Kashmiri Pandits' Association, Mumbai, India


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July-September 2002 Issue

Fusion of multi tiny specks of Pranav which pervades the Universe in the shape of OM. A drawing by Late Radha Krishen Kaul (Kotha), retired Asstt. Engineer of Bal Garden, Srinagar (Originally of Rainawari). Shri Kotha passed away in September 1994 at Delhi

Table of Contents

Koshur Music

An Introduction to Spoken Kashmiri

  Project ZAAN
Know Your Language
Peculiar Kashmiri Words & Phrases - 1

To be very close to one another.

To do something in no time ~ without waiting.

One who has sight but acts as if blind.

To collect somehow from what is available.

A present of salt, bread and money given by her parents to a bride when setting out for her husbandís house.

One who is unconnected but makes his presence felt everywhere.

A famous king of Iran ~ referred to one, who boasts of being very brave and clever.

Name of a mountain, but generally indicating the false and boastful language of a person.

An un-invited guest.

A fat man, who does not apply his mind.

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