Research Article

The Scope of the Concept of Poetry in Afghanistan


  • Mohammad Qasem Aria Department of Dari, Faculty of Education, Takhar University, Afghanistan


The poetry of stability in Afghanistan, like the poetry of stability in other countries of the world, has a conceptual richness that has not yet been dealt with in its wide angles, and in the opinion of the author, it is considered necessary that its conceptual foundation be broken and explained. Afghanistan is a country that has been affected by accidents for a long time, and the mastery of its people in front of the eyes of the aggressors has become famous in the world, which should not be ignored. On the other hand, there is no doubt that such a struggle has played a prominent role in contemporary Persian poetry, and it is necessary to examine the existence and conceptual structures of the poetry of stability in Afghanistan because the poetry of stability in Afghanistan was able to show the main identity with social awareness and consciousness. To show the people of Afghanistan in different political and social scenes to the world, various political events, especially the invasion of the Russians into Afghanistan as the biggest event in the contemporary history of Afghanistan and the world, added to the social tensions in Afghanistan and the resulting consequences caused many political, social and cultural crises that these factors caused so that the religious feelings and emotions, patriotism and freedom that were created, will open a new perspective for the artists and poets of our country. From this point of view, the current research is based on the thematic dimension and has paid attention to the conceptual aspects of sustainable poetry in Afghanistan.

Article information


Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies

Volume (Issue)

5 (6)





How to Cite

Aria , M. Q. (2023). The Scope of the Concept of Poetry in Afghanistan. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies, 5(6), 125–132.



Sustainable poetry, concepts of sustainability and Afghanistan