Pakistan set to reopen Jain Temple in Lahore after restoration

Pakistan is going to reopen the famous Jain temple after reconstruction and renovation. This temple stands in all its splendor and grandeur at famous intersection in Lahore, known as the Jain Mandir intersection. In 1992, two days after the Babri Mosque in India was demolished, a mob attacked the temple and damaged the building.

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The SC of Pakistan has issued an order directing an official to study sites of Jain and Neela Gumbad temples. The restoration and rehabilitation will make them usable again after nearly 30 years.

Source: Express Tribune