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Siblings Reunite at Kartarpur Corridor After Indian Partition Divided Them 75 Years Ago

© Photo : Twitter/ video screenshotSiblings Reunite at Kartarpur Corridor After Indian Partition 75 Years Ago
Siblings Reunite at Kartarpur Corridor After Indian Partition 75 Years Ago - Sputnik India, 1920, 23.05.2023
The Kartarpur Corridor is a visa-free border and a religious pathway linking two significant Sikh shrines - Gurudwara Dera Baba Nanak in India's state of Punjab, and Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, near Lahore in Pakistan.
A heartwarming reunion between a long-lost brother and his sister, who were separated during the Partition of India 75 years ago, took place at Gurdwara Darbar Sahib (Pakistan), thanks to social media.
On Monday, Mahinder Kaur, 81, and her family travelled from India to the gurdwara through the Kartarpur Corridor, and 78-year-old Sheikh Abdullah Aziz and his family arrived there from Pakistan-administered Kashmir.
The two families had discovered through a social media post that Mahendra and Aziz were long-lost siblings who had been estranged since partition in 1947 at the end of British colonialism, when the subcontinent was split into India for the Hindu population, and the newly formed Pakistan for the Muslims.
The reunion, for which the siblings had waited three-quarters of a century, was accompanied by hugs and tears of joy, not only for Mahendra and Aziz but for their families who were also present.
According to media reports, Sardar Bhajan Singh's family from India's Punjab state was tragically separated when Aziz relocated to Pakistan-administered Kashmir and the rest of the family remained in India.
Aziz has been tireless in his attempts to reconnect with his family.
The video of their reunion has gone viral drawing a lot of reactions from the netizens.
"Brings tears to my eyes. Especially for those who remained separated from their loved ones until the end of their lives. I pray for all of them. This is so beautiful to watch," one user wrote.

"Wish politicians of both countries would let there be peace and harmony for once, and lost families can meet each other like this," another remarked.