2 edition of Kashmir, social and cultural history found in the catalog.
Kashmir, social and cultural history
Rabbani, G. M.
|LC Classifications||DS485.K25 R32 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||155 p.,  folded leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||86900388|
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rabbani, G.M., Kashmir, social and cultural history. Delhi, India: Anmol Publications. He brings out clearly the unique characteristics of Kashmir history.
Not only does he give a connected narrative of Kashmir s political evolution based on all available sources, literary, archaeological, numismatic, foreign allusions etc., but brings out the cultural, religious and social development of the people of the valley.
Prithivi Nath Kaul Bamzai (–) was a Kashmiri scholar and historian who wrote several books on the history of Kashmir and Central Asia. Bamzai was born in into a Kashmiri Pandit family of scholarly traditions, and received his first lessons in historical research from his father, Anand Koul, who was a pioneer of research on the history and folklore of Kashmir.
Kashmir: Social, Political, Cultural and Religious History of Kashmir [Sufi, G.M.D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Kashmir: Social, Political Author: G.M.D. Sufi. Brief facts of the instant suit are that the Magray Tribe is Ancient Prominent Marshal Tribe of Kashmir who are Khashtri Rajputs by caste (); that the words “Magray” and “Magri” are used for same tribe and there is no difference between these two words; that the plaintiff No.1 is representative of Magray Tanzeem and that the defendant Reviews: 1.
Kashmir: Exposing the Myth behind the Narrative challenges the existing narrative. It exposes many fallacies used to uphold this narrative and dissects the work of historians that has sustained ahistorical perceptions over a long period of time. By linking history to the present, the book facilitates an understanding of the situation today.
It beautifully conveys the complexity of Kashmir's human composition at a crossroads of civilization and thus provides a supple foundation for subtle understandings of Kashmir's current political predicament." - David Ludden, professor of History, New York University "The Format: Hardcover.
A history of Kashmir: political, social, cultural, from the earliest times to the present day. Be the first to review “Kalam E Sheikh Ul Alam (RA) Email * There are no reviews yet. Related products. Kashmiri Books, History, Gulshan Books A History of Kashmir: Political Kashmir Cultural.
Kashmiri Books, History, Gulshan Books A History of Kashmir: Political Social Cultural Kashmir Book Store Lal Chowk, Srinagar Order. The book throws light on the economic and social conditions prevailing in ancient and medieval Kashmir.
It brings out Kashmir's contribution to the Buddhist and Hindu philosophy, to Sanskrit and Persian literature, and most important of all, to the development of a blended culture which is the hallmark of a Kashmiri even today.
Perhaps what most bothers Professor Chitralekha Zutshi of William & Mary’s history department is the world’s insistence on viewing Kashmir through the lens of conflict and security studies alone, ignoring its rich and interconnected past, diverse people and complex cultural identities.
Zutshi’s recent book, Kashmir: History, Politics, Representation, is a major collaborative attempt to. Kashmir: A Historical Background The valley of Kashmir, eulogised as „the paradise on Earth‟, is surrounded by mountains. The people of Kashmir consider these mountains as their guardian and protector, who allowed various religions and cultures to come into the valley and settle down there.
One after the other, KashmirFile Size: KB. : Cultural Heritage of Jammu and Kashmir: Contents Preface. Contributors. Rock art of Northern Areas/Muhammad Arif. Kashmir's Contribution to Indian aesthetics/S.S.
Toshkhani. Buddhist heritage of Kashmir/Advaitavadini Kaul. Promoting and preserving Buddhist tradition in Ladakh/Nawang Tsering. Genesis and development of Kashmir bronzes/Sunil Khosa. While other books from Nyla Ali Khan were mostly using the viewpoint of her maternal grandparents in contemporary Kashmir history, society and cultural, her new book The Parchment of Kashmir provided several viewpoints from men and women, Muslim and Hindu native Kashmiris.
And the result is a deeper understanding of Kashmir’s complex history and culture. Note: This is a work of love. All errors and omissions are regretted. I will keep improving this with time - please feel free to suggest edits and changes if any. When Shahenshah Jahangir (Shehzada Salim of Mughal-e-Azam fame), the 4th Mughal Empe.
However, research shows that all cultural markers in early Kashmir from at least the 5th century BCE onwards for another two thousand years -- material culture, textual representations, foreign accounts, inscriptions, coins, language, art, religion, philosophy -- attest overwhelmingly to Kashmir’s Indic and Sanskritic identity and : Akrita Reyar.
2 Bamzai p. Culture and Political History of Kashmir, Volume 3: Modern Kashmir, P.N.K. Bamzai, M D Publications vt Ltd, New Delhi, 3 Id p. 4 Id p. 5 It was the Dogras who mostly made up government jobs during this time 6 Id p.
Hari Singh had spent much time in his youth trying to understand his people and had beenFile Size: 1MB. This book is a cultural history/anthropology/geography of early Kashmir. The reason it dons many hats is that the phenomena it investigates, the questions it raises, and the perspectives it.
Rajatarangini, which consists of 7, verses, is divided into eight I attempts to weave imaginary tales of Kashmir kings into epic a was the first king and a contemporary and enemy of the Hindu deity of genuine history are also found, however, in references to the Mauryan emperors Ashoka and Jalauka; the Buddhist Kushan kings Hushka (Huviska), Jushka.
Kashmir valley had attracted lakh of tourists every year. Geography and climate Jammu and Kashmir is a home of several valleys such as the Kashmir Valley, Tawi, Chenab, Poonch, Sind and Lidder. Among these the major one is Kashmir valley which is km (62 mi) wide km2 (5, sq mi) in total area.
The Himalayas divide theFile Size: KB. Paradise lost, on fire, or on a river of hell: purple prose abounds in descriptions of Kashmir today. But in this instance, the hyperbole may be alarmingly close to reality. Since –, Kashmir (i.e., the Valley rather than the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir for which the name is often informally used) has been a battleground pitting a popularly backed insurgency—sometimes Author: Mridu Rai.
Kashmir, officially referred to as Jammu and Kashmir, is an 86,square-mile region (about the size of Idaho) in northwest India and northeast Pakistan so breathtaking in physical beauty that Mugal (or Moghul) emperors in the 16th and 17th century considered it an earthly paradise. The book, to repeat, is the best account of Kashmir, its convoluted history, and its past, present and future after Joseph Corbell’s account.
It, among other things, however, differs from Corbell’s book in terms of academic vigour and detail. Snedden’s book will enrich its readers about Kashmir: its politics, history and present. It is a very poorly written book on Kashmir. The advertised page notes pages while there are only pages.
The research work is also nothing which is very regrettable. The very purpose of book is either to earn money or get publicity. The writer is Indian Adm services person and should have studied the subject and then write the book/5(14). This book has been written with the object of giving a comprehensive story of Kashmir revolving round the common man's political, social and cultural life from prehistoric times to the present day.
Situated in a sensitive geo-political region where recently terrorism has. Jammu and Kashmir: and Beyond aims to provide a comprehensive presentation of the politics of Jammu and Kashmir from right up to the current times.
The book begins with the history of the state from the time of its accession to India to the onset of separatism and militancy around A cross-disciplinary anthology on contemporary Kashmir by academics from Jammu and Kashmir, the first such volume to appear.
The book offers a panorama of key cultural concerns of Jammu and Kashmir today, incorporating analysis of military, cultural, religious, and social aspects of the society and. A History of Kashmir: Political, Social, Cultural, from the Earliest Times to the Present Day.
Metropolitan Book Company,pages. topics: | kashmir | history | Bamzai was a talented scholar and joined the Kashmir government service, working in the state information department. This study is primarily meant for readers outside India, and that explains the lengthy background which it provides.
Although literature on the issue is growing daily, each work is written from a certain angle, and that is quite understandable. Every mind has a particular drawing bias; the information supplied is therefore necessarily coloured by tpe views a writer holds. Kashmir: Exposing the Myth behind the Narrative attempts to blow away the fog over the realities of Kashmir and questions the ‘facts’ that have traditionally populated the mythology of the existing narrative.
It analyses the Kashmiri Pandit community narrative in the light of historical material and digs out many fallacies by cross. history of srinagar () a study in socio-cultural change by mohammad ishaq khan Posted by: Utpal Publications Thursday, Decem The focus of this book is on the interplay of several social, economic, cultural and political forces that led to the transition of Srinagar from the medieval to the modern age during Early History Buddhism was introduced in Kashmir valley in the third century, B.C by Ashoka.
For nearly four centuries, Buddhism prospered and was further strengthened by Kanisha in the first century A.D. In the sixth century A.D., Huns gained control of the valley. After that it was Ujjain EmpireFile Size: KB. Cultural Heritage of Kashmir.
Cultural heritage of Kashmir is as multi-dimensional as the variegated backdrop of its physical exuberance which has nursed and inspired it all along. Its sanctity and evergreen stature can be conveniently History of Kashmir: Folktales; Geography of Kashmir.
The Genesis of Kashmir Dispute. British and both went all out to destroy social, educationa l, cultural and religious This book investigates the factors that led to the breakdown of Author: Guido Benny. created by religious superstition and social sm, has became a compound of magic, animation and superstition and monstrous rites like animal sacrifice and physical torture had replaced the worship of most painful was The paper discusses the File Size: 1MB.
Foreword The historiography of early Kashmir differs radically from that of any other area of India in that among the original sources for the period there survives a detailed chronicle, the Rajatarangini of Kalhana.
If such documents existed in other parts of India, they have long since vanished, and they have not been quoted or mentioned by other writers. Kashmir, region of the northwestern Indian subcontinent. Claimed by both India and Pakistan, the region has remained a source of tension since the partition of and was the focus of two wars between them.
The region is administratively partitioned along a de. Viewed from another angle, this book is an attempt at filling a vacuum of cultural history of Kashmir that has largely remained unrepresented. Because so far the dominant discourse has depicted.
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About The Book Jammu and Kashmir has already revealed ns cultural potential in the form of numerous archaeological sites stretching from Paleolithic period to the modem through the Dogra rule.
The importance of archaeology in history deals not so much with invention but discovering historical evidences in different forms (artifacts 'even quantitative data) so as to provide the background for.Jammu and Kashmir culture and tradition, The people of Kashmir are commonly known as the Kashmiri and they belong to the Dardic linguistic group.
The Kashmiris are mainly people who are said to be immigrated from Turkey, Iran, Central Asia and Afghanistan, and settled in the valley of Kashmir.Author: O.
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