During the past 13 years or so much has been written on the subject of militancy in the Valley of Kashmir and the resultant turmoil there.
Salman Rushdie, India most controversial novelist, has eight novels to his credit. Shalimar The Clown is his latest contribution.
Makhan Lal Pandita emergence as a serious short story writer is a good augury for Kashmiri literature.
Bengal is not merely a state of India. It is a phenomenon synonymous with Indian identity. So is Kashmir. Co-existence and religious tolerance are the key elements of both.
It also dwells upon the various antiquated path-routes that led to Kashmir and the traditional Kashmiri crafts and arts.
Music, from times immemorial, has remained the most important medium of expression of human emotions.
The book under review Ugly Kashmiri written by Arvind Gigoo can hardly be described as a book. For in good measure, every page has ten words.
Jonathan Swift once remarked: Cant and vision are to the ear and eye the same as tickling is to the touch.
On the shores of the Vitasta is a collection of four novels about Kashmiri women by Parneeta Khar. The novelist was born and brought up in Kashmir and completed her education there itself.
NEW DELHI, May 4, 2003: Kashmir-War or Peace, is the latest book penned down by the advocate-turned author, Pyare Lal Kaul.
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