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There is a Ram temple in Pakistan too! Devotees also reach Hinglaj Shaktipeeth including Panchmukhi Hanuman and Swaminarayan Temple

Hindu Temples In Pakistan: सनातन परंपरा में भारतभूमि को बहुत ही पवित्र माना जाता है. हिंदू धर्मग्रंथों के अनुसार भगवान ने भी अपने लिए इसी भारतभूमि को चुना. कई अवतारों के रूप में ईश्वर ने इसी भूमि पर जन्म लिया. यहां विभिन्न रूपों में भगवान के ऐसे-ऐसे मंदिर हैं, जो दुनियाभर में प्रसिद्ध हैं. अविभाजित भारत बहुत ही विशाल था और कई सारे पड़ोसी देश इसमें मिले हुए थे. आजादी के बाद पाकिस्तान इससे अलग हुआ, जिसकी पहचान सामान्यत: एक मुस्लिम मुल्क के तौर पर है. लेकिन क्या आप जानते हैं पाकिस्तान में भी हिंदू धर्म के देवी-देवताओं के कई प्रसिद्ध मंदिर हैं. बलूचिस्तान में तो सती का शक्तिपीठ भी है. आइए जानते हैं इन मंदिरों के बारे में.

Hindu Temples in Pakistan: Hinglaj Temple is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths of Sati. This temple is located on the banks of the Hingol River, 120 km from Balochistan, Pakistan. This temple is also mentioned in Durga Chalisa.

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  • Publish Date – 8:13 am, Sun, 26 September 21Edited By: Sanjeet Kumar
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Hindu Temples In Pakistan: In the Sanatan tradition, the land of India is considered very sacred.  According to Hindu scriptures, God also chose this Bharatbhoomi for himself.  God took birth on this land in the form of many incarnations.  There are such temples of God in various forms, which are famous all over the world.  Undivided India was very vast and many neighboring countries were merged in it.  After independence, Pakistan broke away from it, which is generally recognized as a Muslim country.  But do you know that there are many famous temples of Hindu Gods and Goddesses in Pakistan too.  There is also a Shaktipeeth of Sati in Balochistan.  Let us know about these temples.

Hindu Temples In Pakistan: In the Sanatan tradition, the land of India is considered very sacred. According to Hindu scriptures, God also chose this Bharatbhoomi for himself. God took birth on this land in the form of many incarnations. There are such temples of God in various forms, which are famous all over the world. Undivided India was very vast and many neighboring countries were merged in it. After independence, Pakistan broke away from it, which is generally recognized as a Muslim country. But do you know that there are many famous temples of Hindu Gods and Goddesses in Pakistan too. There is also a Shaktipeeth of Sati in Balochistan. Let us know about these temples.

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Panchmukhi Hanuman Temple, Karachi: It is believed about this very ancient temple located in Karachi, Pakistan that the idol of Panchmukhi Hanuman ji has been here since Treta Yuga i.e. for about 17 lakh years.  Although the temple was rebuilt in the year 1882.  There is a crowd of Hindu religious people here.

Panchmukhi Hanuman Temple, Karachi: It is believed about this very ancient temple located in Karachi, Pakistan that the idol of Panchmukhi Hanuman ji has been here since Treta Yuga i.e. for about 17 lakh years. Although the temple was rebuilt in the year 1882. There is a crowd of Hindu religious people here.

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Swaminarayan Temple, Karachi: Situated on Bandar Road in Karachi city itself, this temple is said to be about 160 years old.  There is a movement of people of both Hindu and Muslim religions here.  It is said that during the partition of India-Pakistan, the temple was used as a refugee camp.  There is also a Gurudwara in the premises of this temple.  From here the journey to Hinglaj Bhavani Shaktipeeth begins.

Swaminarayan Temple, Karachi: Situated on Bandar Road in Karachi city itself, this temple is said to be about 160 years old. There is a movement of people of both Hindu and Muslim religions here. It is said that during the partition of India-Pakistan, the temple was used as a refugee camp. There is also a Gurudwara in the premises of this temple. From here the journey to Hinglaj Bhavani Shaktipeeth begins.

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Hinglaj Shaktipeeth, Balochistan: Hinglaj Temple is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths of Sati.  This temple is located on the banks of the Hingol River, 120 km from Balochistan, Pakistan.  This temple is also mentioned in Durga Chalisa (Hinglaj mein Tumhi Bhavani, Mahima Amit na Jaat Bakhani).  It is said that wherever the parts of Sati fell, Shaktipeeth was established there.  It is said about here that the head of Sati had fallen here.  Devotees come here from many countries including India.

Hinglaj Shaktipeeth, Balochistan: Hinglaj Temple is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths of Sati. This temple is located on the banks of the Hingol River, 120 km from Balochistan, Pakistan. The mention of this temple also comes in Durga Chalisa (Hinglaj mein Tumhi Bhavani, Mahima Amit na Jaat Bakhani). It is said that wherever the parts of Sati fell, Shaktipeeth was established there. It is said about here that the head of Sati had fallen here. Devotees come here from many countries including India.

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Sun Temple, Multan: Jamwant, who was in the army of Lord Rama in Tretayuga, got his daughter Jamvanti married to Lord Krishna in Dwaparayuga.  The name of the son of Jamwanti and Krishna was- Samba.  He had built this temple.  Although it looks like this temple in the picture, its condition has become very bad.  It is said that many Muslim cruel rulers looted the temple.

Sun Temple, Multan: Jamwant, who was in the army of Lord Rama in Tretayuga, got his daughter Jamvanti married to Lord Krishna in Dwaparayuga. The name of the son of Jamwanti and Krishna was- Samba. He had built this temple. Although it looks like this temple in the picture, its condition has become very bad. It is said that many Muslim cruel rulers looted the temple.

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Ram Mandir, Islamkot: A famous temple of Lord Ram is also located in Islamkot, Pakistan.  Islamkot also has a sizeable Hindu population like Muslims.  The Ram temple here is the center of faith for Hindu devotees.

Ram Mandir, Islamkot: A famous temple of Lord Ram is also located in Islamkot, Pakistan. Islamkot also has a sizeable Hindu population like Muslims. The Ram temple here is the center of faith for Hindu devotees.

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