Hazrat's childhood was not typical of boys of similar age as he refrained from normal childhood participation in the playing of games and such. Even at the very young age he led a pure and simple life preferring to spend all his time learning about Islam and about what he has been taught. In this regard Hazrat followed in the footsteps of his guide and uncle 'Shaykh-Ul-Mashaykh' Maulana Sayyad Mukhtar Ashraf 'Sarkar-E-Kalan'.
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