Kharlzada Kasrat Rai, 37, began his trip from Karachi on June 7, travelling through Iran, Iraq and Jordan on foot. He arrived in Mecca on October 1 to a hero's welcome.
Kasrat Rai was received by Saudi government officials and a representative of the holy Kaaba's imam in addition to members of Mecca's Pakistani community and supporters from various Muslim countries.
The two-time holder of the World Record for Peace Walks told Al Arabiya News that the aim behind his almost three-month journey was to deliver a "message of peace" to the world and to "condemn terrorism at all levels".
"I want peace in the world, equality, and a union of the Muslim Ummah like the European Union," he said.
In 2009, he walked 327 kilometres from Lahore to Islamabad in 14 days.
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