Awal

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Awal is the old name of Bahrain, an island country in the Persian Gulf. The name Awal was used for eight centuries. Awal is from the name of a god that was worshiped by people of the islands before Islam. Awal looked like the head of an ox. The god Awal is very similar to the god Nandi of the Hindus.