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This is one of the oldest Kashmiri song which was recorded. It was recorded in 1962
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.
Here is a compilation of prewedding shoots that took place in Kashmir in early part of 2019. The credit for this video goes to Weddings by Knottydays, Ombre by Harsheen Jammu, Light Lock Productions, Satellite Video, Tabridals, Mastervisualstudio, RK Wedding Photography, Harry Fashion Foto and
Watch this report by Nadiya Shafi about a budding art and craft artist Najma Qari from Kashmir You an get in touch with her here on FB or here on instagram
This is when Atif Aslam sang a Kashmiri song.
Firdaus X He’s a Pirate. Kashmiri fusion. Music credits : Concept : Sufiyan Malik Recorded,Mixed,Mastered by Hujat Kirmani Music Composed (Firdaus) : Sufiyan Malik Piano and electric guitar : Hujat Kirmani Nout/Matka : Zakir Bakshi Rabab : Sufiyan Malik Classical Guitar : Manan Khan Video
This live session took place on Gyawun Instagram @gyawuninsta on 25 July 2017 at Chashmashai, Srinagar.
Sahibo Cover Rauhan Malik and Hujat Kirmani
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.
We had made this video for our facebook page, you can watch the Facebook video
‘Tamanna’ is a song based on the poetry of three legendary poets ‘Mehjoor’, ‘Mirza Ghalib’ and ‘Ameeri Khusrow’. This song defines some of the stages of ‘Sufis’ where they try to come out of this world and stop desiring for the materialistic world. The only
Name of couple Wawa Zainal and Aeril Zafril, Video credit by CST PRODUCTION SDN BHD
Rah Bakshtam is a poem by Kashmir poetess Habba Khatoon (1554–1609) Lyrics Rah Bakshtam Ser Parvardaigaro May the Benevolent God forgive give all my sins Tsche kyoho waatiyo myani marnai What will you gain with my death. Separ Treh mar parma ki ano, pher na
Credit: Raqeeb Gulzar, Ahrar Qadri, Maizum Shah, Sameer Saran, Tahir Syed, Ali Hussain Meer, Sajjad Sofi Edited by Manan from Gyawun Cover photo by Majid Jeelani
Lyrics of Bedard Daadi Chaane can be found here
Tanveer Ali is from HMT Srinagar.
Gyawun presents in association with Penn Museum, a snippet of how Kashmir was in 1955. Video shows kinds of handicrafts made and social culture of Kashmiri people during that period.
Kashmir Diaries by Isam Wani
Read more about Anjum Khan here Music credit Ravimech Studios, Video by Gyawun