We have found a reference from the 1939, Vol. 3 edition of Seeratul Mahdi which contains an interesting story. The story was being told by some Hindu (Pandit Devi Ram) who came to live in Qadian from 1875-1880 and he tells about his encounters with MGA. He was giving this story to Mirza Bashir Ahmad in December of 1935, which was then archived into the 2nd edition of Seeratul Mahdi, which was published in 1939 (vol. 3 of the 2nd edition). This is narration number 759, it runs from pages 688 to 696 in the 2008 online edition of Seeratul Mahdi. Pandit Devi Ram also claimed that MGA had lots of books in those days on medicine, religion and etc. The ROR of Jan-Feb-1922 also relate stories by a Hindu about Mirza Ghulam Murtaza and how MGA acted like a new bride in a house.

Pandit Devi Ram mentions a story wherein MGA’s father (Mirza Ghulam Murtaza) was also involved in a strange medical treatment wherein 70 pounds of cow dung were used to cure lice. Nawab Yarqand is also mentioned and his connections to MGA’s father in Kashmir. Mirza Ghulam Murtaza mentions a story of how Nawab Yarqand complained to Mirza Ghulam Murtaza of having lice. Yarqand also complains that he has never got a good answer from anyone in terms of how a child progresses in the womb. Its unclear who is giving this answers here, it could be either MGA or his father. Nevertheless, whomever this person is, he tells Yarqand to forget his silly question and the question that his bothered him is what came first the chicken or the egg. The story then stops….and switches to the treatment of lice for Yarqand.

70 pounds of cow dung were brought to the palace where Nawab Yarqand was and his treatment began. Nawab Yarqand was naked and cow dung was poured all over his body. Many other things were done, his mouth and nose was forcibly opened. Nawab Yarqand is miraculously healed wherein he gives lots of gifts (a golden lota). When that story ends…Mirza Ghulam Murtaza answers the question about how and when does a child progress in the womb. Murtaza says that as soon as sperm enters the uterus, the baby begins to form.

Right after that, Pandit Devi Ram says MGA was simple and a good person. This story was also discussed on the Aaqa Ka Ghulam channel herein at the 1:39:00 mark.

Seeratul Mahdi, 2008 edition, narration number 759


Links and Related Essay’s

The 2nd edition of Seeratul Mahdi (1935)

Who is Mirza Ghulam Murtaza (1791–1876)?


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