Daykundi (Persian: دایکندی) also spelled Daikondi, Dāykondī or Daikundi or "Daykundi, is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan. Day Kundi's capital is Nili. It is about 310 kilometres from Kabul. It is in the Hazarajat region.
|Day Kundi (دایکندی)|
|Area||18,088 km² (6,984 sq mi) |
|Population||399,600 (2006) |
|Density||49.4 /km² (128 /sq mi)|
|Main languages||Persian (Hazaragi dialect)|
Daykundi province grows almonds.
|Ishtarlay||Created in 2004 from Day Kundi District|
|Kajran||Transferred from Orūzgān Province in 2004|
|Khedir||Created in 2004 from Day Kundi District|
|Kiti||Transferred from Orūzgān and created within Kajran District in 2004|
|Miramor||Transferred from Orūzgān and created within Shahristan District in 2004|
|Nili||Created in 2004 from Day Kundi District|
|Sangi Takht||Created in 2004 from Day Kundi District|
|Shahristan||Transferred from Orūzgān Province in 2004|