Pakistan is a country rich in traditional values. The abundance of cultural norms and diversity is what makes Pakistan special.
Pakistan celebrates Sindh Culture Day every year on the first Sunday of December and this year was no different; from literary to political organizations, political and religious, and governmental organizations celebrated the Sindh Culture Day on Sunday, December 03, 2017.
Also known as ‘Aekta jo ddihaarro’, the Cultural Day highlights the ever-green cultural values of the province. Let’s have a look at how Twitter reacted to the cultural-fest.
— Nuaman Ishfaq Mughal (@NuamanM) December 4, 2017
Sindh, the beautiful.
— Ashfak Azar (@AshfakA) December 4, 2017
Much-needed break after the Faizabad Dharna.
Nice to see dancing and ajrak and Sindhi topi after the horrific scene at Faizabad. Jeeay Sindh. #SindhCultureDay
— Ayesha Ijaz Khan (@ayeshaijazkhan) December 4, 2017
Pakistan is beautiful because of the cultural diversity.
All these beautiful cultures collectively make Pakistan as beautiful as It is! ❤
— Farhan Saeed (@farhan_saeed) December 3, 2017
The land of ancient civilizations.
#SindhCultureDay #Sindh has a 5000 year old culture which is a celebration in itself, the #Ajrak symbolising the sun , moon and stars and Sussi produced on handlooms from the time of the ancient #Moenjodaro civilisation. pic.twitter.com/GMte4lLEEv
— Sabena Siddiqi (@sabena_siddiqi) December 3, 2017
#SindhCultureDay May this province remain to be Pakistan's bastion of multi-culturalism, pluralism and spiritual wealth.
— Nadeem Farooq Paracha (@NadeemfParacha) December 3, 2017
Sindhis are known for their hospitality.
Trust me the hospitality we Sindhi provide anyone is nowhere ?#SindhCultureDay
— Sorath (@Sorathehe_) December 3, 2017
Benazir Bhutto was the true Ambassador for Sindhi culture.
— BilawalBhuttoBenazir (@BBhuttoBenazir) December 3, 2017
Sindhis; lovely people.
— salma jafar (@Chiltan) December 3, 2017
Sindh definitely has a rich heritage.
Happy #SindhCultureDay to all. Sindh has always been a cultural hub of Civilisations and has rich heritage that is cherished by all.
CR: Abdul pic.twitter.com/NRMQcud03e
— Discover Pakistan (@PakistanNature) December 3, 2017
Selfies and dance won’t do.
On this special Moment of #SindhiCultureDay ,We will take Some Essential & Tough decisions for betterment of Beloved Motherland rather than Just take Selfies, Dancing, or Photo sessions. We have to Growup now,& should think ahead for our Coming Generation #SindhCultureDay pic.twitter.com/YX5OtiFVT0
— Hemoo Mangi ?? (@RaahiHeman1) December 3, 2017
As colourful as it gets.
— Fehmida Riaz (@fehmidariaz) December 3, 2017
Nothing matches the Ajrak.
— CrossCheckWdOT (@CrossCheckWdOT) December 3, 2017
From commoners to National Assembly Members, everyone celebrated the day with traditional fervour.
We are the heirs of a civilization over 6000 years old, and take pride in our rich culture and our unique identity. Proud of our heritage and inspired by our history! Happy Culture Day! #SindhCultureDay #Ajrak #topi pic.twitter.com/Ld337OzDwq
— Shazia Atta Marri (@ShaziaAttaMarri) December 3, 2017
Sindh’s embroidery is spectacular.
— Muhammad Yaqoob (@yaqoobm) December 3, 2017
This is pretty special.
— Ashfak Azar (@AshfakA) December 3, 2017
Sindh is the land of iconic poets and spirituality.
Sindhi culture is deeply rooted in spirit of peace and love for humanity. Great poet of Sindh Shah Latif's poetry promote the message of universal peace. I wish a very happy Sindhi culture and unity day to every peace loving human being on earth. #SindhCultureDay ?
— Farhan Mallah (@FarhanMallah1) December 3, 2017
We hope that Sindh remains to be the hub of traditional norms and cultural heritage.