The Sindh Festival was held to display the different products of arts and crafts of Sindh and to encourage the local people in their great skills in a different field. The objects were the specialities of the culture of Sindh, which are the Ajrak, the traditional Sindh Cap, Cushion’s purses, bags, cradle for bat and many other objects of domestic use: Most of the object were hand-made with.
Some people correlate Holi festival with Holika, the sister of Hirnakashyap, mythological father of Bhagat Prahlad. Recently evolved festivals. Sindhi Cultural Day, Sindhi cultural day is an annual festival celebrated in Sindh by Sindhis and across the world by the Sindhi diaspora; Literary festivals. Sindh Literature Festival.
February 6, 2014; Arts and Entertainment; As the Sindh Festival is well underway, moving smoothly from its grand launch in Moenjo Daro, that impressed some with its 3D laser show and scandalized others with its semi-clad dancers, to Karachi, where it has taken over the huge expanse of the Ibn-e-Qasim park where a Festival City featuring.The Sindh Festival 2014, the much awaited cultural extravaganza, has turned out to be one of the most hyped events as its promotion had started almost six weeks prior to the event. The Sindh Festivel finally began on Saturday, 1 st February, near the ruins of Mohenjo-Daro with a lavish opening ceremony which was hosted by Sheheryar Munawar Siddiqui and Humaima Malik.The Sindh Festival 2014 is not a beacon of hope; it is a reminder of just how far behind we are lagging. Perhaps it is because of my deep Sindhi roots, my familial history and my life experiences.
All the reports covering the events showcase the fab of elite-grooming, glam of outclass studios and cinemas, shine-on model girls adding a bit of cultural Sindhi Ajrak in their mini-skirts to justify the name Sindh festival. We, the common middle-class people, can see no signs of what actually Sindh is, with its people, its perception, traditions and with its slums.Read More
In this Thursday, Jan 30, 2014 photo provided by Bilawal House, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, third from left, visits the site of Sindh Cultural Festival in ruins of Mohenjodaro.—AP Photo.Read More
Sindh is located on the western corner of South-central Asia, bordering the Iranian plateau in the west. Geographically it is the third largest province of Pakistan, stretching about 579 km from north to south and 442 km (extreme) or 281 km (average) from east to west, with an area of 140,915 square kilometres (54,408 sq mi) of Pakistani territory. Sindh is bounded by the Thar Desert to the.Read More
Hence, a Sindhi Cultural Festival is a compound of folk dances, music and cheap entertainment for local people. Lifestyle People of Sindh are more inclined towards an agricultural based lifestyle. The fertile Indus Plains provide a valuable source of income for the local people who practice farming on these lands. Inland fishing is also practiced along the Indus River in Upper Sind providing.Read More
Sindh Fashion Festival. 1.2K likes. The Sindh festival will be hosting a two-day fashion extravaganza. Two days of catwalks and couture. Two days of models and masters of the art of fashion.Read More
Sindh Festival. 32K likes. A celebration of all things Sindhi, from Sufi raag to art, to fashion, film and everything in between. Seeks to protect, preserve and promote our heritage.Read More
The area of present-day Sindh province was the centre of the ancient Indus valley civilization, as represented by the sites of Mohenjo-daro, Amre, and Kot Diji.This early civilization existed from about 2300 to 1750 bce.There is then a gap of more than a millennium before the historical record is renewed with Sindh’s annexation to the (Persian) Achaemenid empire under Darius I in the late.Read More
Sindh has the 2nd highest Human Development Index out of all of Pakistan's provinces at 0.628. The 1998 Census of Pakistan indicated a population of 30.4 million. Just under half of the population are urban dwellers, mainly found in Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkur, Mirpurkhas, Nawabshah District, Umerkot and Larkana. Sindhi is the sole official language of Sindh since the 19th century. According to.Read More
KARACHI: The three-day Sindh Literature Festival (SLF) kicked off at the Beach Luxury Hotel on Friday with Sufi singer Abida Parveen’s live performance that created euphoric ambience in which.Read More
Sindhis are a Sindhi speaking socio-ethnic group of people originating from Sindh now a province of Pakistan. Today Sindhis that live in Pakistan are predominantly Muslim but there are also smaller minorities of Hindus and Christians. After the Partition of India in 1947, a large number of Indian Muslims(Muhajirs) flocked into Pakistan and settled in the prosperous Sindh region. At the same.Read More