|A.K.A.||Tajdar-e-Darul ehsan,, Muhajirilallah, Mutawakalilallah|
|Birth||27 April 1911, Ludhiana, Ludhiana district, Patiala division, Punjab|
|Death||26 January 1997, Faisalabad, Faisalabad District, Faisalabad Division, Punjab (aged 85 years)|
Abu Anis Muhammad Barkat Ali (ابو انیس محمد برکت علی لودھیانوی) (April 27, 1911 – January 26, 1997) was a Muslim Sufi who belonged to the Qadri spiritual order. He was the founder of the non-political, non-profit, religious organisation, Dar-ul-Ehsan.
He was born into a Muslim family belonging to the Dhariwal Jatt ethnic group. His father, Nigahi Bakhsh, was an employee of the British Army. He gave many interviews to the Pakistani National TV Channel PTV.
"His literary work is notable in the Muslim world and his name is also included in the List of Muslim writers and poets." He wrote more than 400 books on different topics including religion, ethics and philosophy.
- Makshoofat Manazal-e-Ehsan, 5 volumes
- Kitab-ul-Amal Bis-Sunnah 5 volumes
- Asma-un-Nabi-ul-Kareem, 6 volumes
- Maqalat-e-Hikmat 30 volumes
Sufi Barkat Ali ludhianwi (QSA) passed away on January 26, 1997, 16th Ramadan ul mubarik 1417 (AH) at the age of 85. He is buried in Faisalabad.
Honorary postage stamp
On 27 April 2013, Pakistan Post office issued a stamp with a denomination of Rupees 8 under its "Men of Letters" series in honour of Sufi Barkat Ali.