Ismail Suleiman Khatri (b. 1937; d. 2014) was an Indian master practitioner of the Bagh printing tradition. Born in the Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh in central India, he was a generational craftsman and received training in Bagh printing from his parents. He is credited with helping revive the tradition through the use of new designs as well as the application of traditional prints on new textiles, such as bedsheets and sarees. In 1984, he received a National Award from the Indian government.