Explore Buddhist Religious places in Pakistan

Buddhist Religious places in Pakistan

Buddhism in Pakistan took source some 2,300 years since under the Mauryan king Ashoka. Buddhism has performed a vital position in the history of Pakistan the land of which over time has been part of mostly Buddhist domains such as the Indo-Greek dynasty, the Kushan authority, the Maurya authority of Ashoka, the Pala authority.

In the year 2012, the National Database and Registration Authority of Pakistan (NADRA) intimated that the current Buddhist population of Pakistan was insignificant with 1,492 adult holders of national identity cards (CNICs). The entire community of Buddhists is, consequently, strange to be more than a few thousand. In 2017, the number of Buddhist voters was stated to be 1,884, and they are mostly focused in Sindh and Punjab.

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