Pakistan yet again open doors for Hindu Pilgrims from India

Pakistan yet again open doors for Hindu Pilgrims from India
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*ISLAMABAD - Pakistan has issued visas to 220 Hindu pilgrims from India to visit a temple in Sukkur.*

The pilgrims will participate in the 310th birthday celebrations of Shiv Avtari Satguru Sant Shadaram Sahib. They reached Pakistan on Wednesday morning and will leave on December 16.

Pakistan and India signed a protocol in 1974 to allow people to visit religious shrines. A large number of Sikh and Hindu pilgrims from India visit Pakistan to observe various religious festivals and occasions every year, according to the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi.

Shadani Darbar Tirth, a 300-year old temple, is a sacred place for devotees from across the world.

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