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Life under Taliban rule: Beard, burqa, and prayers

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Ground Report | New Delhi: Life under Taliban rule; With the establishment of the Taliban government in Afghanistan, on the one hand, the market for international diplomacy is hot and on the other hand, the life of a common man inside the country has changed drastically. 

Life under Taliban rule

In Afghanistan, the burqa is not currently mandatory for women, but the majority of women have started wearing the burqa out of fear and negative reaction. The Taliban have strict Islamic ideologies and their government has no concept of free or western dress. In the picture, two women with their children are buying old clothes in a market.

Prohibition on shaving

The Taliban has ordered that barbers not cut their beards. The law has just been implemented in Helmand Province. It is unclear whether this will be implemented nationwide. Men’s beards were also banned during the previous Taliban regime from 1996 to 2001.

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Taliban rule in the streets and bazaars

Immediately after the Taliban’s invasion of Kabul and other parts of the country, there was chaos, but now things are under control. The markets are buzzing. This is the old part of Kabul city, where there is a rush of buyers and shopkeepers. But at the same time, the Taliban are everywhere, carrying guns and if nothing happens to them, they intervene immediately.

The situation of women’s rights is unclear

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Whether it is pictures or advertisements outside beauty parlors, the Taliban do not accept such pictures of women at all. Such images have been removed or hidden from across the country. The situation of women’s rights has been particularly unclear since the arrival of the Taliban in Afghanistan. Women were also tortured during some demonstrations.

Girls missing from secondary schools and universities

The Afghan Taliban have allowed girls to study in primary schools, but girls have not yet started going to secondary schools. Even in primary schools, boys and girls are seated separately with curtains. After much criticism, the Taliban had issued a statement a few days ago that a decision on the return of girls to secondary schools and universities would be taken soon.

Girls are also absent from the playgrounds

Cricket is also popular in Afghanistan. In this photo, children are playing cricket in Kabul’s Chaman Hosari Park. Women are not allowed to participate in any sport. Women athletes have fled the country and taken refuge in other countries.

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Unemployment on the rise

Afghanistan is facing a severe economic crisis. Seventy percent of the country’s expenditure was met by foreign aid. They are now suspended. In such a scenario, inflation is constantly rising and unemployment is on the rise. These daily wage laborers are sitting idle.

Prayer and worship are an important part of life

Friday prayer scene. Friday is an important day for Muslims and Friday prayers are of special importance. This picture also shows a girl who earns a living by cleaning shoes. He is waiting for the prayers to end and he can clean his shoes with it and he can earn four paise.

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Prayer and worship are an important part of life

Friday prayer scene. Friday is an important day for Muslims and Friday prayers are of special importance. This picture also shows a girl who earns a living by cleaning shoes. He is waiting for the prayers to end and he can clean his shoes with it and he can earn four paise.

Ordinary citizens worried, Taliban happy

The average Afghan citizen is in a strange conflict, but the Taliban often seem to enjoy it. In this photo, the Taliban are enjoying a speedboat ride.

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