Jagannath Temple, Sialkot

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Jagannath Temple, Sialkot
Jagannath Temple, Sialkot is located in Pakistan
Jagannath Temple, Sialkot
Jagannath Temple, Sialkot
Location within Pakistan
Coordinates 32°29′50″N 74°32′10″E / 32.49722°N 74.53611°E / 32.49722; 74.53611Coordinates: 32°29′50″N 74°32′10″E / 32.49722°N 74.53611°E / 32.49722; 74.53611
Country Pakistan Pakistan
State/province Punjab
Primary deity Jagannath
Architectural styles Hindu temple
Number of temples 1
History and governance
Governing body Pakistan Hindu Council
Website http://www.pakistanhinducouncil.org/

The Jagannath Temple in Sialkot, Pakistan, is dedicated to the Hindu God Jagannath.


The temple was built in the city's Paris Road area in early 2007 with a special grant of 200,000 rupees from Punjab Chief Minister Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi.[1] The special grant was given through the minority MPA Joseph Hakim Din due to the efforts of Hakem Ratan Lal Bhagat, Member of the District Peace Committee of and the participation of the Hindu community of Sialkot.

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