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15 Images Revealing The Shocking Transformation In Life Of Afghanistan

15 Images Revealing The Shocking Transformation In Life Of Afghanistan
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In late 60's, Afghanistan was a peaceful country, full of cultural activities and music. But now, terrorism has vastly affected the lives of Afghani people. The terrorist groups like Taliban, Al-Qaeda and others have disturbed the peaceful environment in Afghan.

Here are some exclusive pictures from the Afghan in 60's that will make you aware of the life of innocent Afghani residents.

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Innocent kids enjoying the classical Afghan music in the 60's

Innocent kids enjoying the classical  Afghan music in the 60's

There was not much violence as compared to now. The people of Afghanistan highly promoted education, but now it is totally restricted. Let's pray for their bright future.

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Open room classes

Open room classes
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No need of space. Classes under trees were a common sight in Afghan, and it was good for the development of the nation. Sadly, today terror has vastly affected it.

An Afghan Hound

 An Afghan Hound
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One of the famous pets in Afghanistan is Hound. This Afghani hound is a dog species and is loved by the Afghan people. Today, they are available in rare numbers.

Old school vintage cars highlighted as pride of Afghan in the 60's

Old school vintage cars highlighted as pride of Afghan in the 60's
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The photograph reminds us of old Afghan streets, where vintage cars were main highlights. Unluckily, today we just see the terror on the streets.

Entry of foreigners

Entry of foreigners
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The relation between Englishmen and Afghan people was very close during the old days until terror influenced their nation.

Beauty of Afghanistan

Beauty of Afghanistan
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It is still famous for its beautiful hilly areas. Most of the Afghan is covered with vast mountains from its north side rolling towards south west. Today, Afghan is known worldwide as a terror capital.

Education was open to everyone irrespective to genders

Education was open to everyone irrespective to genders
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In late 60's, education was open to everyone. There was no restriction towards Afghan students as compared to Afghan in 2016. Today, Taliban and other terrorist groups have a large impact on their education system.

Paghwan garden, destroyed during US invasion

Paghwan garden, destroyed during US invasion
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In above picture, we can see two foreigners enjoying at Paghwan garden, but unfortunately, it was destroyed during the invasion of US.

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Afghan music

Afghan music
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Afghani music is famous worldwide for belly dancing. The music of Afghanistan has existed for a long time, but since the late 1970's, the country has been involved in constant wars and people are less concerned about music.

Markets of Afghan

Markets of Afghan
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During late 60's, the market of Afghan was openly placed with large spaces. All types of peoples use to visit there and enjoys the different kinds of foods and clothes.  But today, this freedom has been abandoned by the terrorists.

Kings hill in Paghman gardens

Kings hill in Paghman gardens
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Paghman Gardens is a popular place in Kabul.People relax here and take rest for long hours. Today if you visit Afghanistan, you will just find remains of Paghman Gardens.

Afghan men walking carefree!

Afghan men walking carefree!
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Afghan's Valley hears echoes of terror and bullets. What a peaceful atmosphere it was during the 60's. Bring back peace in Afghan.

Afghan Military Band!

Afghan Military Band!
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If you see videos of Afghan army back in 60's on Youtube, you will be shocked to find the difference then and today.

Laundry and swimming enjoyed in history of Afghan

Laundry and swimming enjoyed in history of Afghan
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Exclusive picture of Afghan man working hard and enjoying merry swimming moments near Kabul river.

Making sweet dishes in a fresh air, to cherish sweet moments of life

Making sweet dishes in a fresh air, to cherish sweet moments of life
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An Afghan man is making the sweet dish "jalebi". This picture shows the enthusiasm of Afghan people for celebrating festivals with independence. Today, it will be shocking to find one sweet maker in the streets. God bless Afghan!

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