Culture of Kashmir
The culture of Kashmir refers to the culture and traditions of Kashmir, a region in northern India (consisting of Jammu and Kashmir), northeast Pakistan (consisting of Azad Kashmir and Gilgit–Baltista...
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History of Kashmir
The history of Kashmir, commonly known as Kashmir or Cashmere in the Asia and Western world is intertwined with the history of a larger region, comprising the areas of Central Asia, Afghanistan, India...
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Pahari painting
Pahari painting (literal meaning a painting from the mountainous regions, pahar means a mountain in Hindi) is an umbrella term used for a form of Indian painting, originating from Himalayan Hill kingd...
Pahari painting - Wikipedia
Kashmir rug
A Kashmir rug is a hand-knotted oriental rug from Kashmir. Kashmir rugs or carpets have intricate designs that are primarily oriental, floral style in a range of colors, sizes and quality. This type o...
Ethnic groups of Azad Kashmir
The population of Azad Kashmir is composed of many communities and tribes. According to the last census conducted in Pakistan in 1998, the total population of Azad Kashmir was 2,973,000 and 3,271,000 ...
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Kashmiri cuisine
Kashmiri cuisine (Kashmiri: कॉशुर खयॊन / کأشُر کھٮ۪ن; Kashur khyon) is based on the ancient traditions of the north east Asian Kashmir area. The Rigveda mentions the meat eating traditions of this...
Kashmiri Pandit Festivals
The religious festivals of the Brahmins of Kashmir have Rigvedic and Proto-Indo-Iranian roots. The Kashmiri Pandits share most of their festivals with other Hindu communities and some with the Zoroast...
Kashmiri literature
Kashmiri literature (Kashmiri: कॉशुर साहित्य, کٲشُر ساہتیہ) has a history of at least 5,000 years, going back to its glory days of Sanskrit. Early names include Patanjali, the author of the Maha...
Kashmiri music
Kashmiri music (Hindi: जम्मू और कश्मीर के संगीत, Urdu: جموں اور کشمیر کے سنگیت) reflects the rich musical heritage and cultural legacy of Kashmir. Traditionally the music composed by ethnic Kashm...
Kashmiriyat
Kashmiriyat (Kashmiri: कश्मीरीयत, کشمیریّت; translation: Kashmiri-ness) is the ethno-national and social consciousness and cultural values of the Kashmiri people. Emerging around the 16th century,...
Kashmiri Proverbs
Kashmiri Proverbs come from Kashmir.
Valley of Saints (film)
Valley of Saints is a 2012 Indian film in Kashmiri language directed by Musa Syeed. Syeed's directorial debut is a romantic film set in Dal lake, Srinagar, which also raises an environmental issue su...
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Music of Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh
Kashmiri music (Hindi: जम्मू और कश्मीर के संगीत, Urdu: جموں اور کشمیر کے سنگیت) reflects the rich musical heritage and cultural legacy of Kashmir. Traditionally the music composed by ethnic Kashmi...
Music of Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh - Wikipedia
Papa 2 (film)
Papa 2 is a film about the notorious interrogation centre, Papa 2. This interrogation center was run by the Indian Armed Forces in Kashmir till 1996. Officially, over 2000 - unofficially, over 8000 ...
Ocean of Tears
The Ocean of Tears is a 2012 Kashmiri short documentary film produced by Rajiv Mehrota under the banner of Public Service Broadcasting Trust of India. The film is a documentary of the crimes and hum...
Kanger
A kanger (Kashmiri: कांगर , کانگر ; also known as kangri or kangar or kangir) is a pot filled with hot embers used by Kashmiris beneath their traditional clothing to keep the chill at bay, which i...
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Bub (film)
Bub (English: Father) is an Indian film in Kashmiri language directed by Jyoti Sarup. It released in Jammu on 1 December 2001. It is only the third Kashmiri film, the preceding one was released 3...
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Huna people
The Hunas were Iranian-speaking Xionite tribes who, via Khyber Pass, entered India at the end of the 5th or early 6th century and were defeated by the Indian Gupta Empire and the Indian king Yasodha...
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Sqay
{Sqay martial arts }'Sqay is a South Asian martial art originating in the former state of Kashmir. It is today practiced mainly in what are now Azad Kashmir in Pakistan and the Kashmir Valley in Ind...
Islam in Kashmir

In the 1901 Census of the British Indian Empire, Muslims constituted 74.16% of the total population of the princely state of Kashmir and Jammu where Gujjar Muslims constitute 20% population, Hind...
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Kashmir and Jammu
Kashmir and Jammu was, from 1846 until 1947, a princely state in the British Empire in India, and was ruled by Jamwal Dogra Dynasty. The state was created in 1846 when, after its victory in the First ...
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The Royal House of Jammu and Kashmir
Dogra was a Hindu Rajput dynasty which traced its roots to the Ikshvaku dynasty of northern India. The rulers of the dynasty were Dogra Rajputs and the royal house of Jammu and Kashmir.The Maharaja of...
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Kushan Empire
The Kushan Empire (Bactrian: κοϸανο; Sanskrit: कुषाण राजवंश Kuṣāṇ Rājavaṃśa; BHS: Guṣāṇa-vaṃśa; Parthian: 𐭊𐭅𐭔𐭍 𐭇𐭔𐭕𐭓 Kušan-xšaθr) was an empire originally formed in the early 1st ce...
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Timeline of the Kashmir conflict
The following is a timeline of the Kashmir conflict.