Table of Contents
  Index
PART I: Snow in Srinagar 
  Exile
  Reaching Srinagar
  The city of fame
  Rainy afternoon in ...
  Up the Sindh river in a doonga
  Snow in Srinagar
  Chilai Kalan
  Crossing the Vitasta
  Journey into the Himalayas
  Ishbar evenings
  Pony ride in the Liddar valley
  Views of Haramukh
  My father in Hawaii
PART II: Ten Thousand Years of Solitude 
  The Fire in the Waters
  Records of our lives
  Threads
  Ask Krishna
  The Conductor of the dead
  A Wounded bird
  The riddle of Isha
  Patanjali's song
  The hidden path up the hill
  Inner Sarasvati
  Naming things
  On high desert
  A small beginning
  Uncovering
  Seeking answers
  Nachiketa's dual
  Quantum implications
  Chance and necessity
  A Boy and his dog
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An Introduction to Spoken Kashmiri

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Uncovering

In our beginnings 
is our meaning hidden. 
But our coverings 
hide us from ourselves. 
The end of our journeys 
is to see ourselves 
in our true form. 

Sleepy 
with the warmth of the covers 
it feels easier 
just to watch 
to know and not to be the one 
who gets transformed. 

The king saw Urvashi 
by the lightening in the sky. 
Disrobed 
she could not be caught; 
this is what the king found.

 

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