Uncategorized Nauroz in Afghanistan: The Colors of happiness!! 14 years ago Pamir Times FacebookTwitterLinkedin Photograph by Tayib Jan Pamir Times administrator Pamir Times is the pioneering community news and views portal of Gilgit – Baltistan, Kohistan, Chitral and the surrounding mountain areas. It is a voluntary, not-for-profit, non-partisan and independent venture initiated by the youth. See author's posts FacebookTwitterLinkedinShare this:FacebookWhatsAppTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading...Share this on WhatsApp Tags: Pamir, Photographs, WAKHAN Continue Reading Previous Scouts to Celebrate Nauroz and Pakistan Day with Music MelaNext Shishkat Youth Society celebrates Nauroze in Karachi More Stories Uncategorized Health Implications of Early Electronic Screen Exposure 19 hours ago Pamir Times Uncategorized Gulmit Tower summitted for the first time 4 weeks ago Pamir Times Uncategorized CHEPS steps up to keep Shandur clean 1 month ago Pamir Times Uncategorized GB govt asked to provide “Computer literate trainers, enumerators for 7th digital census” 2 months ago Pamir Times Uncategorized The Unwanted Child 5 months ago Pamir Times Uncategorized Sir Aga Khan’s Drive for Education 9 months ago Pamir Times 6 thoughts on “Nauroz in Afghanistan: The Colors of happiness!!” People celebrate the day with relgious respect and with a cultural touch. They go to nearby hills and spend sometime with their family and friends (what is called “Jangal main Mangal” in Urdu). They prepare a dish called “Samanak” what we call SAIMAN in Gojal, I forgot what it is called in Burushaski. Afghanistan is not what is shown on media, people live normal life and enjoy days like these. Tayib Sir Saiman in Wakhi and in Brushaski its called (Diram) 9rOse Dear loopyor, I have just received saiman from Qazideh. Shogun muborak to every one Mehboob Hope you enjoyed the Haft Seen(7 seen) including saiman, shogun muborak Good to see the colours of Afghanistan and the chat between you people Nawruz-e sa-id omed, Yo Rabb ki muborak bod Nuzhat be maz-id omed, Ya Rabb ki muborak bod Biguzasht pareshoni, az rehmat-i rabboni Alam shud nurani, Yo Rabb ki muborak bod Chun muzhda-yi id omed, mabda’ bima id omed Nowruz-i sa-id omed, Yo Rabb ki muborak bod By: Da’i of Khurasan, Husayn bin Ya’ qub Shah O Lord, Mubarak! For the festive Norouz has arrived, O Lord, Mubarak! For joy has come in abundance by Divine mercy, all sorrows have disappeared; the world has become luminous, O Lord! Mubarak! When the glad tidings of Eid arrived, the origin reached the place of return, festive Norouz has arrived, O Lord Mubarak! Comments are closed.