When India and Pakistan gained freedom from the British nearly 75 years ago, the Muslim population on the Indian Punjab drastically reducing from 33% to 0.5%.
Most mosques were either destroyed or abandoned.
Now since Pakistan opened a special corridor for Sikhs to visit their holy sites in Pakistan, the goodwill is being returned.
In a number of villages, the majority Sikh population is helping revive mosques left abandoned seven decades ago due to the migration or killing of Muslims.
Last June, a Sikh family from Jitwalkalan village donated its ancestral land to build a mosque for a small number of Muslim families living in the Sikh-dominated village.
The mosque is now in the final stages of construction.
It is one of more than 200 mosques being renovated in the region.