< ![endif]-->These pictures depict the culture of Pakistan. Pakistan has a very deep and expanded civilizing tradition. Every province of Pakistan contains its own exclusive ethnicity and customs. Growing globalization has amplified the power of Western society in Pakistan, particularly amongst the well off, who have effortless contact to Western products, TV, channel, and foodstuff. We can imagine the diversity of Pakistan from the fact that there are snowy mounts in the north, sunlit seashores in the south, and an extensive range of physically and ethnically appealing sites somewhere else. There are a lot of metropolitan areas all over Pakistan; excluding one of the greatest recognized is the town of Peshawar. Lahore was the enriching hub of the Mogul territory, which hyped it with mosques, palaces and gardens. It is the second-largest city in Pakistan and the capital of Punjab. Spices and curry are necessary ingredient of every Pakistani recipe. Wheat and flour foodstuffs are regarded basis of the every day eating habits, and the appliance of pickles, sauces and chutneys along with seafood, lentils, curry, and vegetables and are the reason Pakistani cookery has such a distinctive taste.
There is no class system in Pakistan. There are a broad range of graphic art illustrations, including hand painted clay possessions, the hand drawing for batik products, and block printing called Ajrak, which is famous for it’s in originality in Sindh. Glassy ceramics with hand painted creativity is widespread all over the country. There are lots of dance and music performance arts in Pakistan— music and dance are prepared in the both traditional and folk variety. Inhabitants of Pakistan celebrate basant, Pakistan day, Muslims living in Pakistan rejoice the two eids and other holy festivals. People of other religion commemorate their respective festivals.Girls put mehndi on shaadi's and on the two Eid's!!!