Sending My Indian Wife to PAKISTAN (Kartarpur Corridor & Gurudwara)

Sending My Indian Wife to PAKISTAN (Kartarpur Corridor & Gurudwara)


Greetings (in Punjabi and Urdu) friends. Today, I am sending my wife across the border to Pakistan. This is not a joke, I am not kidding. Karl: Have you told your parents that I’m doing this, that you are going?
Manisha: Yeah, they know. Karl: Ok. So, tell us how are we getting there, Manu? Manisha: So, we are going to use the Kartarpur corridor that Pakistan has recently opened for the Indian pilgrims. And when I say ‘We’, I mean Us because Karl ain’t going nowhere. Karl: This is not fair. So foreigners aren’t allowed to use the Kartarpur corridor. So that’s why I am sending you basically. So c’mon, take us to Pakistan. Manisha: Let’s go.
Karl: I am not allowed to go any further.
Manisha: No, you’re not. Karl: Alright, See you Manu, have fun.
Manisha: Bye Karl: And don’t say Namaste like I did at the border.
Manisha: No, i won’t.
Karl: Say Asalam Walekum. Manisha: Bye, see you.
Karl: Bye, have fun. Manisha: So we’re now gonna go through the terminal building. It’s huge. Now these are the entry gates. So the security check has been done and now we are heading towards the immigration, so, I might have to turn off my camera again. See you in a while. So the security check is done, the immigration is done. And I was actually given polio drops here which I hadn’t expected at all. I am very excited. And also a little emotional at the same time. But I have butterflies in my stomach right now. Oh, you ‘ve watched it, already? Yes, I have watched the entire thing already. I am still excited. Bye Karl: Ok, so Manu has gone now. First, she is gonna go through Indian immigration, which is in this massive building behind. It’s blocked so you can’t see. Then a bus is gonna take her to zero point, to the border. Then she’s gonna go through the Pakistani immigration. And then other bus from the Pakistan side is gonna take her to Kartarpur Sahib. We are now going to enter Pakistan. I am in Pakistan now. And the e- rickshaws, they drop you here. at this point. And it’s here you can get your currency converted. Because you need to have US dollars, to pay the Pakistani government. There is a 20 dollar fee that you need to pay. And a lot of people actually were talking about the fee but I feel it’s completely justified because this infrastructure is only meant for Indians, right? Why should the Pakistanis pay for it? So, yeah I am here and I am going to get the currency converted. But I suggest you get the currency converted from outside. And get US dollars from outside because It’s a little expensive here. I don’t know if it’s the fee or it’s the currency exchange rate. So. at the currency conversion counter I got some dollars and I got some Pakistani currency. And I used the dollars to get a coupon which looks like this. So, this is what you get after paying the 20 dollar fee. Actually I just realized, I am a Hindu, married to a Christian, visiting a gurdwara in a Muslim country. Greetings in urdu. Thank you so much. So I have cleared Pakistan’s side immigration now and now we are going to head towards the gurdwara in this bus. Greetings in urdu. Wow! Look at that. It’s so white and beautiful! Now before you enter the gurdwara make sure you must wash your hands and feet and face. and that is why they have a well in this gurudwara. So cool, I have never seen this in any of the other gurdwara’s I’ve been to. So the water comes out of the well through that machine and then comes out to these staircases where you can wash your feet and hands. This is one of the coolest things I have seen in a gurdwara. This gurdwara has this nice, circular staircase which you can climb and come to the roof- top. Just checkout how white, bright, clean and peaceful this place is. And I was actually very impressed with the Pakistani music earlier but now I am also impressed by their cleanliness and how polite the people are. This gurdwara is the second most important site for the Sikhs because this was where Guru Nanak spent the final years of his life. And he also died here. And the first most important place is actually also here in Pakistan, in Nankana Sahib, that was where he was born. Actually I have heard a lot of people call Pakistan, Pekistan. It’s a, Pakistan. It’s ‘Sikh’ not ‘seekh’. So in most of the gurdwara’s you will find a water body like this where people can come and bathe. And this gurdwara has a beautiful one and there is partition in between actually there’s a separate section for males which is on the other side and this is the female one. And usually you can’t film inside because people are usually bathing here. But since no one is here right now, we got the opportunity. One thing I love about Sikhism is it’s belief in service. It believes service to mankind is service to god. And that is why it feeds people twice a day. There is langar, where everyone and anyone can come and eat together. No matter which religion you are from and you come take a shelter in a gurdwara if you want to and you can also volunteer for work. You can clean, you can cook, you can do any kind of job. So, we are now going to the langar hall where everyone sits together and eats. All these dishes are for the langar. And they are all brand new. So, if you like to volunteer to work at a gurdwara, this is where you can do the dishes and that is the area where you can cook for people. I don’t know what they are cooking but it smells amazing. We are back at the langer hall and the langar has started. So I just had langar and the food was amazing. And this was what I was talking about. These gurdwaras are feeding people twice a day, every single day. It’s commendable what they are doing because the government couldn’t do this. Inspite of the fact they have taxes and all the funds. So, I really appreciate and I really like this one thing about gurdwara, this concept of service. So now we are heading towards the complex that has these souvenirs or other things you can buy from these stalls. This is the complex that I was talking about. There are different stalls where you can eat, buy slippers and clothes and all sorts of stuff. Guys there’s a bad news, there is no offering here but I’m glad I had langar and the food was so good. And now it’s time to go back to India and leave Pakistan and this gurdwara. Definitely coming back. This trip has made me feel like I should come back and visit other cities of Pakistan as well including Lahore and Islamabad and Karachi. And the people are just so nice and polite. Karl: Now if you are like me and you can’t cross the border. You can come and actually see the border. The border is literally a couple of meters away from here. There is a look out point. You can’t see across into Pakistan but you can see, not the gurdwara but you can see the immigration check point that the Pakistan has built there. A bus will go from that check point and take people further to gurdwara. It’s about 4km from here to Kartarpur Sahib. Manu is coming back right now, here she is. How are you babe, all good?
Manisha: Yeah, did you enjoy waiting for me? Karl: Oh no, It was painful. I had to wait there for like 6 hours. Finally back. Let’s ask some question.
Manisha: Yess Karl: How was Pakistan? How was your experience? Manisha: Pakistan was really, really nice. It’s so clean and the people are so nice and polite and being a haryanvi, I am not even used to that but they were such nice, polite and soft spoken gentlemen. Karl: And was it different from India? Any big things you noticed? Manisha: The cleanliness was definitely a big thing and the language. The politeness, the mannerism we call it that That was different. Karl: Even I noticed the cleanliness when I was in Pakistan.
Manisha: Did you? Karl: Yes
Manisha: It was so, even though I just crossed the border but I can feel the difference. Like there is garbage everywhere here but there it is super clean, you will notice that. Karl: You’re right about that, totally right.
Manisha: Everything, the dishes even the dishes were brand new but like the ground and everything, the river. Karl: So the streets are cleaned and there are no stray animals right?
Manisha: Yeah Karl: And now a lot of haters gonna be on this video, whenever I make a video about Pakistan these crazy people commenting. Manisha: Yeah
Karl: What’s your advice to fellow Indians who are gonna comment the crazy stuff. Manisha: Well, there’s no advice for the crazy ones. They going to be crazy whatever you say. So it’s ok, i will let them be crazy. But to the sensible people, I’ll tell them the people in Pakistan are really nice, really, really nice. And don’t listen to media and politicians and use your own mind. Karl: So true, so true. And so in Pakistan were they curious about you as an Indian? Manisha: Yes. One of the guys was like, “What do they say about us in India?” And I was like, there’s different versions. The media definitely says something else but I am not going to say anything bad about you guys because you’ve been so nice to me. They told me I could come any number of times. I could come twice a month, twice a week it was all upto me and they would welcome me every single time. Karl: Now if you guys want all the information on exactly the process to visit the Kartarpur corridor, I have put a link on the description to my blog. Go and click that. It has every single detail you could ever want and everything you need to get here. The government website doesn’t tell you everything that I am telling you in the blog post. So, go and check that out. And ofcourse if you love work I do, hit that join button. Become a channel member and get a bunch of exclusive member only benefits. Long live India. And lots of love to Pakistan and I will be returning.

100 thoughts on “Sending My Indian Wife to PAKISTAN (Kartarpur Corridor & Gurudwara)

  1. Want to go too? Here's ALL the info you need https://blog.karlrock.com/how-to-travel-to-kartarpur-sahib-via-kartarpur-corridor/. If you're wondering, "What's wrong with her skin?" https://youtu.be/JlqFDKYDjmI.

  2. दिली तमन्ना है ये दोनो मुल्क एक हो
    पुरानी बातो को छोड़ना पड़ेगा ,नहीं तो कभी हम एक नहीं हो सकते हैं
    अच्छा लगा ,अपने सिख भाईयो के लिए गुरुद्वारा में देखकर
    Thanks Pakistan
    Thanks brother

  3. In this video right at 4:34 minutes the man standing with hands in his pocket is my Elder Brother. He is an immigration officer.

  4. i dont know why when anyone say about india and pakistan tears come in my eyes ,mere dada dadi g da desh aa pakistan pr pta ni kyun inj lgda jive koi 2 ske brother vichde hon kaash rabba koi aisa karishma kri k main apne dada g huna nu nal leke jawa te unha da oh ghar vekha k leke aawa jithe unha da saara parivaar vichdea c ,ajj jithe rende a uthe sade ghar kol maseeta ne sade dada g huna ne ajj b oh maseeta te trees nu katan ni dita kise nu k kaash ki pta koi apne parivaar nu labda kis mod te aaje rabba oh din dubara kise di jindagy ch dubara na leai

  5. She is right they are very polite and friendly I have lived with them in Dubai for months actually most of my flatmates were Pakistanis thats all true but let me tell you can't judge a person in jiffy you need to spend time with them, live with them then only you can frame a correct opinion. From my experience they hate India and Indians to the core they will always do small things which hurts your sentiments they will insist you to eat some prohibited food in the name of friendship, they will tell you that they have been with and slept with many Indian gfs, they will not leave any chance to either convert you to Islam or to read their scriptures. So don't teach people about Pakistanis without learning abt them in details.

  6. You know what the cleanliness that you just saw was only available at a cost of 20$ , it wasn't free of cost as you wish it should be in india

  7. after reading all the comments below i got to this point that the war is not between pakistan & india but it is between muslim & hindus so this war will never end until one of them is totally destroyed nobody scroll under this because there are some mean comments down there

  8. Dear pak aap log bhi india ayenge to pyar hi milega,hum sab middile class family se ate hai,hum peace oar belive karte hai baki media and polition dono amir ho chuki hai😡😡

  9. > Visited a site just made for tourism and earn money from Indians.
    > Declares "Pakistan" is clean.
    Well Pakistan is slightly bigger than gurudwara.

    >Talks to 8-10 people
    > Declares all of them are nice to Indians. Well the population is slightly more than 8/10.

    "Government feeds you lies"
    Propagating against Indian govt.
    Calling people who don't have the same point of view "crazy Indians".
    Ofcourse idhar ya udhar ki saari population nafrat nahi krti h ek doosre se
    Kuki hamare pass or bhi kaam h
    Par aise log videos bana kr ya news channels par baith kr instigate krte hai ek doosre k against.

  10. Secularism is one thing ( hypothetical)
    JEHAD ( reality) u can be killed by TERRORIST any time lady 😉 don't risk ur life

  11. So so so sacred place for Sikhs, Guru nankji saheb died here and spent his final days, how did these congress people gave this place to pakistan side,
    And even though so many years they didn't opened for indian people. Kuch bhi ho Narendra modi ke time mai hua hai..

  12. Very beautiful, by seing ur vedio its look like i had visited too,thanks for ur beautiful word,love from India🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳

  13. thank you for coming i hope in futures open the karachi oldest mandir you will come again hum apke liye dua go han rhank you

  14. Agar Humare politicians aur Media chutiya hai toh isme aam logo ki Kya galti. We the people from both sides are same in every possible manner sab peacefully jeene chahte hai pyar mohabbat k sath 🙏🏻

  15. Now show the same love for who you call Hindus also.
    There are many Indian temples in Pakistan that should be shown same respect.

    Please restore Sharda Peeth temple in PoJ&K also and allow Indians to visit their ancient ancestral deity.

    Unless Pakistan does that… Kartarpur is only to divide India between Hindus and Sikhs

  16. 12:57 about the hate you speak. Do you know how many terror attacks India has suffered from Pakistani jihadi elements?
    Pls check out 26/11 attacks.

    Understand the rationale and don’t teach Indians humanity.

    Whatever humanity you see in Pakistan is Indian culture which Islam has not managed to wipe out.
    They are all Indians with different degrees of Islamic brainwash.
    The Islamic clerics are the most bigoted and most hateful towards the Indians. The ordinary man less because which one is more Islamic? Cleric or common man?

  17. I m shocked bcz manisha said Pakistan is cleaner than india. I mean look at their population first. And secondly try to visit other cities there then compare their cleaning n mannerism.
    India is hundred times better than Pakistan and yes u felt overwhelming politeness from them bcz u belong to haryana…. If u were rajput from Rajasthan u won't disgrace indians abt kachra and tehzeeb. 4 km tak sab saf hi dikhega but never underestimate ur own soil without knowing it all

  18. Please both of you come to Pakistan visit it you will see how hospitable and welcoming we will be for our brother neighbours xx

  19. Beautiful video 🙂 Thank you , Karl and special thanks to Manisha for taking us through Kartarpur Corridor to Gurudwara 🙂

  20. I am a hindu
    Married to a Christian
    Visiting a Sikh shrine
    In a Muslim country
    That's true secularism

    Hats off to you great lady

  21. I'm not agreed with u manu. Because Pakistani will use this dollars for terrorism. If daily 5000 people will visit then pakistan will get 20X5000 = 1lc dollar daily . So this is an agenda of new pakistan . Say sorry for ur statement . Manu

  22. most welcome so please come again from lahore and see all pakistan and meet the people we are so polit and humble people

  23. It's our side who took the initiative so that peace prevails, despite we are facing a survival threat from a country bigger in size, economy, and army troops. Thanks, Karl for portraying the truth actually unlike the Indian media who shows every Pakistani as radical with the belief to kill the non-Muslims or Indians. We live just like any other nation studying in colleges then University and finally corporate offices. Just like RSS, we have few extremists who believe in hard power and honor to kill people who stood against them. Please let the peace prevail so we can spend over defense budget on social growth.

  24. Yes we Open our Door for All of You…..!
    Because we know how much you love and respect of ''Guru Nanak Sahib''
    only Love and Respect can make us comfortable.

    Proud to be Pakistani……Love to Humanity

    please respect & pray for Kashmir's Humans……!

  25. All Indians are welcome in Pakistan.Pakistan is Islamic country and that's what real Islam say us to protect minorities not the wrong Islam spread by some hypocrites.

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