A #gurdwara worth the seven-decade wait 

Like other religious groups, Sikhs had been living in Balochistan for centuries. But for many, their long roots in Baloch soil were severed at the time of Partition, when they, like the local Hindus, were attacked and subsequently forced to flee east. Reena Nanda, author of From Quetta to Delhi: A Partition Story, notes incidents of the properties of Hindus and Sikhs being damaged and community members being assaulted in Quetta. Thankfully though, Balochistan was lucky to avoid bloodshed at the scale seen elsewhere during that fraught time.

Source: A gurdwara worth the seven-decade wait – Pakistan – DAWN.COM