Sindh Culture & Tradition Made By : AashirImran , BilalMunir , RabiahArif and Radia Zeeshan, FaizEjaz
Table Of Contents • Introduction • Culture • Clothing • Vehicles • Foods • Life Style and Language • Festivals • Songs
Introduction • Sindh is the fourth province of Pakistan and is a historical home for Sindhi’s. Its local name is “Mehran” and it has the title of Bab-ul-Islam. Sindh is separated by Balochistan with the help of River Indus
Clothing • Sindhi people wear shalwarkameez with traditional Sindhi cap and Ajrak of beautiful designs which are made locally. Punjabi men wear simple shalwarkameez. • Natural dyes are used to make ajrak. • Sindhi costumes have different styles of embroidery and some women use Ajrak as Dupatta.
Vehicles Sindh has trucks on which are decorated by truck art.
Foods Mostly packed masalas are used for cooking foods. The traditional Sindhi foods are very delicious and spicy. In Sindhi weddings mostly food items are Sindhi mutton, PalakChannaDal and curry.
Life Style and Language • Sindhi people speak Sindhi language which is their ancient language and wear traditional Sindhi dresses. The Sindhi dresses reflect their culture and traditions.. The people of Sindh are very creative and hardworking. The Handicrafts made of Sindhi people are Unique and are famous all over of their world for their different style.
Festivals • TEEJARI • MAKAR SAKRANTI • HOLI • AKHANDI • Diwali • CHETICHAND • NAAG PANCHAMI • Sindh Festival