According to Indian Holy Books and Scriptures Whenever atrocities have increased then God has, in one form or another has incarnated and protected his disciples. In India, for benefit of Mankind there are a numerous stories about God’s incarnation. One such story is about incarnation of Lord Jhulelal Come, lets listen to this story Lord Jhulelal’s story dates back to 10th – 11th Century (approx.) when Thatta district of Sindh came under the reign of Muslim Emperor Mirkhshah Mirkhshah was not only a tyrant but also a religious fanatic who used to force Hindu People in his kingdom to embrace Islam Once upon a time.. Mirkhshah issued a Royal Decree to his Hindu Subjects, to embrace Islam and threatened people that voilation of his order would lead to Death Penalty. Frightened with the Royal Decree, many Hindu Families embraced Islam But the remaining Hindus started thinking among themselves, about solution to the problem. Hindus pleaded Mirkhshah for some time for embracing Islam At the request of the Hindus for time Mirkhshah wondered, and began to think what would these people do by asking for time. Thinking this, he gave them a few days time. It is believed that all men, women, children and old people gathered on the banks of the Indus River and prayed to God for 40 days After rigorous penance, a deity sitting on a fish appeared over the river, with peacock feather on his head, and a scripture in his hands and he has a long white beard. The deity disappeared in a moment. All of a sudden, clouds started thundering and a voice was heard from Heaven My dear devotees! To protect Hinduism, after seven days from today, I shall come down as a mortal and take birth in the womb of Rattan Rai’s wife Devaki, of Nasarpur and will relieve you from all sufferings. At the specified time, on the Eighth day i.e. 2nd day of Chaitra Shukla Paksha a beautiful child was born to Rattan Rai’s wife Devaki The child was named Udaychand People lovingly started calling him by the names such as Dariyalal, Uderolal and Amarlal It is said that the cradle on which the child was kept started to swing on its own Hence, the child was also named “Jhulelal” When the child opened his mouth then his parents saw the same deity sitting on Pallo (Hilsa) Fish who had earlier, appeared on the river before that heavenly voice. On hearing about miraculous occurrences related to the child Mirkhshah got worried. He planned to kill the child and with this motive, he sent his trusted minister, Ahirio to Nassarpur. When Ahirio reached Rattan Rai’s house in Nassarpur he tried to poison the child with a poisonous rose. On doing so, the rose flew out of Ahrio’s hand, and suddenly, Ahirio saw in front of his eyes, the same old deity – sitting on Pallo Fish over a river who all of a sudden transformed into a handsome young warrior riding a horse and holding a sword. Ahirio, who had come to kill that child, now bowed in reverence to the deity, and became his follower. Ahirio told Mirkhshah about the incident that happened to him, and explained to him that the child is truly divine, and he should not attempt to kill him. Hearing of Ahirio’s words, Mirkhshah got very scared. At night, he started having such dreams in which the deity, riding a horse and holding a sword, used to chase him The boy, on the other side of story, started growing up. He served the people a lot, without any fear, or favour. Hindus were now relaxed, because they knew that Lord Varuna himself has come to them as their saviour. The courtiers and clerics of Mirkhshah pressed on him for the conversion of Hindus. Eventually, Mirkhshah decided to meet the divine child, now a teenager. When Mirkhshah, along with his clerics, confronted Lord Jhulelal, the Lord started preaching him, that all creation, is governed by one and only one God, whom Muslims call Allah, and Hindus call Ishwar. Hearing this, Mirkhshah’s clerics got enraged. They believed that there is no other God but Allah. Therefore, they proceeded to arrest Lord Jhulelal. As they advanced towards Lord Jhulelal, strong waves surrounded Mirkhshah and his clerics. Then they realized their mistake and prayed Lord Jhulelal to forgive them for their misdeeds. Mirkhshah bowed respectfully before Lord Jhulelal and promised to treat Hindus and Muslims alike. At that very moment, those waves went away. Now, the persecution of Hindus got stopped. Mirkhshah gave up his divisive vision and started treating his subjects equally. After returning to Nassarpur, Lord Jhulelal realized that the purpose for which he had come to Earth, has now been fulfilled. On learning about separation from their God, people were extremely sad. People from all communities, from far and wide came to witness this unusual event. When Lord Jhulelal’s soul left his human form, at that very moment, it started raining heavily. At that site, people built a temple on one side, and a dargah on the other, as per the wish of Lord Jhulelal. If you liked this video, please comment & subscribe.