The ethnic diversity of Pakistan is what makes it so fascinating. From immersive experience of the age-old havelis, dizzyingly beautiful minarets, and elaborate mausoleums, Pakistan is home to several stunning cultural sites coupled with cultural emblems.
The diverse cultures of Sindh dates back some more than 5000 years to the Indus civilisation. Baluchistan known for its tribes and festivals has another distinct tradition of storytelling. Urdu the 21st most spoken language and 11th most spoken if combined as a second language to many in the world is the national language. Siraiki widely spoken in the Southern Punjab region was once part of the Indus Valley civilisation dating back some 40000 years. Visitors to Pakistan are awed with the rich, varied cultural emblems from hand-crafted pottery, carpets and jewelry to festivities that highlight the culture of Pakistan.The land of Sufis and the iconic characteristics of graceful buildings, the crafts and cultures of Pakistan are an experience to believe.