Insight on Kashmir’s 2018 journey was incredible. We covered most of the issues and topics with real life images, videos and stories. Kashmir is equally beautiful in Sunlight and Shade ; it’s a universal appearance and offering of a never-ending panorama.
Mountains, Urbanites and Tea that smelled of Horses was an interesting guest blog entry that mesmerised our readers.
The Kashmiri property rows that date back to British India covered problems of Scores of families in Pakistan-administered Kashmir are still fighting to prove they own property lost more than 70 years ago when British India was partitioned. In April, we read
Mahjoor: The poet of Kashmir and Neha Sehgal’s Traveling through Kashmir Valley
Neha is a wanderer and an explorer, she will travel to any corner of this planet if it intrigues her or catches her fancy.
Footprints: Paradise in Neglect covered a travel blogger’s first hand account of the visit to Rawalakot in Azad Kashmir that lies at an elevation of around 5,400 feet, a little lower than Murree. Drive about two hours or so from here and you suddenly reach an altitude of 8,500 to 9,000 feet: literally amidst the clouds.