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SYMBOLS OF AFGHANISTAN
Transcript of SYMBOLS OF AFGHANISTAN
SYMBOL OF AFGHANI FLAG:
The coat of arms has the added label of the shahadah (oneness of God) at the top. Below it is the image of a mosque. Attached to the mosque are two flags, taken to stand for flags of Afghanistan.
The Buddhas of Bamiyan were two 6th century monumental statues in bamiyan Afghanistan.
Snow Leopard and eagle is the national animal of Afghanistan. In Afghani 25 rupee the front the coin has eagle picture and at the back snow leopard.
The Amred Force of Afghanistan:
"The Afghan Armed Forces" are the military forces of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. The army of Afghanistan plays important role to bring piece and prosperity.
Afghani traditional dress is an important part of our culture. That shows the symbol of colourfulness and happiness all around.
Afghanistan has two national sportsBuzkashi means “goat dragging” in Persian. Two teams fight over a goat, earning points by dragging it into a circle. The Afghanistan national football team has been competing in international football since 1941.
CULTURE OF AFGHANISTAN:
A cemented plaque in front of Afghanistan’s Kabul Museum proudly states:
"A nation stays alive when it's Culture
This shows how culture plays a vital role in
our life being a symbolic and also an identity
of afghan people. Afghan culture includes their
clothing,, music, arts, festival celebration and food.
MUSIC AND ARTS:
He was a singer, songwriter, and composer from Afghanistan. He called the "King of Afghan music".
EVENTS AND FOODS
The afghan cuisines were made on special celebration like Nawroz (new year) and Eid Mubarak (called Feast of Breaking the Fast).
FAMOUSE HISTORIC PLACE:
An Afghan rug (or Afghan carpet) is a type of hand-woven floor-covering textile traditionally made in Afghanistan.
prepared by Parwana Niazi
National Anthem of Afghanistan
The Blue Mosque is a mosque located in the heart of Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan.
Band-e Amir National Park is Afghanistan's first national park, located in the Bamyan Province.