English to Dari Translation

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About the Dari Language

Dari originates from the area once known as Persia, today's Afghanistan. The name originates from 'Darius', the Persian Emporer.

There are two forms of Dari. Firstly, there is the little known Dari also known as Zoroastrian Dari or Parsi-Dari, spoken in the Yezd and Kerman areas of Iran.

The better known Dari is that of modern day Afghanistan. It is sometimes classified as Eastern Farsi. There are various Dari dialects in the provinces of Herat, Hazarajat, Balkh, Ghor, Ghazni, Budaksham, Panjsher, Galcha-Pamir Mountains and Kabul. It can also be known as Afghan Farsi, Herati, Tajiki, Kaboli, Kabuli, Khorasani.