Pakistan has granted visas to Indian pilgrims to visit the holy sites of the Shadani court in Sukkur and Katasraj temples.
Islamabad: Pakistan has granted visas to some Indian pilgrims who want to visit the holy sites of the Shadani court in Sukkur and Katasraj temples. The Government of Pakistan has taken this step when its relations with India remain sour.
Let me tell you that recently 44 Indian pilgrims have returned to India after visiting the Shadani court. After which now the government has given visas to more 47 people. These travelers are to visit from 23 December to 29 December.
Shadani Darbar’s recognition worldwide
At the same time, those pilgrims who have returned to India after touring, all of them went to participate in the 312th birth anniversary program of Shiva Avtari Satguru Saint Shadaram Saheb.
His tour was from 15 December to 21 December. According to Satyavranak Shadani, secretary of Shadani Darbar, the pilgrims who went from India on December 15 were from Delhi, Mumbai, Nagpur, Ahmedabad and many other cities. The 44 passengers were welcomed by the Waqf Board chairman and devotees, including Pakistan officials.
The recognition of Shadani Durbar is worldwide. People from all over the world come here to visit. In the year 1786, this temple was founded by Saint Shadaram Sahib, who was born in the year 1708 in Lahore.
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