Lahore/Shakargarh: The 484th birth anniversary celebrations of Baba Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikh religion, have started at Gurudwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur. In which Sikh pilgrims from all over Pakistan are participating. Who will stay in Kartarpur for three consecutive days, while the Sikh pilgrims coming from neighboring India will leave daily in the afternoon according to the rules.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Project Management Unit Muhammad Abu Bakr Aftab welcomed the Sikh pilgrims who came to participate in the 484th anniversary celebrations of Baba Guru Nanak Devji.
In connection with the 484th birth anniversary celebrations of Baba Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the Nagar Kirtan procession will be held today and the farewell ceremony at Bhog Sri Akhand Path will be held tomorrow, Friday, September 22. Special arrangements for anchorage and security will be made for the Sikh pilgrims. According to the Kartarpur administration, on the first day, the ritual of Arambh Akhandpath Sahib was performed in the main Diwan Hall of Kartarpur. Sikh pilgrims performed Siva Nishan Sahib along with their other religious rituals at 4 pm.
In connection with the 484th birth anniversary celebrations of Baba Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the Nagar Kirtan procession will be taken out to the Zero Line on Thursday, while the farewell ceremony of Bhog Sri Akhandpath Sahib will be held tomorrow, September 22, at the Main Dewan Hall, Sikh Yatri. Will leave tomorrow on Friday.
Sikh pilgrims from the Indian Kartarpur Corridor will return on a daily basis for the 484th birth anniversary celebrations of Baba Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Elaborate anchorage and foolproof security arrangements have been made for Sikh pilgrims at Kartarpur.
World Peace Day will be celebrated today, including in Pakistan
Faisalabad: The International Day of Peace will be celebrated on September 21, including in Pakistan. Events organized by political and social organizations will be organized throughout, in which various programs will be organized to promote non-violence and the thought of peace. The United Nations General Assembly approved a resolution in 1981, while the second time in 2001. A resolution was passed by an overwhelming majority that September 21 will be celebrated as the International Day of Peace, after which every year on September 21, the International Day of Peace is celebrated worldwide.