The festival attracted local residents of Quetta and featured stalls that offered food and other cultural items.
Speaking to Dunya News, Roshan Bharucha, the Chairperson of SOS Children Village, Quetta said people were enjoying the festival, and there should be more of such events to provide people more opportunities to celebrate.
“We have play area and face painting for children. Families are coming and enjoying the food and the event,” said one of the organisers of the event.
The one-day festival also exhibited cultural stalls in coordination with the theme of spring, adding to the festivity of the event.
“The stalls here are representing the various colours of Baloch culture featuring local handicrafts and jewellery,” said another member of the organizing team.