Kasur (Urdu: قصُور ; also romanized as Qasūr; from Arabic Qasr meaning "palace") is a city to south of Lahore, in the Pakistani province of Punjab. The city serves as the headquarters of Kasur District. Kasur is the 24th largest city of Pakistan by population. It is also known for being the burial place of the 17th-century Sufi-poet Bulleh Shah. It is farther west of the border with neighbouring India, and bordered to Lahore, Sheikhupura, and the Okara District of Punjab Province. Kasur was founded by Pashtun migrants from Afghanistan in 1525.