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Progressive women organize bonfire to celebrate cultural day

By Sawan Khaskheli
BADIN: The progressive women of district Badin have organized an even of bonfire to celebrate Sindhi cultural Day at local marriage hall Badin on the other day.
The bonfire event was organized under the slogan “The evening in the name of flood affected community” by Soormi Development & Women Society Badin in collaboration with Human Rights Forum Pakistan which was participated by large number of the women, children, journalists and citizens to highlight the Sindhi culture, history and heritage.
The participants of event demonstrated unity and expressed solidarity with the people affected by recent flood in district Badin.
While addressing the participants of the event, speakers including Abida Marvi Samoon, Zeenat Chandio, Najma Ansari, Nazish Fatima, Mehrunissa, Sadaf Kerio and others underlined the importance of promoting education, women emancipation, respect for rights of minorities and fighting against extremism.
Speakers at the event bonfire highlighted Sindhi culture and called for spreading love and demonstrating unity among the masses saying that Sindh is the land of Sufis, who propagated ever peace and love.
The participants including women were attired in colorful traditional dresses to highlight their culture when men and children were donning the cultural dresses with Sindhi topi and Ajrak, the traditional block-printed shawls to spotlight the centuries-old rich culture of Sindh.
When, Tanweer Ahmed Arain, Haji Mehmood Ghuman, Ghulam Nabi Kario, Attaullah Memon, Abdul Majeed Metlo, Muzfar Shaikh and others while addressing the participants of event said that culture day of Sindh also contribute to promote the value of our cultural heritage among new generations adding that Sindh province can be developed through the ensuring quality education to our young generation.
Other hand, dancing participants were seen absorbed in the melodies of Sindhi folk songs sung by the Sindhi local singers including Balach Hyderi, Abdullah Aakash, Hamid Rajpur and others.
On the occasion women and young girls also presented tableaus, songs and delivered their speech to highlight the importance of the Sindhi culture.

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