A large number of Sindhi community purchased Topi and Ajrak from local markets to celebrate the Sindhi Cultural Day on December 1 (today).
Sindhi Cultural Day is being celebrated across the province on Sunday with rallies taken out in different cities and towns.
Thousands of people including men, women and children dressed in the cultural attire poured on the streets in the rallies.
Several political parties including Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Qaumi Awami Tehreek (QAT).
Sindh Taraqi Pasand (STP) and other parties organized similar rallies.
Each year, Sindhis in Pakistan and elsewhere celebrate Sindhi Cultural Day on the first Sunday of December.
Several seminars and programs have been organized in this regard.
People also danced to the tunes of Sindhi songs as they moved in the rallies in Qasimabad and Latifabad talukas.
Every square inch of the city was brimming with people dancing to the tunes of the cultural songs.
In the evening, events for intellectual discourse were organized by different groups and non-governmental organizations, while Sindhi news and entertainment channels organized cultural and musical events to celebrate the day.
The shopkeepers of Shahi Bazaar, Resham Gali, Pakistan Chowk, Royal Road and other tehsil markets told that they had brought for one year season stock which has been sold out within a week time and they have ordered for more, which could not have been received yet due to the shortage of Topi and Ajrak in the whole sale markets.