Colors of Pakistan – Street Art in a Village of Pakistan – Part 3

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21. “WATAN KI MATTI AZEEM HAI TU, AZEEM TAR HM BNA RHY HAIN”
Shahi Qila is one of the greatest historic forts that is also known as the most visiting spot of Lahore city. People love to visit that masterpiece of architect and symbol of beautiful Muslim history. The fort was built in 1566 however, renovated in the 17th century and onwards under the direction of different empires of Mughal, Sikhs, etc. People of Pakistan feel proud to have such an amazing heritage and do protect that national asset. In the current wall mural, the flag of Pakistan is waving on the top of the central gate of Shahi Qila moreover, beautiful patriotic lines of a famous national song are also been painted to express the love and affection for homeland Pakistan.
22. “PANI SY SAY ZINDAGI”
Water is a symbol of life that reflects water as a driving force of nature. There is a famous English maxim by Sylvia Earle; “no water, no life. No blue, no green.” There is a beautiful and deep social message that can be seen in the current wall painting. The earth is feeding the other natural resources with water as; every water is considered holy water for the life existence.

23. “PAKISTAN RAILWAY”
The railway is considered the mean of transportation for common people. It belongs to the public and serves the public. In the current wall mural, the train of Pakistan railway is been shown at the Pindsultani railway station. The beautiful scenery of the village along with black mountains, blue bright sky, eye-catching green fields, and beautiful trees are also enhancing the charm of the wall painting.
24. “SUBH-E-HAYAT KI ARZ-E-WATAN MAIN SHAAM
JEENA BHI IS KY NAAM HO, MARNA BHI IS KY NAAM HO”

Pakistan is the home of multiethnic and culturally diverse people. In Pakistan, people live unanimously as in bouquet of diversity in terms of culture, ethnicity, religion, and tribes. In the contemporary wall mural, flowery creeper can be seen that reflects the colors of the love and life of our dearest motherland Pakistan. The stanza painted in this wall painting also reflects the love for the homeland for whom one can sacrifice his life without hesitation.
25. “JASHN-E-AZAADI MUBARAK”
The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is achieved as a Muslim state that will provide equals rights to all minority and equal rights to all the citizens. In the current wall painting, the historic “Darawar fort” is presented along with the date of its construction. The fort was initially constructed in the nineteenth century by the Hindu ruler Butta however, was reconstructed by Muslim Nawabs of the Bahawalpur state. The fort is the symbolic art piece of Hindu and Muslim civilizations.

26. “AYAAI PAKISTAN KO MAZBOOT BNANY MAIN APNA KIRDAR ADA KRYN”
Unity is the best tool to build a strong nation that also demands every individual to take apart and be answerable about his responsibilities. In this street wall painting, there is a message of unity and collective work for the Pakistani nation.
27. “DARAKHT HAIN TU HUM HAIN”
The plantation is the best tool to make our surroundings healthy and peaceful. Moreover, tree plantation is the most useful and healthy activity. In the current street painting of the village Pindsultani, the importance of tree plantation is been highlighted. Colorful trees that are reflecting all seasons of Pakistan along with all their beauty and significance.
28. “SARSABZ PAKISTAN”
Bright morning from the sky of the world, bloomed rich green tree along with the message of green and clean Pakistan, all are presented in a signal frame of the contemporary wall oil painting. The brightness of the sun reflects the progress of Pakistan however, the green tree portrays Pakistan as a progressive country that is improving and getting successful day by day.
29. “PAKISTAN NY AGAY PARHNA HAI, BARHNA HAI”
Education is the greatest gift one can ever convey to the future generation. “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world,” (Nelson Mandela). In the current wall painting of the Pindsultani village, there is the message of public awareness regarding education is been painted by the well-known artist of the village, Mr. Fiaz Anjum. Education is an important weapon that can be used to bring peace and humanity in any nation however, girls’ education should be considered equally important as of boys. “When you invest in a girl’s education, she feeds herself, her children, her community and her nation”, (PM Norway, Ema Solberg).
30. “TERA PAKISTAN HAI YAI MERA PAKISTAN HAI”
In the current wall mural, brotherhood and harmony can be seen through different symbolic figures. In this wall painting, representation of four provinces of Pakistan is visible via the symbolic identity of each province such as; Minar-e-Pakistan for Punjab, Ziarat residency of Quaid-e-AZAM for Balochistan, Mizar-e-Qaid for Karachi, Bab-e-Khyber for KPK province. Similarly, Faisal mosque is depicting the presence of capital city Islamabad that also illustrates the unanimity along with the federation of Pakistan. The stanza is written in the wall art also explains the brotherhood of the Pakistani nation.