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What is so unique about Afghanistan?

What is so unique about Afghanistan?

It is a landlocked country in South Asia. Its capital and largest city is Kabul. Pashto and Dari are its official languages. Afghanistan is famous for its pomegranates in Asia.

Is Afghanistan a beautiful country?

But underneath this brutal and frustrating modern history lies a country with a natural and cultural beauty that has few equals in today’s world. With sweeping valleys, snow-capped peaks, and a patchwork of cultures and peoples, Afghanistan is truly one of the most gorgeous places on earth.

Do Afghans celebrate birthdays?

In fact, there are no birthdays here, just once-in-a-lifetime type events like the “cradle celebration,” in which Afghans invite friends and family—mostly women—to celebrate a baby’s new bed. “There is only one real party in your life,” says Sayed. “So when you grow up there is no party, until your wedding.

Is Kabul a pretty city?

Kabul. The capital of Afghanistan and the country’s largest city, Kabul has a millenary history, as it exists for more than 3,500 years. Some of the city’s attractive sites are the Abdul Rahman Mosque, the Afghan National Museum and the historic park, Gardens of Babur.

What was it like in Afghanistan before the Taliban?

This is what Afghanistan was like in the 60s/70s before the Taliban: Let’s imagine America was going through a long-winded second civil war and the nation was in ruins with no hope for a better future. The first people to leave America would most likely be the immigrants who have a second home to go to.

What do people say about the war in Afghanistan?

“Some people think Afghanistan will fall into the hands of militants after the Americans withdraw,” said Sayed Shaheer, a 20-year-old student at Kabul University, who has lived his entire life under the shadow of the American war there. “But it’s not like that. We can rebuild our country and we’ll have peace.

What do the Afghans think of the Indians?

What do Afghans think of Indians? It was 2006; I was working with UNDP in Herat, Afghanistan. I was member of a newly established literal and cultural association called “Speena Adee Association” where people from different ages and professions were gathering to discuss various issues of the city and country once during each 15 days.

What kind of people are the people of Afghanistan?

The state was formed by the political expansion of Pashtun tribes in the middle of the eighteenth century but was not unified until the end of the nineteenth century. Persian-speaking (Tajiks, Hazaras, and Aymaqs) and Turkic-speaking (Uzbeks and Turkmens) populations have been incorporated in the state.