Celebrating Cultural Ties: A Three-Day Indonesian Cultural Program in Karachi

Celebrating Cultural Ties: A Three-Day Indonesian Cultural Program in Karachi

Karachi, the vibrant city of Pakistan, is set to host a three-day cultural program from June 22 to 24, organized under the auspices of the Consul General of Indonesia, Dr. Jun Kankoro Hadin Nagrat. This event aims to strengthen the cultural and tourism ties between Pakistan and Indonesia, with a special focus on highlighting the rich culture of Sindh.

A Meeting of Minds

In a recent meeting, Dr. Jun Kankoro Hadin Nagrat met with the Provincial Minister of Culture and Tourism Sindh, Syed Zulfiqar Ali Shah. The meeting, which also included the Indonesian Consul for Economic Affairs, Ahmed Sufyan, and Secretary Culture, Khalid Chachad, revolved around the cultural and tourism issues of both countries.

Sindh’s Cultural Significance

Dr. Jun expressed his admiration for Sindh’s unique historical, cultural, and tourism significance. He commended the Sindh government’s efforts in preserving the historical heritage of Sindh.

A Cultural Exchange

The upcoming cultural program is not just a celebration, but a platform for cultural exchange. It will not only highlight the culture of Sindh but also organize a tourism program for the guests from Indonesia. “Tourism, cultural, sports, and other activities to be exchanged with Jakarta,” said Syed Zulfiqar Ali Shah.

A Token of Friendship

In a gesture symbolizing the deep-rooted cultural ties between the two nations, Syed Zulfiqar Ali Shah presented replicas of Sindh traditional Ajrak and Mohan Jo Daro artifacts to the Indonesian Consul General and other guests. In return, Dr. Jun Kankoro Hadin Nigarat also presented gifts to the provincial minister.

This three-day cultural program is a testament to the growing friendship and mutual respect between Pakistan and Indonesia. It’s an opportunity to explore, learn, and appreciate the rich cultural heritage of Sindh and Indonesia.

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