The Zohra Orchestra from Afghanistan performs in Melbourne and Sydney to commemorate 50 years of Afghan-Australian national relations.
The cultural celebration runs for 15 days and will feature fashion, food and a film festival.
“These artifacts were no longer worshiped after the emergence of Islam, but they are a part of history.”
Artists said the tulips were painted to remember the victims of the war in Afghanistan.
Ghafar Qutbiyar was famous for negative roles he played in Afghan movies.
“Hava, Maryam, Ayesha” has been nominated for best fiction movie at Venice Film Festival.
Organizers of the festival said this year’s event was different as more movies were screened during it.
Almost 200 movies, including 40 films from Afghanistan, will be screened in the festival.
The exhibition, which will continue for one month will be open for the people after August 19.
Indian artists said it was a good experience for them to work together with Afghan artists.
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