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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Wednesday, December 10th, 2008 18:00
This site has actually tickled my interest to know more about Kashmir. I only knew Kashmir as another trouble spot left for Muslims to be grappling with. I never knew It has such a rich culture and history. I will use whatever opportunity ALLAH grants me to spread words and connect the muslims from Africa and elsewhere to launch a serious campaign for the freedom of Kashmir, insha Allah.
tajudeen Yusuf
Nottingham
Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008 08:48
Great web site which I found to be very interesting and well designed. However I would like to make a comment, I initially found it hard to navigate back to your front page as I could not find a home button. I then tried index and went back to the front page. Looking at other web sites it would appear that by convention home is used instead of index.
Ian Moorman
Nottingham
Monday, December 1st, 2008 22:32
Excellent work! All the hard work done regarding this website is highly appreciated. Being an amatuer developer you've created a master piece of a website,which will help the young Kashmiri's gain knowledge in the times to come.
Nida Taha Kutay
London
Monday, December 1st, 2008 22:22
A very informative website regarding the facts and history of Kashmir. I'm sure many people will be enlightened and mystified by the kind of in depth factual information you've dessiminated regarding politics, music and the leaders of Kashmir.
Taha Islam Kutay
London
Sunday, November 30th, 2008 10:14
As a Kashmiri who has been in the UK for the last 30 years and an avid listener of all kinds of music this website is an excellent reference to enlighten me and my children of sufiana music. sincere thanks and keep it up.
Waseem
Leeds
Friday, November 28th, 2008 16:57
Well done, this is a very informative website. Unfortunately i dont have the equipment to listen to the music but all of your links seem to work and it is obvious you have put a lot of work into this!
Lisa
Nottingham
Thursday, November 27th, 2008 17:58
This is a very well constructed site. Can be upgraded by inclusion of other forms of kashmiri folk music. Congratulations!
Bashir Ahmed
UAE
Thursday, November 27th, 2008 17:57
Congratulations. It is a masterpiece of work and will be a singular example of its kind in the total gamut of literature on classics. It is hard work to collect antics of vestigeal material from the archives of Kashmir. God Bless
A Majid
Scotland
Thursday, November 27th, 2008 17:56
Congratulations for completing the website. From "zero" knowledge of computers to creating your own very well & highly valueable website is some acheivement - Mashallah! You made us all proud. Its an great attempt to keep the tradition of Soofyana alive. Keep up the good work.
Shoaib
Leeds
Thursday, November 27th, 2008 17:24
An excellent site. I have learnt alot about Kashmir, its politics, history and music I didn't know. You have a thing or two to teach me about designing web sites! Well done, Jane
Jane Restorick
Nottingham

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