Tag: Kashmir history

The Kangri Cancer

A Forgotten Masjid

Showcasing An Extinction

A Galwan Story

Mankind’s Kashmir Arrival

Photograph of a Buddhist stupa mound near Baramulla in Jammu and Kashmir, taken by John Burke in 1868. Buddhism was established in Kashmir from the third century BC but declined by the 8th century AD, eclipsed by Hindu Vaishnavism and Shaivism. Two of the most important sites for Buddhist remains in the Kashmir valley are Harwan near Srinagar and Ushkur near Baramulla.

Medieval Kashmir’s Historians

The historical Burzhoam. Image: Nitasha KaulThe historical Burzhoam. Image: Nitasha Kaul

Battling Burzhoam

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