Showing posts from February, 2010

Jashan-e-Eid Milad un nabi Mubarak

The most authentic tradition for Muslim around the world is birthday of our Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) born on 12th of Rabi-ul-Awwal. The most authentic date of Milad-un-Nabi , as agreed upon by the classical and later scholars and historians, and as officially recognized by Islamic countries.

Eid-e-Milad also known as 'Milad-ul Nabi' or ‘Mawlid’ is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) . It is celebrated on the twelfth day of the third month Rabi-ul-Awwal according to the Islamic calendar. On this day Muslims attend religious services at mosques and socialize with loved ones.

People of Pakistan celebrating Eid Milad un Nabi (Peace Be Upon Him) in a befitting manner and religious fervour. Across the country, camps and stalls have been set up where vendors are relishing sale bonanza as the devotees are flocking to buy the green flags and streamers. various religious, political and social groups are organizing Seer…

World Scouts Day

Pakistan Boy Scouts Logo

28 million scouts across the world celebrating the International Scouts Day on February 22 (Today) with a focus on fostering peaceful environment and promote harmony among nations.The theme of Scouting movement for year 2010 is “promotion of scouting through attractive programmes”.

On Scouting, Pakistan's founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah said. “ Scouting can play a very vital role in forming the character of our youth, promoting their physical, mental and spiritual development and making them well disciplined, useful and good citizens. We are living in a far from perfect world. Despite the progress of civilization, the law of jungle, unfortunately, still prevails. Might is considered right and the strong do not refrain from exploiting the weak. Self advancement, greed and lust for power sway the conduct of individuals, as that of nations.

Pakistan Boy scouts Association nation's foremost youth program of character development and values. Scouting’s outdoor e…

NWFP cultural Festival 29-31 Jan 2010 .

Three day cultural festival aimed to promote the culture and tourism of the northwest frontier province of Pakistan concluded Monday at the Lok Virsa museum in Islamabad. This is for the first time that an exclusive event to depict the culture and tourism of the NWFP has been organised in the capital.

The festival has drawn a large number of visitors over the weekend to Lok Virsa museum, one of the best platform to promote the Pakistani heritage in peaceful environment, to enjoy the event showcasing the frontier culture with performance, live music and photographic exhibition.

A Group of Kalash Women, attired in beautiful traditional costumes, was the main attraction of the event. Other popular dances included Khattak dance with swords by 20-member group and Mehsud dance with guns by 20-member group.

Handicrafts stalls including marble furniture, fireplaces, Swati embroidery, Hazara embroidery known as Phulkari, Swati shawls, gemstones, wooden furniture, Peshawari chappal, metal work, do…