Recently in 2016, a Jain temple was demolished in Lahore (link to news).
There were about 15 Hindu temples standing in Lahore city when partition took place in 1947. Krishna Temple has still got its structure in this legendary bazar. Besides Krishna Temple, Valmiki Temple is the only functional temple in Lahore. Mahadev Mandir, Doodh Wali Mata Mandir and Jain Temple are the other famous temples of the historic city.
Deep within the walled city of Multan, there is a Jain temple. Even before we entered the main room of the temple we could hear a humming sound of children reciting the Quran, memorising it. Inside the hall there were rows of mats with small tables in front of them where children had placed their copies of the Quran, rhythmically moving back and forth as they recited their lesson.
According to historians, Rawalpindi before partition was a very diverse town; home to people from many faiths, such as Sikhs, Hindus, Parsis, Muslims and Jains. Even today, one can see the mark left by these old communities in various parts of old Pindi. The Bhabhar Khana is one such place, surrounded on all sides by Bhabhra Bazaar. The word ‘bhabhar’ is associated with Jain traders and merchants who lived in this neighbourhood before partition. The Gazetteer of Rawalpindi from 1893-94 puts the Jain population of Rawalpindi at more than 5,000. It is said that most of the Bhabhars in Rawalpindi were well-to-do and used to live here, but migrated to India after partition.