Browsing: History

This section offers detailed reportage and the analysis of key historical developments of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. It includes the economy, the politics, health and the trends in society in historical context and profiles the characters who dominated these developments. This section is usually featuring experts in the field of history.

Cover Story
Sheikh’s UN Speech

Within four months after the tribal raids led to the bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir and eventually triggered the first…

Books
Damaras: An Introduction

The Western scholars to whom Kashmir shall perpetually remain indebted for their extensive research on history and culture of the…

Ecology
History’s Major Snowfall

Every time there is a snowfall, the media chases the weatherman asking about the dates when it snowed more last…

Culture
Kashmir Wazwan

A Bollywood producer, currently in Srinagar, triggered a controversy by claiming that he has introduced veg-Wazwaan. He was trolled for…

Books
Twentieth Century Kashmir

In his fourth books, Khalid Bashir Ahmad accesses rare documents to rediscover many people between Allama Iqbal and Sheikh Abdullah to various…

Faith
Cast In Stone

A mosque constructed by the most celebrated Mughal Queen, Nur Jahan, in the heart of Srinagar fought a lot of…

docs
Trade Route Foundations

Edit Note: For the last more than six months, more than 50,000 troops from China and India are facing each…

docs
1931 – A Memorandum

Months after July 13, 1931, marked the beginning of the demands for political reforms and basic rights by the Jammu…

History
1947: Kashmiris In Amritsar

For most of the history especially after Sikhs replaced Afghans in Srinagar, most of the migrants from Kashmir were making…

History
A Galwan Story

Galwans’ or Kashmir’s horse-lifters are one of the least studied and controversial tribes that dominated the narrative post-Mughal annexation of…

History
Mistaking Majority? 

While guiding the destiny of overwhelmingly Muslim Jammu and Kashmir with India, Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah was confident that the state’s…

History
A Massacre Debate

The East India Company sold Kashmir in 1846, notwithstanding, a section of British politics was always concerned for Kashmir. Though…

Books
Those Cholera Carnage’s

Unlike many other epidemics, the Cholera has been Kashmir’s resident killer for most of the nineteenth century when the bacteria…

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