Indian Hindu pilgrims reach Peshawar

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LAHORE:

A bunch of Indian Hindu pilgrims on Saturday left for Peshawar to go to the shrine of Shri Param Hansji Maharaj in Teri village of Karak district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Ok-P).

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According to particulars, Hindu pilgrims reached Pakistan earlier on a four-day go to through the Wagha border to carry out non secular rites and left for Peshawar through a particular Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight.

Pakistan Hindu Council (PHC) patron-in-chief and PTI MNA Dr Ramesh Kumar welcomed the pilgrims on the border. Speaking to the media, Dr Ramesh Kumar introduced that the federal government was taking steps to spice up non secular tourism between India and Pakistan in a bid to carry the folks of the 2 international locations nearer.

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“This is actually in continuation of the previous historical visit, held in November 2021,” he stated, including that, “The primary purpose of Hindu pilgrims, led by Shriman Mahatma Param Nityanand Ji, arriving here is to visit the Samadhi of Shri Param Hans Ji Maharaj / Teri Temple”.

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“Every month one delegation from Pakistan will also depart for India for visiting Dargah of Khwaja Nizam Uddin Aulia in Dehli and Dargah of Khawaja Ghareeb Nawaz in Ajmer Sharif whereas one international delegation will arrive here in Pakistan for visiting religiously significant sites of Hinduism, including the Samadhi of Shri Param Hans Ji Maharaj / Teri Temple and Hinglaj Mata Temple Balochistan,” he acknowledged.

Dr Ramesh stated that PHC has reached an vital settlement with Pakistan International Airline (PIA) below which Hindu pilgrims the world over, together with India, could be facilitated for pilgrimage to holy locations in Pakistan.

However, Indian pilgrims weren’t allowed by the Indian authorities to fly on Pakistani airways and subsequently, they are going to be first required to take the route of Lahore through Wagah after which fly to Peshawar on a particular flight.

During the four-day go to to Pakistan, Hindu pilgrims will even go to Gurdwara Panja Sahib Hassan Abdal, Katas Raj Temple, Raja Ranjit Singh’s Samadhi, Minar-e-Pakistan, Shahi Qila and Badshahi Masjid amongst different historic websites.

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