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Pakistan issues visas to Indian Hindu pilgrims visiting Shadani Durbar in Sindh

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Pakistan issues visas to Indian Hindu pilgrims visiting Shadani Durbar in Sindh

The Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi has issued 100 visas to Indian Hindu pilgrims to visit religious sites in the country, the embassy said in a statement on Monday.

A group of Indian Hindu pilgrims celebrate the 314th birthday of Shiv Avtali Satguru San Shadaram Sahib at the historic Shadani Durbar in the small town of Hayat Pitafi, Gothki district, from 22nd November to 3rd December 2022 is visiting Pakistan to attend the birthday celebration of Shadani Darbar is his 300 year old temple and a sacred place for Hindus all over the world.

Shadani Durbar was founded in his 1786 by Sanshadharam Sahib, who was born in Lahore in 1708. According to the 1974 Pakistan-India Protocol on Visits to Religious Shrines, thousands of Sikh and Hindu pilgrims from India each travel to Pakistan to attend various religious celebrations.

Sikh pilgrims from other countries participating in these events will be allowed to visit religious shrines, according to an official statement.

“It also reflects Pakistan’s efforts to respect religious institutions of all religions and promote inter-religious harmony.”

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