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Afghans are a group of people who primarily live in Afghanistan, a landlocked country situated in South Asia. The term Afghan is also used to refer to anyone who is a citizen of Afghanistan or who has an Afghan ancestry. The Afghan people are known for their rich cultural heritage, which is a blend of various influences from the neighboring regions. Afghanistan has a long and complex history, with its people having been influenced by various empires and civilizations over the centuries. The Afghan people are primarily made up of various ethnic groups, including Pashtuns, Tajiks, Hazaras, Uzbeks, and others. Each of these groups has its own unique cultural traditions, languages, and customs. The Afghan people are known for their hospitality and strong sense of community. Family and social ties are highly valued in Afghan culture, and people often gather together to share meals, celebrate important events, and support one another in times of need. Traditional Afghan cuisine is also an important part of the culture, with dishes such as kebabs, pilau, and qorma being popular throughout the country. Despite the challenges faced by the Afghan people, including ongoing conflict and political instability, they have shown remarkable resilience and strength in the face of adversity. The Afghan people continue to work towards a brighter future for themselves and their country, and their rich cultural heritage remains an important part of their identity.

Afghanistan, culture, ethnicity, hospitality, resilience

Nicholas Gray

CITATION : "Nicholas Gray. 'Afghans.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on February 24, 2024)"

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