The other statement of the compiler of Hayat‐e‐Waris cannot escape criticism. Relying on his
visual sight and enquiry writes that our Saint a learned leader adapted frenzied attitude, that is
he became a majzoob, but in fact the highest rank of mysticism was conferred on him by our
Holy Prophet’s court.
One day our Saint reproved his servant who kept much quiet. Then he turned towards Haji
Aughat Shah Sahib and asked why the servant was silent to which Haji Sahib with folded hands
said, “Perhaps he might have heard from womenfolk that you are a majzoob.” Hearing this, our Saint said in a disapproving tone, “females are deficient in understanding. I am not a majzoob.
Majzoob are those people who are deprived of sense and are of subdued condition. Even if they
are learned and accomplished they cannot make others perfect.” The whole world knows that
our Saint was not a majzoob.