List of festivals in Pakistan
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Pakistan Monument, Islamabad
- 8th Rabi-ul-Awal (A day when Shia in Pakistan end mourning for Imam Hussain and celebrate Milad wear jewellery and prepares sweats for Niaz.
- 12th Rabi-ul-Awal. Celebrations dedicated to the birthday of Allah's beloved Hazrat Mauhammad Salallaho Alahi Wassallam.
- 11th Rabi-us-Sani. Gyarhween Shareef Celebrations dedicated to the Hazrat Mauhammad Salallaho Alahi Wassallam's beloved Huzoor Ghous-e-Paak Sheikh Syed Abdul Qadir Jeelani Radi Allaho Anho.
- 1-10 Ramadan, Ashra e Rehmah
- 1st Ramadan, Wiladat-e-Ghousul Wara Sheikh Syed Abdul Qadir Jeelani Radi Allaho Anho
- 11-20 Ramadan, Ashra e Maghfirah
- 21-30 Ramadan, Ashra e Nijat
- 15th Ramadan, Jashne Wiladat Imam Hassan
- 21st Ramadan, Yome Shahdat Hazrat Ali
- 21-23-25-27-29, Laila tul Qadr, Nazoole Quaran Muslims spend whole night in prayers.
- 1st Shawal, "Eid ul Fitr" Three days festival for Muslims after observing a whole month of fasting and reverence.
- Zil Haj, Another important month for Muslims when they come to Mecca from all over the world to perform "Haj" pilgrimage.
- Muharram, it is the Day of Ashurah an important month in Islamic calendar as it's the beginning of Islamic year and also the month when incident of Karballa Shadate Imam Hussain took place on 10th Muharram
- Basant, this festival celebrate in start of spring by kite-flying.
- 23-26 February, Pakistan Flower Show, Karachi
- 23 March, Pakistan Day, an official Holiday.
- 1 May, Labor Day, an official Holiday
- 5 February, Kashmir Day, an official Holiday
- 30 June, Bank Holiday
- 14 August, Independence day, official Holiday
- 6 September, Defence day
- 11 September, Quaide Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah Died
- 9 November, Iqbal Day, official Holiday
- 25 December, Quaid-e-Azam Day(the birthday of Quaid e Azam) & Christmas Day, Official Holiday
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