Kashmiri Pandits' Association, Mumbai, India


Lalla-Ded Educational and Welfare Trust

  Kashmiri Pandits' Association, Mumbai, India

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October-November 2003 issue

Kashmir's Silk Embroidery with floral patterns

Table of Contents

Koshur Music

An Introduction to Spoken Kashmiri



     I have received a copy of Milchar today. The material printed in Kashmiri using Arnimal looks good. I would like to congratulate the Editor, Milchar for being ahead of Koshur Samachar and Khir Bhawani Times in printing the Kashmiri materials in the modified Kashmiri script. Unfortunately, these journals have not yet switched over to the new script for some administrative problems.

 Omkar N.Koul, Delhi

     At times, I was frustrated to lose the touch to our values and community. But today surprisingly, I found this website (www.milchar.com) which brought life to a dead. I have somewhat regained and polished my cultural ethics and believe me, I have been on this site for the past 4 hours now. I don't wish to exit but I have to because of my professional commitments.  

Ramesh Raina, India 

   Great to have a site (www.milchar.com) like this. Do Mumbai KPs visit this site? No entry in the Guestbook from them till now. Come on Mumbai !!!

Uteesh Dhar, Oman

 I wish I had words to express myself on the Project ZAAN that you have been nurturing for last some years with thought and action and rare dedication. The stalwarts of Kashmiri Pandit Association Mumbai and Lal-Ded Educational and Welfare Trust deserve all praise and aplomb for having developed this Project originally for Mumbai Baradari and now for exploring its useful application further beyond in far off places of our country and in overseas diaspora of our uprooted Kashmiri Pandit community. Allow me to congratulate you and all the stalwarts of our community in Mumbai who have been associated with this remarkable creative effort. I express my gratitude to you all for having started on this great thought which by itself is a revolutionary movement. ZAAN is our PAHCHAN; our identity, information and something more which cannot be described in words. One of the prime objectives of living organisms is to preserve the identity and so it does not require to be emphasized how important it is for our community members to preserve our ZAAN not only in Mumbai but also throughout the diaspora of our exile. As such, cooperation to this movement has to be spontaneous and whole hearted and this assumes mine also.

Dr. B.K.Moza, Kolkata




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