A pious human of the time, Abdul Wahab, tagged by the name of Sachal Sarmast, (intoxicated man of god and truth) by his followers, was born in 1739 in a village called Daraza in Khairpur.
The divine message of love was all, splashed from his poetry, the principles of mysticism was present in his words, according to him.
He was a strong follower and believed in the aroma of “Sama” (music) and he was accompanied with meditation most of the time. He mastered and delivered his words in seven languages in Sindhi, Seraiki and persian, thus plastered with the titles like Haft-i-Zuban Shair (the poet of seven languages) and Sartaj-us-Shuara, by his listeners. However, his work in sindhi and seraiki played the vital role to place his name on the top.
He was like a lamp who kept on spread light for 90 years but you know there is end to every candle, so this lamp passed away on Ramazan 1829 AD and his belongings were buried alongside the graves of his father, grandfather, uncle and cousins. Each years thousands of followers gather on the Urs of this human.