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All these miracles only reinforced in the minds of the people and the rulers that this was no ordinary child. Hindu, Sufi, or Sikh: But Mirkshah was not convinced. A cold shiver ran down Ahirio’s spine and he bowed his head in reverence. The elderly man was then said to have turned into a young man, and then a warrior on horseback before Ahirio’s eyes. Notify me of new posts by email. Udero appeared before Mirkshah and explained to the stubborn ruler:

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One of the most important times of bairana is conducted is on Cheti Chand, the time, in March, marking the birth of Jhulelal.

Jhulelal or Zinda Pir: Of river saints, fish and flows of the Indus

The River God has incarnated himself in her womb. Cambridge University Press, As the officials of the court moved towards Udero, great waves of water leaped forth inundating the courtyard and crowning Mirkshah and his courtiers. Mirkshah on the other hand was being pressurised by the Maulvis to bring Hindu fo into the fold of Islam.

That night he dreamt a dreadful dream. The king fell at Jhulelal’s feet, and Jhulelal dismissed the storm with the movement of his hand.

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During the days of Sapt-Sindhu land of seven riversthe mainstream Sindhu and its tributaries were considered life-givers to the people who lived on its banks and drew sustenance from its waters.

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Udero appeared before Mirkshah and explained to the stubborn ruler: It is widely believed among the Hindus that the Water God incarnated as Jhulelal. Jhulelal continues to be the unifying force and the centre of all cultural activities of the Sindhi community. The Hindu legend of Jhulelal or the River Diety has its historical or semi-historical beginnings in Sind, an erstwhile province of united India and now a state of Pakistan.

Retrieved from ” https: I have been working on a primer on riverine fisheries of South Asia for some years now my office may disagree with the definition of “some”. French Contributions to Sindhi Studies. Sufi mausoleum and Hindu Temple.

Of these the dhol, a kind of drum, is the most important. When the child was placed in the cradle, the cradle started rocking itself and thus he came to be popularly known as Jhulelal. However, there was no exception in the Sumra region. All these miracles only reinforced in the minds of the people and the rulers that this was no ordinary child.

Although there are several tales of Jhulelal known across Sindh and the global Sindhi diaspora, there is a complex synergy between Jhulelal, Lal Shahbaz Qalandar of Shehwan, Shaikh Tahir of Uderolal and Khwaja Khijr, worshipped at different times by different groups. Upon assembling, a firestorm broke out and engulfed Mirkh Shah’s palaces.

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They jhulrlal him to deliver them from the hands of their persecutor. While many of the present day Sindhis either follow the Hindu mainstream deities or the Sikh religion, on the day of Cheti Chand, they remember their patron saint, Jhulelal. Jhuleal cannot be without the Indus and Pakistan cannot function as a viable ecological zone without this magical river.

The vision changed to an old man with a flowing beard. During his birth and thereafter while he was ov up, there are many stories that highlight a number of miracles performed by him. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The complex is home to both a Muslim shrine and Hindu temple.

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Next morning Mirkshah called for Ahirio and gave him orders to counter the threat posed by the child. O my Jhulelal Sain.

He, as Jhulelal, [6] became the saviour of the Sindhi Hindus, who according to this legend, celebrate the new year od Uderolal’s birthday. Udero appeared before Mirkshah and explained to the stubborn ruler: I have been researching Hilsa, that fabulous fish which comes back to its rivers to lay eggs and goes back to the sea, only to repeat its adventure in the coming season.

Traders of Sind from Bukhara to Panama.