Sharing hope for harmony in Pakistan
Almost 200 Shia lives have been lost in the past two months of 2013 due to a rise in sectarian violence in Pakistan.
Observers say the government is being severely tested in its ability to protect Shias - a group which comprises nearly 20% of the population.
But this tide of hatred has left many pockets of Pakistan untouched, where blood ties are stronger than religious divides.
BBC Urdu's Saba Eitizaz reports.
- From the section Asia