AbstractPakistan is an Islamic democratic country where all the minorities as well as tourist from all over
the world can practices according to their belief freely. Pakistan has many religious sites of shrines and temples.
Gurnanak Sahib stayed his last eighteen years of his life at Kartarpur, Narowal, Punjab, Pakistan. His grave is
located in Pakistan, just 3 km from the border with India. Sikh see this grave through a telescope across the Indian
border of popular religious thought. The Government of Pakistan addresses the problems of the Sikh community,
and the Kartalpur corridor in the Sikh community is innovative for the entire Sikh community. These Sikh
communities can visit the holy saints of Kartapur without a visa. Fortunately, the first recommendation from
Pakistan allowed us to see the whole event religiously. This step is not only appreciated by the Sikh community.
Therefore, Pakistan is a peaceful country and treats other religions as an Islamic state. Every year including
Muslims visitors from different countries come to Pakistan for holy shrines like Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhist and
1-Muhammad Imran Ashraf Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, National Defence University (NDU), Islamabad, Pakistan.2-Iqra Jathol Centre for South Asian Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Muhammad Saleem Akhter Department of Political Science, Government College Sheikhupura, Punjab, Pakistan.
KeywordsReligious, Peace Building, Tourism, Kartarpur, Sikhism
Volume & IssueIV - I