Pakistan and India have opened a new bus route linking the two countries. On Sunday held a trial run buses between Amritsar and the Pakistani indmyskim Lahore. It is expected that the bus route length of about 50 kilometers will always work in 20 days of December. Buses will run in both directions twice a week. Regular bus service will link two major cities of the former principality of Punjab, now divided between India and Pakistan. This will be the third bus route between the cities of neighboring countries. Currently, there is regular bus service between the cities of Lahore and Delhi and between Pakistani and Indian Muzaffarabad Srinagar, while the second route passes through the territory of the disputed state of Jammu and Kashmir, and they have the right to use only the Kashmiris. Opening of new transport links between India and Pakistan, the authorities of both countries is considered as an important step in the process of normalization of bilateral relations, which began between the two countries rivals about a year ago. Earlier it was planned that the route will begin in mid-October, but its opening was delayed because of the devastating earthquake of October 8. It is expected that major new route passengers will be representatives of the Sikh community of the two countries. Sikhism was born as a religious reform movement in the XV century in the Punjab. In 1947 during the partition of British India area of Punjab was divided between India and Pakistan, and many Sikh shrines appeared on Pakistani territory, while most of the Sikhs – the Indian. Today in India, Sikhism profess to about 15 million people.