Dawood Sarkhosh`s national song in Marefat High School kabul

Watanam – Marefat High School Kabul
Dawood Sarkhosh`s national song in Marefat High School kabul, Afghanistan

Marefat High School kabul

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1 Comment for “Dawood Sarkhosh`s national song in Marefat High School kabul”

  1. Gholam Mohammad Payman

    I am more than happy today perceiving such educational infrastructure in my country especially in the most backwarded part of the world, that is, Dasht-e Barchi, Kabul, Afghanistan. Although i am in India doing my M.A Linguistics, but my spirit has joint this group and reminds me of my country and persuades me more and more. seeing this huge gathering of our sisters and the principles have really impressed me and indicates me that though the people living in this geographical area deprived of governmental sources but are of high meditation and mentally are really advanced. In fact it indicates that though the people are not met their needs by the government, but these people are to peacefully pursue education.
    I really appreciate the teaching and non-teaching staff of Marifat High school that have paved such ground for our young generation and hope them their everlasting prosperity.
    Best regard
    Gholam Mohammad Payman, University Lecturer in Afghanistan, now doing his M.A in India,

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