More than 200 Hindus have come to India from Pakistan, said - this is happening because of the virtue of their previous birth. - Newztezz Online

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More than 200 Hindus have come to India from Pakistan, said - this is happening because of the virtue of their previous birth.


This time 225 Hindu pilgrims from Pakistan came to India to visit Shadani Darbar in Haridwar. Also, he comes to Haridwar with the ashes of his deceased relatives and immerses them in the Ganga with Vedic rituals and performs Pind Daan.

The Hindus of Sindh, who raise the flag of Indian culture in Pakistan, visit India every year. They come to Shadani Darbar Haridwar. Travelers visiting India from Pakistan perform Ganga Aarti at Har Ki Paadi and perform puja and yagya with their family members on the banks of Ganga. They visit temples and perform sacred rituals on the banks of Ganga.

This time 225 Hindu pilgrims from Pakistan came to India to visit Shadani Darbar. Also, he comes to Haridwar with the ashes of his deceased relatives and immerses them in the Ganga with Vedic rituals and performs Pind Daan. Let's perform his Shraddha. Apart from Haridwar pilgrimage, he also visits other pilgrimage places in India. They consider themselves blessed after coming to India and say that due to the virtue of our previous birth, we get to visit Haridwar pilgrimage and other pilgrimage sites in India.

215 Pakistanis came to India

Let us tell you, this time 225 Hindu pilgrims came to India from Pakistan. Along with his family, he performed the Yagyopavit Sanskar for the children and youth on the banks of Ganga with Vedic rituals. Mahamandaleshwar Yudhishthir Maharaj, head of Shadani Darbar Haridwar, says that the Hindu brothers of Pakistan consider themselves blessed by coming to India and also want to propagate Indian culture. Every year a group of Shadani Darbar goes to Pakistan and there too we perform the sacred rites of many people.

Told the challenges of coming to India

He fulfilled his responsibility by immersing the ashes of his ancestors in the holy water of Har Ki Paidi. One of the Pakistani pilgrims said, “Our journey is of 25 days, we reached Haridwar yesterday with the ashes of our father.” Describing their challenges in traveling from Pakistan to India, the pilgrims asked the Indian government to simplify the visa process. Appealed to. He stressed the importance of obtaining visas on time to facilitate their pilgrimage.

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