There is no objective definition of culture. It is a subjective aspect of the society that is widely accepted and adopted by individuals. It includes a shared belief system that deems acceptance by the people collectively. As it connects, it also distinguishes people from one another. For example, the culture of Asia is far different from what is practiced in Europe.
There are aspects however that are adopted by different societies and becomes a part of one’s culture which is an example of an adaptive culture. There are various kinds of it that could be learned, are shared over time, patterned and symbolic in nature etc. It is about sharing language, religion, social habits, traditions, literature, music and arts. It is intermingled and fluid in nature that keeps on changing over time but does sustain a few parts of it in every time.
Pakistan is significantly rich in culture. The four provinces with diverse range of ethnicities and their long practiced traditions make up for a colorful cultural presence in the Land of Pure. From food to dresses, to language and dialects, every single aspect has cultural presence. Pakistan really takes pride in its customs and traditions that make the identity of a land that not only has a rich culture but people who follow it with immense gratification.