Sufis and Gurus, and their message, transcends geographical and cultural boundaries. “They are the beacons of light”
An Indian Muslim visits Hindu holy sites in Pakistan
Hindu pilgrims from India were welcomed in Pakistan
Many Hindu shrines over 1000 years old are places of worship for Pakistani Hindus & Indian pilgrims. Recent efforts by land-grabbers to swallow temples was opposed by not just the Hindus but also Muslims and Christians.
“The Baloch and Hindus have been living just like brothers for centuries. We even attend each other funerals. And it is manifest to everyone that the Baloch and Hindus are facing alike problems.”
When the IAF flew it first sortie to save pilgrims trapped by the raging waters of the Alaknanda in Kedarnath , at the cockpit was Wing Commander S M Yunus
Every year half a million Hindu pilgrims trek to the Amarnath caves shrine in Kashmir. Muslims are often seen helping out on this pilgrimage.
“We have been making this small gesture of goodwill for our Pandit brothers annually. There is nothing unusual about this. It is part of our culture,” said Noor Mohammad Bhat