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Best Pakistani Events and Festivals: A Guide for Visitors

 Do you want to get to know the event in Pakistan? Visit a festival! Fortunately, many incredible festivals take place in Pakistan every year, all with their characteristics and flavors. From solemn religious processions to events more like celebrations, Pakistan really has it all!


The three holiest months of the Islamic calendar and the month in which Muslims worldwide celebrate the end of the holy month of Ramadan, Ramzan (Eid ul Fitr), marks the end of this period. Want to celebrate the occasion with a big party? One event is held in all major cities of Pakistan - Ramzan Mela, with a colorful display of dance, food and games. Winter Festival For Pakistanis, winter means a very different feeling from other seasons, especially in the northern regions. So for those who want to embrace their love of cold and snow, this is the perfect festival. A series of grand events, ice skating, a bonfire, winter fireworks and more, the Winter Festival also includes a funfair, live shows and musical performances.


When: Muharram: Larvale: Since the first Muharram begins on the 11th of Rabi-ul-Awal in the Hindu calendar, the day falls on October 14 and lasts until the 16th, the day is marked by the start of the new year of the Shia muslims. It is the first month of the Islamic calendar. This is the ninth month of the last Islamic year. The Hijri year is the 14th century. Larvale: Muharram is the second ten days of the month of Ashura in the Muslim calendar. According to the Shia Islamic calendar, Muharram is the first ten days of the month of Ashura. The tenth day of Muharram is Ashura or Yaum-e-Ashur. It was the day when the prophet Mohammad's grandson, Hussein, was murdered by the polytheistic king of Yazd after refusing to convert to Islam.

Eid al-Adha'

The Islamic festival festival of Eid al-Adha marks the end of the Hajj or pilgrimage to Mecca. The celebration symbolizes the willingness of the prophet Abraham to sacrifice his son as a sign of obedience to Allah. Traditionally, families visit the graves of their dead, and Muslims across the country flock to the city center to buy the meat of sacrificial sheep, cows and goats. These are used to prepare the evening's traditional iftar, or "breaking the fast." Tasawwuf FestivalFestival A historical and spiritual experience. Tasawwuf (مسوف) is an ancient system of spirituality that combines Sufi teachings with Islamic principles.

independence Day

Make sure to have a Pakistan Day Reunion with your friends and family! There are different ways to celebrate Pakistan Day in different cities in the country. If you don't have a specific place to celebrate it, a few places in Pakistan have become famous for hosting the biggest festivities for Pakistan Day. Events in Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad are some of the most popular and are sure to be an experience of a lifetime for all. Noor Jahan Baatri Kathy Griffin performs for the first time in Pakistan in October. Memorial Day and Independence Day Celebrations Memorial Day, known as Iqbal Day, is a religious holiday in Pakistan. Dates for Pakistan Independence Day celebration: May 23, 2018, May 25, 2018, May 28, 2018, May 29, 2018, May 30, 2018.

Spring Festivals

March (week) Lahore Literary Festival The most important event in Pakistan, the event in Lahore offers thousands of readers and fans a wide variety of non-fiction books, literary works and short stories, with lectures by leading writers, poets, actors, musicians and fashion designers . Lahore Literary Festival: March 31, 2018 – April 2, 2018, Jashn-e-Milad The largest Fatwa conference (Islamic declaration) in the history of Pakistan celebrates a great tradition of Islamic and universal values, based on the highest value of Islam of humanity and the maximum value of humanity of spirituality and moral values.


You've seen how our top events for your travels, plus some additional recommendations, have made their way into a highly detailed and beautifully designed report. We hope this guide helps you choose when and where to visit many of our best attractions in Pakistan. Did we miss your favorite event? What do you think of the list? You can share your feelings with us through comments.

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