This is one of the oldest Kashmiri song which was recorded. It was recorded in 1962
This video is a compilation of video bytes between 1930 -1974 You might also like this video which had created before this video. It was a footages available from 1919- 1985 Look for old Kashmiri Proverbs? Check here
Are you looking for some unique name for your Kashmiri daughter? Here are a few of our suggestions which are modern, trendy and of which your daughter will be proud of: Ahba Aimaa Hoorein Lailat Laraib Rehaab Imra Muntaha Batool Eshal: the name of flower
There are many facades to Kashmir which cannot be overlooked while visiting this place for sure. And of the aspect is the mystical and spiritual vibe that surrounds the whole valley and binds different religions together. To experience such soul healing experience you should visit
Kashmir Food Fusion by Tassiya Hamid ZoonDaeb by Nazrana Ashiq Tasty Bitz by Noor Syed Kashmir Ka Zaiqa by Sumera
Chochwor is usually eaten in evenings in Kashmir with namkeen tea ( nun chai). Chochwor is baked by Kashmiri traditional baker called Kandur. Video credits Noor Syed.
Stage Rouf Paper machie products Shirmal/krippe Tashnaer Kebab and Rista Wood craving products Nadermonje Cute little children wearing Kashmiri attire Teachers and students in Kashmiri attire Source here
Be the CEO You Always Wanted to Marry Author: Insha S Qazi This book provides a step to step approach to living with greater courage and helps in the foundation of self-leadership and entrepreneurship for women. Buy here Hijras of Kashmir Author: Dr. Aijaz Ahmad
Article by Sumaya Teli ‘Sumaya Teli is a British Kashmiri now living in the USA with her husband and three children. She is founder and writer at mamanushka.com ~ a popular lifestyle blog rooted in experiences of being a western global Muslim, Woman and Mother.
The Sopore town of North Kashmir is known by the epithet ‘Chota London’ since ages now. It’s said to represent the three R’s : 1. Rub (Mud/Silt/Soil) 2. Raeda (Horse Carts) 3. Ropai (Money) Rub represents the rawness and simplicity of the place. Horse carts,
Srinagar: Through A Tourist’s Eyes by Ruman Hamdani This short film is about an Italian girl’s trip to Kashmir and her stay with a Kashmiri family. Watch Srinagar: Through A Tourist’s Eyes here Firaaq by Hyder Habib This short film is a fictional story about separation. Watch Firaaq
When an unethical news channel with a sub-standard journalism starts reminding people of Kashmir who they always refer as PAK lovers ( or stone-pelters) about the ethics of medical practice then something somewhere is wrong. The goonish news channel might be trying to gain some trust on
What is Tilla embroidery? Tilla Embroidery is one of the most celebrated Kashmiri handicrafts. It is done on women garments to give a royal look. It is done with help of silver or gold threads. Tilla designs are done on lower neck, cuffs and lower
Last autumn when Paras and Sonam visited Kashmir, on last day after visiting all tourist places some locals recommended them to visit Naseem Bagh area. As they reached Naseem Bagh they felt like they were transported to some other world, world made of hues of
Ingredients: Lal Mirchi Powder 1 kg Chopped Shallot Wild Onion( Pa’raan in Kashmiri) Species mixed ( Badi illachi, aBdyaan, Cloves etc all chopped) Oil Garlic 1.5 kg It depends on u how much want to make. Preparation: First clean the garlic and dry for a
This is when Atif Aslam sang a Kashmiri song.
Article by Ain Wani, Cover Photo by Isam Wani Courage Mothers of Kashmir have seen and endured a big deal of bloodshed around them. There are thousands of women who’ve lost their children to the struggle of freedom and they’re living with it with immense
This live session took place on Gyawun Instagram @gyawuninsta on 25 July 2017 at Chashmashai, Srinagar.
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Here is a snippet of Vibha Saraf singing at Hari Parbat fort in Srinagar. The video was shot on early morning of 24 July 2017.
Ufaq Fatima, Srinagar According to a research done on the diet of Kashmiri women it has been studied that they have much better nutritional profile compared to Indian women. Figures revealed that the overall percentage of women with body mass index (BMI) below 18.5kg/m2 was 10.9% which
Who hasn’t heard about the grandeur of the Kashmiri cuisine! It is claiming a lot of international attention as well. So today at Gyawun, we’ll tell you why eating ‘Wazwan’ is an unforgettable experience! Here are 8 things that it teaches you: 1. Togetherness: People
British-Kashmiri blogger, Sumaya Teli shares how, as a newlywed, her husband surprised her with his kehwa making knowledge. Perfect for Ramadan and beyond! Find more from Sumaya at mamanushka.com The first time my husband and I hosted a dinner party for guests as a newly
Aricle by Sumaya Teli ‘Sumaya Teli is a British Kashmiri now living in the USA with her husband and three children. She is founder and writer at mamanushka.com ~ a popular lifestyle blog rooted in experiences of being a western global Muslim, Woman and Mother. Couple