|LC Classifications||DS485.K27 M55 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||105 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||2003306462|
Rendered in evocative and lucid prose, the book, according to the author, talks about Kashmir as a "geographic entity as well as a composite of multiple ideas". Not limiting Kashmir to a “zone of conflict”, a new book throws light on the rich history of the valley, describing it as a “sacred space”, “princely state”, “nation”, “secular symbol” and more. Titled “Kashmir”, the book written by Historian Chitralekha Zutshi, is part of the Oxford India’s short introduction series. The poets also haunt Salman Rushdie’s Kashmir novel, Shalimar the Clown, and appear in Kashmir: The Case for Freedom, by writers including Arundhati Roy. Her essential novel The Ministry of Author: Preti Taneja. Malik Sajad’s finely crafted Munnu: A Boy from Kashmir is the only graphic novel to come out from Kashmir. Inspired from German expressionist wood prints, Sajad paints a harrowing picture of what it’s like to come-of-age in Kashmir. The local characters are anthropomorphized as Kashmiri Stags, an endangered native species.
The JKBOSE is provided new syllabus latest books through online in Pdf file format as E-Content for both medium students, those boy’s and girl students of class VIII can download JKBOSE Class VIII Books Pdf online to Kashmir Division and . Kashmir Book Depot, Competitive Exams, General Knowledge, JKSSB Jammu and Kashmir Power Packed General Studies for all Competitive Exams. 0 out of 5 New Books. Kashmiri Books, History, Ali Mohammad Sons The Valley of Kashmir (Hardbound) Kashmiri Books, History, Ali Mohammad Sons. This book unequivocally qualifies to be a magnum opus on the history of Azad Kashmir- a region which played a significant role in instigating the anti-Dogra movement yet became a victim of post-partition amnesia as it gets achingly ignored in the subsequent discourses on the Kashmir s: The revocation of Article , which protected Kashmir’s demography by restricting residency to Kashmiris alone and, under a sub-section known as Article 35A, forbade the sale of property to non-Kashmiris, and the planned division of Kashmir into three separate Bantustan statelets, bear hallmarks of the Israeli occupation in Palestine.
The nineties have witnessed a dramatic escalation of the conflict in Kashmir, which has become the site of a triangular contest for hegemony between India, Pakistan, and popular movements for self-determination. Based on extensive fieldwork and interviews with a wide range of those involved, this provocative and tightly argued book goes beyond the reports and posturing that informs much of the. The book was originally published in the s and has been republished in New York. The book was released decades after Pakistan’s Operation Gulmarg in Jammu and Kashmir . Gulshan Books Kashmir, which runs a publishing house and five bookshops across the Valley, has published over a thousand titles on Kashmir’s history, culture, and politics so far. Published in , this book provides new information about the least known, neglected area of J&K- “Azad Kashmir”, a narrow strip of Kashmir populated by Muslims amidst India’s ongoing.