Thursday, 21 April 2011

All Pashto Top Actress-Models Dancers Wallpaper Gallery Photo Collection 2011

Pashto Hot Dancer Salma Shah Wallpaper, Pashtp Famous Actress Nadia Gul Photos, Pashto Actress Shehzadi Latest Gallery, All Pashto Film CD's Drama Actresses-Models Dancers Wallpaper and Pictures.

Pashto Top Famous Singers Latest Wallpaper-Pics-Pictures, Ghazala Javed, Nadia Gul, Dil Raj and Nazia Iqbal

Ghazala Javed Pashto Top Singer Latest Hot Wallpaper, Nazia Iqbal Pashto Music Queen New Photos Gallery, Dil Raj Pashto Young New Comer Singer Pics Gallery, Nadia Gul Pashto Actress-model Dancer Photos, All Pashto Singers Wallpaper 2011.

Pashto Film Drama Actors Wallpaper and Photos, Jahangir Khan, Ajab Gul, Arbaz Khan and Shahid Khan Pictures

Jahangir Khan Pashto Film Top Actor image gallery, Arbaz Khan pashto film super star gallery, Shahid Khan Pashto film cinema actor photos collection 2011, Ajab Gul Pashto famous star pics.

Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Most Famous Afghan Pashtuns Foods Wallpaper Collection Palaow and Sekh Kabab

These are the famous Afghan cultural foods and also these foods using by Pukthuns in Pakistan.

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Project Artemis, Rebuilding the Women of Afghanistan

In war-torn Afghanistan , much besides buildings and infrastructure has crumbled. The economy has seen ruin, and the lives of individuals, particularly women, has been harsh. But in 2005 an ingenious program by Thunderbird School of Global Management began taking steps to help Afghanis rebuild Afghanistan - one woman at a time.

Project Artemis is a two-week intensive business-training course that takes place on the school's main campus in Glendale , AZ , USA . Thirty women from Afghanistan have been chosen as Fellows in the program. They're brought to campus, given classes, individual instruction, and coaching in writing business plans. Tours of local companies are arranged so that the women can see a real business in action, and be given an opportunity to ask questions. They are also paired up with a Western female entrepreneur who promises to mentor them for at least two years.

During their time on campus, they develop a business plan, and on their own initiative, they've also created an Artemis business association so that they can still rely on the network they create while in Glendale . Through their mentors, all of whom have MBA degrees from Thunderbird, they have developed business contacts the world over. And through hard work and canny business skills, they have developed enormously successful and socially conscious companies in Afghanistan

about Your complete guide to Afghanistan

The glorious land of Afghanistan needs no introduction. It is known for its people, culture, heritage and landscape. Located in South Central Asia, Afghanistan enjoys cold winters and hot summers. The multiethnic society comprises of the Pashtuns, Tajiks, Hazaras, Uzbeks, Aimaks, Arabs and others. Pashto and Dari are the two official languages of Afghanistan. There are also other languages and dialects spoken throughout the country. Afghanistan is synonymous with architectural extravagance and grandeur. It boasts of a range of historical monuments. The popular Minaret of Jam is a case in point. In fact, it has been touted as a heritage site by the UNESCO.

Buzkashi is the national sport of Afghanistan. Hound racing is also one of the popular sports. The Afghan Sports Federation runs the majority of official sports in Afghanistan. As far as its culture is concerned, Islam is practised by the majority of Afghanis. They are ardent followers of the Islam religion. They fast from dawn to dusk during the holy month of Ramadan; they are not supposed to eat, drink, smoke or chew gum during this period. Afghani women are traditionally responsible for household chores while men are the bread winners. Hospitality is an integral aspect of the Afghan culture. Persian poetry also forms an integral part of the culture.

Handshake is the most popular form of greeting in Afghanistan; some people also put their hands over their hearts and nod. However, men and women are never seen shaking hands with one another. They are not even allowed to speak directly in public. Eye contact is usually avoided between men and women. Women are required to dress appropriately to keep unwanted attention at bay; they dress modestly and conservatively.

 They are usually seen sporting a headscarf in public. Afghan men dress in traditional suits and shoes. So far as Afghani cuisine is concerned, it largely comprises of hand baked bread and meat or vegetable. Food is delectable and spicy. It is a unique blend of a variety of tasteful spices. Afghani cuisine is far from bland.

Guests are highly revered in Afghanistan. Expected and unexpected guests can both look forward to unmatched hospitality.
 Guests will never return hungry from an Afghani's house. As mentioned earlier, hospitality is an important aspect of the Afghani culture. It is a way of life for Afghans. As far as education is concerned, the curriculum is largely dominated by religious studies. There is not much emphasis on science, technology and literature.

Monday, 11 April 2011

Latif Nangarhari Pashto Nice Song About Khushal Khan Khattak Watch Online

Khushal Khan Khattak Great Pashto Poet Biography-History and Pictures

Khushal Khan Khattak (1613–1689) (Pashto: خوشحال خان خټک) was a prominent Pashtun poet, warrior, and tribal chief of the Khattak tribe. He wrote a huge collection of Pashto poems during the Mughal Empire in the 17th century, and admonished Afghans (Pashtuns or Pakhtuns) to forsake their divisive tendencies and unite against the Mughal Army. Promoting Afghan nationalism through poetry, he was a renowned military fighter who became known as the "Afghan Warrior Poet". Khushal Khan lived in the foothills of the Hindu Kush mountains in what is now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Pakistan.

Kandahar Afghanistan History Geography | Qandahar Afghanistan Latest Photos Pics HQ Wallpaper

Kandahār or Qandahār (Pashto/Persian: کندهار or قندهار, Ancient Greek: Αλεξάνδρεια αραχνοειδής Transliteration: Alexandria Arachosia) is the second largest city in Afghanistan, with a population of about 468,200 as of 2006. It is the capital of Kandahar province, located in the south of the country at about 1,005 m (3,297 feet) above sea level. The Arghandab River runs along the west of the city.

Kandahar is a major trading center for sheep, wool, cotton, silk, felt, food grains, fresh and dried fruit, and tobacco. The region produces fine fruits, especially pomegranates and grapes, and the city has plants for canning, drying, and packing fruit. Kandahar has an international airport and extensive road links with Farah and Herat to the west, Ghazni and Kabul to the northeast, Tareen Kot to the north, and Quetta in Pakistan to the south.

Many empires have long fought over the city, due to its strategic location along the trade routes of Southern and Central Asia. In 1709, Mirwais Hotak made the region an independent kingdom and turned Kandahar into the capital of the Hotaki dynasty. In 1747, Ahmad Shah Durrani, founder of the Afghan Empire, made it the capital of modern Afghanistan. From 1996 to 2001, Kandahar served as the capital of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. Since 2002, the city is slowly being rebuilt.

Kandahar Afghanistan Photos

Thursday, 7 April 2011

India vs Afghanistan Live Streaming ICC T20 World Cup

ndia vs Afghanistan Live Streaming,Afghanistan vs India Live Streaming,India vs Afghanistan

Match no.: 3, Group C
India: One of the Favorites to win this world cup. It should be an easy task for them to win this match and starts their campaign on the winning note. It could be a practice match for them but the men in blue shouldn't be complainant against the minnows. Though the IPL has taken the toll out of them, if they just play upto their potential then they could easily win the match. Yuvi's form is a cause of concern. The team would be hoping him to repeat the form of 2007 wc. Should be one sided match for them.

Afghanistan: A team whose members are from refugee camps, who have grown up in a war Zone and who will try to bring in new zeal and excitement to the rather dull T20 World cup. It has been a dream run for Afghanistan who narrowly missed the bus to World Cup and came into T20 to stir things a little. Cricket being followed by the countrymen pretty well, Afghanistan Captain says that the match is more than just being about the result as they do not have anything to lose. Afghanistan has surprsd everyone beng th elading assocates team and are ready to surprise India Cricket team as well. Nothing to lose for them.

Players to watch out for

M Vijay: This could be his debut match for India. A very clean hitter and never tried any ugly shot even though he was playing T-20 games. Huge hit of this year IPL and 127 runs against the Royals has fetched him a place in the Indian team over the likes of Uthappa, Tiwary and Raydu. A good start here could cement his place in all the matches of the WC, otherwise, team India would shuffle too many players at the top. Its not easy to fill the place of Sehwag. Big test ahead him.

Karim Sadiq: They call him "Sehwag of Kabul". He is the batsman to watch out for. The only other one to hit a double century while chasing mammoth 494 against Canada, he is going to be all out to prove himself.

Kabul Afghanistan Capital Beautiful HQ Photos - Kabul Afghanistan History Geography

You are looking at Kabul Afghanistan the capital of Afghanistan and a large city in Afghanistan. Kabul is established hundreds years ago. and Kabul is the beautiful city of Afghanistan. Kabul is a rush city. and it is small than people. now-a-days Kabul is controlling around the world's people such as ISAF (NATO) Forces in Afghanistan and foreign soldiers. Kabul weather is very cooler in winter but it is good in summer. If you want to know more about Kabul and Afghanistan then you should visit Kabul city.  

Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Rahman Baba Pashto Great Poetry/Shayari Best Ghazal in Picture

Pashto Language Great Poet AFZAL SHAUQ POET OF LOVE, LIFE, HUMANITY / Ayaz Daudzai

One of their active and productive pals, Afzal Shauq , is anxious to tread that unbeaten path, in the domain of 21st century Pashto literature. He has acquired considerable grasp of the new trends and critical discourses on the Post-Modernism in the Western literature. Well educated and widely traveled in the countries of the east and west, he has closely studied the culture and the way of life of the countries he has visited. He has keenly observed the goings on and life style of the countries, having been the centres of the ancient civilization and culture such as, Egypt, Rome, London and Paris. In his travels, Afzal shauq , was fully equipped electronic gadgets of photography and audio cassettes recording. Besides visiting places of historical interest, literary institutions  and cultural centres, he had rounds of busy bazaars, markets and parks, capturing and  preserving landscapes and sound images, besides recording interviews and chatting with men and women in the streets and institutions.

Based on this pictorial and sonic material, he compiled three creatively conceived and inspiringly portrayed travelogues published in beautifully printed books. He has given frank and thought provoking accounts of what he had seen and heard, in well-written prose, interspersed with poetic pieces, composed  on various occasions during his journey. He has also published two collections of his poetry, mostly consisting of prose poems. Another of his prose books is an experimental biographical novel of great literary merit. This novel is written in the perspective of Pharaoh’s era of Egypt, which merges ancient past with the present day space age.

The lead lady character is an Egyptian beauty (Shauq’s wife) and hero of the book is Shauq himself, with fictitious name Sailaney ( the traveler) .  The heroin has been modeled after the enchanting queen of Egypt of yore, Cleopatra, whose enticing charm has been immortalized by Shakespeare, saying, her infinite variety can be withered by age, nor staled by custom.

Afzal Shauq is lucky enough as 333 of his selected prose poems have been translated to English by a gifted American damsel, Alley Boling, an intellectual, scientist, philosopher and a marvelous muse. A perfectionist, she devoted two long years of her precious multi – task carrier in Georgia, USA, to render into English verse Shauq’s poems, published under the title, TWIST OF FATES. She plans to publish the book in the United States, too. If effectively promoted through media and book – launching functions, it is quite possible that the book will hit the best sellers list in that country.

I feel that the plot of Shauq’s novel may have been inspired by his poem, published in the TWIST OF FATES. Here are relevant lines from the poem, titled “ Global Sign” ( dedicated to Dr. Ouahiba Sakani Afzal, dearest life partner of Afzal Shauq) , He says;

                Daughter of Pharaoh
                Queen of Egypt
For love’s sake
Places her Crown
At the feet
Of Pashtun Caesar,

The dominant themes of Afzal Shauq’s poetry, as published in the TWIST OF FATES, are love, life and humanity, which though amply dealt with in world literature, yet Shauq gives new meanings and dimensions to these ideas. He has written unique poems in starting, simple but evocative  style, which at the same time are shocking, shaking, dazzling, amazing and soothing. He presents love as enriching, ennobling life and cementing humanity. Besides poetry, almost half the world’s philosophy is devoted to these three elements: “ Man is born free and has to live freely, without social taboos and restrictions and oppressive legal systems.

Mankind is the descendant of a single diving couple, Adam and Eve, and must live like brothers all over the globe, turning it into a paradise, lost by their heavenly ancestors. Equality, justice, and universal peace are yearning passion of Shauq. He abhors the idea of a global village …. Which is a codename for the enslavement of human being to be fettered by the exploitation might of market economy and technological superiority.

The most perplexing problem facing MAN today is, how to actualize the diction;

                “ Live and let Live”

As Robert Browning says,

                So free we seem
                So fettered fast we are.

Shakespeare in Hamlet observes;

       For who would bear whips and scorns of time,
       The oppressor’s wrong, the proud man’s contumely,
       The pangs of disprized love, the law’s delay,
       The insolence of office and the spurns,
       _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

                The grunt and sweat
                Under the weary life.

William Black says,

                Life delights in  “ Life”.

A French anonymous song hits the bull’s – eye;

                It’s love that
                Makes the world
                Go round.

Bertrand Russell philosophizes:

                Broadly speaking, we are in the
                Middle of a race between human
                Skill as the “ means ” and
                Human folly as the  “ end “.

Shauq upholds the enlightened Zoroaster’s teaching, as propounded in the scripture - - Zhand – Avesta, about light and darkness. Light, he says, signifies the Good and darkness, the Evil. Both are at ceaseless war, against each other since time immemorial. It is the light, which will ultimately triumph. Zoroaster preached that Ormazd is the Lord of goodness, Light and Creator of mankind. He identified the deity of darkness and evil, as Ahriman. In Persian language and literature, Ahriman still stands for Satan, while Ormazd has been turned into Yazdan, meaning Allah Almighty. Zoroaster is believed to have lived in the 6th century BC.

Shauq is fully conscious of the complexities of life. He says;

                Life is a snake crawling
                Life’s path
                Twist and turns
                And the distances
                Are always expanding

Yet, he is optimistic that life will shine with bright light at the end of the dark tunnel. This he portrays in the following lines..

                The state
                Yet new
                Bushes grow
                Bringing hope
                For new

About love, Shauq says;

                And with love
                All vanish,
                This, I believe

Shauq is restless soul, always on the move, in the quest for peace, amity, and universal brotherhood. He years that;

                Like travelers of yesterday
                It would be my wish
                To go to world’s corners
                The white flag of peace,
                The banner I would carry
                Removing all the borders.
                And whole humankind
                Could join together
And in another two lines, Afzal Shauq, lark of thousands melodies, aspires;

                For a white flag
                To wave against the darkness.

Now, let us recall prophetic Goete’s dying words - - - only two words;

                “ MORE  LIGHT ”

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Learn Pashto Language Online For Free Pashto Reading Speaking and Writing Online

Pashto (also known as Pashtu, Pakhto, Pakhtu, Paxto) is the language of the Afghans. And these days many people are learning it. May be the rising interest in learning Pashto is that it is the language of those people who are living in that areas of the world where the whole world is engaged at the time.

Any language you want to learn have three steps: reading, writing and speaking. So is Pashto.

Read Pashto
To learn the language, you must read it frequently. This way you become familiar with words and phrases and increase your vocabulary.

There are numerous Pashto sites where you can read articles, stories, news, books and other stuff, and discuss things with other Pashto speaking people for free.

For general reading, you can visit,, and To read current and classic Pashto literature, you can go to, and

For latest news reading, there is I must tell you that any news item they publish on this site in Pashto is also available in English. is a blog where you can find valuable information in this regard.

Write Pashto
To write Pashto with correct grammar is a bit difficult for beginners. But a lot of people have done it and there are many non-Pashtoons who have written a lot of books in Pashto.

If you are familiar with other Eastern languages like Persian, Arabic, Urdu and Sindhi, then you would have no problem to write Pashto.

When you read any interesting article or news on a site, write it yourself. Write some every day phrases and sentences that we use in conversations. Write with correct alphabets and grammar.

This way you improve not only your writing but also increase your reading power and vocabulary.

Speak Pashto
Speaking fluently is a dream of every language learner. There are many softwares available online that help speak Pashto. Like Rosetta Stone, Squido and some others CD programmes.

But the easiest and most effective way is to find a native Pashto speaker and talk to him/her. This way you can learn speaking with fast and properly.

There are many sites on the Internet where you can find a Pashto speaking partner. There are,,,, etc.

Listening radio and music will also help you improve your speaking power. To listen Pashto radios go to,, etc. To listen Pashto music, visit

To find a full list of Pashto sources on Internet, click on this link .

Pakhtoons From Afghanistan History and Pakhtuns Nations

After some disputes with Alagh baig in (1490-1485)when Yousuf Zee came down from Khyber,Dallazak gave them, the area of Dowawa due to sympathey with them . At that time Dallazak were living in the areas from Bajwar to Mradan and Sawabi. Also to the south of River Kabul ,this area was in the control of them. But the lands of Ashnaghar were in the ownership of the Jahangiri Kings of swat. The capital of the area was Mangloria. The last King of this family was king Sultan Awais. The lands of Ashnaghar were in the fenancy of same farmers whose owners were there King. When yousuf Zee came to Dowawa,they asked more land from Dallazak.They were given the land up to Bajawar of Danishkol and Auber. Adter some time Yousuf Zee also snatched Ashnaghar from the tenants of the Kings of Swat by force.And thus slouly they took the areas of Mardan, Sawabi, swat and Dir from Dallazaks the last battle between yousuf zee and Dallazak was faught at Katlang. In this battle Dallazaks were badly defeated. Those who remaind lined at the other side of Abaseen in Hazara, while some of them remained in Dowawa.The battle of Katlang destroyed Dallazaks as a nation.In this battle of Katlang; Mohammad Zee,Kheshki, Googyani and Utman Khel also faught against Dallazak, in favour of Yousuf Zee.

"Acording to some thoughts up to 1010 Yousuf Zee had taken control of district Mardan,Dir and Swat.
Due to their support, Mohammad zee were make lived in Hashtangar,Googyani and Utman Khel in Doaba and Kheshkis in Nowshera.

When Kheshkis came down with Muhammad Zee and took control of Ashnaghar with yousuf Zee,and tey started their life here.Two three miles to the north-west of Charsadd-e-Khas and built a vilage by the name of Kheshgi Darra.And when they got this present area(village)due to the distribution by Sheikh Malli (1525-30),they came here and started living on the bank of river Kabul in two villages.The present Kheshki is divided in to two parts,Kheshki Bala and Kheshki Payan. According to the distribution and partition of 1877 both the villages are divided in accordance with the lands and Khels in to eight,eight Khels and Tals.

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Rahman Baba Great Pashto Poet Biography History and Pic - Ghani Khan Legend Pashto Poetry Life Information and Photos

Abdur-Rehman Mohmand was a great Pashto language poet, He was born in 1653 and died in 1711. He has written a large number of Pashto Poems on deferent issues as well as on Pashto language, He has left a treasure of pashto poetry for the new generation of Pashto language. Pashtun called him Rehman Baba it's mean he is the father of Pashto poetry. Da Rahman Baba Dewan is a good work of him.
Ghani Khan was also a great poet of Pashto language, He died in 20th century, but has left revolution type poetry for Paskhtoon nation. He was the son of Khan Abdul Ghafar Khan and brother of Khan Abdulwali Khan. He was a brave poet of Pashto language and has written on every topic of life.

Pashto Traditional Dance "Attan" and Cultural Pashtoons Clothes and Hujra Photos

Pashtoon small baby beautiful local Afghan dress wallpaper.
Pashtuns of around the world know their culture in everywhere in the world. Pashtoon's traditional cloths contain on a "Waskat" and "Salwar" "Kameez" and it is the sign of Pakhtuns live in all over the world.

It is Pashton Dring Room it called "Hujra" in Local language. Pashtuns descuss the current issues and other topics on their Hujras. and it has been from hundreds of years in the pashtoon culture.

Pashto Language Short History and Introduction

Pashto (Naskh: پښتو [paʂˈto]; also transliterated Pakhto, Pushto, Pukhto, Pashtu, Paxto or Pushtu), also known as Afghani, is the native language of the indigenous Pashtun people who are found primarily in the area between the Hindu Kush mountains in Afghanistan and the Indus River in Pakistan. It is a member of the Eastern Iranian languages group spoken in Afghanistan and Pakistan as well as by the Pashtun diaspora around the world.

Pashto belongs to the Northeastern branch of the Indo-Iranian language family, although Ethnologue lists it as Southeastern. The number of Pashtuns or Pashto-speakers is estimated 50-60 million people world wide. The Constitution of Afghanistan declares Pashto as one of the two official languages of the country, the other being Dari (Persian)

Pashto Girls History, Pashtun Girls Attractive HQ wallpaper, Pashto Girls Eduction Article

You are looking at Pashtun girls at this page, the innocent soul of the world, I would like to inform you something about Pashtun girls, Pashtoon girls live in Afghanistan and Pakistan. A girl wants to get education in the present world, but unfortunately Pashton girls can't get education easy despite of a lot of hard work and honesty. Will it will be happen in the future? it is a common question about Pashtun girls in the world. in Afghanistan we can't say that it will be happen, but we can say in Pakistan it may happen at anytime.

Just see this beautiful girl, who wears the traditional clothes and other staff.
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