Hindu pilgrims’ delegation from India arrives Pakistan today
LAHORE: Around 200 Hindu pilgrims will arrive Pakistan Wednesday (today) to visit Mirpur Mathelo in Sindh, ARY News reported.
The delegation of Hindu pilgrims will attend their religious rituals at Shadani Darbar in Mirpur Mathelo.
The Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) Secretary and other officials would receive the visiting Hindu pilgrims at Wagah border crossing here.
The delegation of pilgrims will visit Shadani Darbar temple and other worship places during their stay here.
The delegation of pilgrims will stay for 12 days in Pakistan and will return India on Dec 16.
According to officials on the directives of ETPB chairman all arrangements including accommodations, transport and security have been completed for the visiting pilgrims.
The central religious ceremony will be held at Shadani Darbar on Dec 6. The visitors will also visit historic Sadhu Bela temple in Sukkur and other places at Sindh River during their stay.
The pilgrims from India every year arrive Pakistan to visit Shadani Darbar and participate in religious rituals. The pilgrims also visit other holy places in Sindh during their stay here.