Sikh pilgrims to reach Kartarpur from Canada in a bus

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  • A Sikh family has specially arranged the symbolic bus journey to visit Kartarpur.
  • The visitors who are traveling on the customized luxury bus have reached Paris city.

As the 550th birth anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak comes closer a special bus carrying the Sikh pilgrims is on its way to Pakistan. According to a video that is available on social media and got public attention at large, the final destination of the bus would be India after traveling through UK, France, Germany, Austria, Turkey, and Iran. The bus would make an entry to Pakistan via Iran.

A Sikh family has specially arranged the symbolic bus journey to visit Kartarpur. The visitors who are traveling on the customized luxury bus have reached Paris city. The bus is said to have facilities of kitchen, dining table, washroom, and bedroom facility as well.

The bus also does have the mention on the front “Journey to Kartarpur.” A map indicating all those countries that are likely to become the destinations is also visible on the sides of the bus. The special bus journey started at the start of September this year from the Canadian city Brampton.

“Journey to Kartarpur and Sultanpur Lodhi” is a non-profit initiative led by the International Punjab Foundation Canada,” read a statement shared on the FaceBook page of Journey to Kartarpur and Sultanpur Lodhi.

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“Launched earlier this year in April, our main mission is to promote World Peace and International Cooperation through a driven journey that will span half the globe. All of this is in effort to build a Guru Nanak Mission Centre in Kartarpur for those in need,” the statement added.

Located on the bank of River Ravi, the visa-free corridor is all set to open on the eve of the 550th birth anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak that is scheduled in November this year. The place does have a religious affiliation for the people practicing the Sikh religion and thousands of devotees would be coming to visit the Guru Nanak’s mausoleum.

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