The three other prominent characters are ladies. But the theme is not women, their rights, issues, or anything remotely feminine. Instead, the novel talks about differences. Of East and West. Of Leftist and Rightist. Or Democracy and Monarchy. Of black and white, and everything that's left in between.
Know about life of Prophet S.A.W and His Companions in this beautiful video series.
Collection of Kashmiri Proverbs with literal meaning and translations. Updated every day
Sa'adat Hasan Manto was the celebrated Pakistani writer of Kashmiri origin. In August 1954, Manto wrote a letter to the Indian Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Manto also made mention of famous Kashmiri Persian Poet Ghani Kashmiri in this letter sent just before his death in Lahore, Pakistan.
The Kaeshir Twitter trended #KaeshirSchoolThings and we picked some of the tweets which will make you cherish your school days
What should be the deciding factor for opting civil services as a career choice? Anas Ahmad, a civil service aspirant himself, writes why more people aspire to join the elite bureaucracy club.
We at Lalchowk had the pleasure to talk with one of the noted author, columnist and educationist from Pakistan: Anam Zakaria. Her first book, Footprints of Partition, received tremendous response from all quarters. Now her second book, Between The Great Divide, is out and she shares with us the insights of the book and a bit about herself. Also check out the video for special message for the youth of Kashmir and the importance of this book.
Known for his unconventional poetry, Jaun Elia is regarded as one of the most prominent poets in the modern era. His unique style of poetry revloved around power of love and destruction. He would turn the mushairas into magical events, dazzling the crowd and throwing them into frenzy.
Lalchowk Exclusive where Prof. Shafi Shauq talks about Kashmir, Kashmiri Language, its history, Lugaat and much more.
Millions of authors have written hundreds of million books and Kashmiri authors are not behind. We share with you five books on Kashmir by the generation of authors who have been through the turbulent times of nineties. Witness to this bloody conflict these authors share some hauntingly beautiful anecdotes in their books.