A Celebrated Sindhi Folk Tale: Noori Jam Tamachi Noori Jam Tamachi is one of the seven romances in Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai’s most famous ‘Shah Jo Risalo’. The other six
Peshawar is the ‘Gateway to Central Asia’. It was founded over 2000 years by the Kushan Kings of Gandhara and was called ‘Lotus Land’. Thereby from 2nd century AD to
The Kalash Valley is made up of three valleys. Birir is situated 34 km away from Chitral. Rumbur is 32 km away and Bumburet (the largest and most beautiful) is
Shah Allah Ditta Village: A Picturesque Historical Place Strikingly, the old village is titled after a well known Mughal Dervish Shah Allah Ditta and holds a significant presence for its
Pakistan Heritage Cuisine: Best Asian Cookbook in the World Pakistan Heritage Cuisine was the only cookbook nominated from Pakistan and that too for two categories i.e. ‘Asian – Published in Asia’
Lapis Lazuli is an ancient stone which has been admired for its beauty, significance and uses since pre-historic times. From the earliest records available, lapis lazuli was found to be
The Team at Khaas Art Gallery The Khaas Art Gallery, Islamabad, started off as â€˜The Art Galleryâ€™ in 1992. The foundation for the establishment was set in 1992 by local
Gujrat, a renowned city located in the Province of Punjab is quite popular for its embroidery work. In different parts of this locality, one might see craftsmen and women working
Art as a Cultural Phenomenon Art is a collective term used to signify a vast array of cultural as well as historic traditions that signify a certain civilization, or era.
It would indeed be surprising if a region with a history as interesting as the subcontinentâ€™s, did not have any memorabilia to showcase and represent its rich and varied culture.
Spellbound! The Bee No other co-curricular competition in Pakistan today is as big and as electric as the National Spelling Bee being conducted by the Dawn Media Group since 2005.