Kafir Kot, ancient ruins of Hindu temples in Pakistan

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Kafir Kot, ancient ruins of Hindu temples in Pakistan

There are many places in the Pakistan which has historic relevance to Hindu culture. 
 
Kafir Kot too has an important place the Hindu culture, Kafir Kot are ancient ruins of Hindu temples located in Dera Ismail Khan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, near the cities of Mianwali and Kundian, in Punjab, Pakistan. Kafir Kot consists of the ruins of 5 temples, and the ruins of a large fort protecting the site. Kafir Kot is often referred to as "Northern Kafir Kot," with the "Southern Kafir Kot" located in the city of Bilot, 35 kilometres to the south.
 
Sindhu site consists of the ruins of five temples now, after one temple collapsed 1992. The remaining five are also damaged. These six temple dedicated to the Sindhu (Indus) River, the Vitastara (Jhelum) River, the Irawati (Ravi) River, the Shatadru (Sutlej) River and the Saraswati (Ghaggar) River.
 
Architects, historians and & Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains all over the world have requested of the Pakistani archeological department and Federal government that the temples be restored and renovated, but this is still pending.
 
Presently many news have come from Pakistan where people are seen destroying the Hindu temples. It is now become the utmost priority of the Pakistani government to take concrete steps passing message to the international community about their seriousness on this. 
 
 
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