A faqir named Pir Adil died some 100 years ago and was buried inside the town of Isa Khel, where a Khangah (shrine) has been built. It is visited every Thursday by people from all parts of the Tehsil, especially during the month of Chet. This faqir is said to have been Majzub (insane) and to have gone about stark naked. There are many stories prevalent about his supernatural powers, for instance, that he often crossed the Indus, without the help of an inflated skin. He kept a herd of cattle, the remnants of which still roam about in the jungle and pay occasional visits to the venturing to do so found that the gave blood instead of milk. The herd is known as Pir Adil’s Herd.
ADIL SHAH ZAMAN BUKHARI
HOLY QURAN USED BY ADIL BUKHARI