Sarwat Mohiuddin, a poet, translator, painter, and prose writer in Punjabi, English, and Urdu languages, was born in Lahore, Pakistan. She holds a master’s degree in Punjabi literature from the University of the Punjab. Author of nine books, including poetry, travelogues, translations, and children’s stories, Sarwat has to her credit numerous papers on the life and works of great Sufi poets of Punjab, the portrayal of women in classical literature, the legends of Punjab, the relevance of folk songs in society, contemporary Punjabi poetry, Punjabi culture, and folk traditions. She is a visiting lecturer at various national and international institutes and universities. Sarwat has also represented Pakistan at numerous conferences and seminars both nationally and internationally and has been honoured with several awards and distinctions. She is a member of the Pakistan Punjabi Literary Board, Vice President of the Pak-Hungarian Friendship Association, Book Ambassador of the National Book Foundation, and a former Executive Chairperson of the Literary group of ASG (Asian Study Group of Islamabad).