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Kartarpur

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Hindi

Did you know Indians do not need a visa to visit the Kartarpur Sahib gurudwara in Pakistan? Abhishek Vaid visits the holy shrine which has a historical and religious significance in Kartarpur, streaming on EPIC ON

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How An Indian Can Go To Pakistan
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How An Indian Can Go To Pakistan

How an Indian can visit Pakistan This idea of going to Pakistan has been with me for quite sometime but whenever an Indian wants to visit Pakistan, the thought is generally not very well received by the friends and family. But this dream finally got fulfilled because of the opening of Kartarpur Corridor. While there is no tourist visa for Indians to visit Pakistan, Kartarpur Sahib provides a visa free access to Indians by just getting a permit online. Kartarpur Sahib is a gurudwara in Pakistan around 50 Km from Amritsar, near a town named Dera Baba Nanak. Ill make another video soon about the entire Karatarpur corridor application process, but for now enjoy an Indians first visit to Pakistan and get to know what do Pakistanis think about Indians.

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