Sikh Pilgrims Bus to Kartarpur from Canada reaches Paris
A bus of Sikh pilgrims left for Canada from Pakistan has arrived in Paris to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of the founder of Sikh religion.
The special passenger bus has been arranged by a family of Sikh community living in Canada to celebrate the 550th Gurpurb of Guru Nanak.
According to the video that went viral on social media, the bus has reached Paris.
It can be seen in the viral video that the bus has a kitchen, dining table, washroom and bedroom facilities.
“Journey to Kartarpur” is written in front of the bus. The family has obtained a map of the route that will take a bus from Canada via Kartarpur to Sultanpur Lodhi, India.
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As shown on the map, the bus will cross the Atlantic Ocean in a ship before reaching Kartarpur. And then arrive at Sultanpur Lodhi in India by November via London, Britain, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Turkey and Iran.
The bus began its journey on September 3 from the city of Brampton, Canada.
The Canadian Sikh family is recorded to attend the opening ceremony of the Kartarpur corridor. From Kartarpur the bus will come to Sultanpur Lodhi, India.
The team of ten people is being led by Gurcharan Singh. In another viral video, Singh says that they are also looking for additional sponsors for this trip.
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