Dear UNESCO council please consider my project to preserve the Chitrals cultural heritage. We would like to request your help to preserve the rich and unique culture found in Chitral.
Speakers call for joint efforts to develop the ancient society while maintaining their traditions. While natural disasters such as floods and earthquakes have threatened the people living in remote mountainous areas of the country, they have also threatened the centuries-old indigenous culture and language of these areas too which require urgent attention if they are to be preserved. To help work and preserve this culture we can work to create a way to protect the people when natural disasters strike and this will help the culture thrive longer.
Bulbulik is the first folk music school to give opportunities to musicians to come and hone their craft. Even though this school is already putting in effort to keep this rich culture alive. We can help and fund them in order to expand their teachings. Buildings could be built for teaching purposes and showcases.
The rich and unique cultural heritage of Chitral is being threatened by the fast social change and needs to be properly preserved. Chitral has distinct arts and crafts, traditional costumes, food and beverages, games, music, dance, folksongs and legendary and the primitive Kalash tribe. And we can work to preserve this by hosting monthly festival that showcase these amazing cultural traits. we can have interactive activities that allow people to experience the culture. And performances to showcase the music and art.
CHITRAL, Dec 7: The Chitral Heritage and Environment Protection Society (CHEPS) arranged a joint musical We can help to preserve the cultural heritage of Chitral by hosting joint musicals. We could have these monthly musicals where people of the community come together and join together. They can practice music and art that is from their culture, and this will help to bring back some of the culture that is slipping away.
Unless proactive steps are taken to preserve our culture, it will wither for lack of care and attention. Whether it's the crumbling walls of Moenjodaro or Derawar fort, or the ancient Buddhist statuary and iconography that can be found in many northern parts of the country, They have been neglected or often just simply ignored. To preserve these ancient I propose that we put in affect a law that states that these buildings should not be disturbed and remain as they are.