The performers presented Sufi traditions and Islamic verses having a mystical school of thought, which depict divine love and messages connected to folk sayings.
Folk artists including Shaukat Manzoor, Mohammed Ali, Rukhsana Murtaza and Rizwana Khan performed on the poetry of Sufi saints and staged the Sufi traditions.
According to the organisers, Sufi teachings play a significant role in dissemination of the divine messages through mystical music that carry unique expressions.
The event focused on the message of peace, love and harmony through the teachings of Sufi saints in soul soothing performances that include poetry recitation and Sema traditional dance. The show was arranged by the Ministry of National Heritage and Integration to promote the cultural activities, entertainment and awareness related to Sufis with the theme based on peace, harmony and brotherhood among the young generation.
“The performances of the festival were reflective of the message of peace and harmony to the mankind and the mystic Sufi traditions that serve as a binding force to bring people of diverse cultures together,” while commenting on the event said an official of PNCA.