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City Faith – How my experience of Diwali in Karachi took me to a city I never knew

Originally published on Dawn.com Karachi is often termed as a dull city, sometimes even dangerous. In a city of 20 odd million, there is a dearth of public spaces and limited avenues for cultural activities. The much praised diversity has also come under scrutiny, with minorities migrating to greener pastures abroad and those staying back […]

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City Life – Pooja and Parsad in Ranchor Lines

The old temple inside Ranchor Lines brims with life during pooja time. The Karachi Walla was in Ranchor Lines and ended up at Narsingha Bhagwan Mandir by chance. I was helping a bunch of students and were done with the tour by noon. The heat and dust had consumed our energy and we were all […]

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Seaview – Take a look in the kaleidoscope!

There are not many public spaces in Karachi where one could experience Karachi’s diversity in its essence. Thank Lord for the Seaview, One of the few stretches in Karachi where the coastline is still open for public and you don’t have to use your social connections to get entry into. Therefore you find all kind […]

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City Life – Twilight in Karachi

What I saw during Ramazan. A collection of photos and videos from Karachi Walla’s daily trips to Karachi’s old quarters during Ramazan.

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City Life – Artist at work

The Karachi Walla met Kaleem Khan, a renowned artist from Quetta on a humid day in Clifton. He was busy painting portrait of another talented artist, Aamir Habib. There was a Quetta connection as both the artists hail from there. Nostalgic music was playing in the background, in Pashto and Farsi, some of popular tunes […]

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