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Kashmiri Literature is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Kashmiri Literature books and related discussion.
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- 8 Kashmir – The Home of Sanskrit Language and Literature....................................... ......8-60.
- Art and Culture in Ancient Kashmir
- Specifically, we consider the contributions to the arts, sciences, literature, and philosophy.
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- Gems of Kashmiri Literature & Kashmiriyat ii. KASHMIR NEWS NETWORK (KNN) . Page Intentionally Left Blank.
- Arinimaal – An enigma
- According to the 'History of Kashmiri Literature' by A.K.Rahbar,.
- The Publication of Kashmir Sabha, Calcutta Vol. XXXIV (2000-2001)
- 11.3 Modern Kashmiri Literature : after 1800 A.D.
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- Finding The Roots
- Ikhlaq Qadri profiles the lover of Kashmiri literature and philosophy. He was compelled by his family to opt for medical stream, but he left it mid way for his love for literature and pholosophy.
- Kashmir to hold literary festival
- We will be discussing English, Urdu and Kashmiri literature,” Gokhale said. Muslim-majority Kashmir has a rich literary tradition dating back to the 14th century, but few outside readers are familiar with its beauty because little has been translated.
- Kashmir's wise old Grandmother Lal
- Her vakhs are among the earliest records in Kashmiri literature. Folklorists, historians and scholars have different takes on Lalla. The saint-mystic was said to have been born a Brahmin.
- Autumn 2011: Valley to host first literature festival
- Whether this event is going to focus on people who write in English or on the Kashmiri literature would be interesting to know?," he says.
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- Kashmiri literature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Kashmiri literature (Kashmiri: कॉशुर साहित्य, کٲشُر ساہتیہ) has a history of at least 2500 years, going back to its glory days of Sanskrit.
- Gems of Kashmiri Literature and Kashmiriyat - Introduction
- Three stalwarts stand out as the true founders of Kashmiri literature. They are Shitikanth (13th Century), author of Mahanai Prakash "Lal Ded (b.
- Kashmiri literature - Google Books
- Kashmiri literature. , Volume 8, Part 5. Front Cover.
- Kashmiri Literature in English
- Kashmiri Literature in English.
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