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Latest colorful pictures from Dambura festival in Bamiyan. This is why Buddha lived in Bamiyan for ages. And this is the picture the world has to see from Afghanistan. These pictures give us a clear message: security, awarness and gender equality. I wish to have such gatherings in all provinces. Music, cultural events and peaceful events are useful for mental and physical wellbeing of the country.
DanboraFestival in Bamyian pic. A couple of years ago, Nationalia released — find it here in Catalan — an interview with Carme Roure, in which the state of discrimination and violence faced by the Hazara was analysed.
Today, we are having a look onto a rather kinder face of that territory through this Global Voices story. The Bamyan region in central Afghanistan might be best known outside the country for a horrific crime perpetrated against cultural heritage, but 17 years on there are few parts of Afghanistan doing more to preserve culture.
In , the Taliban infamously blew up a giant carved Buddha in Bamyan, a region defined by its diverse archaeology, coruscating lakes, vivid panoramic valleys and rich-green meadows. If it is possible to muster a response to such devastating cultural loss, then the five-day Dambura Festival, which has now become a regular fixture in the region, would seem appropriate. This year, the second edition of the festival took place under a brightly-coloured blue sky on June 29, welcoming thousands of spectators from across the country to celebrate the hypnotic jingle of one of the country's best-loved instruments.
It is mainly played in the northern and central parts of the country. The Dambura Festival is much more than a sing-a-long, however. It aims to promote traditional music, introduce traditional handicrafts, strengthen tourism and celebrate culture.