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    Kashmir

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    While hearing either on the news or through news flashes on the internet of the strife taking place in Kashmir, I understood the war between Pakistan and Indian to be about who was going to own the land in between. This war between the two countries goes much deeper than just real estate. Through research I have learned about the different aspects of what created such hostility between Pakistan and Indian. The dynamics of such hostilities are made up of a need for power, religious belief’s and a

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    Panjal mountain range belonged. The UN suggested the region, called Kashmir, could either become part of India or Pakistan, or become independent. Naturally, India and Pakistan were both enthusiastically interested in acquiring the region. In the last six decades, India and Pakistan have fought three wars with the intentions of resolving the Kashmir conflict. In 1948, men from Pakistan invaded Kashmir to gain control of it. Kashmir, however, enlisted the help of India to protect them from the invasion

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    Kashmir

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    KASHMIR? Geography, Kashmir is located in Himalayan range. Most of the area is mountainous with very fertile land, beautiful lakes, covered with thick green forests and produce verity of fruits. Area, 84471 sq.: miles; with boundaries with Pakistan, India, china and Afghanistan. Population, About 5 million consisting of 77% Muslim. Borders with Pakistan 902 miles and borders with India 307 miles. Brief History, The state of Kashmir came into existence in 1848 when Lord Lawrence the Governor

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    Kashmir Crisis

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    Within its ongoing sixty year period, the Kashmir crisis has become one of the most potentially reactive situations the world has seen. Preceding the British decolonization of the greater Indian area into modern-day India and Pakistan in 1947, Kashmir was an independent region, ruled by a Hindu maharaja, though its people were, and continue to be, predominately Muslim. Maharaja Hari Singh, the royal ruler, was able to select whether to comply with either newly independent nation. Hesitant to join

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    The Legend of Kashmir

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    "with its roses the brightest that earth ever gave.” Kashmir, along with the region of Jammu, Ladakh and Gilgit forms the State of Jammu and Kashmir which is spread over an area of 222236 square kilometers. The state consists of three parts: Indian controlled Kashmir (IcK), Pakistan controlled Kashmir (PcK) and China controlled Kashmir (CcK). The geography of Kashmir is divided into three land masses: the foothill plains of Jammu, the Kashmir Valley and the mountains of Ladakh. The valley has River

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    Claims to Kashmir

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    Kashmir is the land of awe-inspiring beauty. Through its incredible and breathtaking beauty, it has earned itself the name of the "Switzerland of the East". Beautiful rivers, calm lakes, tremendous gardens, peak meadows are some of the features of the remarkable landscapes of the Kashmir valley. The peaceful rivers, shiny waterfalls, attractive surrounding and the evergreen forests of Kashmir add to its beauty. Kashmir tourism is also famous for the exotic flora and fauna found in the region. Three

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    The Valley of Kashmir

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    Kashmir, a magnificent vale with towering mountains, gushing rivers, dense forests coupled with sparkling green fields perhaps has only its fate to mourn. The issue of accession of the state of Jammu & Kashmir is not merely a question of controlling a piece of land over which two countries have a quarrel but Kashmir has gone through different phases since the splitting of former Hindustan in addition to emergence of two separate states of India and Pakistan. For the students of political history

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    The War in Kashmir a Religious Conflict?

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    Kashmir is conflict territory after the partition of India and Pakistan. Conflict is not only between India and Pakistan but also India and the religious militants. Religious Militants are conducting a jihad to govern by the religious law. Historically, Kashmir included Sufis Muslim not orthodox Muslim. Numerous international events had influenced in the growth of Islamic fundamentalism in Kashmir. Jihad is not originally from Kashmir but they are foreign militancy bought during the end of the Soviet

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    The Cause of Kashmir

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    I often think why the people of Kashmir were denied their right of self determination. Why they were sold away like a commodity. Did they not possess the status of human beings? Were they not a part of the united India like other Muslims of India? When a rule of democracy and self determination was being followed by the people of every part of the country then, how it came to be unavailable for this part of India. Every one knows that the Muslims of India were not willing to live with biased Hindu

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    The Beauty and the Blood of Kashmir

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    Kashmir: Beauty And The Blood There are many beautiful places on the earth and every place is unique and has its own specialty. Some places are famous for their natural beauty and some for their architectural beauty. In addition, each person differs in choices, likings and tastes. Many people enjoy natural beauty and some are pulled towards historical and architectural beauty. There are few people who notice a different type of beauty which is cultural and traditional beauty. Kashmir is known for

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