Every year, grand melas of Auliya Gullamallah Sahib and his subsequent Gaadi Nashins are held with great faith and devotion at Dargah Sutiari Sharif which is a place of Ziyarat and are also celebrated at Darvesh Dar in India.
The Melas celebrated are:
The melas which are celebrated are the days on which these spiritual Gurus left the mortal world; except for the mela of Fakir Gullamallah Sahib (Auliya Sahib) which is celebrated on his birth date. The same day was celebrated during his lifetime which is on 14th of the Muslim month of Rabil-akhar. (i.e. 13th evening which continues till 14th morning). On this mela, the Gaadi nashin sits on the Gaadi (throne).
On Melas, the entire fukrah / mureed gather at the Dargah to offer their prayers and recite kalams and bhajans of Murshid Sai in the evening. They even sit for kacheri, followed by langad.
Also, 14th day (13th night) of every month of the Sindhi calendar is celebrated as the holy day of Fakir Gullamallah Sahib (Auliya Sahib). Even on this day, the entire fukrah / mureed gather at the Dargah to offer their prayers and recite kalams and bhajans of Murshid Sai in the evening. They even sit for kacheri, followed by langad
At Dargah Sutiari Sharif, there are dhegs which are carried on for poor people and the fukrah present which are not on any fixed dates.
Additionally, at Darvesh Dar - India, there are dhegs every month. Lunch is served to the poor as well as for the fukrah who are present. These dhegs are as per Sindhi calendar dates and are the dates on which the respective Gaadi nashins left the mortal world; except for Fakir Gullamallah Sahib (Auliya Sahib) which is the birth date and is also celebrated as 14th.
The Sindhi dates are as follows:
01st Fakir Paryal Sai (Fakir Sai) Gullamallah Sahib and Nawab Haji Noor Ahmed Sai Badshah
14th Fakir Gullamallah Sahib (Auliya Sahib)
18th Fakir Vadal Sai Gullamallah Sahib
21st Fakir Jaanali Sai Badshah
These dhegs are also on all Sundays and similarly the following Sindhi dates:
11th Data Pir Dastgir
17th Shah Shaheed Inayatallah Sahib (Jhok Sharif)
At Darvesh Dar in India, there are Jaagrans (remembering God the whole night) on every Thursday night where the fukrah/ mureeds gather and recite kalams and bhajans all night long. They also sit for Kachehri at times.