Culture, Norms and Tradition of Pakistan
Every country has their own traditions, norm, customs, traditions, ethics and values related to the people of a country. Their characters are the unique individual personified antiquity, reliance, language and surroundings of that country. Similarly, Pakistan’s cultural outlines speak rich cultural ethnicities and heritages.
The human intellectual achievement regarded collectively of Pakistan seeks its influence from the cultures of India, Central Asia and the Middle East. Though Pakistan is an independent country with widespread of rich cultural heritage. The culture of Pakistani culture changes from one condition widely from Punjab and Sindh to Baluchistan and Khyber Pakhtun Khwa.
No doubt Pakistan is rich with the colourful culture themed and with different spectacular cultures within the same country makes it more astonishing country. If we talk about the religion than officially Pakistan’s origin based upon the religion and is known in the world as the “Islamic Republic of Pakistan”. Religion ‘Islam’ has played a crucial and vague importance in relation to the development and success of creating or innovating else role in shaping cultural life and has provided a pattern for form (an object) out of malleable material lives according to the prescribed ways. The greater number of people of Pakistan are, however, are the followers of Islam. There Islamic beliefs from generation to generation varies but at the same time some national and international ethics, norms and values as well with the traditions found a way in our lives that have now become a part of Pakistani cultures heritage. Subsequently, the festivals celebrated in Pakistan are greatly respected in Pakistan which flows customs with an embedment route found in different areas.
The festivals that spontaneously The festivals that are celebrated in the Muslims religions are illustrated according to or depending upon the Islamic Lunar Calendar that may occur before 10 celebrated each year with great zeal and enthusiasm by the Muslims in Pakistan are Shab-e-Qadar, Shab-e-Barat, Shab-e-Miraj, Eid-ul-Fitr, Eid-ul-Adha, Milad-un-Nabi, Youm-e-Ashura etc. Whereas some of the national occasions and events are also celebrated nationwide around the country on a special day.
Such as, Pakistan Day, Defence Day, Independence Day, Iqbal Day, and Quaid e Azam day. There also takes place other Cultural Ceremonies & Festivals within the country in which Urs, Lok Virsa Mela, Jashn-e-Baharaan, Kalash Festivals, Chand Raat, Polo Festival at Shandur, Sibi Mela, Mela Chiraghan, Marriage occasional events, different kinds of shows related to animals like Horse & Cattle Show, Sindh Festival and Urs.
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