Festivals of Pakistan

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Festival of a country shows the culture norms and traditions of that country. Many festivals are celebrated in Pakistan. Islamic Festivals are Eid ul Fitar, Eid ul Azha and Eid Milad ul Nabi. Eid ul fitar is celebrated after the month of Ramadan. People anxiously waited for Eid they buy new clothes and shoes and other accessories. Children are very happy and receive their Eidi from elders. Women Cook different foods at home.

After its two month Eid ul Azha is celebrated in the memory of Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S). We recall His great sacrifice. Muslims altar animals like Cow, Sheep, Goat and Camel for Allah. The meat is distributed among friends, relatives and poor ones.

Eid Milad ul Nabi is celebrated in the Rabi ul Awal. Our Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) came in the world in that month. Muslims get that festival like an Eid because for the Muslims point of view their actually Eid on that day. Houses and streets are decorated.

Basant is celebrated in spring season. People wear yellow dresses and fly kites and cook delicious food and enjoy themselves. 

Independence Day is celebrated on 14th August. Flags are hosted on the buildings and streets are decorated with small flags. Children wear white and green dresses. On that morning national anthem is sang by the soldiers with parade. All of these festivals are celebrated in Pakistan with great emotions and heartedly.

Besides festivals the language and dresses also shows the culture norms and traditions of Pakistan. Different languages are speaking in Pakistan. Punjabi in Punjab, Sindhi in Sindh, Pashto in Khyber Pakhtoon Khwah, Blochi in Blochistan and Kashmiri in Kasmir etc. In Punjab Shalwar Qameez is wear. In Sindh Shalwar Qameez with Sindhi cap is wear. In Baluchistan Chador is wear with Shalwar Qameez. These different dresses also show Pakistani culture.

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