Amritsar, Dec 11 (ANI): A gaggle of 179 Hindu devotees left for a pilgrimage in neighbouring Pakistan from Amritsar metropolis of Punjab. The pilgrims will probably be paying obeisance at Krishna temple, devoted to Lord Krishna, in Lahore. The pilgrims can even be visiting a cluster of temples of the Mahabharata (an historic and revered Hindu epic) period at Katasraj in Chakwal district of Pakistan. Yearly, Hindu devotees go to shrines in Pakistan in batches. Organiser of the pilgrimage, Shiv Pratap Bajaj, mentioned that the restrict on the variety of pilgrims must be elevated. Hindus consider the tears of Shiva, Hindu god of destruction, fell within the pond on the Shiva temple at Katasraj after the dying of his spouse Sati. A devotee, Dakshaben B. Naik, was delighted to be lastly heading for the pilgrimage. The devotees supplied prayers on the Sikh shrine of Golden Temple earlier than lastly leaving for his or her journey. The pilgrims will return on December 16.