A lot of people want to travel to Muslim countries because of the culture and traditions we have. Pakistan is unique because it blends together different civilizations
Pakistani culture is enrich in traditions and has its deep roots in the history of this region and certainly, it stands alone in recognition. Pakistani people and society is the unique pattern of belief, ideas, values Islam is not only merely a set of beliefs but also complete code of life. People of Pakistan draw their most of ethics standards from the Fiqaa (Code of conduct in Islam).

Pakistan has many subcultures as it the core of different races. It has four provinces

- Sindh
- Balochistan
- Kashmir

The inhabitants of each province has distinct cultural values which make them different from other groups of the society but these sub cultural groups too spend their life according to the teachings of Islam, therefore we can say that Pakistan has Islamic Culture.

People of Pakistan are very hostile and hardworking. They are well educated and playing their pivotal role in the development of the country. There is national unity and harmony in them which makes them part of the completely Islamic society. The nation all together stands upfront in any of national disasters and. People of Pakistan are playing their due shares in the progress and development of the country. Pakistan is making progress rapidly.

The rich and unique cultural heritage that has actively been preserved throughout history. Many cultural practices and monuments have been inherited from the rule of many foreign invaders of the region that have added their cultural traditions to the region. One of the most influenced cultures being the Mughals. However, there is one type of culture stems from the mainstream South Asian Muslim culture, which is also found in India and Bangladesh. Pakistan has a very rich cultural and traditional background going back to Indus Valley Civilization, 2800 BC–1800 BC. The region of Pakistan has been invaded in the past, occupied and settled by many different people, including Dravidians, Aryans, Greeks, White Huns, Persians, Arabs, Turks, Mongols and various Eurasian groups. There are differences in culture among the different ethnic groups in matters such as dress, food, and religion. The basic origin of Pakistanis however comes from the civilizations of India, with significant influences from Persia, Turkistan and Hellenistic Greece.

Frere Hall - a beautiful structure built during the British Raj

Diwan-e-Khas: The hall of special audience with the emperor
Bahauddin Zakariya The pleasures of Pakistan are ancient: Buddhist monuments, Hindu temples, Palaces and Monuments built by Emperors, tombs, pleasure grounds and Anglo-Mogul mansions - some in a state of dereliction which makes their former grandeur more emphatic. Sculpture is dominated by Graeco-Buddhist friezes, and crafts by ceramics, jewellery, silk goods and engraved woodwork and metalwork.

Pakistani society is largely multilingual and multicultural. As a result, cultures differ so much that they may be more alien to each other than to foreign ones. However over 63 years of integration, a distinctive "Pakistani" Culture has sprung up especially in the urban areas. Religious practices of various faiths are an integral part of everyday life in society. Education is highly regarded by members of every socio-economic stratum. The traditional family values are highly respected and considered sacred, although urban families have grown into a nuclear family system, owing to the socio-economic constraints imposed by the traditional joint family system.


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