Essay on Afghanistan

Muhammad Ghori

| Muhammad Ghori, Medieval History of India Muhammad Ghori was among the second invaders from Central Asia who invaded India after Mahmud of Ghazni in the 12th century. | | | | | | •| Invasion of Muhammad Ghori|  |  | | |  | | | | Sultan Shahab -ud -din Muhammad Ghori, also known […]

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Gender Inequality in Afghanistan

Outline your understanding of the concept of discrimination, analyses the discrimination faced by Individuals and groups In Afghanistan society and then assess ways of reducing that discrimination. In your answer, refer to Gender discrimination in Afghanistan. Discrimination is the common occurrence of negativity towards a particular group or individual, based on their ethnically background, racial […]

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On Culture, Clashes, and Kite Running

On Culture, Clashes, and Kite Running In his novel, The Kite Runner, Khaled Hosseini depicts his homeland Afghanistan as a host to many different cultures and classes, such as Pashtun and Hazara, Sunni and Shiite, with this dichotomy of beliefs and attributes being powerful enough to shape diverse, sometimes negative relationships amongst the characters of […]

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The Rugmaker of Mazar

Analyses how an idea is developed in a text you are studying. In the text, The Arguer of Mazda-e-Shari an autobiography by Ninja Mozart and Robert Hillman, the main character, Ninja Mozart, through the tests and trails he faces in his life, develops the idea of identity. The idea of identity is a major issue […]

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Kite Runner Social Divisions

Two main themes in the novel The Kite Runner are that of social class and gender roles. Everywhere that Amir, the main protagonist, turns, society is divided. From his earliest childhood memories to living in America, there always seems to be some sort of invisible line drawn between his people. There is separation between the […]

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Afghanistan

Due in part to the events on September 11, 2001, the United States has taken a vested interest in the government and the people of Afghanistan. Before 2001, only 8% of Americans were incapable of even finding the country of Afghanistan on a map. Now, those Americans who choose to follow the news, are all […]

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Afghanistan Religious Food

There are many customs around Nowroz but here are the most common ones that are experienced in Afghanistan are: Haft Mewa: A special drink called Haft Mewa (seven fruits). Haft Mewa which we are calling the Afghan New Year Fruit Medly on this blog is essentially compote made from seven different dried fruits and nuts […]

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A Thousand Splendid Sun’s

The driver who takes Babi, Laila, and Tariq to the giant stone Buddhas above the Bamiyan Valley describes the crumbling fortress of Shahr-e-Zohak as “the story of our country, one invader after another… we’re like those walls up there. Battered, and nothing pretty to look at, but still standing. ” Discuss the metaphorical importance of […]

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The Hazaras of Afghanistan

Afghanistan is an Islamic country in the Middle East surrounded by neighboring countries such as Pakistan and Iran. It is home to various ethnic tribes as it was once a country that is part of the Silk Road connecting the east and the western world (Ali 23). One of such many ethnic groups is the […]

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