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An Introduction to Spoken Kashmiri

 

READ  ME  FIRST THE SOUNDS OF KASHMIRI
chapter 17 chapter 17: A conversation on Kashmir
A conversation on Kashmir
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A CONVERSATION ON KASHMIR

An informal conversation about the main physical features of Kashmir - its population, area, language, etc.

Mohan: Greetings, Ashok.


Ashok: Greetings, Mohan.

Mohan: How are you?

Ashok: I am all right.

Mohan: When did you come to Kashmir?

Ashok: I came yesterday. Kashmir is very beautiful.

Mohan: Yes, Kashmir is beautiful.

Ashok: Do you live in Kashmir?

Mohan: Yes, I do (live in Kashmir).

Ashok: What is the population of Kashmir?

Mohan: The population of Kashmir is approximately forty-six lakhs.

Ashok: How big is Kashmir?

Mohan: The total area of Kashmir is approximately two and a quarter lakh square kilometers.

Ashok: Is only Kashmiri spoken in Kashmir?

Mohan: Yes, In Kashmir only Kashmiri is spoken. But in Jammu, Dogri is spoken, and in Ladakh, Ladakhi is spoken.

Ashok: Do you speak only Kashmiri?

Mohan: Yes, I speak only Kashmiri.

Ashok: There are other things concerning Kashmir that I want to talk to you about. But not today, I am in a hurry.

Mohan: Yes, certainly. Goodbye.

Ashok: Goodbye.
 

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