From the sound of live sitar and tablas in the hotel to the green lawns and fountains outside, Aizzah is mesmerised by her surroundings in the capital city.

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Follow the digital voyage, daily with NYC based writer/actress Aizzah Fatima, as Blog presents her series of Video Logs of her tour to Karachi, Islamabad, and Lahore.

Her tour encompasses performances with Pakistani artists as well as conducting workshops on writing and acting at National Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA), Indus Valley Institute of Art and Architecture (IVS), School of Writing, and Arts Council of Pakistan among others.

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Syed Rehman
April 16, 2013 6:00 pm
Great blog entry today. So happy to see Aizzah bringing her God given talents to Pakistan.
April 16, 2013 8:43 pm
Oh my gosh, it was so funny to see your video clips about your trip so far. I can actually hear you giggling like crazy at everyone there. I am glad you are having fun and making a difference. Lots of hugs!
Shafqat Ali
April 17, 2013 6:59 am
Well! End of the day all will remember the contribution for portraying the soft image of the land. If you go through the surrounding of the city .There are more local artists who use to play their instrument according to demands ( SHADI/Weddings, Festivals at Shrines etc). Restoration and re-activation of indigenous music resources along with famous beats must be promoted through your fruitful information dissemination. I hope its great cause to contribute for the betterment of existing cultural means. Best of Luck! Shafqat
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