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CULTURE OF PAKISTAN

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Humaira Shahab

on 13 February 2013

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Dates of independence- CULTURE OF PAKISTAN Dolmen Mall Clifton Architecture Bin Qasim Park Karachi Park Towers, Karachi Supreme Court of Pakistan Shalimar Garden Lahore Badshahi Mosque Lahore Mazaar-e-Quaid Karachi BASANT INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS WEDDINGS RAMADAN EID SOME PAKISTANI FESTIVALS Kulfi Sweetmeats Kheer Gajar ka Halwa Parathay Sajji Paaye Curry Mutton Karhai Sarson ka Saag and
Makai ki Roti Biryani PAKISTANI
CUISINE Lassi Sevaiyaan Jalebiyaan Barbeque Chapli Kebab Football Popular
sports Polo Cricket Famous Folk
Singers
Of Pakistan Shazia Khushk Ataullah Khan Esa khelvi Arif Lohar Reshma Sabri Qawwal Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Dolls Wood Carving Bangles Hand Made Carpets Sindhi Topi Aftaba Pottery Of Multan Salt Lamps Bread Baskets Handicrafts
Of
Pakistan Traditional
Pakistani
Attire Traditional dress TRUCK
ART Minar e Pakistan Lahore Mazar e Quaid, Karachi Lahore Fort, Lahore Badshahi Mosque, Lahore Faisal Mosque, Islamabad Shalimar Gardens, Lahore Supreme Court, Islamabad Dolmen Mall, Karachi Habib Bank Plaza, Karachi Bin Qasim Park, Karachi NUSRAT FATEH ALI KHAN SABRI QAWWAL ATAULLAH KHAN ESAKHELVI SHAZIA KHUSHK ARIF LOHAR RESHMA ALLAN FAQIR ABIDA PARVEEN SQUASH POLO KABADDI CRICKET Hockey FOOTBALL BIRYANI MAKAI KI ROTI AND SARSON KA SAAG PAAYE NIHARI CHAPLI KABAB BAR-BE-QUE FRIED FISH SAJJI PARATHAY GAJAR KA HALWA JALEBI KHEER/FIRNI MITHAI KULFI SEVAIYYAN LASSI Thank
You! THE OBJECTIVES OF OUR RESEARCH WERE:
~To explore the rich cultural heritage of Pakistan
~To identify the rich and diversified attributes of our Culture
~to be proud of our Culture WHAT IS CULTURE?
Culture is a system of beliefs, values, and assumptions about life that guide behavior and are shared by a group of people. It includes customs, language, and material artifacts. These are transmitted from generation to generation. WE ARE PROUD OF OUR CULTURE! CULTURAL HERITAGE OF PAKISTAN
The land where the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is situated today had been a seat of world’s leading Civilizations from the time immemorial.
No other country of the world can produce the treasure of by gone days as can be found in Pakistan. It is now incumbent upon us to treasure our national heritage Indus Civilization
This land also witnessed the glorious era of Indus civilization about 8000 years B.C. Their agricultural land IS known for the cultivation of maize and wheat, together with polished stone tools, beads and other ornaments, painted jars and bowls, drinking glasses, dishes and plates.
Gandhara Civilization
Pakistan is the land which attracted Alexander the great from Macedonia in 326 B.C., with whom the influence of Greek culture came to this part of the world. During the 2nd century B.C., it was here that Buddhism was adopted as the state religion which flourished and prevailed here for over 1000 years, starting from 2nd century B.C., until 10th century A.D. During this time Taxila, Swat and Charsaddah became three important centres for culture, trade and learning. Hundreds of monasteries and stupas were built together with Greek and Kushan towns. It was from these centres that a unique art of sculpture originated which is known as Gandhara Art all over the world.

Islamic Period
The light of Islam penetrated in this part of the world as early as 712 A.D from the west with the Arab General Muhammad bin Qasim and during the 10th century A.D from the north with the Turk Sultan Mahmud of Ghaznah ( better known as Mahmud Ghaznavi).

Islam replaced the early way of life of worshipping idols and introduced new philosophy of faith in one God. With Islam in came a new culture in this land from Arabia and Central Asia. Hence, a new type of architecture, was introduced. Tens of thousands of Mosques, Madrasahs, tombs and gardens were created by the Muslim rulers all over the Sub-Continent. The new style of Islamic architecture prevailed and matured in this land for over a thousand years.

LETS START EXPLORING...... YUMMY! wow! amazing art!
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