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Abdur Rahman Abdur Rahman Khan Afghan Afghanistan agricultural Ahmad Shah Amanullah Amir ancient Aryans Bactria Badakhshan Baghlan Balkh Bamian banks beautiful border British Calcutta called capital Central Asia centre climate cotton cultivation distance districts Dost Mohammad Dost Mohammad Khan dynasty east exports factory famous Farah Fateh Khan feet fertile flows foreign fruits gardens Ghazni gorge Government Grishk Gul Bahar Helmand Herat hills Hindu Kush Hussain important India Indus industry irrigation Jalalabad Kabul River Kandahar Kataghan Khanabad King Mohammad Kunar Kunduz lake land lies London Mahmoud Maimanah Mazar-i-Sharif metres miles million Afghanis Minister Ministry modern Mohammad Nadir Mohammad Nadir Shah Mohammed mountains Mughal Nadir Shah northern Oxus Paghman Pamir Paris Pashto Pashto-Persian Pass Persian Peshawar plain plant province range road route Sardar Mohammad Sarobi Seistan silk snow streams Sultan summer Timurid tion tons valley villages winter