Sachal's immediate disciples were the saints Bedil and Bekas, a father and some team from Rohri, known as the twin mystics for their linke-mindedness in sufi thought. The two sufis are buried at the same place and have a huge following among both Muslims and Hindus. On the eve of their Urs, pilgrims traditionally come to their shrine accompanied by a beloved, often a man who is well versed in this particular Sufi tradition. Their followers believe that, "All human beings are in the shadow of God." They fall in love with a beautiful face and many feel that they cannot approach God until they first have an object of love in this world who can lead them to the object of their devotion in the next.
From "The Call of the Sufi" by Hassan Mujtaba Newsline August 1996.