We Pakistanis are confused between cultures: superior culture, inferior culture, rural culture, urban culture, local culture, foreign culture and so on. We can’t choose our culture at the time of our birth, but it contributes to our brought up. The cultural difference gives us an identity and helps others to understand us. If a culture helps us to understand each other, how can it be good or bad. It can only be just different or unfamiliar to us. May be we are more privileged and more fortunate in terms of opportunities and resources, but how can it determine that we have more human rights than the underprivileged class or we are better quality human beings.
Thatta Kedona Project demonstrates it’s not the culture-by-birth that makes a difference but the opportunities. Similar opportunities develop another culture, and, that is, HUMAN CULTURE. Only Human Culture can bring social welfare to folks and promote mutual understanding between different cultures.