Fakir Jaan Mohammad Khan had three sons. Auliya Gullamallah Sahib was the son of Nawab Jaan Mohammad Khan Awal. When Governor Gullamallah Sahib was leaving this mortal world, all his five sons were present besides him. He handed over the Haal Dhaagaa, the Divine Saffron Robe and the Crown that he had received from Hazrat Shah Kalandar Datta Pir, to his eldest son, Fakir Jaan Mohammad Khan Awal (First) giving instructions to keep the said Amanat(HAAL DHAAGA) safely and also told him, “I shall be re-born in his house as your son within two years. You can identify me from the LINE which you can see in my eye now. The same mark will be visible in my eye, and this will confirm that I have come back to you.” This miraculously came true within the predicted period of two years.

Auliya Sahib Gullamallah was born on the fourteenth day in the month of Rab-IL-Akhir Hijri year 1254 i.e. 1840 A.D. He was named Gullamallah. After few days of his birth, the said mark appeared in the same eye of Gullamallah Sahib and it continued to remain in his eye throughout his life. Gullamallah Sahib (Second) was popularly referred to as “Auliya Sahib Gullamallah”.

At the age of 6 or 7, Auliya Gullamallah Sahib sat for formal education with Akhoond (Tutor) Gulam Mohammad of town “HALLA”, Dist. Hyderabad, Sind. Auliya Gullamallah Sahib gained complete knowledge of Arabic and Persian languages, in a short span of three to four years. Though apparently, he learnt only Arabic and Persain, he miraculously also had complete knowledge of Urdu, Shastri and Sanskrit. This is reflected in his “KALAAM” . It was a graceful Nawazish (Blessing) of Allah-Taala (God-Almighty) that no knowledge was hidden from Auliya Sahib. Auliya Sahib Gullamallah obtained Talkeen (Issim-E-Illahi) from his father Fakir Jaan Mohammed (First). He was also blessed by Hazrat Sahib Kareem, Sai Jogi Peer Sahib of Dargah Jhoke Sharif. He was also blessed by Maula Mushkul Kusha. Auliya Sahib was highly blessed by the above mentioned personalities empowered by God Almighty.

Auliya Sahib himself did hard Tapasya. He used to be in prayers without sleeping for days and months at a stretch at village Sutiari under the tree of Khabar. There was another place near the Tree of Khabar where Auliya Sahib used to perform Dhahaa (prayer for ten days and nights continuously) and Chaliya (prayer for forty days and nights continuously). For this, a big pit was dug up which was twelve feet deep and twenty feet wide covered with wood and straws. In that place of Tapasya, no one was allowed except two talibs (disciples) named Budho and Chhuto, who used to bring food and water for Auliya Sahib once in twenty-four hours. Many a times Auliya Sahib did not even eat that. Sometimes Auliya Sahib was not visible to Buddo and Chhuto at the place of sitting in the pit. Only Geru Chaddar of Auliya Sahib was seen spread there. They used to wait since they had a strong belief that Auliya Sahib was present even though they were not able to see him. After one or two hours, they used to see that Auliya Sahib was sitting there and the same Geru Chaddar was tied on his head. Sometimes, in order to keep himself awake in Zikir-Illahi, Auliya Sahib used to hang himself by tying his legs with the branch of a tree, his head and body hanging down. He even to made cuts and wounds on his body and put salt and chilly on the wounds, so that he did not fall asleep at all and that his mind and soul would remain fully concentrated on IBADAT AND ZIKIR-ILLAH.

Auliya Sahib used to distribute and give alms to the poor and needy people. He did not save any money or articles he got from his Fukrah and murids for his family. He did not even spend on repairs of the roof of his house. During his time, Auliya Sahib used to celebrate a Mela in the Muslim Month of of RABIL-AWWAL on 14th night (the evening of 13th date which continues till 14th morning). In effect the mela was celebrated on his Birth date. On this occasion, the flag was lifted by the Fukrah from the house of Chichlomal in old sutiari to the place where now the Dargah of Auliya Sahib is situated. He used to sit at one particular place. Now there is Takth (throne) at that place. To celebrate the mela, Fukrah used to sing raag (Sufi Kallams).

Auliya Sahib used to narrate to the Fukrah the future events by drawing sketches on land indicating places where a Roza (Dargah) will be constructed and where a Masjid will be built. He also indicated place of the rooms for increasing number Fukrah who will be visiting the melas. Whatever Auliya Sahib predicted came true later. Auliya Sahib described the place of Dargah Sutiari as a place of heaven “JANAT-AL-BAKAH”. There is a Neem tree at Auliya Sahib’s residence called Neem of Auliya Sahib. Even today, if any one visits the place with any expectations (Murad) and a clean heart, it is fulfilled.

It is also believed that if anyone in difficulty calls Auliya Sahib for help by standing and putting his left foot on the right foot facing south, he is miraculously relieved from that difficulty. Thus Auliya Sahib’s fame spread far and wide as many Murids experienced karamats which were unbelievable.

Auliya Gullamallah performed the Tuhir ceremony of his thirteen year old son Jaan Mohammad (Second). He informed the Fukrah, who had come to attend the ceremony that he will leave this world after four months. The news spread like fire. After the ceremony, many people from fukrah, who came to know about it, started visiting Auliya Sahib from far away places.

Auliya Sahib left this mortal world before dawn of Shawal month 1303 Hijri i.e. 1887 A.D. His son Jaan Mohammad (Second), the son of his sister and fukrah carried the body of Auliya Sahib in Sandook on the camels back to Sutiari Sharif. He was laid to rest in the Roza at the Sutiari Sharif. The Dargah of Auliya Sahib at Sutiari, was thus established.

Haque Maujud. Sada Maujud.