Wednesday, February 1, 2023

August In 1930 Sindh Hind

 August In 1930, when the British government sentenced Surahiya Badshah to eight years in Ratnanagari Jail in India in various cases, Haran suffered a lot.  Among the monks of the Haraj Jamaat, they went on hunger strike in Sanjori police station, and some of them also went on hunger strike in Lohar.  Because Peer's presence is nowhere to be seen in the jails of Sindh.

  Meanwhile, some monks came to know that Pir Sahib was imprisoned in a remote place in India.  He held the hands of the beggars and said that no matter what happens, we will go for the pilgrimage of Pir Sain and will not return after half the journey, otherwise death will be our destiny.
  Each of these fakirs, Ameer Bakhsh Wasan (then 35 years old), Muhammad Hasan Wasan (then 23 years old) and Qadeen Faqir Kiru (then 30 years old) came from Allah.
  The village of these beggars was situated to the east of Kundiro Wasan Sanjhori, yet they did not go to their village lest they should leave the judgment to the mystery of their relatives.  He brought the beggars and told them the truth, he gave money and some money for water, the poor men were walking in the river, the next night they stayed in a nearby village and moved on, they paid a huge amount for him.  .  The bird, the monk, took the wheel from Kantio Chhachru through the desert and reached the sand on the shores of the Bardach Sea.  There, one of the various fakirs, Rashid Faqir, stayed with the king and apprised the fakirs of the situation.
  The view of Ratnagri is similar to the extension of Khalif Ahmed Faqir Laghari Ladar. The sun will set on the points of a few stars.
  The beggars said, Allow us to give one last chance. Then the fakir won our fortune. As the morning dawned, the fakir sat down and ate butter and bread, mentioning Allah and carrying the coin of Murshid Karim.  Now water started flowing from his lips and his nose was also dry, the night had fallen and the cord of thirst was dry, the faqir was older than me, so he suggested that even if the faqir dies, join hands.  Should be done.  So that the promise given by Murshid Karim is not broken, die together.  These beggars had no worries and hoped that the Murshid would surely become the support of the poor, the ray of hope was still present in me to remember the Murshid with Allah Ta'ala.  Now the milk is like a tail in a lid.
  Then we saw a person wearing a green mask walking towards us. According to Muhammad Hasan, he was a young man who got up and sat down holding a goat, a metal bucket and a glass in his hand and he drank water.  The beggars drank the water and the man suddenly disappeared from the scene, according to the beggars the water was as sweet as Egyptian, the beggars got courage and they crossed the river till morning.
  After that, the monks from different parts of India boarded the boat from Bohri Bandar and during the flight the monks presented many interesting stories.
  After two nights and two days the ship reached the port of Ratnagiri, from where the monks disembarked and reached the city's Jama Masjid, where Caliph Ahmad Faqir Laghari met them and the monks narrated the whole long journey from Sanjahori to Ratnagiri.
Ahmed Faqir Leghari wrote all the facts in the form of a letter and sent it to Pir Sain.
  He also wrote that I have written to meet three people this week who will come from Sindh to meet him, but you wait, so Ahmed Faqir kept them to himself.  15 days later it was the meeting day, Ahmed Faqir stopped these beggars at the main gate of Ratnanagari Jail, which was also the same as Hyderabad Central Jail.
  These monks consulted among themselves that if there was an opportunity, they would kill Murshid Karim, but according to the monks, Pir Saeed was dressed in the clothes of a jail prisoner inside the prison cell.  Look, I was shocked to see him, the beggars had no choice but to look at him. The atmosphere became mournful.
  Sonharan himself took information about Jamaat Saguri and their innocent children.
  Shahnawaz Khan Bhutto, who came from Sindh, discussed cases and other matters with Muhammad Faqir Mehr and Mohabbate Faqir Bahan
  The jail administration stood quietly behind the jail walls with the jailer.
  At the end of the day, Saint Paghari addressed the monks, saying, "Convey my greetings and message to the congregation, keep going to Dargah Sharif and engage in it."
  Thus these poor people returned to their native village Kondero near Sanjhuru after traveling on foot for four months.
  It should be noted that Muhammad Hasan Faqir later joined the Ghazi movement, Ameer Faqir was his close relative and Qadeen Faqir was a resident of Ganga village near Shahdadpur.  Muhammad Hassan died in 1993 and Amir Faqir in 1994.

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