Serpentine River Jhelum flowing right through the heart of Kashmir capital Srinagar with its destination in Pakistan. In the cluster of households inhabited by Muslims, a Hindu temple is distinctly visible to prove Kashmir as a symbol of tolerance and communal harmony.

K A S H M I R


Kashmir is rightly said to be Natures grand finale of beauty and splendour

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Sunday, January 24th, 2010 17:34
I really appreciate your work... it taught me a lot about Kashmir... can you give me some tips on going to kashmir and when is the best time to go there?
Ahmed Al Marhoon
Saudi Arabia
Wednesday, January 13th, 2010 11:40
This is a noble endeavor on your part to show Kashmir in a realistic scenario and combat the propaganda of the ever scheming KP's who want the world to believe that it is all about Terrorism and Extremism against the so called civilized nations of the world. I may write it for the other netters that the movement id Kashmir is purely nationalistic and all that we Kashmiris want is the right to freedom to live with honour and dignity. Right to security and equal opportunity. We have nothing in common with the major chunk of the Indian population and neither do we have any cultural, social or economic affinity with India, it is a forced marriage solemnized against the will of the people by the despot ruler of the Princely State of Jammu and Kashmir. I suggest that you provide links of various HR groups and updatethe site on daily basis keeping a track of the events through epapers from Srinagar. I wish you all the best and success in your noble efforts to highlight the plight and the factual position of Kashmir.
Miraj Siraj
Srinagar (Ground Zero)
Monday, January 4th, 2010 12:04
Very interesting and informative site, good work! It is very interesting to learn more about the culture, history and politics of Kashmir and I really enjoyed listening to the Sufiana music too.
Anne
Nottingham
Monday, January 4th, 2010 10:35
What a beautiful photo! The site continues to look good. My only comment is that it does not fully fit on my screen - and I have a big 19" screen.
Elaine Arici
Nottingham
Friday, November 27th, 2009 21:17
Kashmir has a rich history with it being the gateway to India for the invading armies from the north and parts of the 'silk road' running through it. Even Marco Polo came there and mentioned it in his memoirs!I am proud to be a Kashmiri because we are the most adaptable people in the world in my opinion. However, for the future generations to feel proud, they have to know our culture, and we have to protect our heritage at all costs if we are to avert the unrelenting cultural invasion from across our borders. This website is a step towards that aim, trying to prolong the glow of the embers that Sufiana Music is today in Kashmir. I am sure that the value of this website will increase with time & people will fully appreciate the value of its purpose & content.
Saqib
London
Sunday, November 1st, 2009 16:35
What a beautiful and a poignant feeling to listen to Masters like Saaznawaz & Qaleenbaft! As Lalla Ded Said I searched for my Self until I grew weary, but no one, I know now, reaches the hidden knowledge by means of effort. Then, absorbed in “Thou art This,” I found the place of Wine. There all the jars are filled, but no one is left to drink. Great work !
BinYamin
Srinagar
Wednesday, October 28th, 2009 07:39
Hi, I am a Kashmiri Pandit writer and am very impressed with your site. I am happy that there are people who love their culture and try and stay away from all the hatred that is being spread around. One suggestion, please keep this site away from all kind of politics and let it only focus on music. Best of luck.
Samvit Rawal
Pune
Friday, October 2nd, 2009 22:34
Very nice site!
Pharme584
iuwtewwu
Thursday, October 1st, 2009 09:20
very good website iam hononered to visit it
mansour bahamdan
nottingham
Wednesday, September 30th, 2009 06:04
a great begining and contribution ! I am inspired and shall be frequ ent visitor.
qasim qayoom
srinagar

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