13). Syed Inayat Ali Shah’s Second Marriage and Migration of elders from Tibba Fazil Shah:

After construction of the mansion, Syed Ameer Shah and his son went to “Tibba(mound/hill) Fazil Shah” in Tehseel Darya Khan to meet and catch up with Fatah Darya Shah after a long time. They updated him on everything that had happened during the long absence between Syed Ameer Shah and Fatah Darya Shah. After a few days, on Syed Ameer Shah’s insistence Syed Inayat Shah re-married amongst the relatives of “Tibba(mound/hill) Fazal Shah”. From this second marriage, Syed Inayat Ali Shah had two sons from this marriage; Syed Gul Zaman Shah and Ameer Hussain Shah. Later on Ameer Hussain Shah had two daughters and no sons. Syed Gul Zaman Shah had  three sons and it is the offspring of these three sons that currently resides in Dera. After the marriage, Syed Inayat Ali Shah returned and settled in the newly constructed mansion in Dera along with his father and family.

In addition to spreading Islam, Syed Ameer shah and Syed Inayat Ali Shah also had expertise is many other profession and areas especially medicine. This medical expertise resulted in an increased fortune while maintaining their primary goal of spreading the word of GOD. The Syeds’, akin to their ancestors, continued the tradition of maintain the ear of the rulers of their time and being part of the August halls of the government. Following in Syed Inayat Ali Shah’s footsteps, Syed Habib Ali Shah (s/o Syed Fazal Ali Shah, s/o Syed Ghulam Ali Shah, s/o Syed Sher Ali Shah, s/o Syed Noor Shah, s/o Syed Himmatullah Shah Mawali, s/o Syed Talha Zinda Noori) also settled in the “South Kachi Paind Khan” area of Dera. In 1870, some other elders including Syed Muhammad Ali Shah the real brother of Syed Fazal Ali Shah and Syed Wali Haider Shah also left “Tibba Fazil Shah” for Multan to find work. The offspring of these elders came to be known as “Multani branch”.

Fatah Darya Shah and some other Syeds remained on “Tibba Fazil Shah”

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