Clad in Sindhi traditional costumes, humming Sindhi folk songs and dancing to drum beats, the old, the young, the youth and the elderly men and women poured onto streets across the province to celebrate Sindh culture day.

Girls in traditional Sindhi dresses, present a tableau during a ceremony outside Karachi Press Club. — ONLINE
Girls in traditional Sindhi dresses, present a tableau during a ceremony outside Karachi Press Club. — ONLINE
Snake charmers take part in a rally on Sindhi Topi Ajrak Day. —ONLINE
Snake charmers take part in a rally on Sindhi Topi Ajrak Day. —ONLINE
People celebrate Sindhi Topi Ajrak Day, in Dera Allah Yar. — ONLINE
People celebrate Sindhi Topi Ajrak Day, in Dera Allah Yar. — ONLINE
Women dance on traditional Sindhi songs to celebrate Sindhi Topi Ajrak Day outside Karachi Press Club.—
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Women dance on traditional Sindhi songs to celebrate Sindhi Topi Ajrak Day outside Karachi Press Club.— ONLINE
People dance on traditional Sindhi songs on Sindhi Topi Ajrak Day. — ONLINE
People dance on traditional Sindhi songs on Sindhi Topi Ajrak Day. — ONLINE
People dance on traditional Sindhi songs on Sindhi Topi Ajrak Day. — ONLINE
People dance on traditional Sindhi songs on Sindhi Topi Ajrak Day. — ONLINE
A car decorated with the Sindhi topi. — ONLINE
A car decorated with the Sindhi topi. — ONLINE
Students present a tableau.— ONLINE
Students present a tableau.— ONLINE
Children wear traditional Ajrak and Sindhi caps.— ONLINE
Children wear traditional Ajrak and Sindhi caps.— ONLINE
A vendor sells Sindhi caps in Sukkur. — ONLINE
A vendor sells Sindhi caps in Sukkur. — ONLINE
Students dance on Sindhi folk music during Sindhi Cultural Week at a school in Hyderabad. — ONLINE
Students dance on Sindhi folk music during Sindhi Cultural Week at a school in Hyderabad. — ONLINE
Students pose for a group photo. —ONLINE
Students pose for a group photo. —ONLINE

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Aisha
Dec 08, 2014 03:02pm
Our Culture , Our People , Our colors , ,,, True Colors of Pakistan
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Sh
Dec 08, 2014 04:05pm
Beautiful colours of my beautiful homeland. Long Live Sindh
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Kamran Abbasi
Dec 08, 2014 04:38pm
Beautiful Culture of Great People
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NAS
Dec 08, 2014 05:26pm
The beautiful colours of my beautiful country--Pakistan! Lots of love from Chitral.
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Dr Carla
Dec 08, 2014 05:44pm
This is the beauty of Pakistan. Pak would be one of best countries in the world if they chose right path, unfortunately they went in wrong direction, most of native Pakistani culture has been destroyed deliberately
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Dr Ramcharan
Dec 08, 2014 05:47pm
Long Lost Indians brothers.. itne saalo baad bilkul bhi nahi badle
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sindhi
Dec 08, 2014 05:49pm
Culture unites us. Politics divides us. Long live the culture.
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sindhi
Dec 08, 2014 05:53pm
Culture unites us. Politics divides us. Long live the culture.
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Niaz Wassan
Dec 08, 2014 07:13pm
This is the healthiest activity I have ever seen in my living history of Sindh. I think it is not about colours but the message of love and peace behind it. I think it should continue and be celebrated on even wider scale to promote love and peace in the country and in the region.
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amit
Dec 08, 2014 09:18pm
I hope Pakistan will be able to keep it up. I doubt because Pakistan has intolerance for diversity.
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Mansoor
Dec 08, 2014 10:14pm
Long live Sindh... Long Live Pakistan... Jeay Sindh!
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saraz
Dec 09, 2014 12:48am
Colors of love and beauty. Long live sind.
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sid Noonari
Dec 09, 2014 12:55am
Long Live Sindh, JeaySindh
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pakistani
Dec 09, 2014 01:11am
Beautiful Sind Lovely colors of Pakistan.
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N. Siddiqui
Dec 09, 2014 01:19am
@amit More tolerant than what the Indian media shows, full of hate and verbosity. Huge difference between perception and reality.
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supremacy
Dec 09, 2014 07:25am
beautiful colors of my beautiful homeland
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ashok
Dec 09, 2014 11:39am
Great scenes of Sindhi culture being celebrated. Keep it up.
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ayazali
Dec 09, 2014 02:56pm
i would like to highlight that , this is total conspiracy to destroy the culture of sindh and sindhis. This is not the actual culture and traditions of sindh, which is shown by these media houses/institutions, who are paid for it. Womans and girls are dancing and dancing . . this is not the history . .
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Shah
Dec 09, 2014 03:02pm
Pakistan is a very diverse country with different beautiful laguages, dresses, skin colors, food cultures and local surprises for anyone who care to discover this majestic country from the vallies and snow covered mountains of Himalayas, to the green plains of Eastern-Pakistan, to the desters of the south-east, to the wastness of the western parts and the clear blue waters and white sandy beaches in the south.
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Deepak
Dec 09, 2014 03:34pm
Jeay Sindh Jeay, Sindhi Topi -Ajrak wara Jeaan...
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XYZ-Indian
Dec 09, 2014 04:06pm
really nice,
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Shazzay
Dec 09, 2014 06:37pm
Minus Terrorist, we are Beautiful people & have Beautiful Land :)
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Shazzay
Dec 09, 2014 06:39pm
@amit Not Pakistan, You would say Some Lunatics have intolerance. We 95% are United, Have Tolerance for Our Fellow countrymen.
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Shazzay
Dec 09, 2014 06:40pm
I am gonna buy Ajrak & A Sindi Cap As soon as i go back to my Homeland. Yayyy
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Ashish Mittal
Dec 10, 2014 10:58am
Very Nice Beautiful Pics. Congratulation and best wishes from Hindustan :)
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Indian
Dec 10, 2014 02:07pm
Very Good Culture!!!
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Vibhu
Dec 10, 2014 04:30pm
It beats United Color of Benetton in western fashion. Ethic designs trace roots in Indus Valley Civilization. These are unique to this region alone and are not found with Central Asia or Saudis. Pakistan can develop good commerce over it by its garment industry.
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Sunshine(USA)
Dec 10, 2014 05:11pm
Very nice !!
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Amit
Dec 10, 2014 06:41pm
If I had not read ahead what this event was about before watching the slides, I would have easily mistaken them being from India.
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Shrirang, Navi Mumbai
Dec 10, 2014 10:14pm
I am extremely happy to see Pakistani folks enjoying, Never seen in any newspaper.
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An Indian
Dec 11, 2014 09:29am
Looks very beautiful and colourful. This is the beauty of Pakistan. This can be made a big global tourist attraction and Pakistan can earn huge foreign currency by promoting tourism globally. I hope Pakistani people will celebrate life everywhere in Pakistan with peace and happiness. A happy and prosperous neighbour is always good for India.
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