Darvesh Dar is the Darbar of Fakir Gullamallah in India. Before Partition, many Hindus were the followers of fakir Gullamallah Sahib. After the Partition of the country, most of the Hindus migrated and settled in India. Unfortunately, they could not contact their Murshid and Dargah situated in village Sutiari near Tando Adam in Pakistan. The followers of Fakir Gullam Sahib are known as Gullamallahis. In Sindh (Pakistan), grand melas of Auliya Gullamallah Sahib and his subsequent Gaadi Nashins are held with great faith and devotion. This holy place for Gullamallahis is a place of Ziyarat (pilgrimage). Mureeds offer their prayers and outpour their innate desires for spiritual advancements. Mureeds and followers offer their manats (sukhas) and believe their wishes are fulfilled.
The Hindu followers of Fakir Gullamallah sahib could not resist their separation from Murshid and Dargah. With great love and devotion, they constructed the Astana of Murshid at
1. Darveshdar at Malad, Mumbai.
2. Darveshdar at Agra.
3. Darveshdar at Gandhidham.
This Astana is popularly known as Darvesh Dar. Gullamallahi followers and Mureeds regularly gather at Darvesh Dar for prayers and recite Bhajans and Kalaam memoirs of Murshid on Thursdays, weekends and holidays. Additionally, the 14th day (13th night) of every month of Sindhi Calendar is observed as Chaudas and celebrated as the holy day of Fakir Gullamallah.