Kasmiri nationalism

Kashmiri Pandits The Hindu caste system of the Kashmir region was influenced by the influx of Buddhism from the time of Asokaaround the third century BCE, and a consequence of this was that the traditional lines of varna were blurred, with the exception of that for the Brahmins, who remained aloof from the changes.

Kasmiri nationalism

Vijay, 23 August Sushma Swaraj stunned the students from the Kasmiri nationalism on August 18 with the question "tell me what idea of the so-called 'azadi' you have and I shall speak after that". The students decided to have one among them to define what they thought about the concept of freedom they were seeking for Kashmir.

There was no clear voice Kasmiri nationalism could describe what they mean by "azadi" when they chant it. Now the leader of the opposition explained in a motherly way that they were all like her children.

Some want to remain independent, some want Gilgit and Baltistan, some want to go with Pakistan. No one is clear. You already have Jammu and Ladakh; enjoy an autonomy which is not available to any other Indian state.

Gilgit and Baltistan you can't have without getting into a scuffle and that may lead to a war. The best 'azadi' that all of you enjoy is with the tricolour. The Indian Constitution provides everything that a citizen can aspire for. It has space for all the shades and opinions within its framework.

That's the freedom of development and reaching the sky for lifetime achivements. We want our future with India. India, not Pakistan, is our destiny.

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A small section of "azadi" seekers couldn't say anything except jeering at the Indian voice from Kashmir. He later complained that some of the students threatened him, "but I am not scared, sir". Smriti Irani, actor Tulsi and national president of the BJP's women's wing, charmingly disarmed the separatism advocates.

By making innocent kids and young people leave their homes and pelt stones on soldiers who are guarding the nation under their constitutional duty? Why should you not be concentrating on making the education system better and responsive?

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All the separatist leaders including Gilani and Andrabi send their children to various Indian cities and abroad to get the best education and settle down as progressive persons, but make the valley youth cannon fodder for their nefarious games, played and funded by Pakistan. Why don't you see the game?

Why do you want to be just confined to a small area of the valley? Give leadership to the Indian Muslims.Exodus of Kashmiri Hindus (Redirected from Ethnic cleansing of Kashmiri Hindus) The Hindus of the Kashmir Valley, a large majority of whom were Kashmiri Pandits, were forced to flee the Kashmir valley as a result of being targeted by JKLF and Islamic insurgents during late and early The Kashmiris (Kashmiri: کٲشُر لُکھ / कॉशुर लुख) are an ethnic group native to the Kashmir Valley, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, who speak Kashmiri, an Indo-Aryan Dardic language.

The insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir or the Kashmiri Insurgency (also known as Kashmir Intifada) is a conflict between various Kashmiri separatists and the Government of India. There are some groups that support the complete independence of Kashmir, while others seek Kashmir's accession to Pakistan.

[23]Location: Jammu and Kashmir. Kasmiri Nationalism Research Paper Nationalism and Patriotism Nationalism is a funny subject. The sense of patriotism and pride invoked within oneself from the love of a nation is a truly human phenomenon. In all reality, a country is not an actual object, but a state of mind.

A country has no actual feelings and the boundaries that are. The Kashmiris (Kashmiri: کٲشُر لُکھ / कॉशुर लुख) are an ethnic group native to the Kashmir Valley, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, who speak Kashmiri, an Indo-Aryan Dardic language.

Nandita Haksar’s magnum opus traces the tortured history of Kashmiri nationalism through the lives of two men: Sampat Prakash, a Kashmiri Pandit and Communist trade union leader who became active in politics during the Cold War years, and Mohammad Afzal Guru, a Kashmiri Muslim who became active in the early days of the Kashmir .

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