Daykundi Province facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsDay Kundi (دایکندی)
|Area||18,088 km² (6,984 sq mi)|
|Density||49.4 /km² (128 /sq mi)|
|Main languages||Persian (Hazaragi dialect)|
Daykundi (Persian: دایکندی) also spelled Daikondi, Dāykondī or Daikundi or "Daykundi, is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan. Day Kundi's capital is Nili. It is about 310 kilometres from Kabul. It is in the Hazarajat region.
Daykundi province grows almonds.
On 15 April 2011, Mr. Qurban Ali Oruzgani became Governor of Daikundi province.
|Ishtarlay||Created in 2004 from Day Kundi District|
|Kajran||Transferred from Orūzgān Province in 2004|
|Khedir||Created in 2004 from Day Kundi District|
|Kiti||Transferred from Orūzgān and created within Kajran District in 2004|
|Miramor||Transferred from Orūzgān and created within Shahristan District in 2004|
|Nili||Created in 2004 from Day Kundi District|
|Sangi Takht||Created in 2004 from Day Kundi District|
|Shahristan||Transferred from Orūzgān Province in 2004|
|Ghor Province||Bamyan Province|
|Helmand Province||Orūzgān Province|
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Ethnolinguistic groups of Afghanistan
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