Khuda Aur Muhabbat Season 3 A celebration of colour, life and dance, Khuda aur Muhabbat is the second annual community fair held in Karachi.
Organised by the Pakistan Cultural Centre, it showcases local art and dance as well as traditional crafts.
Every year in late August or early September, hundreds of children from different areas of the city gather to participate in the celebrations.
The day is celebrated with songs, dances, drama and competitions.
Khuda-Aur Muhabbat is an occasion synonymous with laughter and joy. In the day’s festivities,
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children from the community gather in a field to exchange wooden costumes for new ones.
A number of workshops are organized on the theme of building beautiful costumes. The competition begins after the children dress themselves for the dances.
It is an opportunity for children to show off their skills in dancing, singing and playing games like kick boxing, volleyball and wrestling.
This performance of Khuda-Aur Muhabbat showcases the expertise of the local designers and tailors.
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Professional designers sketch the costumes on the spot, and create them according to the specifications provided by the students.
Once the designs are finalized, they are sent to the tailors who will create the outfits on a short notice.
The costumes are carefully made using heavy wool fabrics.They are beautifully adorned with lace and sequins to give the costumes a glamorous look.
Heavy embellishments such as beads, stones and gems are used on the different parts of the costume to make it look extremely stylish and appealing.
The most common embellishment used on the dress is the ‘Babu’ or rhinestone that can be set along the borders of the costume or can be embedded along the legs of the dancer.
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Other accessories such as coloured threads, coloured ribbons and glittering badges are used on the dress to complete the overall look.
Khuda-Aur Muhabbat is a unique and spectacular form of traditional dance performed by women from different areas of Pakistan.
It is one of the few occasions in which all women from both the rural and urban areas gather together for the enjoyment of each other’s company.
Each dancer is carefully trained by the organizers before her performance.
The dresses worn during the event are very beautiful and extravagant, and women from all ages and ethnicities to attend the event.
On the last day of the festival, women perform a sariya, a traditional Indian sit ups exercise, which is followed by a special dinner.
exquisite works of art on this day, and everyone enjoys the performance.