Hence, one night, the location of his blessed grave was informed to a Sayyed of a nearby village in his dream that 'O Gul Shah! My name is Faqeer Bahu and Allah Almighty has enriched and appointed me to give the Seekers of Haq the Inwardly Taleem and Talqeen from my grave and start the chain of right guidance for them. River has come nearer and very near is this that this Fort as well as the graves inside it will be all swept away in water. Get up! And take me to a new grave at some safe place'. It is said that Sayyed Gul Shah followed the Inwardly directive and went to that Fort along with some friends and dug that grave which was identified by his highness in his dream. They were surprised to see that his blessed body was not found laid there. They went back with sad hearts. Again he saw his highness in a dream that night and he said that 'Gul Shah! You will not find our body in the grave. Instead, you should prepare a wooden coffin and left is alongside that grave at night. When you will come the next day, you will find it heavy and loaded with our body. You will not open the coffin and should burry it at a safer place as advised.' Shah Sahib did accordingly and when he reached there, he found that coffin heavy. He loaded it on a she-camel and travelled towards South with intention to bury it in the graveyard of Hazrat Pir Abdul Rahmaan Qureshi which was situated about three to four miles away of that Fort.
By chance, on the way there was such a place, which was famous as a place haunted by Jinnaat and Monsters, and whenever a human being or animal happened to stay there, he was frightened or fell unconscious if he stayed there for quite some time. Due to this reason, the shepherds and goat raisers of that locality had fenced that area with a hedge lest some outsider should fall victim of this damage. In short, when the she-camel reached that place, it sat automatically there. Sayyed Sahib and his companions tried every measure to stand her again and to move but in vain. At last they discussed with each other and the consensus was this that that place was safer than the previous and the she-camel was also not going to leave that place for the next. Thus, it was found better to bury the coffin there. Thus, when they had decided this, the she-camel stood up automatically and crossed the fence and sat again near a pure and clean place. Sayyed Sahib and his companions pleased considering this gesture an Invisible Support and the miracle of the Ability and happily buried the wooden chest at that place.
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