From there our Saint trekked to Jaipur where a warm reception was accorded by all
communities. The Rajah also joined his fold and became his devoted disciple. Next day his Rani
also followed in the footsteps of her husband and due to her repeated request our Saint
accepted her invitation. During his stay at Jaipur hundreds of Hinduds and Muslims became his
disciples. He asked them to cultivate the love of God and render human service.
Risaldar Jaleel Khan Sahib on behalf of Hindus and Muslims requested our Saint to show a
correct way by which the heart should become fit to cultivate Divine love. Instantly our Saint replied, “Sympathy with humanity and noble treatment to everyone with out distinction of
wealth and poverty as they are God’s obedient servants and are creatures of his artistry
worthy to be remembered. By this way you will achieve Divine Love. This is the fundamental
basis of Sufism cult.” Hearing this, the zeal of the audience bubbled with fervour and in honour
of his visit they came forward to build a travellers rest house, open to people of all castes and
Hearing their laudable generosity our Saint felt happy and said they will be honoured and
included among the friends of God. A Hindu noble gentleman amongst the audience came
forward and promised to send a poor Muslim to perform Hajj every year bearing the entire
expenditure of Hajj and feeding his family during his absence. Our Saint smilingly said, “Oh!
You want to perform Hajj, sitting in your house.
Another person promised to endow the rest of his house as an income for the poor and down‐
trodden. The people of Jaipur were benefitted by the august and venerable presence of our
After a week’s stay he made up his mind to continue his journey from Kishangadh to Ajmer.
Chaudhery Khuda Bakhsh Warisi resident of Agra and a building contractor stated how he and
his father became the disciples of our Saint. The father expressed his desire to accompany our
Saint to our Saint. The father expressed his desire to accompany our Saint to perform Hajj but
was advised to go separately and God willing they might meet again at Agra. Then Sarkar
Waris took his way to Fatehpur Sikri. After the Saint’s departure there was a sudden and
complete change in his father’s behaviour due to separation from his spiritual guide. He
washed his hands off from all his business. Actually he was seen behaving like a man of
unbalanced min weeping and sitting aloof in some corner from din and stir of the world.