This painting brings out harmony through cultural symbolism and common heritage of society. This is the Pakistani social scene of a festival to honour the Sufic teachings of a 17th century Saint Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai at his birth anniversary in Sindh, Pakistan, South Asia. He advocated for love, fairness and equality for all. This painting brings the anthropology of Sindh through its people who come from different backgrounds and classes. This event transcends these differences, gender and class discriminations and shows all as equal sitting, meditating, singing, reciting, playing and dancing in the loving embrace of the shrine. Pakistan is home to one of the oldest Indus Valley Civilization. This painting remembers its civic and urban roots in the oldest civilization that advocates harmony, equality and fairness.