Karachi, 5 December 2022 (TDI): Sindh Culture Day was enthusiastically observed throughout the province and the rest of the nation. Every December, the first Sunday, is designated as a holiday.

Ambassadors from the Middle East also joined the celebrations and highlight the importance of cultural harmony. They also described how enriched the culture of Sindh is.

The Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Pakistan, Hamad Obaid Al-Zaabi also took to Twitter on the occasion of Sindh Culture Day.

He stated, “Sindh has a diverse and integrated culture, the Sindhi people have created a peaceful and tolerant society. Emirates wants peace and prosperity for brotherly Sindhi and Pakistani people”

He wore a Sindhi Topi and Ajrak to commemorate the Cultural Day. To showcase the centuries-old history of the Sindh valley, numerous cultural, governmental, and non-governmental organizations held conferences, rallies, and seminars on this occasion.

Putting on traditional clothing such as the Sindhi topi and Ajrak; the traditional block-printed shawls, helped to highlight the region’s long history and rich culture.

Both Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and President Arif Alvi congratulated the people of Sindh on the celebration of their cultural day. According to the President, Sindh is a representation of love and peace.

President of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi, stated that “the major inspiration for us comes from our Sindhi culture and is humility and affection for others.”

In his message, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif said: “Today is the culture day of Bab-e-Islam, Sindh, a day to highlight the beauty of one component of the federation.”

Many individuals bought the customary Topi and Ajrak to commemorate the day, including political activists, leaders, members of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), students, workers, villagers, associations, and workers.

On Sindh Culture Day, the Chief Minister of Sindh, Syed Murad Ali Shah said that this day teaches us to appreciate all traditions and practices without prejudice.

A well-known Sindhi cultural festival is Sindhi Cultural Day. It is observed with the customary zeal to highlight Sindh’s illustrious, centuries-old culture. Every year, on the Sunday of the first week of December, the day is observed.