Creative diorama representing dwelling of Hazara community

A three-dimensional creative diorama representing a traditional dwelling of Hazara community from Balochistan opened here at Heritage Museum, Shakarparian under the aegis of the National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa).
In this regard, a colourful ceremony was held at Heritage Museum which was graced by Dr. Fouzia Saeed, Executive Director, Lok Virsa, Mr. Abdul Khaliq Hazara, Chairman, Hazara Democratic Party and Mohammad Ali Turani, President, Hazargi Academy, Quetta attended. A ribbon cutting ceremony was also performed in front of Hazara diorama in full view of the national media. The opening ceremony presented folk musical performances and other cultural presentations rendered by Hazargi artists.
In her address, Dr. Fouzia Saeed, Executive Director, Lok Virsa highlighted the importance of this achievement with special reference to the mandate of Lok Virsa. She said “Lok Virsa is a national institution and works in close collaboration with all provincial culture departments, arts councils and community-based organizations for promotion of their indigenous folk culture. Hazara diorama at the federal capital will contribute significantly towards projection of cultural heritage of this important community”.
Abdul Khaliq Hazara, Chairman, Hazara Democratic Party and Mohammad Ali Turani, President, Hazargi Academy Quetta commended efforts of Lok Virsa for materializing the project in such a beautiful and effective way.
A large number of Hazara community members thronged the event and enjoyed special programs presented by Lok Virsa marking the occasion.—INP

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