Images: Ghaaran Jo Melo – Family Festival

On a warm Saturday morning, the homeless person group living in Makli town were given a unique treat as Ghaaran Jo Melo – Family Festival – a festival of independence activities presented by Heritage Foundation that incorporated the appropriation of 50 toilets which are being done by the family unit themselves, and the procurement of aptitude preparing for chulasto the neighborhood group. This CSR occasion was a joint endeavor by the Heritage Foundation Pakistan and STARLINKS PR and Events.

Delegates of different print and electronic media and bloggers were invited at Makli by Khalifa Shakeel Ahmed, the caretaker of Hazrat Ashabi Shrine. Ms.Shanaz Ramzi, CEO STARLINKS PR and Events and Board Member of Heritage Foundation Pakistan gave a prologue to the activity. Shehighlighted the change in the lives of the poor person group of Makli, which is currently required in building toilets and chulas as a method for work. She pushed on the requirement for welcoming the taking-up of such confidence activities by neighborhood, devastated groups.

The participants were then treated to a charming execution by nearby road youngsters. The highlight of the day was a unique execution by understood TV and film star Tipu Sharif, who performed master bono for the villagers of Makli and encompassing regions. Tipu Sharif joined by a guitarist gave a stunning acoustic execution for the villagers – a first as far as they can tell as nobody had ever performed for them some time recently. Tipu enchanted the nearby group and the media with his pleasant interpretations and everybody appreciatedhis motion of coming the distance to Makli to perform.

Grants were given to group good examples to respect their work towards confidence. MrNaeem Shah, Humanitarian Manager of Heritage Foundation, gave the Vote of Thanks. After which the visitors were taken around the neighborhood town, where CEO Heritage Foundation Yasmeen Lari likewise declared the gifting of a little adobe to the most seasoned inhabitant of the town, a hundred year old elderly lady. This was trailed by a voyage through the Makli Necropoliswith a nitty gritty instructions by CEO Heritage Foundation, Yasmeen Lari, and lunch for the visitors.All in all it was an interesting knowledge for both the visitors and the neighborhood group.

110 years old woman

110 years old woman

villagers enjoying Tipu Sharif's performance

villagers enjoying Tipu Sharif’s performance

Tipu Sharif Singing a song for the beggars community at Makli

Tipu Sharif Singing a song for the beggars community at Makli

Tipu Sharif and Ms Yasmin Lari on the stage

Tipu Sharif and Ms Yasmin Lari on the stage

Shanaz Ramzi and Yasmin Lari with a villager

Shanaz Ramzi and Yasmin Lari with a villager

Shanaz Ramzi & Yasmeen Lari

Shanaz Ramzi & Yasmeen Lari

Ms Yasmin Lari, Tipu Sharif and Ms Shanaz distributing certificates to impoverished community

Ms Yasmin Lari, Tipu Sharif and Ms Shanaz distributing certificates to impoverished community

Lemonade seller at Makl

Lemonade seller at Makl

Kids enjoying and dancing to Tipu Sharif's Performance

Kids enjoying and dancing to Tipu Sharif’s Performance

Homes of the villagers at Makli

Homes of the villagers at Makli

Group photo of Team STARLINKS AND HERITAGE FOUNDATION WITH JOURNALISTS AND BLOGGERS

Group photo of Team STARLINKS AND HERITAGE FOUNDATION WITH JOURNALISTS AND BLOGGERS

certificate holders with Tipu Sharif

certificate holders with Tipu Sharif

Beggers Community

Beggers Community

Audience- Beggars community and journalists watching the program

Audience- Beggars community and journalists watching the program

 




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