Historic Gurudwaras in Pakistan – Part III


Most of the Gurduwaras in Pakistan are in a dilapidated condition and only a few — which are visited by Sikh devotees during their visits to Pakistan every year — have been given a facelift. The day is not far, if we cannot help it, when these Gurudwaras will crumble down or be brough t down like the Afghans did to the Buddha landmarks. As the Sikh populations dwindle in Pakistan, there is an urgent need to put pressure on both India and Pakistan to address these issues to achieve a lasting solution . . . if we don’t do that, we may soon just have to show these Gurudwaras to our grandchildren from postcards and magazines.



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