This film depicts the famous shrine at Hasan Abda near Rawalpindi in Pakistan. The word "Panja" in Punjabi means an "outstretched palm" from the word "Panj," meaning "five." The shrine is thus called because the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev ji, left his handprint that can still be found on a boulder at the Gurdwara. The film provides the audience with a description of the shrine and details on how to travel to it. Also included are highlights of some of the beautiful experiences of people who've visited the shrine.
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