Cultural festivities ended

art-Pakistan Cultural Week organized by Federal Secretary of state for National Heritage & Integration together with Lok Virsa (National Institute of Folk & Traditional Heritage) came to the conclusion effectively Monday.
It had been began on 1ST January,2013 having a grand opening carried out by Raja Parvez Ashraf, Pm of Pakistan.
The main focus from the seven-day event was on Potohar region through depiction of their culture and traditions. Representative pavilions of federating models – Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Jammu & Kashmir – by means of showing their arts, crafts, indigenous folk heritage and folk music enhanced the wonder and landscape from the federal capital for any week.
More than one hundred artists in a variety of crafts including embroidery, pottery, tie dye, toy making, lacquer work, khussa making, woodwork, wood carving, metal work, scarf weaving, traditional carpets, Ajrak, wax printing, stone work, wooden spoon making, pattu weaving, papier mache, truck art, block printing, needle work and many other fields throughout Pakistan shown their abilities in the event in specifically designed artistic pavilions.