Fakir Paryal Sai Gullamallah was reincarnation of Vadal Sai Gullamallah and he was born to Haji Noor Ahmed Khan Sahib on 4th November, 1945 as his second son.
Since childhood, Fakir Sai (Paryal Sai) was inclined towards Fakir Khayal (thoughts). He used to take Tasbih and sit under the Khabar tree meditating most of the time. This indicates that he had a gift of Ishq-Illahi since birth. He preferred to meditate and gain spiritual attainment, rather than going to school. His father insisted that he take up formal education. In 1966, he obtained graduate degree from the University of Sindh, but most of the time, he was engaged in Ibabadat-e-Illahi. He did not wish to marry. He often visited the Takht of Auliya Sahib at Dargah Sutiari and with a tasbih in hand prayed there. Haji Sai once happened to see a photograph of Fakir Sai taken in a sitting position on the Takht. Haji Sahib realised that Fakir Sai wished for Gaadi. Haji Sai agreed to hand over the Amanat to him, but strictly on the condition that he need to give a heir as Waris.
To this, Fakir Sai agreed and got married in the year 1966 and four sons were born to him.
Towards the end of 1967, Fakir Sai diverted his attention towards Meerapur i.e. Dargah Jhoke Sharif and became Talib of Hazrat Janab Ghaus Mohamad Sufi alias Sai Irshad Abas, the Sujada Nashieen of Dargah Jhoke Sharif at that time.
In May 1970, Haji Noor Ahmed Sai handed over Amanat to Paryal Sai. On that day he covered him with Haal Dhaaga and offered the Takht. Fakir Sai used to spend his days staying awake all the time in remembrance of God Almighty. At night, he used to sit in his cattle house where many people from surrounding villages used to gather and have the pleasure of Kachahari (Conversations). Though physically he was within the crowd, mentally he used to be deep in thought in “Zikir-E-Illahi”.
The last ten years of Fakir Sai’s life was totally devoted to God. He completely submitted himself to God. Fakir Sai came to be known as ‘Jogi’. He had overpowered his Nafs i.e. enjoyment, lust and luxuries of the worldy life. He patiently listened to the followers’ difficulties and blessed them by saying “Allah Bhali Kando”, which meant that God will help and set everything alright.
Fakir Sai visited India several times and toured many cities of India meeting his Gullamallahi Mureeds. Whenever he came to Bombay, he used to stay at the house of Khubchand Gursahani at Sion and then at Bandra. His followers are from all over India i.e. Bairagarh, Bhopal, Agra, Durg, etc. They used to come and meet Fakir Sai at Gurasahani’s place or at Darvesh Dar - Malad. Fakir Sai has established a place of Ziyarat for Indian followers at Darvesh Dar and it is a proved fact that Sai’s presence is always felt at Darvesh Dar Malad.
In 1988, during his visit to India, Fakir Paryal Sai Gullamallah indicated that Muneer Sai, his eldest son, would take care of the Fukrah (disciples). Though Muneer Sai was too young during the time, he was a Mard-Khudda. He is currently leading and taking care of Gullamallahi Fakrah. Muneer Sai has now taken full responsibilities of Fukrah as stated by Fakir Sai. In January 1990, Fakir Sai left this mortal world during midnight at Hyderabad, Sindh. On the following day, he was carried to Sutiari Sharif Dargah of his ancestors and was peacefully laid to rest on the same platform by the right side of Mazaar of Auliya Sahib Gullamallah. To the left side of Auliya Sahib rests the Mazaar of Vadal Sai Gullam Allah. All of them are under one Tomb in Roza Sharif.