Sindh celebrates Sindh Culture Day

Cultural exhibitions held; chief minister to inaugurate official Sindhi encyclopedia.


Express December 04, 2010

KARACHI: Sindh is celebrating the ‘Sindhi Topi Day’ or Sindh Culture Day today (Saturday) with a colourful display of culture on the streets of the province.

Chief Minister Sindh Qaim Ali Shah has announced a provisional holiday on this occasion.

The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has also announced its support for the Sindh Culture Day and will be celebrating at the party’s headquarters, Nine Zero, reports Express 24/7 correspondent Shehryar Mirza. Awami National Party (ANP) will also be celebrating the day.

According to Mirza, a rally has been organised in Karachi which will be taken out from Regal Chowk and will go all the way to the Press Club, where Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) representatives will be speaking to the media.

Different cultural exhibitions are taking place across the city and Sindh Chief Minister will also be inaugurating the official Sindh encyclopedia.

The Sindhi Cap is regarded as one of the most essential parts of the Sindhi culture and is usually offered to guests, along with a traditional Sindhi Ajrak, as a token of respect.

COMMENTS (5)

Nazar Ali Unar | 10 years ago | Reply Its really so seweet and good to enjoy the sindhi topi days in karachi city, v are really enjoying and to celebrate SINDHI TOPI and AJRAK day and also we are very happy to see every sindhi to participate and celebrate Sindhi day. My all prayers with my SINDH DHARTI may mitti like mother. Thanx all Sindhi people for celebrating Sindhi Topi and Ajrak day.
Umeed ali memon | 10 years ago | Reply we are very happy and enjoing to day with celebrate for SINDHI TOPI AJRAK and we are happy also the participating the other peoples of sindh we are pray for this 'SAEEM SADAEEM KAREEN MATHAY SINDH SUKAR DOST MITHA DILDAR ALAMU SABHU ABAD KAREEN;; GA my mother SINDH ALL Ways.........
VIEW MORE COMMENTS
Replying to X

Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive.

For more information, please see our Comments FAQ