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Photos: In Kashmir, Muslims help Hindu pilgrims trek to holy site

Every year, Hindu pilgrims trek to the Amarnath Temple, through rocky pathways that snake around the mountains.

Pilgrimage in Indian Kashmir resumes as many missing from floods

Thousands of undeterred Hindu pilgrims reached the traditional Nunwan base camp south of the shrine

Muslim pilgrims stream out of Mecca for hajj high point

The crowds, capped at one million including 850,000 from abroad chosen by lottery, are the biggest at the hajj since 2019

Saudi welcomes 1 million for biggest hajj pilgrimage since pandemic

One million people, including 850,000 from abroad, are allowed at this year's hajj

South Korean shrine celebrates designation as international pilgrimage site

The Vatican dicastery recognized the Haemi Catholic Martyrs’ Shrine as an international pilgrimage destination on March 1, 2021

India allows Sikh pilgrimage to Pakistan after COVID-19

There are an estimated 20,000 Sikhs left in Pakistan after millions fled to India following the religious violence ignited by partition

Photo gallery: Faith amidst the pandemic

Central Philippine town of Oslob welcomes the 2021 Jubilee Cross and pilgrims amidst government COVID-19 restrictions of movement of people.

Korea’s Catholics remember martyrs with plays, prayers

This year marks the 180th anniversary of the Kihae Persecution in 1839, one of the harshest persecutions of the Joseon Dynasty

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