Baksh may refer to:

In people:

  • Ali Baksh, a Hindustani classical musician and teacher
  • Charles Baksh, cricketer
  • Dave Baksh, Canadian guitarist and singer
  • Murad Baksh, youngest son of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan and empress Mumtaz Mahal
  • Wahid Baksh Bhutto, landowner of Sindh
  • Imam Baksh Pahalwan, wrestler and a practitioner of the Indian wrestling style of Pehlwani
  • Captain Wahid Baksh Sial Rabbani, a saint in the Chishti (Sabri branch) order of Sufis

In other uses:

  • Khuda Baksh Oriental Library, located in Patna, Bihar, India

Other articles related to "baksh":

Bhutto - Politics
... Illahi Baksh's eldest son, Sardar Wahid Baksh Bhutto was head of the Bhutto tribe and was made Sardar by people of the Bhutto tribe nationwide ... Sardar Wahid Baksh Bhutto, on the other hand, was the first member of the family to be democratically elected to government, when in 1927 he was elected to the Central Legislative Assembly of India ...
Charles Baksh
... Showkat Baksh, known as Charles Baksh (born 15 March 1940 in Trinidad and Tobago) was a cricketer, a right-handed batsman who played for the Canadian cricket team ...
Wahid Baksh Bhutto
... Wahid Baksh Bhutto (Wahid Bux Bhutto) (born 1898, died 25 December 1931) was a landowner of Sindh, and an elected representative to the Central Legislative Assembly of India ... Syed and Pir Ali Muhammad Rashidi have both mentioned in their biographical accounts on Wahid Baksh that judging by the progress he made during the short time he was alive, had Wahid Baksh not expired at such an ...
... Mir Mehrab Khan Mir Mahrullah Khan Mir Abdul Raheman sardarzai (late) Mir Murad baksh karachi (late) Mir Mola baksh sardarzai kalar shak sindh Mir Khuda baksh Gadap Mir Saeed (dukh iran) Mir Abdul Qadir mola ...