....History of Nanakpuri Tanda Continued....
The Pathan caught the child again and sold him to a sheep
But, whenever the child touched a sheep with his stick, it
would die, only to revive the next time it was touched.
The Pathan took the child away and for the third time,
sold him to another Pathan who set him to the task of grinding wheat with a hand grinder (chakki).
But to his surprise, even after grinding a large quantity of wheat, the amount of flour (atta) that
came out was very little. The wives of the Pathan were very upset at this and were angry at the Pathan.
The child-selling Pathan sold the child yet again for the fourth time to a Khwaja.
The Khwaja set him the task of bringing up water from his well and instructed him not to give water
to anybody without his permission. However, all the water in the well and nearby rivers
and rivulets dried up.
At this, the Pathans gathered in the mosque and offered prayers to Allah.
Guru Ji then told them that Allah would answer their prayers only if they stopped the practice of
On their promising to do so, the water that had dried up began to flow again.
The Pathans of Rohelkhand became Guruji's disciples.