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The Valley Of Kashmir


Author : Sir Walter Roper Lawrence
language : en
Publisher: Asian Educational Services
Release Date : 1895



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(Reprint London 1895 edn.)

Kashmir And It S People


Author : M. K. Kaw
language : en
Publisher: APH Publishing
Release Date : 2004-01-01



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Traces The Journey Of The Land And People From Ancient To The Modern Day. Captures The Factors For The Decline Of Kashmiri Civilization From Glory To The Present State Of Murder And Repire. The Author Hopes The Worst Is Over And The Old Practices Of Kashmiriyat Will Return.

Kashmir


Author : Sumantra Bose
language : en
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Release Date : 2009-06-01



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In 2002, nuclear-armed adversaries India and Pakistan mobilized for war over the long-disputed territory of Kashmir, sparking panic around the world. Drawing on extensive firsthand experience in the contested region, Sumantra Bose reveals how the conflict became a grave threat to South Asia and the world and suggests feasible steps toward peace. Though the roots of conflict lie in the end of empire and the partition of the subcontinent in 1947, the contemporary problem owes more to subsequent developments, particularly the severe authoritarianism of Indian rule. Deadly dimensions have been added since 1990 with the rise of a Kashmiri independence movement and guerrilla war waged by Islamist groups. Bose explains the intricate mix of regional, ethnic, linguistic, religious, and caste communities that populate Kashmir, and emphasizes that a viable framework for peace must take into account the sovereignty concerns of India and Pakistan and popular aspirations to self-rule as well as conflicting loyalties within Kashmir. He calls for the establishment of inclusive, representative political structures in Indian Kashmir, and cross-border links between Indian and Pakistani Kashmir. Bose also invokes compelling comparisons to other cases, particularly the peace-building framework in Northern Ireland, which offers important lessons for a settlement in Kashmir. The Western world has not fully appreciated the desperate tragedy of Kashmir: between 1989 and 2003 violence claimed up to 80,000 lives. Informative, balanced, and accessible, "Kashmir" is vital reading for anyone wishing to understand one of the world's most dangerous conflicts.

Kashmir Its Aborigines And Their Exodus


Author : Colonel Tej K Tikoo
language : en
Publisher: Lancer Publishers LLC
Release Date :



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Exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from Kashmir in 1989 was their seventh such exodus since the arrival of Islam in Kashmir in the fourteenth century. This was precipitated by the outbreak of Pakistan-sponsored insurgency across Kashmir Valley in 1989. The radical Islamists targeted Pandits - a minuscule community in Muslim dominated society creating enormous fear, panic and grave sense of insecurity. In the face of ruthless atrocities inflicted on them, the Pandits’ sole concern was ensuring their own physical safety and their resolve not to convert to Islam. Over 350,000 Kashmiri Pandits were forced to flee en masse leaving their home and hearth. This was the single largest forced displacement of people of a particular ethnicity after partition of India. Pandits’ travails did not end with the exodus. The obstructive and intimidating attitude of the State administration towards the Pandit refugees made their post-exodus existence even more miserable. The Government at the Centre too remained indifferent to their plight. This book traces the Pandits’ economic and political marginalization in the State over the past six decades and covers in detail the events that led to their eventual exodus. In the light of ethnic cleansing of Pandits from the Valley, the book also examines some critical issues so crucial to India’s survival as a multi-cultural, liberal and secular democracy.

Kashmir


Author : S.R. Bakshi
language : en
Publisher: Sarup & Sons
Release Date : 1997-01-01



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The Volume Deals With Several Themes Haying Deep Bearing On History Of The People Who Lived In The Valley And Other Regions For Centuries. In Fact They Are The Simple Folk Whose Peaceful Life Was Effected By Foreign Invasions Which Ultimately Resulted Into Their Administrative System, Sometime Not Congenial To The Traditions Of The Local Population. However The Beautiful Environments Always Made The Region Very Attractive To Foreigners And, Later On, Tourists Who Happened To Study The Culture Of The Local Population.The Contents In The Volume Give A Glaring Picture Of Kashmir Ancient And Modern, With The Its Ultimate Conquest By The Dogra Dynasty. Undoubtedly It Would Be Useful For Teachers, Scholars, Students And Indian And Foreign Tourists.

Political Awakening In Kashmir


Author : Ravinderjit Kaur
language : en
Publisher: APH Publishing
Release Date : 1996-01-01



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Covers the period 1901-1931.

Kashmir In Conflict


Author : Victoria Schofield
language : en
Publisher: I.B.Tauris
Release Date : 2000



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This book explains why Kashmir has been such a hotly contested issue and why international coverage of this region is set to continue, for as long as the crisis remains unresolved.