Every country has its indigenous people, who continue to live they way they have been living since centuries without being polluted by the changes taking place in the urban areas and the fashion. The indigenous people of Pakistan that constitute something like 70% of the total population and live in the rural areas are these people who reflect the true culture, traditions and aspirations of Pakistan.
Clad in simple shalwar kameez (a loose trousers and long shirt), the attire though changes locally from a place to another, is the common sight when travelling anywhere in Pakistan.
As for women, the women in Thar Desert wear gaudy coloured clothes with white bangles worn up to their elbows. Likewise the women of Kafiristan of Kalash in Chitral, generally the women folk wear black dresses as is apparent from their name (the wearers of black robe with homemade ornaments and stitch-work).
Normally men wear a headdress in almost all over Pakistan. In winters they wear a lose cloth made of wool or a coarse cloth to save them from the severity of the weather.
Find herein under some of the cloak which Pakistanis are found wearing. These vary from simple to brightly coloured clothes when attending festivals or functions.
Life as it is... by Mirjee
Local Woman @ Kunri by Raja Islam
Rural Life by smrafiq
Long live Pakistan! by Nadeem Khawar
Outside od Bibi jawindi by Shaun D Metcalfe
Zara Umr-e-Rafta Ko Awaaz Daina by NotMicroButSoft
Ecstasy by TARIQ/ sulemani
Singer by @mmar
Old man by jalalspages
علن فقیر کی یاد میں by Memorial Power
Above photographs are shared with Jalalspages Pakistan on Flickr