Riyaz Wani - April 25, 2023
The situation has considerably transformed since, and almost in every sense: regionally in terms of the growing power disparity between India and Pakistan, and in J&K too, which has since been divested of its special status and downgraded into two federally controlled units, in other words, two union territories
KO Web Desk - April 14, 2023
Actor Manav Kaul’s ‘Rooh’ is a corresponding-chronicle of a roaming pilgrim finding penance in his homeland’s mesmeric beauty and his meditative moorings for his lost times in Kashmir
Guest Author - March 7, 2023
Kidwai’s Women in Islam portrays the place, role and contribution of women in its real context and defies the misconceptions about Muslim women.
Syed Mohammad Burhan - March 4, 2023
Hakim Sameer Hamdani’s book Shi’ism in Kashmir—A History of Sunni-Shi’i Rivalry and Reconciliation was released at Kani Home, in the outskirts of the city on Saturday.
Guest Author - February 10, 2023
Both these works by Prof. Akhtar and Dr. Amin make a substantial contribution to the literature (in Urdu and English) on narrating and describing the history of the discipline of Islamic studies as a social science subject at the local, national and global levels
Guest Author - January 20, 2023
The level of education among Muslims is the poorest in the country in proportion to their population. The reason that she cites is their disdain towards secular and modern education.
Guest Author - January 4, 2023
Marketing oneself as a product with certain set of high value functionalities stems from deep rooted ego-centeredness which is caught up in an eternal thirst of validation and love from others; such a person simply wishes to be “loved”
Guest Author - December 23, 2022
Dr. Mufti Mudasir’s luminous translation brings the Kashmiri poet Mahmud Gami’s timeless poetry to a new audience, giving it a new life in English by conveying the same vibrancy of the original text while also sounding fresh.
Guest Author - December 10, 2022
The studies exploring varied dimensions of Islam, Muslims and their religious/intellectual traditions have not only fascinated the Muslim scholarship but a majority of non-Muslim Western Orientalists like Elliot and Dowson, Eaton, Arnold, Murray Titus, C. Ernst and Bruce Lawrence to count a few
KO Web Desk - December 3, 2022
Excerpts from the foreword of Maulana Muhammad Abbas Ansari’s soon-to-be-released autobiography- ‘Abbas: Journeys up the Hill’