Kashmir has used its art to express its plight to the world and sing a lullaby to itself. The world has described art in millions of ways but what remained the same ever since the romanticism era is, Art comes from immense pain and suffering. The intensity and magnitude of pain cannot be measured in […]
If there is anyone who can turn an excruciating pain into a beautiful yet wrenching thing then it has to be an artist. It takes immense dedication and commitment to carve a beauty especially from a place which has been nothing but dominated with distressing events. Masood Hussain View this post on Instagram A post […]
Year 2022 is kicking off a spell of fresh Bollywood flicks on Kashmir living up to their ‘scripted’ hype. But in a bid to be in the limelight, many say, the filmmakers are only making clown of themselves by showing the distorted picture.
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While filing the story, I came across a Kashmiri sentence, Dil Chu Aamut Phatnas which means, “My heart is tearing apart in suffocation”. Nothing else has ever managed to pierce through my heart as unforgivingly as this phrase.
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Amid barrage of daily videos depicting various aspects of the valley, Kashmir Observer has curated a list of five documentaries for you to understand different hues of life in the region
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