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Prof. Kashi Nath Pandita

Prof. Kashi Nath Pandita
Prof. Kashi Nath Pandita

Born in Baramulla in 1927, he obtained his M.A. in Persian from the Panjab University and Ph.D. in Iranian from Teheran University. He served for a long time as professor in the Persian Department and the Centre of Central Asian Studies at the Jammu and Kashmir University. He has authored several books including My Tajik Friends, Iran and Central Asia, and Baharistan-i-Shahi.

Table of Contents

Baharistan-i-Shahi On  Kashmir  nuclear flash - point
Talibanization of Kashmir Pakistan's militarized religious organizations
Chechnya: Booming guns in the Caucasus Threats to India's Stability
Autonomy in Jammu & Kashmir NHRC'S Verdict on Kashmiri Pandits
The creed of theo-fascism Chechnya: impending nuclear flash point
Subtle polemics of intervention Fundamentalist terror and global strataegys
The mission for self destruction External threat and internal subversion
Prime Minister speaks it out Islamic warriors in Turkestan
Creating atmosphere conducive for dialogue towards peace Helping those who don’t help themselves
The  labyrinth  of  Kashmir insurgency The Pariah Called Panun Kashmir
Mending the fence with Iran The General’s visit to Iran
Kashmir Herald Articles  

Books

Baharistan-i-Shahi (A Chronicle of Mediaeval Kashmir)
Baharistan-i-Shahi, a Persian Manuscript history of Kashmir by anonymous author and brought down to A.D. 1614, has served as an important reference work for historians from the 17th century to the present day.  >>>
Tohfatul-Ahbab - This is the English translation of a Farsi work Tohfatuíl-Ahbab, the biography of Shamsuíd-Din Muhammad Araki, an Iranian Shiëa Muslim missionary of Nurbakhshiyyeh order who is reported to have visited Kashmir for the first time in A.H. 882/A.D.1478.

 

 

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