Mirpur khas: Sindhi Culture Day was celebrated all over the province of Sindh on Sunday with traditional enthusiasm to highlight the centuries’ old rich culture of the province. The Sindh Culture Day is celebrated worldwide every year by wearing Ajrak and Sindhi Topi (cap), accessories regarded as the identity of the people of Sindh and the culture of the province. It is also a symbol of the ancient Indus Valley civilization. The day was mark with rallies, seminars, debates, folk music programs, drama and theatric performances, tableaux and literary sittings were organized to highlight Sindh’s culture, history and heritage. In the interior of Sindh, people came out of their houses in groups. Men, women and children adorned in traditional Sindhi cap and Ajrak played their traditional music, sang and danced to the tune of Sindhi folksongs together to celebrate their day of heritage and identity. In Mirpurkhas, people converged to celebrate the day and rallied on roads. They were wearing Sindh’s traditional dress. The sale of Sindhi Topi and Ajrak had increased in Mirpurkhas and its adjoining areas, on the eve of the event. Youth and children rushed to shops selling these specific items and dresses for gents and ladies equally. In Dadu, the day came as a festival as people, political parties, social and civil society organizations took out a big rally. The rally started from Allama I.I Qazi library to press Club Dadu. Many people, member of political organizations, artists and singers participated in rally. Speakers of the really said that it was the cultural day of Sindhi people and they were celebrating the event like the festival of Eid. Many educational institutes like Sindh University, Dadu Campus and Ustad Bukhari Degree collage Dadu boys. A bonfire gathering, (Katchery) was also organized at Police Line Dadu by District Police. Similarly, Sindh Cultural Day was also celebrated in the areas of Maher, K.N Shah, Johi and Phulji towns with traditional colors of Sindhi Topi and Ajrak.