Atta Arghandiwal was born in Kabul, Afghanistan, but has spent over half his life in the West. His father was a prominent military officer and leader who belonged to a large network of relatives spread throughout Kabul and the country. As one of ten kids within a large military family, Arghandiwal spent much of his young life traveling and attending school in various parts of the country.
Shortly after graduating from high school, Arghandiwal joined the Air Force to finish his military assignment. After witnessing unexpected political changes beginning with the 1978 communist coup d’état, and ultimately the Soviet Union invasion, Arghandiwal left his home country in August of 1980 and became a refugee in Germany. He immigrated to the United States in December 1981, where he obtained a job as a bank teller in 1982 and built a successful banking career as a senior vice president and regional manager.
With deep passion and pride in his heritage, Arghandiwal has written the true Afghan story in order to increase awareness about his country’s political upheaval and the innocent people who have been caught in the chaos. He has remained an independent banking consultant while attending to his lifetime passion of writing.
Arghandiwal is married and lives with his wife and two children in Northern California.
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