Lok Virsa, Ministry of National Heritage & Integration, is creating a cultural diorama on Saudi Arabia "Al-Ghadeer" at the Pakistan National Museum of Ethnology, popularly known as Heritage Museum at Shakarparian.

Heritage Museum depicts living cultural traditions and lifestyles of people of Pakistan having a covered area of 60,000 square feet. Besides thematic displays on the culture of Pakistan, the museum also presents link passages with those countries that have influences and affinities with the culture of Pakistan. So far, link passages with Iran, China and Central Asian States including Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan have already been set up at the Heritage Museum, which beautifully showcase the cultures of these countries.

Lok Virsa has allocated a spacious hall of 30x30 feet within Heritage Museum for the diorama, for which artifacts will be contributed by the Government of Saudi Arabia.

In this regard, a ceremony to inaugurate the space for Saudi diorama is being held at Lok Virsa Heritage Museum, Garden Avenue, Shakarparian, on Thursday (today) which will be graced by Dr Abdul Aziz Bin Ibrahim Al-Ghadeer, Ambassador of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and Shahzada Jamal Nazir, Federal Minister for Religious Affairs, National Regulation & Services, National Harmony, National Heritage & Integration.