Sh. T. N. Dhar Kundan has written exclusively on Kashmir, its political scenario and religious practices of its original inhabitants, the Kashmiri Pandits, and has authored several books on a variety of socio-cultural topics.
Born on 20th March, 1960 in Murran a village in North Kashmir, Chander M. Bhat is presently working as an Assistant Director Postal Services, Jammu & Kashmir Circle in Department of Posts, Govt. of India.
Subhash Kak has been called India leading expressionist poet. He is the author of two other books of poetry The Conductor of the Dead and other poems and The London Bridge and other poems.
Dr. S.S. Toshkhani is a renowned scholar of India and belongs to a great intellectual family of Kashmir. His father late Prof. S.K. Toshkhani was a legendary scholar of Kashmir literature, language and culture. Dr. Toshkhani is a poet, linguist, writer and thinker.
Born in Baramulla in 1927, he obtained his M.A. in Persian from the Panjab University and Ph.D. in Iranian from Teheran University.
Dr. M.K. Teng got his Ph.D. Degree from the University of Lucknow. Dr. Teng was sometime Lecturer in Sri Pratap Government College, Srinagar.
Arun Shourie (born 1941) is among India\'s best known and controversial commentators on current and political affairs.
Shri Jagmohan has also the rare distinction of being nationally honoured twice by the President of India.
Anil Maheshwari, Principal Correspondent of The Hindustan Times, a leading Indian daily newspaper has covered the Kashmir rally extensively from June 1989 to May 1990, the period when hell broke loose there.
Born at Drabiyar, Srinagar, in 1914, Shri Jankinath Kaul Kamal was well known as an accomplished scholar through his writings in the fields of Kashmir Shaivism and Vedanta
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