Pakistan is a traditional country where peoples of different religions and languages are living independently but the one who is Pakistani is living under the banner of its traditions which are forwarding through the forefathers since Pakistan established on 14th August, 1947. In these traditions one of the most prominent feature is our dress and language and here in this post I have arranged national dress and language of Pakistan in Urdu. Urdu is national language of Pakistan and Shalwar Kameez is the national dress of Pakistan. Urdu is a very sophisticated and easy language which is a mixture of Persian, Arabic and Turkish. Actually this language was started from India in the 12th century and it was spoken around Delhi where Indian Muslims were more influent about this language and that’s why after the formation of Pakistan it was set as the national language of Pakistan. Moreover if we talk about national dress of Pakistan, then the concept of Shalwar Kameez was derived as Pakistan is Muslim country and a dress which is totally covered our figure is perfect by Islamic and conceptually one who is wearing Shalwar kameez looks good. Although with the passage of time different variations derived in our dress but basically we prefer to wear Shalwar kameez.
National Dress And Language Of Pakistan In Urdu
National Dress of Pakistan In Urdu
National Language of Pakistan In Urdu
Above all, it is because there are 5 provinces in Pakistan including Punjab, Sindh, KPK, Balochistan, AJK and Tribal Areas of Pakistan So the language are also different according to area, cast province. Peoples of Punjab use to speak Punjabi as their traditional language, similarly in Sindh Peoples use to speak Sindhi Language and similarly different languages are speaking in different areas but Basically the Urdu is set to be the National Language of Pakistan. Beside the language if we talk about our dress then the Shalwar kameez is known as our national dress, although in cities peoples start wearing Pent and Shirt in Schools and offices but we should prefer and motivate our national dresses and tradition so we can maintain our recognition as a Pakistani in all over the world.