Shaikh Jamali Kamboh (Shaikh Jamal-uddin Kamboh Dehlwi, also known as Shaikh Hamid bin Fazlullah, Dervish Jamali Kamboh Dehlwi, Shaikh Jamal-uddin Kamboh Dehlwi or Jalal Khan etc. ) was a 16th-century poet and Sufi of the Suhrawardiyya sect, pupil of Poet Jami and of Shaikh Sama'al-Din Kamboh
Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb are situated in Mehrauli Archeological Park, close to the Qutb Minar.
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Jamali came from a Sunni family of Kamboh lineage but was initiated into Sufism by the respected teacher Hazrat Shaikh Sama'al-Din Kamboh. He was the tutor of Sultan Sikandar Lodhi and had married the daughter of Hazrat Shaikh Sama'al-Din Kamboh. He lived at Mehrauli during the reign of Sultan Sikandar Lodhi (reign 1489 AD-1517 AD) and later composed panegyrics to the first of the Mughal emperor, Babur (b. 1483, d. 1530 AD) and his successor Humayun.
Jamali Kamboh was a poet at the court of Sultan Sikandar Lodhi. The Sultan who himself was a poet (he wrote poetry under the pen-name Gulrukh) 
patronized learning and literary acquisitions and used to show his poetry to Shaikh Jamali Kamboh for corrections and improvement.
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