Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Mazar-e-Sharif: Aminullah Samandar; In an interview with AVA reporter, the person in charge of maintaining Jahan Nama Garden in Kholam district of Samangan province says: People from all over Afghanistan and other countries of the world travel to Kholam district to visit Jahan Nama Garden, because Jahan Nama Castle and Bagh It was built in 1232 AD by Amir Abdul Rahman Khan and is considered one of the historical and touristic places of the country.
He added that the Jahan-Nama garden needs serious attention from the authorities because the rains and the passage of time have caused damage in this place, although there are measures to protect and care for the Jahan-Nama garden, but it is not enough.
Salamander stated that there is a 24-hour service to visit the Jahan Nama garden and our dear compatriots, men and women, can enjoy leisure and tourism in this place and people can be sure that the security is all over Afghanistan, especially in Kholam district of Samangan province.
The said person says that Jahannama Castle and Garden is a very beautiful place and popular among the people of Afghanistan. Therefore, there are efforts to restore and preserve this place under the leadership of the Islamic Emirate government, and Jahan Nama Garden is considered one of the historical assets of our dear people.
Ahmad Javed, one of the tourists who visited Jahan-Nama Garden, says that historical and recreational places are important in all societies and countries, and the officials of the Afghan government also try to preserve and maintain places like Jahan-Nama Garden.
At the same time, some residents of Kholam district of Samangan Province say: Jahan Nama Garden is famous not only in Afghanistan but all over the world because it is a beautiful, green and old place and thousands of domestic and foreign tourists visit this place every year. they do.
It is worth mentioning that the Jahan Nama Garden has suffered serious damage due to the intensity of recent rains, and there is a possibility of its collapse if neglected.