Dr Khurshid Guru and his wife Dr Lubna Guru are in the process of buying a 97-year-old vacant, historic stone church at 650 Park Place in Niagara Falls, and convert the same into their new museum, which they believe will serve as the Centre for Kashmir culture and studies.
Post-2010 Kashmir saw many youngsters making guitars fashionable to sing tunes as tribute to their homeland. Today, many of them have come of age while striking the musical notes with their niche audience
Kashmir Valley’s rich literacy landscape has over the years witnessed the emergence of a new breed of bards — who use poetry as a matter of faith and a creative expression to capture the prevailing times plagued with protracted problems and pathos
Some of the finest contemporary Kashmiri writers in English language have passionately used the medium of writing to inspire and bring forth the untold, unheard stories of their homeland. While their writings have been widely recognised and acclaimed, they’re finding a new and improved readership during pandemic lockdown in the valley
21st of Ramazan is the martyrdom anniversary of Ali Ibn Abi Talib, the first Imam and fourth Caliph of Muslims
As many people have resorted to reading during the present pandemic-induced indoor routine, here’s the list of five authors one should read to understand the Kashmir’s celebrated penmanship
During the time of the pandemic, musicians have come together from across the globe and composed great and soothing music in different languages. Kashmir Observer has curated a list of five songs—bringing out the positivity amidst the current crisis situation
I am nostalgic about the blossoms that would be blooming in the meadows, and gardens of Kashmir, the hues cast by spring on the proud and majestic mountains, and snow clad peaks of MY Kashmir, the mountains that inspire awe and make me feel small against their backdrop
If anything, in this critical time of pandemics this write-up will keep you from venturing outside, risking your lives and might compose you as Kashmiri proverb goes, ‘Asav nai, ti lasav kitha’
Artist Masood Hussain extends his digital repertoire with the release of his mixed media piece that makes a comment on the handling of the Coronavirus crisis in Kashmir.