د افغانستان رپی

د ويکيپېډيا لخوا
(له د افغانستان بيرغ نه مخ گرځېدلی)
ورټوپ کړه: گرځښت, پلټل
د افغانستان بيرغ
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Proportion 2:3
Adopted ۴ د جنوري، ۲۰۰۴ ز. کال
Design يو عمودي درې رنگه تور، سور، او زرغون په مېنځ کې د افغانستان ملي نښان

د افغانستان همدا اوسينی رپی د افغانستان د اسلامي دولت د انتقالي ادارې لخوا په ۲۰۰۲ ز. کال کې د هېواد د ملي بيرغ په توگه وټاکل شو. دا بيرغ د افغانستان د پاچايي ۱۹۳۰-۱۹۷۳زېږدي کالونو رپي ته ورته دی. خو يوازينی توپیر چې د پاچايۍ د وختونو او د اوسمهالي رپي په بڼه کې ليدل کېږي هغه د رپي په نښان کې د شهادت کلمه ده. په ۲۰۰۴ ز. کال کې د بيرغ په نښان کې د لږ بدلون په راوستلو سره، دا بيرغ د افغانستان رسمي بيرغ په توگه وپېژندل شو.

د افغانستان اوسينی بيرغ له درې رنگونو نه جوړ شوی. چې دا رنگونه د لومړي ځل لپاره د غازي امان الله خان لخوا داسې څرگند شوي، تور رنگ د افغانستان د ښکېلاک د وختونو سمبول، سور رنگ د هېواد د آزادۍ د مجاهدو شهيدانو نښه، زرغون رنگ د هېواد د آزادۍ د ترلاسه کولو وروسته د پرمختگ او زرغونېدو نښه. په بله وينا د ښکېلاک په تور تم کې د هېواد د آزادۍ لپاره شهيدو مجاهدو وينه توی کړه او آزادي يې وگټله اوس د هېواد د بيا زرغونېدو او پرمختگ وخت دی. د اماني پېر نه وروسته د افغانستان په ملي بيرغ کې گڼ شمېر بدلونونه راغلل چې تر ټولو لوی او څرگند بدلونونه د خلقيانو د واکمنۍ پر مهال، د مجاهدينو د واکمنۍ پر مهال او د طالبانو د واکمنۍ پر مهال ليدل کېږي.

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همدا مخ د ژباړلو لپاره نومول شوی
ددې ليکنې په ژباړلو کې د پښتو ويکيپېډيا سره ستاسو مرستې ته اړ يو. يواځې هغه کارونکي چې په همدې ژبې لاسبری لري، کولای شي دا مخ پښتو ته واړوي. که چېرته تاسو د دغه مخ د ژباړې اړونده لارښوونې او يا هم کوم وړانديزونه لری، نو مهرباني وکړی د همدې مخ د خبرو اترو په برخه کې خپلې څرگندونې وليکی.

د ژباړې لپاره نومېدلي، نور مخونو دلته وگورۍ.

This has been present on most flags of Afghanistan in the last twenty years. The center emblem is the classical emblem of Afghanistan with a mosque with its mihrab facing Mecca.

The pre-Taliban-era and Afghan Northern Alliance flag featured the same emblem, but with green, white and black horizontal stripes instead.

Afghanistan has had more changes of its national flag during the twentieth century than any other country in the world.[1]

تاريخي بيرغونه

د دود کالونه بېرغ کچه دولت يادښتونه
۱۷۴۷-۱۸۲۳ Flag of the Emirate of Herat.svg 2:3 دراني سلطنت د دراني امپراتورۍ د بيرغ رنگ په درې رنگه زرغون-سپين-زرغون رنگونو کې ښودل شوی.[2] کله چې د دراني پېر شاهان له واکه وغورڅول شول نو تر ۱۸۴۲ کال پورې همدا بيرغ يوازې د هرات رسمي بيرغ ؤ.
۱۸۸۰-۱۹۰۱ Flag of Afghanistan (1880–1901).svg 2:3 د افغانستان امارات د امير عبدالرحمن خان د پاچاهۍ په وخت کې د افغانستان رسمي بيرغ.
۱۹۰۱-۱۹۱۹ Flag of Afghanistan 1901.png 3:5 د افغانستان امارات د امير حبيب الله خان د پاچاهۍ په وخت کې د افغانستان رسمي بيرغ. Habibullah added to his father’s flag a seal that is the precursor of the modern-day seal.
۱۹۱۹-۱۹۲۱ Flag of Afghanistan (1919–1921).svg 2:3 د افغانستان امارات د امير امان الله خان د پاچاهۍ د وختونو بيرغ. He expanded upon his father’s flag by adding rays emanating from the seal in the form of an octogram. This new style of seal was common in the Ottoman Empire. Afghanistan became a kingdom in 1926.
۱۹۲۱-۱۹۲۸ Flag of Afghanistan (1921–1926).svg 2:3 د افغانستان پاچايي Second flag flown under the rule of امير امان الله خان, with an oval surrounding the seal instead of a circle. Afghanistan became a kingdom in 1926.
۱۹۲۸ Flag of Afghanistan (1926–1928).svg 2:3 د افغانستان پاچايي Third flag flown under the rule of امير امان الله خان. He replaced the octogram with a wreath and slightly modified the national seal.
۱۹۲۸-۱۹۲۹ Flag of Afghanistan (1928–1929).svg 2:3 د افغانستان پاچايي Fourth flag flown under the rule of امير امان الله خان. The black, red, and green tricolor, respectively representing the past (previous flags), the bloodshed for independence (Third Anglo-Afghan War), and hope for the future, was probably influenced by Khan’s visit abroad to Europe in 1927. The new seal shows the sun rising over two snow-capped mountains, representing a new beginning for the kingdom.
۱۹۲۹ Flag of Afghanistan (1929).svg 2:3 د افغانستان پاچايي Flag flown under the rule of Habibullah Kalakani or Habibullah Khan, formerly known as Bacha-i-Saqao. The red, black, and white tricolor was the same flag that was used when modern-day Afghanistan was under Mongol occupation in the 13th Century.
۱۹۲۹-۱۹۳۰ Flag of Afghanistan (1929–1931).svg 2:3 د افغانستان پاچايي First flag flown under the rule of Mohammed Nadir Shah. The black, red, and green tricolor was re-established; the octogram seal borrowed from the first flag of امير امان الله خان replaced the sun and mountains seal.
۱۹۳۰-۱۹۷۳ Flag of Afghanistan (1931–1973).svg 2:3 د افغانستان پاچايي Second flag flown under the rule of Mohammed Nadir Shah, it was also used by his son, Mohammed Zahir Shah. The black, red, and green tricolor were retained. The octogram rays were removed, and the seal enlarged. In between the mosque and the seal is the year ١٣٤٨ (1348 of the lunar Islamic calendar, or 1929 AD of the Gregorian calendar) the year Mohammed Nadir Shah’s dynasty began.
۱۹۷۳-۱۹۷۴ Flag of Afghanistan (1973–1974).svg 2:3 د افغانستان جمهوريت First flag flown for the Republic of Afghanistan. It is identical to the previous flag, except that the year ١٣٤٨ was removed.
۱۹۷۴-۱۹۷۸ Flag of Afghanistan (1974–1978).svg 2:3 د افغانستان جمهوريت Second flag flown for the Republic of Afghanistan. The same colors were used, but the meanings reinterpreted: black for the obscure past, red for blood shed for independence, and green for prosperity from agriculture. In the canton is a new seal, with an eagle with spread wings, a pulpit on the eagle’s chest (for a mosque), wheat surrounding the eagle, and the sun’s rays above the eagle (for the new republic).
۱۹۷۸ Flag of Afghanistan (1978).svg 2:3 د افغانستان ډيموکراتيک جمهوريت When the leader of the republic was killed in a coup, the new regime established a communist government. The same flag design was kept, but no seal.
۱۹۷۸-۱۹۷۹ Flag of Afghanistan (1978-1980).svg 1:2 د افغانستان ډيموکراتيک جمهوريت This flag used a red field with a yellow seal in the canton, a common design for communist regimes. The wreath of wheat remained, but a star was added at top (representing the five ethnic groups of the nation) and the word 'Khalq' in Arabic script (meaning people) in the center. The flag was also the flag of the People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan's Khalq faction under President Nur Muhammad Taraki until his murder in September 1979.
۱۹۷۹ Flag of the People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan.svg 1:2 د افغانستان ډيموکراتيک جمهوريت This flag was used between September to December 1979 during the short rule of Hafizullah Amin. It featured a cogwheel representing industry and an ear of wheat to represent agriculture. It was the original flag of the People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan. Despite being a party flag, it eventually became the flag of the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan itself. However this was brief, lasting only four months until the Soviet invasion in December.
۱۹۷۹-۱۹۸۷ Flag of Afghanistan (1980).svg 1:2 د افغانستان ډيموکراتيک جمهوريت After the overthrow of the Khalq faction by the Parcham faction (lead by Babrak Karmal), the flag was changed again. The overthrow occurred in December 1979. The new leadership re-established the black, red, and green tricolor, representing the past, blood shed for independence, and the Islamic faith, respectively. A new seal was designed, with a rising sun (a reference to the former name, Khorasan, meaning "Land of the Rising Sun"), a pulpit and the Qur'an for Islam, ribbons with the national colors, a cogwheel for industry, and a red star for communism.
۱۹۸۷-۱۹۹۲ 1:2 د افغانستان جمهوريت Same as the previous flag, except that in the national seal, the cogwheel is moved from the top to the bottom, the red star and the book are removed, and the green field curved to resemble the horizon.
۱۹۹۲ Flag of Afghanistan 1992 (variant).png 1:2 د افغانستان جمهوريت This flag was used as a provisional flag after the fall of the pro-Soviet regime. It appeared in many variants of which one is shown here. In the upper stripe is Arabic Allahu Akbar, (“God is great”); the center stripe contains the Shahadah.
۱۹۹۲-۱۹۹۶ Flag of Afghanistan 1992 free.png 1:2 د افغانستان اسلامي دولت The black and green stripes are switched from the previous flag. Also, the Shahadah is replaced with another logo.
۱۹۹۶-۱۹۹۷ Flag of Taliban (original).svg 2:3 د افغانستان اسلامي امارات A plain white flag was flown by the Taliban.
۱۹۹۷-۲۰۰۱ Flag of Taliban.svg 2:3 د افغانستان اسلامي امارات In 1997 the Taliban added the Shahadah on the flag.
۲۰۰۱ Flag of Afghanistan 1992 free.png 1:2 د افغانستان اسلامي دولت The 1992 Flag was re-adopted after the Taliban regime was deposed.
۲۰۰۱-۲۰۰۲ Flag of Afghanistan (2002–2004, variant with golden arms).svg 1:2 د افغانستان اسلامي انتقالي دولت This flag consists of three vertical stripes of the colors black, red, and green. This has been present on most flags of Afghanistan in the last twenty years. The center emblem is the classical emblem of Afghanistan with a mosque with its mihrab facing Mecca. This flag is similar to the one flown in Afghanistan during the monarchy between 1930 and 1973. The difference is the addition of the shahadah at the top of the coat-of-arms (seen in gold/yellow) in the center. It now shows the year ١۲۹٨ (1298), the solar Islamic calendar equivalent of 1919 AD of the Gregorian Calendar, the year of independence from Great Britain.
۲۰۰۲-۲۰۰۴ Flag of Afghanistan (2002-2004).svg 1:2 د افغانستان اسلامي انتقالي دولت Like the previous flag but with a white emblem.
۲۰۰۴-دم مهال Flag of Afghanistan.svg 2:3 د افغانستان اسلامي دولت Similar to the previous flag, but a different ratio. There is some additional Arabic text on the emblem.


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