Nishat Linen, a leading Pakistani textile brand, has opened its new outlet at the Kartarpur corridor. The outlet is located at the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib complex. Moreover, it will offer a wide range of Nishat’s products, including bed linen, towels, and home décor items.
In a heartening development, Nishat Linen, a prominent Pakistani textile brand, has inaugurated its latest outlet at the Kartarpur corridor. It is Nestled within the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib complex. This outlet boasts an extensive array of Nishat’s offerings, encompassing bed linen, towels, and home décor items.
The Kartarpur Corridor is a 4.7-kilometre (2.9 mi) long corridor that connects Dera Baba Nanak Sahib in India to Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan. The corridor was opened in 2019 by Imran Khan. Moreover, it has been hailed as a symbol of peace and reconciliation between the two countries.
The opening of the Nishat outlet is a significant development for the Kartarpur corridor. It is the first major Pakistani brand to open an outlet in the corridor and is expected to attract more visitors to the area.
The outlet is expected to be a popular destination for Sikh pilgrims from India. They will be able to purchase Nishat’s products as souvenirs of their visit. The outlet will also be a valuable resource for local residents. Moreover. they will now have access to a wider range of high-quality textile products.
The opening of the Nishat outlet is a positive development for the Kartarpur corridor. Additionally, it is expected to contribute to the economic development of the area.
In addition to the new outlet, Nishat Linen has also launched a special Kartarpur corridor collection. The collection features a range of bed linen, towels, and home décor items. However, everything is inspired by the corridor’s rich history and culture.
The Kartarpur corridor collection is now available for purchase at the new Nishat outlet at the Kartarpur corridor.
So if you are a fan of Nishat Linen or a history lover, Kartarpur is offering more than peace and tranquility to its visitors now. Visit now and get the first souvenir from the spiritual land!