To the eastern side of Meeran Shah's mausoleum is sited tomb of Jeevan Shah Jhinjhan who, like Meeran Shah, served as general in the army of Mian Din Muhammad Kalhoro and Mian Yar Muhammad Kalhoro. Jeevan Shah was a cousin of Meeran Shah. He displayed his heroism and gallantry in many battles thrust upon the Kalhoras by the Mughals, the Brohis and the Daudpotras.
An old tomb of Jeevan Shah collapsed some fifteen years ago. According to Mithal Chandio and Gul Bahar Chandio, villagers have recently built the tomb of Jeevan Shah. Not a single tomb in the graveyard carries inscriptions. The local people know the stories and heroics of the dignitaries through the interaction with the descendents of the personages who frequently visit the tombs and graves of their ancestors.
To the north of Jeevan Shah's tomb is situated the dilapidated tomb of QadoDamraho. He served Mian Din Muhammad, Yar Muhammad Kalhoro and Mian Yar Muhammad Kalhoro. Presently, he is considered as a patron saint of Damraho tribe. Like Meeran shah, his tomb bustles with his tribesmen who bring their male babies for head shaving. Only the remaining walls of the tomb that have withstood the vagaries of weather are destroying the original beauty of structure. Not a single tomb in the necropolis has survived in its original shape.
Apart from these tombs, some structures lie to eastern and southern sides of Jeevan Shah village. To the eastern side of the village, in the middle of agricultural land, is located the tomb of Mian RadhoRahujo who served as general of Mian Yar Muhammad Kalhoro. Many of his tribesmen were under his command. The necropolis where his tomb is located is known as Rahujan -Jo-Muqam (The necropolis of Rahuja tribe). A large part of the area of the necropolis is being used for cultivation with only a little space left for graves now surrounded by bushes.
To the south of Jeevan Shah Village lies village of WasandJeho where tomb of Pir Kalhoro is located. Pir Kalhoro is believed to have been a Nazim of Shah Garh during Mian Noor Muhammad Kalhoro's time. Some of the contemporary Mianwal faqirs believe that the real name of Pir Kalhoro is Paliyo Khan who lived during the rule of Mian Noor Muhammad Kalhoro. Locally he is known as Pir Kalhoro. The tomb of Pir Kalhoro has almost leveled to ground.
Tombs veneration is now common and widespread among many communities who visit the tombs in the hopes of getting their wishes fulfilled. Local community and people from far-flung areas also come to pay homage to the soldiers of the Kalhora period. Most of the graves are covered with clothes. The heroism of these soldiers and generals also dominates the daily discourse of the local community who narrate the stories of the each of the soldiers admiringly and fondly.