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Whether quietly or to global acclaim, the women of Pakistan are walking their talk towards equality (a recent example is Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy’s second Oscar for Pakistan last Sunday) and as they are doing so in a style so fine, bouquets of recognition are in order on this year’s International Women’s Day (March 8); this year’s theme is ‘Pledge For Parity’.
Yellow flowers symbolise International Women’s Day in countries all around the world with the fragrant mimosa being the Italian favourite. The global tradition is to present bouquets of these glorious flowers to the women in your life, and should be definitely practised in Pakistan. Continue reading