He went in each and every corner of Delhi to look after people and to help them cure this disease. He distributed holy water to the infected, which had miraculous power of healing the affected.
Eve today holy water is given away in the temple for people who distressed and are in need of some help above the help, which a human can give. When this epidemic got over he won the faith of not only the Hindus but also the Muslims, later he himself died because of small pox 30th March 1664.
Devotees from various caste and religion come here. They come here to thank God for blessing them in all phases of life and also to pray that let them be strong when problems hit them. This serene temple in Delhi has people from various places coming here from all round the world ad is also a major tourist attraction as well as a pilgrim center for many.
Among the many beautiful buildings in Delhi this temple has its own place and stands and will always remain so. Visiting Bangla Sahib is a must if you are in Delhi in search of peace and serenity.