Amir Amanullah Khan Award

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The Amir Amanullah Khan Award is the highest civilian award of Afghanistan. It was instituted in 2006 and is bestowed by the Government of Afghanistan to Afghan and foreign nationals in recognition of their services to Afghanistan. The award is named for Amanullah Khan, the Sovereign of the Kingdom of Afghanistan from 1919 to 1929. The citation on the reverse of the medal states, "nishan-e dawlati Ghazi Amir Amanullah Khan", meaning "State Order of Ghazi Amir Amanullah Khan."[1][2][3][4]

Notable recipients[edit]


  1. ^ "PM Modi conferred Afghanistan's highest civilian honour". 4 June 2016.
  2. ^ "Highest civilian Afghan award to PM Modi is an honour for India, says FM Jaitley - Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis". 5 June 2016.
  3. ^ a b "PM Narendra Modi conferred with the Highest Civilian Honour of Afghanistan".
  4. ^ "Print :'Honour for all Indians': BJP leaders congratulate PM Modi on Afghanistan's highest civilian award".
  5. ^ Участие во встрече с лидерами БРИКС
  6. ^ Jan 2018, Nila Chrisna Yulika30; Wib, 10:05. "Berani Upayakan Perdamaian, Jokowi Dapat Penghargaan Tertinggi".