Echoes of Afghan Truths
To Preserve, Study and Share the Life and Works of
Abdul Rahman Pazhwak (*Abdur Rahman Pazhwak)
د پژواک ژوند، ویناوی او آزادی اندیښی ویاړنه
برای حفظ، مطالعه و معرفی زندگی وآثار
به یاد بود گفتار، کردار و اندیشهٔ آزاد استاد پژواک ۱۳۷۴ - ۲۹۸ا
AFGHAN POET, SCHOLAR, DIPLOMAT AND STATESMAN (1919-1995)
We are an independent, private nonprofit and educational foundation. We plan to raise funds and accept donations to expand the scope of our activities. Key projects include building a mausoleum and welcome center on Pazhwak's graveside, holding poetry and book launching events and continuing publication of all his works to promote learning, education and Afghan culture . The foundation is exempted from federal income tax under IRC Section 501 (c)(3) as of January 2021. Donors can deduct contributions they make under IRC Section 170.
Pazhwak's poems and thoughts echo across Afghan truths, tragedies and aspirations of his lifetime. His poetry, books and articles also offer a window into Afghanistan's culture, literature, folklore and history. He shows unflinching courage and passion in pursuit of truth, progress and human liberty. He brings bold thinking and harnesses the power of his pen to defend knowledge, freedom, justice, universal human rights and the right to self-determination for all peoples and nations.
See a list of Pazhwak's published works. You may download ebooks and orginial works for academic purposes and reading pleasure. You have the option to donate towards future publications, research and promotion of Pazhwak Foundation. Many thanks, if you do. In addition to making Ustad Pazhwak's writings availble in Pashto and Dari, we plan to translate his works into other languages, particularly English.
Tons of Pazhwak's writings consisting of poety, prose and articles remain unpublished. We aim to make his unpublished works accessible to graduate students, universities, centers and scholars for further research, analysis and publication. Pazhwkak Foundation reserves the copy right to all of his major works, but encourages and welcomes ways to study and disseminate his works. Ultimately, Pazhwak life and legacy belong to the Afghan people and the universal ideals of faith, knowledge, liberty and humanity.