Pakistan is pleased to be cradle of Sikh legacy. After the downfall of Mughal empire in Indian sub-continent the Sikhs ruled over India and managed to stay for about over two decades and during their period there were a ton of new increments into the Indian history which are very noticeable on the off chance that we focus a little on it. There are a plethora of landmarks, havelis, posts and Guardwaras which are presently part of the significant landmarks of Pakistan.
The stats show that there were almost 170 Gurdwaras in Pakistan, anyway the partition of the Indian Subcontinent changed the entire picture, affecting the presence of Sikh religion and its blessed sites. A large portion of the Gurdwaras are situated in Lahore, Gujranwala and Sialkot. Additionally, Panja Sahib close to Rawalpindi and Nankana Sahib close to Faisalabad
Check out the list of most visited Gurdwaras of Pakistan:
Awesome list. You should also include Gurdwaras in Peshawar
Thanks for the list and superb pictures. Am so happy to see these. Would love to see some also from Peshawar, the land of my parents and ancestors. I hope to visit Pakistan one day……
Hi Brinder. Thanks for your kind comment. We will add the sites located in Peshawar, no doubt Peshawar is a beautiful city.