Pakistan has a rich cultural diversity as the society is largely multilingual, multi-ethnic and multicultural. The Pakistani society comprises various diverse cultures and ethnic communities that majorly involve Punjabi, Sindhi, Baloch, Pashtun, Seraiki, Mohair, Kashmiri, Makrani, and the ancient Wakhi and Burusho groups in the north.
Pakistan is a special interest destination as its main attraction includes adventure tourism in the Northern Areas, cultural and archaeological tourism as found at Taxila, Mohenjo-Daro, Harappa and Swat, and early Mughal and Muslim heritage of Multan, Lahore, Thatta and Peshawar.
Folk dances are still popular in Pakistan and they vary according to region. The folk dances of Punjab are Bhangra, Luddi and Sammi, while Jhoomar is the folk dance of Seraiki region. Lewa and Chap are the most popular folk dances of Balochistan. The folk dances of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are Attan, Khattak dance and Chitrali dance. While Dhammal and Ho Jamalo are the popular folk dances mostly performed in Sindh.
Pakistani food is generally hot and spicy. Rice is part of most meals and desserts. Tea is the most popular drink. Meat plays a much more dominant role in Pakistani food, compared to other South Asian cuisines. Of all the meats, the most popular are mutton, and chicken. Beef is also eaten, and is particularly sought after as the meat of choice for Kabab dishes.
* Located at our Carabram Pavilion of Cultures
340 Vodden Street, East
For pavilion-specific sponsorship opportunities, please contact the pavilion chair.
Pavilion President Anum Gill / 647 987 5793
Vice President Imran Noor/647 877 0178
Chair Anjum Alvi/416 879 1644
Hosting Group Rittu and group 647 688 8297
Food & Entertainment
Friday : fashion show at 9:45 pm
Saturday: Pakistani band/ dance at 7:07pm
Balochi and Sindhi dance mix at 9:47pm
Sunday: Time travel band and dancers at 2:50 pm.
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