One day, when I watched an Afghan's TV program رو در دو (Ro Dar Ro) of TOLO, I met a word ننو (nanoo). I did not know what this ننو (nanoo) means.
(Now I know that it means sister-in-law.)
That is why I prepared the following documents of family tree in Dari for myself.
Now, I would like to share them with you through this blog.
Taking this opportunity, I would like to deeply appreciate the great help from a respected person in preparing them.
If you are interested in the following documents of family tree, please read the following notes carefully before downloading. You can download them free of charge.
< Notes >
・Family tree documents consist of two sheets: one is when you are a girl or woman; another is when you are a boy or man. This is because what you call your family member in-laws is different in Dari in each case.
・If you have any inquiries, please contact us through the contact page of this blog.
< What is allowed>
・For noncommercial use, you can use the following documents or modify them for free.
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< What is NOT allowed >
For commercial use, the reproduction, redistribution, and sale of the following documents are prohibited.
< Others >
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Family Tree Dari-English version < As of July 1, 2019 >