Sindh cultural day observed in Margalla Festival
ISLAMABAD: A 10-day Margalla Festival organised at Art and Craft village is in full swing and Sindh cultural day was observed to provide recreation and entertainment for the people of twin cities.
The traditional cultural heritage of Sindh was exhibited at the festival including cultural shows and music from different parts of Sindh.
People from the twin cities and other surrounding areas throng the scene of Margalla Festival and enjoyed performances of different folk artists.
People amused by the prominent Sindhi folk singer Karim Faqeer. Famous folk singer from Sindh, Deeba Kanwal performed Sindhi songs and received great appreciation from audience.
Another Sindhi folk music icon, Wahid Bakash entertained the spectators with his performance.
Sindh Cultural day at Margalla Festival was also participated by Administration Member Munir Ahmad Chaudhry, Sports and Culture Director General and other officers of the Authority. On Punjab Day, the visitors enjoyed their favourite colourful cultural events of Punjab, while people of all age groups were amused by the prominent cultural group ‘Jhoole Laal’.
A renowned singer, Mulazim Hussain, who earned great name fame in a music competition in India, performed before huge audience. The people were further excited by the traditional Punjabi Dance ‘Luddi’.
The famous folk singer from Hazara, Afshan Zabi performed in Hindko, Punjabi, Saraiki and Pashto and received great appreciation from audience.
Another Punjab folk music icon, Gulshan Jehan entertained the spectators with her melodious voice.
Speaking on the occasion, Chief Guest and Planning and Design Member Syed Mustafain Kazmi, said, “On the direction of CDA Chairman Syed Tahir Shahbaz, this mega cultural event has been arranged, which is representing culture of all provinces including Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir.
Syed Mustafain Kazmi also appreciated the efforts of CDA Sports and Culture Directorate for organising such a big cultural event.
He said that beautiful cultural colour of provinces provide ecstasy to the visitors in the beautiful environment of the federal capital.
He said the people from all walks of life are visiting the cultural festival to enjoy the culture of their choice.
In Margalla Festival, June 4, would be dedicated to Baluchistan culture and renowned cultural group Leva dance group, Akhtar Channal, Jahngir Khan and other artist will entertain the audience with their melodious voices.
An exclusive show on Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan culture would be presented on June 6, whereas June 7 would be celebrated as Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa day. Concluding ceremony of the festival would be held on June 9.