ISLAMABAD, May 16 (APP):National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage, Lok Virsa will resume its ongoing fortnightly series of Muzakira interactive session after Eid for culture and literature lovers.
The series focuses on highlighting many facets of culture, literature, folk and traditional heritage, it’s manifestations in our society and especially discuss gems from the Heritage.
The Muzakra series by Research Section of Lok Virsa is an interactive session that engages audience with the guest speakers during the question and answer session.
It is regular part of Lok Virsa’s activities to preserve and promote the various forms of heritage in the country and highlight the magnificent cultural legacy of Pakistan.
Lok Virsa with its mandate is focusing on the promotion of folk heritage of Pakistan in a way that is relevant to people of all ages and backgrounds and to provide more meaning, depth and rootedness in life. The promotion of folk heritage will also create more space for expressing diversity within the culture, asserting cultural autonomy and dignity, said the organizers.
Lok Virsa has arranged various programs of this series to serve culture lovers with a treat of glimpses and information on cultural heritage of Pakistan from diverse backgrounds.
The Institute which is specialized in dealing with research, collection, documentation, preservation and dissemination of Pakistan’s traditional culture, works in close collaboration with all federating units and community based organizations for furtherance of its objectives.
Various sessions of Muzakira series focused on topics like “Sufism and it’s Relevance in Our Day to Day Life”, “Gandhara – A Glorious Heritage of Pakistan”, “Succinct Review of Khow Culture”, “Ethnomusicology of Sindh”, Punjabi folk poetry “Bollian”, “Cultural diplomacy in Pakistan and “Ancient Cultural History of Balochistan”.