Is this our tradition?

If we talk about the conventions and customs, they expose off one nation’s fundamentals and ethics. Now if we look into the moral codes of Muslims, there is no space for any reprehensible and discreditable acts and Valentine’s Day is among one of them.

What is Valentine’s Day? A day to celebrate an illegitimate love, to mislead your own parents or a day to recline for the so called dates, which option will we choose for us? To celebrate this westernized mores and to be called as a modern civilization our own private channels has started programs a week ago and to grab the attention of public they have started doing draws for the dinners and Valentine’s Day special cakes. Where we are standing? Do we have any justification for that? While browsing, I got some images of the gift stores and greetings galleria, fully loaded with red hearts, gifts, chocolates and blah blah…

After watching these snaps, the question arises in my mind; does our inflation rate allow us to devastate money on these stuffs?

To persuade and mislead the youth, there are many restaurants around the city who especially arrange the candle light dinners for young couples to make their so called date.

When the people of a country is starving, deprived of basic needs, at that time our prideful masses wasting their time and money as well in such ridiculous acts.

And beside all the discussions, does our religion allow us for these kinds of illicit celebrations? Think about it, if you are a Muslim.

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Inside KaRacHiiI…

Karachi, the heart of Pakistan, the center of the trade, the place of lively people, city of lights and luminosity, the mother earth accepts the people of every race, religion, creed and color. A city glows at night and welcome the people of every province very openhanded and warmly. The city magnetizes the mind of every person, occupied with colors and beauty.

Apart of that this city has faced many critical conditions, terrorism, inflation, street crimes, electricity crisis, sewerage difficulties, traffic catastrophe and many other misfortunes but Karachi is Karachi, the city of conscious populace. I have visited Lahore, Islamabad but not even a single city is compatible with Karachi. I love Karachi as KARACHI ROXXXX………!!!

Who is a sufferer??

Despite of the high inflation rate in Pakistan the common things which we use to witness in our city of lights Karachi, is a long queue of people waiting outside of the restaurants. And these places are loaded with foodies and epicures. Now a day this has become a very fine and considerable business in the streets of Karachi. Every next street is a food street there. This can easily be estimated through the notable and upgrading chains of restaurants from all around the world. Now, here a question arises, who is suffering with this inflation rate? People who are standing outside of the restaurant in the queue or the people who are paying a huge amount of money in high class buffet restaurants. Is it a justice with rest of the people and with oneself? Aren’t we suppose to look after the needy people of our society who are deprived of many necessities, struggling for their food and provisions and most of them are still fail to do so. Therefore we are leading a very unjustified society.