Quoted from our 48th Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah:
"My dear Hoodbhoy,
In reply to your letter of 8thOctober, 1954, the colours of our flag
are, as you know, red and green, the reason being that we represent
both the Shah and the Pir. The Shah was Imam Hussain and the Pir was
Imam Hasan. Imam Hasan had the Pir's colour of green, but Imam
Hussain's martyrdom was so enormous in events and was so opposed to
even the smallest laws of war that the colour of his holy blood namely
red, was accepted with the green of the Holy Prophet's flag, as a
(417AH-500AH.) Poet and Dai, educated in Tripoli then at Dar al-Hikmat, where he stayed for 10 years. Is buried at Jabal as-Sumaq. Has written many Qasidas.*
(962-1038) Famous mathematician and physicist born in Basra. Imam Al-Hakim asked him to study and regulate the damage caused by the floods of the River Nile.
(14/15th Century). One of the 19 children of Pir HK. Buried in Lahore.
Son of Pir Mehrab Beg*. Named by Imam Hassanali. Died after a few years of Piratan.His brother Sayyed Ali Ashgar Beg became PIR after Ali Akbar Bed died. See ginans 298, 513.
Pir Hassan Kabirdin's children:Shah Qalandar, Aulia Ali, Tayed, Alaudin, Farman,Islamuddin, Rehmtullah, Jazuddin, Jaffer, Adam Mehdi, Noor Mehdi, Bu Qalandar Shah, Bhand, Lal Shah Baz Qalandar, Awal Shah, Gheb Shah, Imamuddin, Bai Budhai (the daughter).
(14/15th Century). Son of Pir HK. Buried in Multan.
Shri Krishna's aunt. Married king Pandav during Dwapur Jug. g."Amar té ayo" of Pir Sadardin.
(534AH-584AH.) Born in Sabzwar.Son of Pir Salamudin. Nominated to Piratan by Imam Ala Mohammed in 579 A.H.His piratan lasted 5 years. He is also known as Sayyed Noorbaksh.
Son of Pir Qasim Shah. Nomited to Pir by Imam Nurudin Ali.
In the 17th Jodilo of Pir Shams, Ramsang Raja is portrayed as being the king of Beth Nagar a place where Pir Shams along with his disciples Vimras and Surbhaan were denied permission to enter.
one of the 5 sons of Pir Sadardin.
Pir Shams is also called Satgur Noor. (11th Jodilo). Both Pir Satgur Noor and Pir Shams were holders of the same Piratan. (they were in fact 2 different individuals at different time in history)
g. 172, 281:2, 125:13, 304:3
(9th Century) Nephew of Ibn. Hawshab* who sent him as a missionary to Sind in 270/884.