Sindh Culture Day is being celebrated with zeal and zest across the province.
Various cultural, government, and non-government organizations are holding seminars, rallies and conferences on the occasion of Sindh Culture Day.
Donning cultural dresses with Sindhi topi and ajrak, the traditional block printed shawls to spotlight the centuries-old rich culture.
A large number of people including political workers, leaders, NGOs, students, labourers, villagers, associations, and workers were purchasing the traditional Topi and Ajrak to mark the day.
However, President Arif Alvi also shared a sweet message on this occasion with his picture wearing a Sindhi Ajrak and Topi.
“A pleasure to celebrate #SindhiCultureDay I am proud of this thousand of years old civilisation of my province. The culture is not only Sindhi Ajrak and Topi which are great & beautiful symbols, but also of profound hospitality,” he wrote in his tweet.
A pleasure to celeberate #SindhiCultureDay I am proud of this thousands of years old civilisation of my province. The culture is not only Sindhi Ajrak and Topi which are great & beautiful symbols, but also of profound hospitality. pic.twitter.com/UMaTVsimlO
— Dr. Arif Alvi (@ArifAlvi) December 6, 2020
On the other hand, Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, in his message on the eve of Sindh Culture Day; has said that Indus civilization is the crown of Pakistan and Sindh’s Culture is in fact a message of unity and harmony. The PPP Chairman said that this was the Day of Youth who is the real heir of this rich heritage.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that the rich music or cultural dance of Mehran valley has given the arts a new colour and there was a need to learn how to make our cultural activities a platform for the promotion of our social as well as economic activities as well.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that diversity of cultures, religions, ethnicities, and creed is the new nomenclature of modern peace and harmony.
He also extended heartiest congratulations to all those celebrating the Sindh Culture Day in the four provinces, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Islamabad.