PAKISTAN'S MAGIC

CULTURE OF PAKISTAN

The society and culture of Pakistan (Urdu: ثقافت پاکستان‎ — S̱aqāfat-e Pākistān) comprises numerous ethnic groups: the Punjabis, Kashmiris,Sindhis in east, Muhajirs, Makrani in the south; Baloch and Pashtun in the west; and the ancient Dardic, Wakhi, Baltistani and Burusho communities in the north. These Pakistani ethnic groups have been greatly influenced by many of the surrounding countries', such as the Turkic peoples, Persian,Arab, and other South Asian ethnic groups of the Subcontinent, Central Asia and the Middle East.


FESTIVALS OF PAKISTAN

  • Basant, this festival celebrate in start of spring by kite-flying.
  • 23–26 February, Pakistan Flower Show, Karachi
  • 23 March, Pakistan Day, an official Holiday.
  • 1 May, Labor Day, an official Holiday
  • 5 February, Kashmir Day, an official Holiday
  • 30 June, Bank Holiday
  • 14 August, Independence day, official Holiday
  • 6 September, Defence day
  • 11 September, Quaide Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah Died
  • 9 November, Iqbal Day, official Holiday
  • 25 December, Quaid-e-Azam Day(the birthday of Quaid e Azam) & Christmas Day, Official Holiday


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SIMILARITIES BETWEEN PAKISTAN AND INDIA

People of India and Pakistan seem as though they are very similar. Think about it, we all think that they have the same religion, being Muslim and Hindu. They have the same diet, mostly vegetarian. The both of them are from an area that is remotely close, so what is the big deal of saying that they are the same? Well, actually there is a big deal. For one Poland and Italy are close on the map, and an Italian person would not want be mistaken for being Polish, and Polish people would not want to be called Italians. But that is not the only reasons, many would argue that the Partition (the splitting of India by the British at the time of Independence), is the cause for the mutual differences, I too would agree that this is a good place to start, as far as what happened to cause this turmoil. The question has also been asked prior to my research, why India has a great democracy, while Pakistan is a “basket case”.
I found many similarities within the two, such as they started at the exact same time, August 14, 1947. The two of them inherited British civil service architecture, a local government system, and a British railroad system for communication and transportation. Also they both had a strong political class, due to the struggle for independence from Great Britain. Both countries were a combination of semi-autonomous regions with a number of spoken languages.


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