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Rolling hills lead to the snow fields of the rugged Hindu Kush Mountains near Bamian Valley, Afghanistan. ©Ric Ergenbright

Afghanistan, Bamian Valley, Hindu Kush Mountains Poster Print by Ric Ergenbright x

ANCIENT METAPHYSICS AT WORK IN THE CENTER OF AFGHANISTAN Bamiyan Buddha. By Victoria L. Ward, Bsc.M. "Mind Metaphysics" | WARD METAPHYSICS

Destroyed Buddhas of Bamiyan, Hindu Kush mountain region, Afghanistan

The Hindu Kush ھندوکُش पारियात्र पर्वत by Bardeau - Photographie  on 500px

The Hindu Kush ھندوکُش पारियात्र पर्वत by Bardeau - Photographie on

The vivid blue waters of the Band-i-amir Lakes create a stark contrast with the arid climate of the Hindu Kush Mountains in northern Afghanistan. ©Ric Ergenbright

The vivid blue waters of the Band-i-amir Lakes create a stark contrast with the arid climate of the Hindu Kush Mountains in northern Afghanistan.

Afghanistan

Afgan children from a village located at an altitude of feet in the Hindu Kush Mountains in northeast Afghanistan, and a drive on dirt roads to the closest city.

Panj River Valley South of Amurn, Afghanistan

South West Asia: aerial view, Hindu Kush mountain range and Panj River Valley, south of Amurn, Afghanistan

Cemetery and mosque (Mazar-e Sakhi) Afghanistan

Cemetery and mosque, Mazar-e Sakhi, Afghanistan. This is Karte Sakhi graveyard. Unfortunately, due to years of war, it is much larger with thousands of victims buried here.

Rumi -  Poet - Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī, also known as Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhī, and more popularly simply as Rumi, was a 13th-century Persian poet, jurist, Islamic scholar, theologian, and Sufi mystic. Wikipedia  Born: September 30, 1207, Balkh, Afghanistan Died: December 17, 1273, Konya, Turkey - Order: Mevlevi Order

Rumi’s poetry is so deep it touches a part of me that is unnamable.

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