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The Last Ten Days of Ramadan

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Ramadan is a month of blessing. Allah showers his countless blessing on his followers in this month. It is stated by our holy Prophet (PBUH) that, “If any Muslim comes out of Ramadan without gaining exoneration and kindness, he is a genuine loser” (Ibn Hibban and At-Tabarani). In the life of Muslim the last ten days of Ramadan are of ... Read More »

Importance of Ramadan

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Ramadan the month of glory and the most valued month in the Islamic Calendar. To fast in the month of Ramadan is obligatory for all Muslims as it is the forth pillar of Islam. The magnificent book of Islam that is Quran was also revealed in the holy month of Ramadan. Lailatul Qadr the night of power also comes in ... 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

rafi peer theatre

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 »

Donkey Cart Race

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Karachi is known as unique and fascinating place for visitors and residents by having different colors of life present here. That is why Karachi is known as Mini Pakistan as the residents of this city belongs to almost every part of Pakistan. One can witness different languages spoken here. Different cultures representing different colors and it can also be seen ... Read More »

Doodh Pilai

doodh pilai

Wedding is a ceremony to celebrate the wedlock of bride and groom. In all cultural this ceremony has great importance. Not only bride and groom but also wedding ceremony brings the two families very close to each other. Every culture has its own customs and ways to celebrate wedding ceremonies. Pakistan is a very rich country in culture and rituals. ... Read More »

Election Passion 2013

election passion 2013

Finally, the day has arrived for all political parties and their workers and for the voters too. 11th May’s sunrise will drive the nation towards polling stations to cast their votes. According to Election Commission, total number of polling stations in Pakistan is 69,729 where 86,162,639 registered voters will cast their votes. We can visibly see people preparing to cast ... Read More »

Rasm-e-Mehndi

rasm-e-mehndi

Rasm-e-Mehndi or Rasm e Hina and all the practices and customs involved in a Punjabi wedding overflow with the richness of culture. The liveliness and merriment of a Punjabi wedding makes it different from weddings of other culture and this unique celebration can only be enjoyed in weddings of Punjab. Experience from every moment of these weddings is joyful. Well! You ... Read More »

Baraat in Pakistan

baraat in pakistan

Baraat in Pakistan is the most important function of a wedding without which the wedding is incomplete. Every province has their own rituals and celebrations of Baraat and Punjabis are at the top of celebrating this function. On this day two families are bounding with each other for the whole life as they are giving their precious gift means their ... Read More »

Walima in Pakistan

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Walima in Pakistan, the second day of the wedding ceremony is fixed for another joyful event. This sweet and enjoyable gathering can be arranged in the banquet hall or at the groom’s home. The main event of this blissful ceremony is the lunch or dinner meal that is offered by the groom’s parents to the bride’s parents and relatives. The ... Read More »

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