mztaylor88 / Animal Print Jacket




mztaylor88 / Animal Print Jacket




mztaylor88 / Animal Print Jacket

Pakistan, a country located in southern Asia, shares the borders with Afghanistan, China, India and Iran, is an Islamic state deep in a rich culture. If you've ever been to Pakistan, you must have seen the great variety of cultures and traditions that give a very colorful and exciting view. But one thing that all cultures here in Pakistan have in common is the unsurpassed and heart-warming hospitality that the people show from all regions and corners of the country.

Of the many beautiful traditions that occur here, one of the most common presents presents to each other, especially for guests from abroad. Guests from abroad are treated with utmost zeal and warmth and the Pakistani people are proud to make their guests feel at home and are keen to welcome them with open arms. There is a rich tradition of calling each other & # 39; House. If it is invited to a Pakistani home, it is custom to bring a small gift to your host, such as flowers, fresh water or chocolate. It is considered a real label for not opening the gifts upon receipt. The gift should also be presented by the guest with both hands.

In addition to presenting gifts when calling a Pakistani house, it is also common to present gifts at weddings to the bride and groom, usually clothes, ornaments or small jewelry. Birthdays and occupations are twice celebrated with much gusto, just as they are celebrated worldwide, with a rich tradition of presenting the birthday girl / boy with presents. It is also considered customary for the parents of a newborn baby to distribute sweetmeats among relatives and friends.

This tradition of presenting guests with sweets and gifts is unreasonably a beautiful tradition that still prevails among the Pakistani people. The Pakistani community is well knit with the people extremely close to each other according to the spirit of their religious beliefs.

Two of the most important occasions that Pakistanis are celebrating are the religious occasions. Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Azha. Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated as the end of 30 days continues fast during the Ramadan month. People pay visits to each other during these two most important religious celebrations and it is common to change candy, bangles, henna and other such custom gifts.

In connection with Eid-ul-Azha, all Pakistanis exchange holy flesh and distribute it among poor people as well. Apart from this, it is common for pilgrims going to Hajj (pilgrimage) to Mecca to retrieve holy water and dates for their friends and family, both of whom are returned because of their connection with the holy earth (Mecca is considered a holy place by Muslims worldwide). In fact, it would not be wrong to conclude that the exchange of gifts is probably one of the most common traditions in Pakistan. It is an exercise etched so deeply into the culture that it has formed pretty much the most important part of it.