Nurpur Shahan village is a shrine to Bari Imam. He was a 17th-century Sufi teacher and Islamabad's unofficial patron saint. Pakistan is a predominantly Muslim country: around 96% of its population belongs to different sects of Islam. The prayer emanate from mosques five times a day. (image by Gyula Sopronyi)
Nurpur Shahan village is a shrine to Bari Imam. He was a 17th-century Sufi teacher and Islamabad's unofficial patron saint. Pakistan is a predominantly Muslim country: around 96% of its population belongs to different sects of Islam. The prayer emanate from mosques five times a day.
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