Three women friends from interior Sindh visited Islamabad for the first and felt that they had experienced an entirely new world. Their viewpoints changed after they saw women working independently in Islamabad. They were facilitated by Lok Virsa, which has been bringing together women from across Pakistan in such cultural exhibitions, where they not also […]

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Many among the British people who came to the Indian subcontinent during British colonial era to join civil services settled here. Many of them were buried in cemeteries that became famous as Gora, or Whiteman’s, cemeteries, which are found in different cities of Pakistan and India.  One such cemetery has been surviving in Faisalabad since […]

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“برصغیر کی تقسیم اور قیام پاکستان سے پہلے انگریز نہ صرف ہندوستان پر حکومت کر رہے تھے بلکہ ہندوستانی سماج کا حصہ تھے۔ بہت سے برطانوی گورے جوبرطانوی راج کے کولونیل عہد میں ملازمت کے لئے ہندوستان آ ئے اور یہیں آباد ہوگئے۔ آج پاکستان اور بھارت کے مختلف شہروں میں موجود گوراقبرستان ان گزر […]

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Kalat Publishers is the first and oldest publishing house of Balochistan. Set up in 1962 in Kalat, it was later shifted to Quetta in 1965. Due to a lack of publishing houses in the province, there was a dire need of having one that promotes works of the local writers and littérateurs. Kalat Publishers tended […]

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Zamin Hussain carves out beautiful sculptures from marble and stones, which is one of the oldest arts in the world. Balochistan has more than 100 types of marble, which have felt the adroit touches of this Quetta-based artist. A National College of Arts Lahore alumnus, Zamin hopes to see sculpture industry flourish in Pakistan. […]

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Osaf Yaqoob has won Asia’s champion Award 2017. This award was not less than a dream for him but he achieved it through his hard work. How can we redirect our youth to the sports and discourage the use of drugs , know in this special report for Pakistan Saga.

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Who are Wakhi’s and what do we know about the Wakhi culture and civilization? Will the Wakhi language really vanish in the next 40 years? Find out more about the beauty of this culture in Sabookh Syed’s special report for Pakistan Saga.

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In Taxila, the art of stone carving has been going on for six thousand years. However, due to the lack of government support this art is dying. To know more reasons for that decline, see this special report by Pakistan Saga.

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Traces of Buddhist civilization are still visible in our culture and architecture. Even the design of Sufi shrines has imprints of Buddhist architecture that also reflects the Buddhist philosophy.  Explore more in this Saga video by Ahmed Fareed.

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It does not look easy to carve out sculptures while forced to stay away from one’s village to avoid the wrath of the anti-art people and extremists. Shamdar Khan has this innocent desire that people accept his work and the government or some of its institutions preserve his artifacts. Discover more about this selfless, original […]

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