History Of Baba Murad Shah Ji – Part 2

History Of Baba Murad Shah Ji – Part 2

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Baba Murad Shah Ji then started to live at that very place where Shere Shah Ji used to live. At that time, the area was an only forest with a water pond nearby, where today stands a beautiful Darbar (Place with the holy shrine of Baba Ji).

Baba Ji Always Used to Read Heer

Baba Murad Shah Ji always used to read the holy book Heer and keeps on remembering his Master. Baba Ji also had a monkey and a toombi (a stringed musical instrument) with him. One day, Baba Ji was sitting when he saw an older woman carrying a Roti box and going somewhere.

Baba Ji called out to her and asked: Mother, where are you going? The woman answered, My sons are to be hanged. I am taking the roti for them.” Baba Ji said: “They have acquitted !” The woman felt he was only joking.

Ongoing further, a policeman standing there said to her, “Your sons have acquitted. They have already left. The woman was speechless, and she rushed back to Baba Ji. She, after that, often fetched tea for him and washed his clothes and placed them neatly.

This pilgrimage site baba murad shah ji is a Sufi paradise which is very peaceful.

History Of Baba Murad Shah Ji – Part 2

Baba Ji looked upon her as his mother. One day Baba Ji said to the woman: “Mother shall we send your sons to England?” She answered, saying, “We are very poor – how can we send them there?” Baba Ji said, “I have called you my ‘mother’; ask your sons to go to Delhi and meet a specific person. They will undoubtedly go abroad. And this is what happened – after some time, both the boys reached England.

Baba Ji Used To Organise Mela (fair)

Every year Baba Murad Shah Ji organized a mela (fair) in which qawwali (religious Sufi songs) were sung. Very few attended the fair.

Each year during this time, qawwals from Malerkotla came here and sang at the fair. According to those times, whatever money Baba Ji has with him, he offered it to them, and also told them that “after me, Laadi Shah Ji will come here to clear your account with your sons and grandsons, and return it to you manifold.” Even today, the same Qawwals, generation after generation, coming to this place to sing their qawwali’s at the opening of the fair.

Time Kept Passing – Baba Murad Shah Ji

Time kept passing in this manner. Baba Murad Shah Ji always walked barefooted. Baba Shere Shah Ji once said to him: “Murad, the day a thorn pierces your foot, know that I have left the world.” It so happened that one day, while walking, a thorn pierced Baba Murad Shah Ji’s foot.

History Of Baba Murad Shah Ji – Part 2
History Of Baba Murad Shah Ji – Part 2

Baba Ji Was Not Able to Bear The Separation Of His Master

He remembered the words of his Master, and he knew that his beloved Guru had departed from the world. He was not able to bear the separation of his Master and so, he too, at the early age of 28, left his body in 1960. Baba Murad Shah Ji began his ascetic life at the tender age of 24 and left the body four years later.

Murad Shah Ji had always desired one thing. That was, his shrine should be constructed at the very place where Shere Shah Ji lived his ascetic life and where he had also lived. But, at that time that land was ‘government land’. People, fearing that if they made Baba Ji’s shrine there, the government authorities might remove it, hence, to avoid disrespect to the place of such a prominent saint, they made Baba Ji’s shrine in the cremation ground itself.

Baba Ji Appeared In Dream Of a Woman

Baba Ji appeared in a dream to the woman he called ‘mother.’ They asked: Why was my shrine not made at the place I had indicated? Mother said: “Government officials were raising objections.” Baba Ji said, “All my clothes and personal items that are lying at your house, take them out and put them in an earthen pot and place it there (the place Baba Ji had indicated) and make that my place, too. I shall see who dares to remove it!”. That came to pass – and the place which Baba Ji had himself chosen was also made into ‘his place.’

Laddi Sai Ji Was Only 14 Years Old When Baba Ji Left His Body

Today, we know this place as Dera Baba Murad Shah. There was only a single photograph of Baba Ji and that too; he had once torn to bits; however, his brother had picked the torn pieces of the picture and stuck them back together and kept it reverentially.

Gurdas Maan is an ardent follower of Sai Laddi Shah Ji and also a frequent visitor. Sai Ji loved Gurdas Maan very much.

History Of Baba Murad Shah Ji – Part 2

Laadi Sai Ji was Baba Murad Shah Ji’s nephew, whom Baba Murad Shah himself had chosen. Laadi Sai Ji was born on 26 September 1946 and was only 14 years old when Baba Murad Shah Ji left his body.

A Fakir Had Long Back Predicted

As the fakir had long back predicted, that ‘in this family, two persons shall be born, who will take the name of God’ – so, the first one was Baba Murad Shah Ji; and the second, Laadi Sai Ji. At one time, Sai Ji went to live with his paternal aunt in Rajasthan.

It so happened, that while playing with his cousins, his voice changed abruptly. At first, the children took it to be a joke. When he called out to his aunt, they saw that it was the voice of Baba Murad Shah Ji, saying: Sister, my shrine is lying desolate. Return Laddi on the first train tomorrow. Laddi Sai Ji returned to Nakodar and went on towards the shrine.

Murad Shah Ji used to organize an annual fair (Nakodar Mela) in which he invited Sufi singers from Maler Kotla (Punjab) and give all his money to them. The ritual continued by Sai Laddi Shah Ji after Baba Ji and then Gurdas Maan Ji to date.

History Of Baba Murad Shah Ji – Part 2

His whole body was burning hot. It appeared as though the fire was emanating from the body. He heard saying: I want to become a fakir. On being brought home he developed a fever. Sai Ji’s father (Baba Murad Shah Ji’s elder brother) went near Baba Ji’s photograph and pleaded: “If you wish to take this boy, take him; but make him well again.”

A voice emerged from the picture saying: “Lala, did I not tell you, I will watch you raising your hand on the day when your son, in front of your eyes, will become a fakir? Now, will you not hit him?” His brother apologized, saying, “It was my mistake; please forgive me. This boy is now yours. Soon Sai Ji felt better and went to sleep.

Where is dera baba murad shah ji?

Dera Baba Murad Shah Ji is a Sufiyana Darbar located in Nakodar, Jalandhar Punjab, India. The Darbar is a symbol of love and peace where people from all different castes and religions come and pay their respects at this Darbar. 

What is the brief history of baba murad shah ji?

Baba Murad Shah Ji became a disciple of Baba Shere Shah Ji. He opted for Fakeeri at the age of 24 years and returned to God at the age of 28 years.

When gurdas maan became disciple of sai ji?

Gurdas Maan became a disciple of Sai Ji and Sai Ji loved Gurdas Maan very dearly. In 2006, Sai Ji took his turban off during a qawwali mehfil and placed it on Gurdas Maan’s head.

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