Karachi (Web Desk):
Sindh which is known as one of the world’s thousands of years old civilization, is rich in its history and culture for centuries. Sindhis celebrate their cultural day every year by paying tribute to their motherland and its rich culture by wearing Topi (sindhi traditional cap ) and Ajrak ( a colorful shawl designed with flowers and red or dark brown color).

This day not only fills the generation gap but also known as the day for leaving a message for generations to come in the future, as they shall always embrace their culture, the way we do today.

This is how Sindhis cleebrated this day Over the world:-


Sindhi boy pictured in his traditional dress.
A little girl in traditional dress holding hand fan used by people before the invention of electric fans
Mr Habib Bhutto and his Son Halar Bhutto Celebrating Sindhi Culture day in North Carolina, USA
Thousands of Sindhi’s attending major gathering at Karachi city
A father with his two Sons in Sindhi cultural dress
This Photo represents the message of Rich sindhi culture, travel from the oldest to the youngest
A father with his Sons in the colors of Sindh
A Sindhi Father and his Son photographed with the traditional dress and a back ground of traditional Ralli (Sindhi Quilt)
Sindhi Community of Houston USA, During culture day celebrations
New generation of American Sindhis Showing love with their Culture
Brothers and Sisters expressing their love with their culture
Journalist Sanjay Sadhwani taking selfie on the culture day
Inside KTN News Room, The Owner and senior Journalist Mr. Ali Kazi in Cultural Sindhi Dress
Speaker Sindh Assembly Agha Siraj Durrani and Anchor person Imtiaz Mir along with others on Sindh Culture day
Three generations celebrating the Sindh Culture day, Grand Father and mother to grand Child seen in the photo
Mr. Max Memon pictured in Canada on culture day
Senior Journalists Mr. Mansoor Mugheri, Abdul Razzaque Sarohi and Gulshan Shaikh in Sindhi cultural dress
Women Participating in Culture day festivities in Karachi