The history of Kashmiri poetry is closely tied to the political and social issues that have shaped the region throughout the centuries. Many poets have used their work as a means of expressing their views on the conflict in Jammu and Kashmir, and their poetry reflects the cultural and political landscape of the region.
It’s worth mentioning that these books represent different perspectives and opinions on the conflict, and it is important to read multiple sources to get a more comprehensive understanding.
The book “Kashmir Misgovernment” is divided into four main chapters and an Introduction section, in which Gulab Singh Dogra’s loyalty to the British government is being shown swankily, primarily this section reveals that how the British Government brought the Gulab Singh Dogra’s subjugation to Kashmir.
He believed people of Azad Kashmir and people of Gilgit Baltistan were deliberately kept apart by the policy makers of Pakistan. This segregation and policy of divide and rule resulted in misunderstandings and lacked sense of belonging.
“I challenge BJP to repeal Article 370 as its abrogation may help us to get freedom,” Dr. Abdullah said while addressing a gathering today.
Have you leaned more about human nature than the man in the street can learn without so much as opening a book? Have you derived from history any illumination of our present condition, any guidance for our judgments and policies, any guard against the rebuffs of surprise or the vicissitudes of change?