01 August, 2014 / Shawwal 4, 1435

Yes, its still Eid in Pakistan

Photos by agencies.

A customer, left, takes part in an egg fighting in Quetta, on Thursday, Sept 1, 2011. The egg tapping game or egg fight is a traditional  game in some parts of Pakistan and neighboring Afghanistan. The rule is to hold a hard-boiled egg and tap eggs of other participants to break them but to keep your own undamaged.
A customer, left, takes part in an egg fighting in Quetta, on Thursday, Sept 1, 2011. The egg tapping game or egg fight is a traditional game in some parts of Pakistan and neighboring Afghanistan. The rule is to hold a hard-boiled egg and tap eggs of other participants to break them but to keep your own undamaged.
A group of Afghan refugee children pose for a picture while celebrating the second day of Eid, in a slum on the outskirts of Islamabad.
A group of Afghan refugee children pose for a picture while celebrating the second day of Eid, in a slum on the outskirts of Islamabad.
People at a fairground enjoy a ride to celebrate the second day of Eid in Karachi.
People at a fairground enjoy a ride to celebrate the second day of Eid in Karachi.
People at a fairground enjoy a ride.
People at a fairground enjoy a ride.
A man is silhouetted against the sun as he goes through a dumping ground for recyclable material in Karachi.
A man is silhouetted against the sun as he goes through a dumping ground for recyclable material in Karachi.
People watch a dance performance by a man who celebrates Eid in Karachi.
People watch a dance performance by a man who celebrates Eid in Karachi.
People dance to celebrate Eid in Karachi.
People dance to celebrate Eid in Karachi.

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