Khwāhān District شهرستان خواهان
|• governor||Dr Mohammad Ofran|
|• Total||30 sq mi (80 km2)|
|Elevation||14,100 ft (4,300 m)|
|ISO 3166 code||AF,BDS,KWH|
Khwahan District (Persian : شهرستان خواهان), (Pashto : خواهان ولسوالی) is one of the 28 districts of Badakhshan Province, located in northeastern Afghanistan. The district capital is Khwahan. The district borders Raghistan to the southwest, Kuf Ab in the northeast, the Panj River in the northwest, and Shuro-obod district, Khatlon Province, of Tajikistan. Kuh-e kallat
After Alexander the Great overthrew the Persians, the area came under the rule ofthe Greco-Bactrian king Euthydemus I and his son Demetrius I
The population of the district is approximately 27,000.The inhabitants of this area speak Dari Persian and are Sunni Muslims.
List of villages and places, of Khwahan District in alphabetical order
The inhabitants of this area engage in agriculture. They grow Buckwheat, red and white barley, sesame, zucchini, corn, mung beans, peas, beans, potatoes.
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