Culture of Pakistan: Punjab Villages & Culture
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Culture of Pakistan: Punjab Villages & Culture

Rāwalpindi : Pakistan | Nov 01, 2009 at 10:02 PM PST
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Punjab is the largest province of Pakistan by population.The Population of the Punjab is 56% of total Population of Pakistan.There are 36 Districts in Punjab province of Pakistan.Punjab shares its part in economy of Pakistan 50 to 60%.Literacy rate in Punjab is 38 %/.Punjab is famous all over the world for its strong of effective culture.Villages of Pakistan are root areas where from this renowned culture prevails.People are of good and harmless nature.They respect their tradition and do according with traditional norms.Punjab alway played a important role in the history of Indo-Pak.Punjab was divided in two parts in 1947 one part to India and other to Pakistan.People of Punjab like gathering and prefer to calibrate every event of life.Punjabi poetry in every acsent of Punjabi is common in Punjab.Punjab is rich in this term of literature,Sufis of Punjab added much more in Punjabi literature.Lahore is provincial capital of Punjab and famous for its recreational activities.Peoples of Lahore are famous all over the world due to their calibration of the Basant Event and their love for fun.Five rivers of Punjab are life line for the agriculture of Punjab.In basic units of cultures,villages,People are very kind and sympathetic with each other.They participate in grief and happiness of each other.They welcome their guests with open arms.Peoples sits late night to tell the traditional tales like Hir Waris Shah and Saif ul Maluk.Punjabi Music is also full of every color and line of Music as Punjabi of Pakistan has a good taste of Music.Lahore and some other cities of Punjab are of much more importance for Sikh Community of India,As Nankana Sahib a district of Punjab is birth place of founder of the Sikh religion.Sikh from all over the world visit Punjab,Pakistan every year.As a agricultural Province Punjab plays vital role in economy of Pakistan.In Lahore city historically Badshahi Mosque and Jahngir tomb are of much more importance.Data Sb in Lahore is sacred place for people of Punjab & Pakistan.Many visitors from all over the world visit Data Sahib every year.Some other well known districts of Punjab are Sargodha,Rawalpindi,Bhawalpur,Gujrat,Faisalabad,Gujranwala.Peoples must visit Punjab & Pakistan to enjoy various cultural colors of Punjab Pakistan.now a days silent river of punjab are showing ferocity as flood is hitting every corner of punjab

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