Kashmir And Its Beauty Essays and Term Papers

  • Kashmir

    India-Pakistan War of 1965 The 1965 war between India and Pakistan was the second conflict between the two countries over the status of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The clash did not resolve this dispute, but it did engage the United States and the Soviet Union in ways that would have important implications for...

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    India-Pakistan On Kashmir It all started back in 1947. All regions of Pakistan and India were divided along religious lines. Because of its location, Kashmir could not choose to either join India or Pakistan. Maharaja Hari Singh, the ruler of Kashmir, was Hindu while most of the population was Muslim...

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    Study 7 1.7 Delimitations 7 1.8 Limitations 7 1.9 Organisation of the Study 8 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Problem The Kashmir territorial dispute between India and Pakistan is among the modern world’s longest running conflicts. Since 1947, the region has witnessed a recurring...

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     Buddhism To do no evil; To cultivate good; To purify one's mind: This is the teaching of the Buddha’s. What is Buddhism? Buddhism...

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    called home before the rise of the Prophet (May peace be upon him!). In ancient times Kashmir was a Hindu state. This was the land of the famous shaivaite nun, laal ded. The queen kaikeyi was believed to be from Kashmir. Then with the Islamic conquests came Islam. Some Hindus and Buddhists embraced the...

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    Mikayla Green 4.23.13 Kashmir essay 1A The issue of the dispute over Kashmir is incredibly difficult to understand, and the various parties involved all have different priorities when it comes to the issue. In the next paragraphs I will be covering India and Pakistan’s main priorities surrounding...

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    HISTORY OF KASHMIR: After centuries of Hindu and Buddhist rule, Muslim Moghul emperors took control of Kashmir in the 15th century, converted to population to Islam and incorporated it into the Moghul empire. Islamic Moghul rule should not be confused with modern forms of authoritarian Islamic regimes...

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    Kashmir conflict One of the most intractable and long standing conflicts in the world is the conflict between India and Pakistan over Kashmir. This conflict started in 1947, on the day after India and Pakistan simultaneously became independent. After a brief war in 1947-48, Kashmir was divided between...

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    Journey Begins 1864 Nachos Round tortilla chips smothered with beans and cheese, sour cream, guacamole, black olives and jalapenos $10.95 $4.75 $6.50 $9.25 $9.95 $11.95 Fremont Fries Onion Rings Your choice of straight cut, sweet potato or seasoned wedges (Zak’s fries) Big, flaky, beer battered...

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    Kashmir: Blessed yet Deprived. "Agar Firdaus Ba-Roohe Zameenast Hameenasto Hameenasto Hammenast..." (If there is heaven on earth, It is Here, it is here, it is here) The beauty of this land truly cannot be captured by photography nor expressed by poetry. One must visit Kashmir to feel the essence...

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    Advertisement Skip to Main Content Area ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form Bottom of Form * Home * School & Learning * Health & Development * Social & Emotional * Parents' Toolkit * Videos * Blogs What do kids learn in Grade...

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    India, Pakistan agree to ceasefire after recent Kashmir fighting NEW DELHI -- India and Pakistan agreed on Wednesday to ease tensions in disputed Kashmir by strictly observing a decade-old cease-fire after five soldiers were killed in recent clashes, an Indian army spokesman said. The military commanders...

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    THE LOGIC OF THE KASHMIR CONFLICT? Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION The president of United States, Bill Clinton once said that Kashmir can be considered as the most dangerous place in the world. He also added that the moot point is the line of control in the Indian subcontinent across Kashmir. He made this comment...

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    and hence inspired to write this piece on Kashmir was a conversation that I happened to read on Facebook between few of my friends. For reference I have put the conversations here to substantiate the anger that I have against the Indian state when it comes Kashmir amongst a lot of other issues and also...

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  • Kashmir Earthquake

    11.13 Kashmir Earthquake On October 8th, 2005 an Earthquake occurred in Kashmir at 8:52 am in the morning (3:52 GMT). Kashmir is a region in Asia, at the north-western boundary of India, east to Pakistan and west to China. All three states administer parts of Kashmir. The city Muzaffarabad...

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  • Jammu Kashmir

    Ladakh, India Jammu and Kashmir is home to several valleys such as the Kashmir Valley, Tawi Valley, Chenab Valley, Poonch Valley, Sindh Valley and Lidder Valley. The main Kashmir valley is 100 km (62 mi) wide and 15,520.3 km2 (5,992.4 sq mi) in area. The Himalayas divide the Kashmir valley from Ladakh while...

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  • Kashmir Issue

    The so-called Kashmir problem came into being almost with the independence of the country. Through 50 years have passed, the problem still remain unsolved. Kashmir still remains the most important source of friction between India and Pakistan. The British withdrew from India on 15th august, 1947. The...

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  • Kashmir Conflict

    Mythology (of Kashmir): According to Hindu mythology, the valley of Kashmir was formerly a lake. *The lake was drained by the saptarishi or sage, Kashyapa, son of Marichi, son of Brahma, by cutting the gap in the hills at Baramulla (Varaha-mula)* Reasons for the dispute: The problem of Kashmir remains...

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  • Kashmir Problem

    the Paksitani union or the Indian union. Kashmir was ruled by a Hindu King of the dogra dynasty, and was given a choice to join either state. While he was dithering between joining India or becoming an independent country, the Pakistani army attacked Kashmir from the west, thinking it would be a quick...

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  • Kashmir Issue

    Topic: Kashmir Issue Outline: The Kashmir dispute is there from the independence of India and Pakistan and after various confrontations during wars the problem still persists where the United Nations and other super powers have been unable to resolve. The relations between India and...

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