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NOTE-This page has been established with the intention of being a common "meeting place" for Pakistani Hindus and those who have an interest in Pakistan's ancient culture.
We also wish to provide resources which members of the community may find useful.
Hinduism in Pakistan
History of Hinduism - Punjab State
Pashtun Hindus - Peshawar City,NWFP
Baloch Hindus - Balochistan
Sindhi Hindu Saint
The Art Of Living - Pakistan
Pakistan leading socio-political representative organization of the Hindu community -
Pakistan Hindu Council
Pakistan Balmiki Sabha
Pakistan Hindu Welfare Association
Minoriy Media Post below -
Pakistan Hindu Post (PHP)
*Mohanjodaro, one of the world's oldest city was designed and inhabited by the ancestors of Pakistan's Hindus and was abandoned 5000 years ago due to a change in the flow of the Sarasvati river.The United Nations has recognised the importance and significance of this city.
*Takshashila (Taxila) is the world's oldest standing University and is located near Rawalpindi. Students from as far as China came to obtain a religious based education. The city was established by Bhagvan Shri Ramchandra's brother, Shri Bharat ji.
*The city of Lahore was named after Bhagvan Shri Ramchandra's son, Shri Lav. According to archaeologists, a significant amount of the construction of the present day Lahorekot (Lahore fort) was constructed by the government of the ancient Hindu kingdom of Singhapura.
*The name Peshawar is derived from the Sanskrit name for it which is Pushpapur - the city of flowers.
*The holy Shri Ramayan was written by the Saint Shri Valmiki ji north of Wagah in Punjab over 15,000 years ago.
*The Sindhu River (incorrectly known as the Indus River) is holy to Pakistani Hindus for many reasons AND Sarasvati River has beeen holy to Pakistani Hindus for over ten thousand years and is mentioned many times in the holy Rig Veda.
*The traditional name for Charsadda in the North West Frontier Province is Pushkalavati - City of the Lotus and was founded by the younger brother of Bhagvan Shri Ramchandra ji - Shri Bharat ji.
--"Dharmic" religions refers to Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism.They also share certain key concepts or Common traits.--
(Hindu God )Lord Rama is a heroic figure in all of these religions.In literature, many classical Hindu narratives have Buddhist or Jain versions.