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Story of Kashmir 1947-68

Story of Kashmir 1947-68

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Published by Department of Films and Publications in Karachi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous edition: 1965.

Statementproduced by the Department of Films and Publications, Government of Pakistan.
ContributionsPakistan. Department of Films and Publications.
The Physical Object
Pagination74 p. ;
Number of Pages74
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21727281M

  The Mughals ruled Kashmir from to a period of peace and order. This was followed by a dark period () when Afghan despots ruled Kashmir. The Muslim period, which lasted for about years, came to an end with the annexation of Kashmir .   It is necessary to read senior Congress leader Saifuddin Soz's book, Kashmir: Glimpses of History and the Story of Struggle, to understand how a cocktail of half-truths, innuendos and sweeping remarks can be passed off as a 'bold approach' that leaves the 'beaten track'.

Despite making the case for an independent Kashmir and offering a brilliant indictment of the Indian government’s claim to being the largest democracy on the planet, the book falls short on one important point, namely in pointing out a strategy by which that independence can come about if armed struggle, mass protest, and even political. This involves telling stories that I have heard, personal stories of other people, folktale, history, old photographs of Kashmir, music, films, books, arts and artists. It is basically a collection of personal discoveries as I try to dig into the past. It started with a family visit to Kashmir in about

  ‘Story of Kashmir’: Journos, Actor & Ex-J&K Advisor in Discussion. David Devadas’ book ‘The Story of Kashmir’ is a “history of the politics and changing aspirations of the region”.   THE book Kashmir: Exposing the M yth Behind the N arrative by former civil servant Khalid Bashir Ahmad centres around the idea of debunking a narrative that has cast a shadow over Kashmir’s history for a long time. Ironically, since its release in mid August, the book has got only limited attention, relegating its “real intent” to the background.


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Today, it denotes a larger area that includes the Indian-administered union territories of Jammu and Kashmir (which consists of Jammu and the Kashmir.

Kashmir is one of the most intensely disputed regions of the world. Lying between India and Pakistan, it was acceeded to India by the British when they left in ; however, with a majority Muslim population, many Kashmiris and Pakistanis felt that it should have become a part of Pakistan/5.

Kashmir, officially referred to as Jammu and Kashmir, is an 86,square-mile region (about the size of Idaho) in northwest India and northeast Pakistan so breathtaking in physical beauty that Mugal (or Moghul) emperors in the 16th and 17th century considered it an earthly paradise.

Scripting a Biography of Kashmir through the Life Stories of its People. New books by Nandita Haksar and Meera Khanna are a valuable addition to the literature on Jammu and Kashmir. The Book of Gold Leaves by Mirza Waheed. In Mirza Waheed’s second novel The Book of Gold Leaves, we have a classic Shia-Sunni love story set against the backdrop of the conflict ina Sunni papier-mâché artist, falls in love at first sight with Ruhi, a Shia girl.

An expanded version of her widely acclaimed Kashmir in the Crossfire, which was published when insurgency in Kashmir had reached its peak inthis book is regarded as one of the best general. ‘Kashmir Untold Story Declassified ‘gives an insight into the strategic relevance of this area, duplicity of the British and also a detailed view of the major issues facing the state in a.

Book Excerpts from The Story of Kashmir: David Devadas, the author of the book, looks at Kashmir in the s and gives us a picture of the political chaos through two significant assassinations.

The Rājataraṅgiṇī, an epic Sanskrit poem running into nearly 8, verses and narrating the story of Kashmir’s royal dynasties over more than a millennium, deserves to be the subject and. The Kashmiri Pandits (also known as Kashmiri Brahmins) are a group of Kashmiri Hindus and a part of the larger Shaivite Saraswat Brahmin community.

They belong to the Pancha (five) Gauda Brahmana groups. from the Kashmir Valley, a mountainous region in the Indian union territory of Jammu and ri Pandits originally lived in the Kashmir Valley before Muslim influence entered the.

Published by Routledge inthe book presents an inside-view of the history of modern Kashmir through the life and times of the much enigmatic yet.

A radical new look at the largely forgotten four million people of Azad Kashmir - the part of Kashmir occupied by Pakistan, and separated by a Line of Control from Indian territory In Kashmir: The Unwritten History, politico-strategic analyst Christopher Snedden contends that in Octoberpro-Pakistan Muslims in southwestern J&K instigated the Kashmir dispute - not Pashtun tribesmen Reviews:   A TIMES NOW Exclusive, this documentary series gives an insight into the conflict-ridden region, showcasing facts as they are.

The purely observational piece. Check these books for in-depth details: Pakistan Occupied Kashmir: The Untold Story. Kashmir-The Untold Story: The Unwritten History. The chief of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Story of Kashmir: Unknown Binding See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Manufacturer: Dept. of Films and Publications. ‘Kashmir Untold Story Declassified ‘gives an insight into the strategic relevance of this area, duplicity of the British and also a detailed view of the major issues facing the state in a.

Kashmir's struggle did not start in and will not end today. India's decision to revoke Article is just another chapter in Kashmir's long history of imperial oppression.

Jammu and Kashmir, union territory of India (until Octoa state), located in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent in the vicinity of the Karakoram and westernmost Himalayan mountain ranges. The territory is part of the larger region of Kashmir, which has been the subject of dispute between India, Pakistan, and China since the partition of the subcontinent in Kashmiri Folktales Nine hundred years ago a remarkable collection of stories called Kathasaritsagara, the ''Ocean of Stories", was produced in va, its author, is said to have included in this tome many stories which he had heard from others and which, in fact, had their origin in folk-literature.

This book is a rarity: it offers a fresh interpretive history of the largely forgotten four million people of Azad Kashmir. The author contends that in Octoberpro-Pakistan Muslims in south-western J&K instigated the Kashmir dispute—not Pashtun tribesmen invading from Pakistan, as.

A radical new look at the largely forgotten four million people of Azad Kashmir - the part of Kashmir occupied by Pakistan, and separated by a Line of Control from Indian territory In Kashmir: The Unwritten History, politico-strategic analyst Christopher Snedden contends that in Octoberpro-Pakistan Muslims in southwestern J&K instigated the Kashmir dispute - not Pashtun tribesmen Reviews: 1.

Just as Kashmir is never out of the news cycle, the region is also a perennial favourite with publishers. Scores of books have been written on its fractious history, geography, politics and.Democracy and Violent Separatism in India.

Author: Sten Widmalm; Publisher: Routledge ISBN: Category: History Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This book investigates the factors that led to the breakdown of democracy and the rise of violent separatism in Jammu and Kashmir in the s, and how the risk of a large-scale war has grown in South Asia in the s.