This article explores the religious views of renowned poet, scholar,
humanist and Sufi-poet of Sindh, Pakistan Shah Abdul Latif
Bhitai, how he interpreted the religion through his poetry in a very
conservative period of Kalhora Dynasty of Sindh. How he dealt with his
Hindu friends regarding the religion and for what purpose he visited the
sacred places of Hindus. Moreover, to analyse the religious aspects of
the poet as well as his intentions and sacred practices of the Islam
have been discussed in this study.