Chārikār

[ chah-ree-kahr ]
/ ˈtʃɑ riˌkɑr /

noun

a city in E Afghanistan, in the Hindu Kush range.

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Example sentences from the Web for Chārikār

  • Karwan was obviously near the site of the modern Charikar, and might possibly be Parwan, a very ancient site.

    The Gates of India|Thomas Holdich
  • He recrossed the Paropamisos in ten days and halted at Alexandreia near Charikar.

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  • He selected the passes which strike off from Charikar, near the junction of the Ghorband with the Panjshir rivers.

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