In Pakistan, there does not seem to be any sort of issues related to the diversity of its people their culture, with their exceptional languages with a variety of beautiful dialects. To accentuate this fantastic diversity, The National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage acronym for Lok Virsa is introducing the 6th Pakistan Mother Language Literature Festival on the 21st of February.
The festival is in pursuit of preserving lexical and cultural diversity, learning the stunning expressions in the mother language. It will be hosted by moderators who are experts in diverse local languages.
In order to save these languages from extinction, the Lok Virsa festival wants to provide a platform for celebrating all of the 70 plus languages of Pakistan and has been encouraging all the language communities. The activités are comprised of; Of course Discussions on Languages, Urdu Poetry Literature, Musical evening, Cultural Exhibitions, Food courts, and Mobile Library.
Attendance in this festival will bring an experience from the array of colors in literature, art, music, paintings, and antiques, as well as so much more from all around the 20 Pakistani languages. Said a representative of the festival.