The mausoleum of Hadrat Bagmar Sahib has located in 3-kilo meters away from Mahaboobnagr city and his connection of devotion and pledge is linked with Hadrat Syed Shah Abdul Rahman Hussaini of Koil Kunda who was the grandson of Syed Shah Chanda Hussaini of Gogi Sharif. And Hadrat Syed Shah Asad Allah Hussaini Sher Sawar is one among caliphs and disciples of Hadrat Syed Shah Abdul Rahman Hussaini, and among general persons, he is well known and famous as Hadrat Bagmar Sahib. His ancestors and elders belonged to the country Syria. So, for this reason, he was born there. For the preaching and propagation of Islamic mission in India he was migrated to Delhi and from there and he was arrived in Hyderabad city and from there he was arrived in Koilkinda and after living for some period of time there he was arrived in Palmur (Mahboobnagar ). And at that time in Deccan Kingdom of Hyderabad Nizam Mulk Asif Jah first was ruling there, and regarding village Palmur there is coming old tradition that it was included in Bugya Smano Lokai Palli and which is 4-kilo meters away from Narayanpet (former taluq Makhtal).
Hadrat Bagmar used to go 4-kilo meters away from Palamur in the mountain of Chakki and in the adjacent mountains and he was used to spending his time there in the engagement of meditation . He was done such hard endeavors in meditation and worship that so, for this reason, all grazing animals, beasts and birds of the jungle were become friendly to him and so he himself used to ride in the jungle area on the tiger. In the above mountain, he was used to living along with his disciples and servants in the jungle area. This area was surrounded by thick forest in the jungle. It is possible that he was killed any tiger in the jungle so for this reason he was become well known and famous as Bagmar Sahib.
Hadrat Sher Sawar has left this mortal world on in the year 1780 and he was buried in the mountain area in the jungle where he was used to residing generally there during his life time period.
His disciples and devotees have organized Urs ( annual death anniversary). As there is not available correct date of his death so there is coming tradition that in every year in the month of Shaban on the first Tuesday after Shabe Barat (15th night of Shaban) his annual Urs (death anniversary) is being celebrated.
The Urs (death anniversary).
People from various walks of life, irrespective of caste and creed, assemble to celebrate the Urs (death anniversary) which takes place on the above date of Muslim calendar at the famous Shrine (Dargah) in Mahbubnagar every year. Several hundred thousand devotees from near and far, irrespective of religion and beliefs, gather there to seek blessings. His grave is in Mahboonagar which is famous even today for the fulfillment of desire and wishes of the persons who visit his grave .During the rule of Nizam of Hyderabad Kingdom the procession of sandal used to start from the Tahsil office Mahboobnagr in which there will be available of Arabian national guards of the Nizams Forces who used to make gun fire in the air. During Urs period there will be organisation of big bazaar on the road opposite of shrine building and at the adjacent open space in the olden days.
To write about this great Sufi saint and great preacher is not only it is difficult and but it is very hard task as he was not only a great pious personality of his time in the area of the Deccan (South India) but he was also a great Sufi master so, in brief, he was pious personality of his time in the Deccan region. As for a long time he was engaged in religious discourses, sermons, and spiritual training of the people and he did also many great endeavors for the preaching and propagation work of Islam in Deccan (South India) and around this region and there was no such personality during his time.
As per research and history record it can be said that he was among pioneers of Sufi masters who was migrated from foreign countries into the Deccan area and who started teaching and preaching of the Islamic mission in old Deccan area and due to his hard endeavors and efforts large numbers of people accepted the religion of Islamic in the olden days in the Deccan area.