Apart from offering obligatory five times a day prayers the Khawaja would offer one thousand "nowafil" (optional prayers) each night beside other routine prayers (like Tahujjud, Ishraq, Chasht (Salat al-Duha), Awabeen). Also whenever he took a step he would do Zikr (Rememberance of Allah) Isim Zaat (Allah Hoo), with right foot at each step he inhale Allah and exhale Hoo when placing his left foot. He also adviced his Mureeds (disciples) to do Zikr Ism Zaat (Allah Hoo) and Zikr Nafi Asbaat (first Kalimah Shareef) besides the obligatory prayers. It was his usual practice to hold preaching court (Darbar Shareef) to impart spiritual education to the devotees. Special stress was laid on faith fortification and on instilling the lesson of Tauheed (Oneness of Allah).
It is characteristic of his devotion to prayers that he did not abandon even for a single time offering of prayers even when physically indisposed.
When he entered his 95th year of his life he fell ill. At his bedside he called his son, the First Sajjada Nasheen (Custodian of Dargah (Monstary)), His Majestic Holiness Crown of Sufis (Mystics) Khaja Ghareeb Nawaz Ameen-ul-Ummat Ala Hazrat Khawaja Pir Muhammad Zahid Khan known as Khawaja Pir Khan Sahib (RA), who had already attained spiritual heights, and conferred his "Khilafat" on him.