The word “Kashmir” comes from Sanskrit and not Persian. Kashmira is the name of Goddess Durga

Source: - True Indology / Twitter. https://twitter.com/TrueIndology/status/1067762785105440768 https://twitter.com/TrueIndology/status/1067764128952082432 https://twitter.com/TrueIndology/status/1067766373533798402 Featured Image credit -> https://www.slideshare.net/mohitmahajan0771/kashmir-jammu-kashmir-jk

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Does Saudi-funded Muslim Radicalization Threaten India? [Excerpts]

To read full article:- www.haaretz.com In India's hinterlands, a new and worrying phenomenon is brewing. Sleepy, laid-back cities are the focus of violent clashes between moderate and radical Muslim groups. ISIS recruiters have been caught in cities like Jaipur and Ajmer, and several youngsters from relatively prosperous states like Kerala, Karnataka and metro

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How Hindu Kashmir Turned to Muslim Majority? (‘The Valley of Kashmir’ by Walter Lawrence)

Source:- 'The Valley of Kashmir' written by Walter Lawrence. "Sultan Sikandar came to the throne, and soon earned the nickname of Butshikan or Iconoclast, from the intense zeal he showed in destroying the grand old temples which the Hindu Rajas had bequeathed to Kashmir. Sikandar was brave and cultured, but all

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Legacy Of Kashmir, The Forgotten Land Of Beauty And Knowledge — Part II

Source: - Subhash Kak / Swarajya Magazine. SNAPSHOT This is the second part in a four-part series about the important contributions of Kashmir to Indian culture. It describes at length the significant influence of a profound book from Kashmir, Yoga Vasishtha, over Indian philosophical and scientific thought. Another book from Kashmir which has

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