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The Urs is celebrated every year for four days from 25th to 28th Saffar of Muslim Calendar at the mausoleum called Roza Shatif at Fategarh Sahib, a village some two miles from Sirhind.
Muslim pilgrims from India, Pakistan and Afghanistan attend the death anniversary. Shaikh Ahmed, a descendent of the second, Caliph, Hazrat Umar Faruq was born at Sirhind on June 28, 1563.
He was a disciple of Baqi Billa, a Sufi saint of Delhi. Amongst his several books, Muktubat is most popular. He died at the age of 63 on December 10, 1625. He had a number of followers. It is said that Emperor Jehangir had incarcerated him in the Gwalior Fort for a number of years, but afterwards he became his disciple.
The Urs celebrations include recitation of Koran and holding of five Namaz daily in the presence of male devotees, women are not allowed. Recreational activities are prohibited during the Urs.