There is very strong combine-family system. Elders are respected heartily and get love and honour from youngsters, even if they are strangers and meeting each other for the very first time in any consequence.
Guests are honoured delightfully and treated with love and respect, as it is a Pakistani quote that," Guest is a blessing of God". So, relatives, colleagues, friends and people from neighbourhood feel happy and cheerful to meet and stay connected with each other.
Relatives, co-workers, neighbours,friends and mates stay united in every joy and sorrow and compete with each other in helping their friend in problem.
Friendships are very stronger and friends love each other without a reason and can do anything to make them laugh.
Pakistan is so stranger-friendly that everyone feels free in communicating with others.
It is considered rude to introduce yourself to strangers, it is generally advisable to ask some mutual acquaintance to introduce you. Strangers will speak with each other in the "formal" register of Urdu, and using the familiar register will be seen as very rude.
People of opposite sex do not shake hands when they greet each other. It is sometimes usual among men to put their right hand on their chest (heart) after shaking hands but friends and relatives hug each other when they meet.
In urban Sindh and in other parts of the country, men and women usually lower their head and lift their hand to their forehead to make the "adab" gesture when greeting each other.
When being introduced to elders or strangers while seated it is customary to get up as sign of respect.
It is advisable to ask a person how they wish to be addressed.