Sultan Nasir is a poet, author, and civil servant. In 2020, he published a collection of poems titled ‘Kahin Nahin.’ Additionally, he has authored three biographies: ‘Shaheed-e-Ishq’ in 2013, ‘Seerat-e-Noor’ in 2016, and ‘Khaza’in-e-Faqr’ in 2021, which received the Abasin Literary Award for research/translation. These biographies primarily delve into topics such as Sufi thought, history, culture, religion, and post-colonialism. His essays on literary criticism have been published in several journals. In 2017, he compiled ‘Kulliyat-e-Syed Mubarik Shah.’ Furthermore, he has written a dissertation on Joseph Conrad’s novel ‘Heart of Darkness.’ However, he considers his Urdu poems to be the most genuine reflection of his essence. Sultan Nasir, a direct descendant of the Sufi poet Sultan Bahoo, holds a profound interest in the poetic traditions of Persian, Punjabi, Saraiki, Urdu, and English. He is also an alumnus of the Humphrey program at Syracuse University, New York, USA.