Merub Ali Being Questioned On Her Visit to Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib
Merub Ali shared a photo of herself visiting the famous and sacred Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib. Trolls on Instagram questioned her religion.
It seems that Merub Ali visited the famous and impressive Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib during her trip. The rising celebrity shared several pictures of herself at the holy site. In one photo, Merub is seen dressed in all black with pink and orange dupattas covering her head and shoulders. The picture is framed by an entry arch structure. A video of her walking around the site with a black mask covering her face can be found in the second post of the carousel series. The third shot captures the beautiful scenery of the location.
Merub discovered herself being quizzed about her choice to browse the site, even though the photographs were harmless. Many responded strongly to her remarks, asking to know why the celebrity had entered what is regarded as one of the most sacred sites in Sikhism. Someone posted, “You shouldn’t have gone to [the] gurdwara,” along with the horrible vomit emoji.
Ignorantly, another Instagram user said, “You haven’t become a Sikh, have you? You don’t go to a mosque but you definitely want to go to the worship places of disbelievers.” Merub, however, wasn’t handling the remark lightly and responded appropriately. “News flash,” she started. “Anyone can go to a gurdwara! You should go too. The people were really kind there. Maybe you can learn a thing or two.” Alongside, the star included the white heart emoji.
In Kartarpur, Pakistan, there is a prominent Sikh house of worship called Kartarpur Sahib, often referred to as Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur. Because it was constructed on the spot where Sikhism’s founder, Guru Nanak, arrived after his spiritual travels, it is significant historically. Before he died in 1539, Guru Nanak spent eighteen years here. This gurdwara is recognised as one of the holiest locations in Sikhism, beside the Gurdwara Janam Asthan in Nankana Sahib and the Golden Temple in Amritsar.
Located close to the border between Pakistan and India, Kartarpur Sahib is accessible from the Indian side and draws sizable crowds of Sikhs from India for religious observation. The Gurdwara is also said to be the biggest in the entire globe.
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