A Sikh 'jatha' from India will leave for Nankana Sahib in Pakistan on November 27.
They will leave ahead of the auspicious occasion of Guru Nanak Dev's 551st birth anniversary.
Sikh 'jatha' will leave from Punjab's Amritsar today.
This year, the 551st birth anniversary of the Sikhism founder will be marked on November 30.
Speaking to ANI, a 'jatha' member and devotee, Laxman Singh said, "We will pray to Guru Maharaj to end this COVID-19 pandemic, so that we can also visit Kartarpur Sahib freely."