Pakistani Festivals

Pakistani Festivals

Pakistani Festivals

Human beings form a culture of living and etiquette. Their civilization and culture contain individual colors. Colors are the identity of a nation. In the mirror of civilization and culture, the beliefs, ideologies, customs, language, and specific activities are indicated. Our beloved country Pakistan is a country that includes the color of different cultures and civilizations. An example of this is a colorful bouquet. Although each flower has its own unique status, it cannot be separated from the bouquet in any way. Apart from Pakistan’s Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Azad Kashmir, the agencies have separate living standards in various tribal areas. This uniqueness is due to their oral dress and customs being different from each other.

The unity of Islamic ideology has given them pro in a series. The sharing of faith and ideology has created such a strong bond between them that they appear to be one despite their differences. Pakistani culture includes the color of all of them. Islamic festivals and traditions play a major role. In religious festivals

  • Shab-e-Baraat
  • Night of Ascension
  • Eid al-Fitr
  • Eid-ul-Adha
  • Ashura Day
  • And the celebration of Milad-un-Nabi is of special importance.

Folk Heritage Festival

The National Institute of Folk Heritage was established in Islamabad for the promotion and protection of human civilization and culture. A folk festival is organized in the first week of October every year. This festival lasts for one week. In this festival colorful ceremonies are organized and artisans of different provinces of Pakistan are exhibited. Which gives an opportunity to know the culture and civilization of each province.

 Cattle Show

Pakistan is basically an agricultural country. The majority of this country is engaged in agriculture. A large number of people Keep cattle of high breed and sheep and goats. They also serve commercial purposes and are a source of entertainment for a variety of livestock. Pakistan’s largest cattle festival is held every year in the last week of February in Lahore, the heart of Pakistan. In this festival people from all parts of Pakistan bring high breed animals for exhibition. People from different countries of the world also participate in this festival which can be guessed from this.

Shandor’s Polo Sword

The northern areas of Pakistan are called the tourist paradise. The beautiful and charming area of ​​Shandor is also included among them. For the past eight years, polo has been known as a traditional sport in the valley, where polo matches are played every year from July 7 to 9 between the traditional rival teams of Gilgit and Chitral. Shandor is located at an altitude of 3721 meters above sea level, making it the highest polo ground in the world. Not only people from all over the country gather to watch this match. But also tourists come from different parts of the world to watch this match with gusto.

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