Culture

Exploring Jhal Magsi  

By: Syed Ansaar Ahmed Shah People know about Jhal Magsi through the exhilarating yearly event housed in fall season when the sunsets are glorious, weather is genial and the desert-like terrain accentuates the aura unique to Balochsitan. The land is a natural paradise for desert safari. Jhal Magsi is to Pakistan what Dubai is to the United Arab Emirates. The small rural establishment is ...

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Quetta: Girl’s Degree College conducts a multi-cultured food festival

QUETTA: Girl’s Degree College Kawari road Quetta conducted a day multi-cultured food festival on Thursday. The Balochi, Sindhi, Pashto, Saraiki and Gelgati cultures along with their delicious food stalls were arranged to make the premises of the college glinting. The overall attractive arrangement represented a charming look of the cultures from a different indigenous societies that have been living in ...

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The historical aspect of Chokundi graves

By: Kambar Baloch  The renowned historical graves of Chokundi located at Suni Shoraan, Hub Choki, Lasbela, Malir Balochistan. Some of graves by Chokundi are spotted in few areas of Sindh such as, Karachi, Haiderabad, Meer Pur Sakaro, Sonda, Gajjo, Tharbia, Dadoo and Sewen Shareef. Historians did many researches and analysis over these graves. As far as chronicles records are concerned, ...

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The last visit of Professor Jean Francois Jarrige to Balochistan (Quetta & Mehrgarh)

By:  Ayub Baloch It was early February, 2005.  We were heading to Mehrgarh. Seated in the car with me were Professor Jean Francois Jarrige, the famous French archaeologist and Mrs. Kathien Jarrige. Both were full of feelings and fear. An unusual impression of dismay was evident from their faces. During the travel they talked but with interludes. Sometime the pause ...

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Baloch Culture Day celebrated at UET Khuzdar

 By: Ubaid Zehri KHUZDAR: As Baloch culture day is celebrated each year on 2nd March across Balochistan and many parts of the Pakistan with many cultural events.  Similarly, on this 2nd March Baloch Culture Day was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm at Balochistan University of Engineering and Technology by the Students, faculty members and administrative officials A cultural walk ...

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Kapesi: The hidden beach of Gwadar

By: Suleman Hashim Kapesi Beach in Gwadar is a gem of a place for tourists. The sight of setting sun is mesmerizing here. It’s a unique place for visitors and people from all over Pakistan come here with their families to enjoy its natural beauty. It’s a blissful refuge from the routine burdens of life. People start gathering here in ...

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Ghulam Husain Showaz, as a Modern Classist

By: Anisa Manzoor  It is true that every literature has been represented  by their own taste and nature which are done by every others writers ,poets, translators  and any other way to show their literature same the case with Balochi literature where the great ,the most impressive writers poets translators and dramatist  who has given a great contribution to their ...

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The relation between Lyari and music

By: Durr Bibi Ishaque Lyari is the most famous area of Karachi, the capital of the Sindh, Pakistan. It is the most densely populated town of city, and it was also called ‘’wild south’’ few years back. Wild side of Lyari is most apparent one, which is well known to world. The Lyari gangwar is of more than 40-year-old. When ...

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The Shepherd: A Picture of Balochistan

By: Hammal Mir Every society is full of different problems as many people settle with their mutual needs, desires and creeds in an area. Researchers, writers and other field experts are providing their professional services to facilitate the people and paying heed to solve the existing problem of the society and assist the individuals towards prosperity and ease. Different methods ...

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Lok Virsa to hold Children Summer Camp in Punjabi & Brahvi Languages in July   

  ISLAMABAD: Encouraged by the tremendous success of the first two summer camps held in 2015 & 2016, the National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa) is pleased to announce its “Children Summer Camp 2017 in Punjabi and Brahvi Languages”. It will take place from 5th to 31st July 2017 at the beautiful surrounding of Lok Virsa Heritage ...

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