|Abdur Rahman Baba|
|Native name||Ø¹Ø¨Ø¯Ø§Ù„Ø±ØÙ…Ø§Ù† Ø¨Ø§Ø¨Ø§|
|Born||1653 CE (1064 AH)
Bahadur Kelay, Hazarkhwani, Peshawar, Mughal Empire (in present-day Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan)
|Died||1711 CE (1123 AH) (aged 57â€“58)
|Known for||Pashto poetry, Sufism|
|Parent(s)||Abdus Sattar Ghoryakhel|
This world is very good as if we do good deeds then we will get its fruits. World is bitter for those who are live their life with corruption or sins.
There is no doubt in the sanctity of Mecca, but a donkey won't become a Hajj pilgrim by just going through the motions.
Always grow flowers, as that will make your way full of flowers. Never grow thorns, as that will make your way thorny. Never want to target someone on an arrow. You may become the target of that arrow. Never make a well in the way of someone. As you may pass by that way sometime.