Sarandoy (girl scouts)
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Summary: Shows the Sarandoy (girl scouts) putting flowers on the tomb of Nadir Shah and other activities.
Footage Source: Afghan Films 35mm positive
Original Reel No.: positive reel #56
Translated by Rajni Prakash
In 1340 (1961), girl guide groups were created in the scout programs of Afghanistan. Representatives of girl guide groups placed flower wreaths on the grave of His Highness Martyred Mohamed Nader Shah Afghan at the beginning of their program.
Girl scouts celebrated the Foundation Day of the scout program in Bagh-e-Babur (Babur Garden) near Kabul with a special function. Indeed, the foundation of Girl Scout groups is an effective step in making new ways of life known to the girls.
Girl Scout Program
Arts and crafts
Literature and drama
Music and dance
International friendship (connections)
Sports and games
Health and health issues
Girl Scout groups follow their campaigns, games and entertainment programs as per pre-planned schedules.
Girl Scout groups have been divided into main and fundamental sections. This organization will teach the scouts about social services, maintaining discipline and order at work, and the importance and value of time in a scientific way. Learning home affairs and first aid are some of the most important responsibilities of the Girl Scout groups.
The camping timings have been devoted to doing regular programs. Each girl has to learn the things expected from her in family life.
The first goal of the scout program is to familiarize the scouts with their social services, and the scout activities are aimed at this.
Arts are promoted in scout programs in a scientific fashion. Future requirements have made the development and expansion of the arts certain.
Caring about art and serious activities of the programs are necessary tasks. The designated members have put up the tent and are on their way to the central office. Every group is responsible for making a report about its tasks to the headmistress of the school.
After completing the serious tasks, members from different groups engage in games and entertainment in the open air.