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National Gazpacho Day: This is a Food Holiday (recipe found here)
Sindhi Topi and Ajrak Day (Sindh): Always check
Sindh Culture Day is observed on December 4th, 5th, 6th. The day is observed on the first sunday of December. The dates for 2011 was notified as 20th of November in order to accommodate the Holy month of Muharram expected to commence on 26th of November 2011. in 2009 it was 6th of december and in 2010 it was 5th december. The day is celebrated by the people of Sindh, province of Pakistan to express their loyalty to the Sindhi culture and it's thousands of year old cultural symbols, the traditional Sindhi Cap and Ajrak cloth. When the day was celebrated for the first time in 2009, it was referred to as "Sindhi Topi Day" (Sindhi Hat Day), however in 2010 it was universally referred to as "Sindh Culture Day".
Mitten Tree Day:
December 6 - This holiday is popular in schools. It's celebrated by setting up a fake tree, and have the children bring in a pair of mittens to hang on the tree for a cute and personal decoration for the classroom.
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