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Sufism In Sindh :: brahma-disciple

All the people of Sindh knew Narainser city. It was close to Maran of Kuch. Any who travel from any city of Sindh or Punjab towards Narainser had to cross thru Miranpur (Johke Sharif). Even before English rule this was the traditional route. Once in a group of travelers was a Brahma who was going for pilgrimage to Narainser. When traveling thru the woods of Kuch, group decided to camp the night. When Brahma woke up saw the group was gone. he was very disturbed and was very thirsty also. Finding no water in vicinity the Brahma urinated in a container added a sugar candy and decided to drink that to quench his thirst. Suddenly a Fakir wearing a ‘Taaj’ appeared. The brahma got so scared that he dropped his container, and the Fakir disappeared. The brahma lost his thirst and made his way out of the woods, and met the group.

When reached Miranpur, he wanted to pilgrimage Sahib Karim Sufi Fazalullah Shah, Shah Qalandar Data Pir. When arrived at dargah he joined in with some other Hindu disciples and asked for some water. The disciples gave him water from urns, he said “I am a brama, I will not drink water from these urns, please show me the well". They showed him the well where he quenched his thirst and proceeded to visit Sahib Karim. Greeted Sahib Karim by touching their feet, Sahib Karim said, “is the water from urns of generous fakir less purified than the urine?” Brahma looked up and saw it was the face of same Fakir he saw in the woods. He never went any further , became a dedicated disciple, and lived at dargah until he died.