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Religious Tourism in Different Areas of Pakistan

December 1, 2023

The enormous antiquity of Pakistan’s past serves as an indicator of the cultures that formerly called this region home. It is a fusion of ancient civilizations. Horribly, these artifacts are the center of attention for the wrong purposes. A squall last week reduced Gurdwara Rori Sahib in Jahman to ruins. Guru Nanak’s biographies describe the location, which was constructed by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. He made three trips there. It is unacceptable that these losses rob us of our past. Relics of the Sikh and Buddhist religions may be found all over Punjab, Sindh, and KP. The area was once home to several ancient empires, including the Aryan, Greek, Persian, and Indic. 

Among the most treasured heritage sites in the world are the Dharmarajika and Mankiala stupas in Takht-i-Bahi, the Shingaradar and votive stupas, the Buddha statue in Swat, the Amluk Dara stupa, the Mesolithic cave and monasteries in Taxila where the Buddha is said to have stayed, and the sleeping Buddha statue in Haripur. On the other hand, Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, was buried in Darbar Sahib after being born in Nankana Sahib, Punjab. The Gurdwara Dera Sahib in Lahore commemorates the passing of Guru Arjan Dev, his sixth spiritual successor, while the Gurdwara Panja Sahib in Hasan Abdal is thought to contain a rock with Nanak’s hand impression.

For these reasons, by reclaiming over 106 revered locations, including the prehistoric curios at Taxila Museum, the oldest texts of the Guru Granth Sahib in the Katas Raj temple complex, Lahore Museum, Hinglaj, the Panchmukhi Hanuman temple, and more, we can develop a religious and cultural tourism sector that holds billion-dollar potential.

However, the tourism industry’s flimsy official and regulatory structure stifles all potential. The travel industry can be revived, Pakistan’s image softened, and pluralism for a rich cultural milieu reawakened with the help of heritage experts and guides on par with Unesco models, an organizational and restoring system like the Walled City Project, transportation, visas, and guesthouses, and initiatives like the Kartarpur Corridor. Above all, the route to Pakistan must not be marred by the security ogre.

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