"" Sindhi Topi and Ajrak Day"" ... 6th December ...
"If you are a part of one's society than accept the cultures & traditions of that society if you do not have your own. Please do not try to target the Culture & Traditions in personal/political wars."
Sindh is the largest province of Pakistan from economical point of view. Major part of Sindh is covered with the agricultural lands. On 6th December this festival is declared for the people of Sindh because some media and news papers said many abusing words about the Sindhi culture and their traditions.
Culture of Sindh
( Picture taken from museum)
The culture of Sindh has its roots in the Indus Valley Civilization. Sindh has been shaped by the geography of the largely desert region, the natural resources it had available and the continuous foreign influences. The Indus or Sindhu River that passes through the land, and the Arabian Sea (that defines its borders) also supported the sea-faring traditions among the local people.The local climate also reflects why the Sindhis have the language, folklore, traditions, customs and lifestyle that are so different from the neighbouring regions.

( culture of sindh, taken from museum)
The roots of Sindhi culture and civilization go back to the distant past. Archaeological researches during 19th and 20th centuries showed the roots of social life, religion and culture of the people of the Sindh: their agricultural practices, traditional arts and crafts, customs and tradition and other parts of social life, going back to a ripe and mature Indus valley civilization of the third millennium B.C. Recent researches have traced the Indus valley civilization to even earlier ancestry.
( a sindhi women wearing traditional cloths )
Sindhi culture is oldest from all because archaelogist says that this culture belong to the most oldest civilization ( Mohen_jo_dARO) THE FATHER OF ALL CIVILIZATIONS , 5 thousand years old civilization.
Sindhi Topi...
( a traditional cap of sindhi culture)
( another color of traditional cap)
Sindhi topi and ajrak have been symbols of the Sindhi culture and civilisation for thousands of years .
and all the people of Sindh have an emotional attachment with these cultural symbols.
Sindhi Ajrak...
Ajrak is a name given to a unique form of block print shawls and tiles found in Sindh, Pakistan. Ajrak is also worn by the Seraiki people of Southern Punjab and Kutch. These shawls display special designs and patterns made using block printing by stamps. Common colours used while making these patterns may include but are not limited to blue, red, black and yellow.
Over the years, ajraks have become a symbol of the Sindhi culture and traditions.
"" A bust of a king priest excavated at Mohenjo-daro shows him draped over one shoulder in a piece of cloth that resembles an ajrak."
On this day every person have to wear sindhi Ajrak and Topi.this day is call to nation to ptotect their culture traditions and their identity and i think that everyone should participate in this equally without any difference of cast, color, creed and language. beacuse it's just for to protect our identity , our motherland. and no one have any right to use any words about any culture of the world.
Sindhi topi (urdu) سندھی ٹويی : Sindh has one distinctive cap, which stands out for its colourful embroidery and glasswork; the Sindhi Topi. It is round in shape except that a portion in front is cut out to expose the forehead for the same reasons as explained earlier Witch represents the Islamic culture of Minbar and Mihrab. It comes in two varieties - hard and soft. The hard variety will keep its shape when not worn but the soft variety can be folded and even put into one’s picket. Most Sindhis, rich or poor, own a Sindhi cap.

Sindh has one distinctive cap, which stands out for its colorful embroidery and glasswork. It is round in shape except that a portion in front is cut out to expose the forehead for eligious reasons, as explained earlier. It comes in two varieties - hard and soft. The hard variety will keep its shape when not worn, but the soft variety can be folded and even put into one’s pocket. Most Sindhis, rich or poor, young or old, wear Sindhi cap at one time or another.

The Sindhi cap is also used in Bahawalpur and Balochistan, both by the Pushtuns and the Baloch. Balochistan, otherwise, is a land of turbans. And very distinctive turbans, too.

Please Do not hurt to anyone's culture and traditions if you do not have your own. We love to our Cultures and Traditions as we have. Join us hand to save Culture & Tradition of Sindh.