ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: A month long Summer Camp in Punjabi and Brahvi languages organized by National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa) will continue till July 31 to provide valuable information to children about regional languages.
“The objective of the camp is to create ownership among children regarding Pakistan’s languages and cultural heritage and to provide them an orientation about brahvi and punjabi cultures and to re-affirm our identity of being multi-cultural and pluralistic Country,” an official told the state-run news agency in Islamabad.
The participants will also learn about poetry, music and festivals of Sindhi and Pashtoon cultures.
Lok Virsa invited children to join this camp learn know how about Punjabi and Brahvi languages.
The registration is open and per child charges are Rs 3,000 including refreshments.
The camp started on July 05 will conclude on July 31, 2017.