Pakistan issues visas to Indian pilgrims to visit historic temples
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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has issued visas to Indian pilgrims to go to the holy websites of Shahdani Darbar in Sukkur and Shri Katas Raj temples in Chakwal district of Punjab at a time when ties between the 2 nations are on the lowest ebb.
While a gaggle of 44 pilgrims returned to India after visiting Shahdani Darbar, the Pakistan excessive fee in New Delhi on Monday issued visas to a different 47 Indian pilgrims to go to Shri Katas Raj temples — also called Qila Katas or complicated of Katas Temples — in Chakwal, from December 23 to 29. The Katas Raj temples encompass a pond sacred to Hindu devotees.
The pilgrims who went again to India had participated within the 312th beginning anniversary celebrations of Shiv Avtari Satguru Sant Shadaram Sahib in Sukkur, from December 15 to 21.
Over three centuries previous, the Shahdani Darbar temple is a holy place for devotees from the world over. The temple was based in 1786 by Sant Shamdaram Sahib, who was born in Lahore in 1708.
Thousands of Indian Sikhs and Hindu pilgrims go to Pakistan underneath the bilateral settlement “Protocol on Visits to Religious Shrines of 1974″ to look at a number of spiritual festivals yearly.

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