Through his verses in Kashmiri, Mahjoor contributed to the sentiment and movement of freedom struggle during the tyrannical and autocratic Dogra regime. His poems gave momentum to the struggle and served as a clarion call to the masses to free their nation from the chains of slavery.
It was a long drive up the mountain, and all I remember is the odd happiness I felt in not feeling nauseous. Those of
Originally posted on AJK TRIBE:
Spoiled by dirty politics our educational system has has been allowed to rot. Government is only keen on establishing new…
A second and third generation far removed from their Chinese homeland find home in Jammu and Kashmir. Mohammad Abdullah and his family estimate that fewer
Originally posted on travel'n'tales:
A faraway land, a lost kingdom and a Prince – sounds like the making of a fairy tale, doesn’t…
Amir Sultan Line// The Koshur now spoken is a hodgepodge of words from Urdu and Hindi, and to some extent corrupted English, and is thus not Kashmiri at