Why Ertugrul Strikes A Big Chord In Kashmir

For young Kashmiris, however, the drama’s appeal lies partly in its use of the Islamic idiom and traditions ostensibly for… Read More

August 4, 2020

A Farewell Not Up To The Mark

‘Dil Bechara’ may well become a must-watch and fetch maximum viewership and profit due to the demise of a dynamic… Read More

July 31, 2020

‘Unknown’ Hall of Fame: A Collective of Creative Writers of Kashmir

Kashmir’s fiction guild is a parallel universe frequented by a bunch of wordsmiths lacking good publishers and wide readership. But… Read More

July 22, 2020

5 Popular Documentaries That Picture Life in Kashmir

Amid barrage of daily videos depicting various aspects of the valley, Kashmir Observer has curated a list of five documentaries… Read More

July 8, 2020

Set in Valley, Shot Elsewhere: Kashmir in Web Series

As over-the-top or OTT platform has emerged as a new source of entertainment for viewers around the world, Kashmir historically… Read More

July 7, 2020

Path to Past: 10 Books on Kashmir History for Summer Reading

In times of pandemic, here’s a list of ten history books one can pick up to revisit the past objectively… Read More

July 6, 2020

Books Transport Us to New Worlds

The more you get into the habit of reading, the more you fall in love with it and a book… Read More

June 17, 2020

Mrs Serial Killer Movie Review: An Awful Comedy Rather Than a Thriller

The plot is poorly written and one would bear it till the end only to figure out the reason behind… Read More

June 4, 2020

The Age of Illusions: How America Squandered its Cold War Victory 

In the nature of a historical narrative and interpretation of America’s foreign policy after the Second World War and then… Read More

June 1, 2020

Pain of Muslims, KPs is Braided: In Reply to Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s Letter

We admired Shikara as a love story, not as a part of history. Because it shows only the half picture.… Read More

May 30, 2020