Band E Amir Bamyan

Geographic location of Bandamir:
The title, “Afghanistan’s Only National Park,” indicates the importance and geographical strategy of the Bandir Amir area.
The Amir Dam is located 75 kilometers northwest of Bamyan province and 34 kilometers north of Lesvol. The Amir Dam National Park covers 75,000 hectares of land. The height of the area is 2909 meters above sea level. It is located along the eastern Balad and the northern Balad 19-49-34, between the Hindu Kush and Baba dynasties.
The waters of the high and surrounding mountains penetrate these lakes, and with lime and calcium carbonate mixed with the outflow outlet of the stream, it turns into blue water.
The surrounding walls, mostly made up of sedimentary rocks, naturally created very beautiful and scenic buildings. The current shape of these walls has doubled the appeal of the view.


In the center of the Amir Band National Park there are six small and large dams named: Zulfiqar Dam Pudineh Section, Cheese Section, Habibet Section, Ghanbar Section, and Ghulam Section which are normally interconnected. The water of each of these natural dams flows down to the valley, creating several very beautiful waterfalls.
Within the National Park area there are more than twenty villages. In the central part of the National Park and at the end of Elijah, there is a monument known as “Mazar Band Amir” dating back nearly 100 years. Next to the monument is the tomb of some of the elders of Sadat Band Amir. It is located, including the tomb of Sayyed Ali Hassan Haji and Shah Seyyed Shah, both of whom are Sadat’s ancestors of Jarab Kashan.
The indigenous people, who come from all over the country for fun and pilgrimage, consider the shrine sacred and take the footsteps of Mullah Ali (PBUH) to bless the soil and beg for it on the wall, though. Where the carved headboard tells another truth, in the headboard, which is made of gypsum and written in a prominent form, is the phrase “Sharif Amir Mosque”. However, the elnas do not pay much attention to this sign and the mosque’s decrees are less observed.
In the pre-war years, tourism was a source of economic income for the people of the region. Tourists and travelers first came to Bamyan to see the two great statues of the city and then to the Amir Band for an excursion.
With the beginning of the jihad of the Muslim people of Afghanistan against the Soviet Red Army, tourism was generally disbanded from this area and this continued during the civil wars of the parties as well as under the Taliban.
After the fall of the Taliban regime and the overthrow of the Government of the Islamic Republic under the leadership of Mr Hamid Karzai, Amir’s ward has grown in size and has grown in popularity.
Due to Bandamir’s geographical strategy and the desire of outside capitalists to invest in Bandar Amir and the numerous plans the government is considering in this area, the people of Bandamir came together in 2006 to establish a council called the Bandamir Coordination Council. And it was registered and registered with the Afghan Ministry of Justice.
People who visit Bandamir include three groups of people:

  1. Tourists and tourists who come here mostly for research on water, rocks, fish, birds and so on.
  2. Indigenous people who come here mostly from towns to spend their holidays and fun.
  3. Indigenous people, who come mostly from villages, have no purpose but to visit Mullah Ali (PBUH) and take the pilgrimage.
    According to the obtained statistics, the most frequent visitors are the third category. The presence of a large number of third-handers has led to a large cultural and religious vacuum in Bandamir, a necessity felt by religious scholars and scholars to fill the vacancy that the design of the Jameir Mosque and the school of Amir al-Mu’minin (AS) and in Next to it was a cultural commission.
    In the material dimension of the Amir section there are many services and at its primitive level, working in the warm season for the well-being of travelers and tourists.
    These include 11 elementary hotel rooms, 20 leisure shops, 2 photography and filming centers, 2 motors and other repair centers, 11 motorcycles, rowing and Primary, 12 elementary passenger lanes, about 100 tents in different sizes, 22 elementary toilets, soccer fields, volleyball courts, all kinds of vehicle signage and passenger signboards and guide boards for travelers. Passengers, watermelon, apple, grape, apricot, aubergine (cucumber), mulberry, killed (leaf) are available to travelers.
    But unfortunately in the cultural and religious dimension of the people, no practical work has been done so far. The only thing that draws people’s attention around the religious and Islamic rites is the presence of a very small green sign that reads: “The mosque and the footsteps of Prophet Ali” and a few black signs. The paint on one of them, “Ziarat Aminollah”, is mounted on the wall inside the building, which is not read by 0.95 people.

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