Attan ( اتڼ) is a form of dance that originated in the Pashtun regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan, notably in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Northern Balochistan. Attan began as a folk dance conducted by Afghans in times of war or during weddings or other celebrations (engagements, new year, and informal gatherings). It is now considered the national ...
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(from the article `Afghanistan`) closer to Western than to Asian music. Afghans celebrate their religious or national feast days, and particularly weddings, by public dancing. ...
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