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Sofraah is derived from Persian and is a piece of cloth that is spread on the floor, on which dishes of food are placed at meal times.
The Sofraah is found in homes all across Central Asia and it is a significant part of Pashtun culture. It is also known as a Dastarkhan, which in Russian means "magic tablecloth".
The Pashtun people have often been described as one of the most hospitable people in the world. The host serves a fowl or a lamb or goat and traditionally prepares Halwa, a sweet dish, to fulfil his sense of hospitality.

Guests are not only looked after but also treated with great respect.