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Bamian a.k.a. Bamyan Province is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan, located in the central highlands of the country. Its terrain is mountainous or semi-mountainous. The province is divided into six districts, with the town of Bamyan serving as its capital. The province has a population of about 425,500. It is the largest province in the Hazarajat region of Afghanistan, and is the cultural capital of the Hazara ethnic group that predominates in the area.
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by Ludwig W. Adamec
Bamian is a province in central Afghanistan with an area of about 6,757 square miles, a population of about 356,000, and a town of the same name that is the administrative center of the province. The town (population, including the district, ...
by Abbe Barreul
Bamian is a small, miserable, half-ruined town in Central Asia, half-way between Cabul and Balkh, at the foot of Kobhibaba, a huge mountain of the Paropamisian (or Hindu-Kush) chain, some 8,500 feet above the level of the sea. In days of ...
The Secret Doctrine (2011)
The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy by H. P. Blavatsky
Bamian is a small, miserable, half-ruined town in Central Asia, naif-way between Cabul and Balkh, at the foot of Kobhibaba, a huge mountain of the Paropamisian (or Hindu-Kush) chain, some 8,500 feet above the level of the sea. In days of ...
Century Path (1906)
A Magazine Devoted to the Brotherhood of Humanity, the Promulgation of Theosophy and the Study of Ancient and Modern Ethics, Philosophy, Science, and Art
Blavatsky says: Bamian is a small, miserable, half-ruined town in Central Asia, half-way between Cabul and Balkh, at the foot of Kobhibaba, a huge mountain of the (concluded on page 17) tot Deicent qf Mwi THE recent discovery of some ...
by Ludwig W. Adamec
September: Dennis reinforces Bamian. 18 September: Defeat of Uzbeks near Bamian.
by D. L. Bradley
defeated the Horde at a site near Bamian. Though it were a great victory the Ghorid contingent deserted ...
An Encyclopedia of Battles (2012)
Accounts of Over 1,560 Battles from 1479 B.C. to the Present by David Eggenberger
Bamian (Mongol Conquest of Central Asia), 1221. By the autumn of 1221 Genghis Khan's Mongol horde had overrun virtually all of the former Khwarizm Empire of central Asia. One of the Mongol columns was pushing westward into modern ...
The principal rivers of Afghanistan are the Hari-Rud, which flows through the Herat valley ; the Helmand, the largest river of Afghanistan, which rises near the Bamian valley and flows in a general southwestern direction, entering the Lake of ...
Chambers's encyclopaedia (1901)
a dictionary of universal knowledge by William Chambers, David Patrick, W. & R. Chambers Ltd, J.B. Lippincott Company
Bamian is a mountain-valley in Afghanistan, on the chief road ...
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Oldest oil-painted Buddha from Bamian Caves
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