Najamuddin Shah Mubarak Abroo (1683-1733) was an Indian poet. He was born in Gwalior, the grandson of Muhammad Ghaus Gwaliori, and hailed from a family of mystics. Born during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb he died during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah during whose time Urdu had become a common language and installed as the court language.
Ābroo made extensive use of īhām (pun) in his poetry and was influenced by Sanskrit language through Brajbhasha and Indianised Persian poetry. He was a disciple of Siraj-ud-Din Ali Khan Arzu of Agra.