KO Web Desk - August 9, 2020
Poetry, written in any language, has a kind of healing energy. To be able to creatively express unquantifiable and complex human emotions is a rare talent and Urdu poets like Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib, have done complete justice to it
Rakshanda Afrin - June 3, 2020
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
Rakshanda Afrin - May 14, 2020
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
Observer News Service - April 22, 2020
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
Guest Author - May 18, 2019
Kashmiri elegy natively known as Marsya is a well known historical genre in Kashmir’s literary culture sustaining grief from centuries old authentic traditions relating to Battle of Karbala.
Guest Author - November 5, 2013
“If our youngsters cannot understand the words of these memorable poets because they don’t know Urdu, why not bring the words to them in the language that they do understand?