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Kartarpur Shrine: New corridor to shorten pilgrimage distance

For 71 years, Sikh devotees in India have gathered at the border with Pakistan to get a glimpse of one of their holiest sites. The Shrine of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, is located only a few kilometres into Pakistan, but Indian pilgrims have to take a much longer route to visit the site. This may change soon. Kamran Yousaf reports has this exclusive report from Kartarpur, Pakistan.​ #Pakistan, #India, #Sikhism

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