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Pir Mangho

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The Urs of famous Sufi Pir Mangho i.e Haji Syed Sakhi Sultan took place once in a year. The shrine of his is located at Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. The urs marks the death anniversary of Pir Mangho. In Dhu-al-HIjjah the Islamic month this event took place. This Urs completely differs from the more extensively known Sheedi Mela. In Karachi, it is the ... Read More »

Chand Raat in the city of Lights

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Chand Raat the night of enjoyment, It is enjoyed in almost every part of Pakistan in a very traditional way. Even in the city of lights that is Karachi this night has a significant importance and this night is among does nights that cannot be ignored. During chand raat Karachi turns in the most blissful, lively and heavenly city. All ... Read More »

Mendi Craze in Chand Raat

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Muslims after the month of Ramadan enjoys Chand Raat, which is usually declared by the Mufti’s after sighting the moon and announces the Eid. In Pakistan, the trend of chand raat is celebrated from earlier times. Pakistanis are crazy about this night. They come out with their family members for shopping, eating or just for outing. Mendi Craze in Chand ... Read More »

Bangles shopping in Chand Raat

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Chand Raat is an occasion that enhances the charm of buying bangles and applying Mehndi on hands, girls are mostly crazy about both of these and this craze increases more mainly on chand raat. During this unforgettable night girls flock towards the beautiful stalls organized in numerous markets in the last hours of chand raat. Buying of glittery bangles, jewellery, ... Read More »

second day of Eid

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Eid–ul-Fitr is an occasion to celebrate and commemorate the ending of Ramadan in a traditional way. This event has significant importance in the life of Muslim as this Eid comes after the Holy month of Ramadan. Muslims after 30 days of fasting enjoys this Eid with their loved ones. With much passion and enthusiasm the occasion of Eid is celebrated ... Read More »

Chand Raat

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Chand Raat, the night of silvery moon, is the most expected occasion for all the Muslims. Chand Raat is the event that is celebrated with traditional occasion and cultural passion for searching new moon that indicates the conclusion of blessed Ramadan and beginning of Eid-ul-Fitr. Chand Raat is celebrated and enjoyed by everyone in their own specific style but chand ... Read More »

Basant Festival

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Basant festival is celebrated on the onset of spring season every year in Pakistan. Basant is also known as Jashan-e-Baharan that means festival of spring. To celebrate basant people fly kites and welcome the spring season and this festival can be named as kites’ festival as well. This festival is usually celebrated in the February. Many people set up their ... Read More »

Rafi Peer Theatre

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Theatre has been an essential element of the Pakistani Culture for long. From the times when Pakistan was a mere infant, theatres have survived to tell stories and to entertain their audience. From Agha Hassan’s  Inder Sabha to Sadat Manto  and to the comedies of Umer Shareef, theatre has strived to maintain its rightful place in our society. However, with ... Read More »

Animal Buying-Eid ul Azha

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Time of Festival of Sacrificing and the Excitement of the Animal Buying The animal buying occurs in Pakistan at very large scale at the time of Eid-ul-Azha because in Eid-ul-Azha animals are sacrificed in the name of God by worldwide Muslims, it is a festival of Muslims. The animal buying happens in almost every city of Pakistan because Pakistan is ... Read More »

Eid-ul-Azha

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In every country there are some customs and some festivals which are usually based on the festivals that are part of the major religion followed within the country. Same is the case with Pakistan which is a Muslim country and all the common festivals celebrated in Pakistan are the one that are part of Islam. One of these Islamic festivals ... Read More »

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