Customs & Traditions of Pakistan


The customs, culture and traditions of the people of a country are characteristic of the antiquity, reliance, language and surroundings of that country. Similarly, the cultural outlines of Pakistan speak of our rich cultural heritage and ethnicities. The human intellectual achievement regarded collectively of Pakistan seeks its influence from the cultures of India, Central Asia and the Middle East. Pakistani culture change from one condition widely from Punjab and Sindh to Baluchistan and Khyber.

Islam has played a crucial importance in relation to the development or success of something 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. However, the greater number of people of Pakistan are followers of Islam and Islamic beliefs from generation to generation yet at the same time some local and foreign customs and traditions found a way in our daily lives and have now become a part of Pakistani culture. Subsequent are some of the main festivals greatly respected in Pakistan and the customs that are entrenched with these festivals.

Muslim religious festivals are illustrious according to Islamic Calendar (Lunar Calendar) and may occur some 10 days earlier each consecutive solar year. Following are some of the main believing in a religion festivals celebrated in Pakistan: Shab-e-Barat, Shab-e-Qadar, Shab-e-Miraj, Eid-ul-Adha Eid-ul-Fitr, Milad-un-Nabi, Ramadan, Youm-e-Ashura Birth Rites, and Funeral Rites etc.

Some national thing that happens or takes place, especially one of importance are also observed and celebrated around the country on numerous days of national importance such as, Pakistan Day, Independence Day Defence Day, Air Force Day, Iqbal Day, and Quaid e Azam day. Some other Cultural Ceremonies & Festivals of Pakistan are Lok Virsa Mela, Urs, Basant or Jashn-e-Baharaan, Kalash Festivals, Chand Raat Polo Festival at Shandur, Norouz Festival, Silk Route Festival, Sibi Mela, Mela Chiraghan, Marriage Ceremonies, Horse & Cattle Show, Urs, and Sindh Festival.

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    SMAAZ 10 / Feb / 2019

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