Kashmiri Pandits' Association, Mumbai, India
Milchar
July - September 2001
Kashmiri Pandits' Association, Mumbai, India
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Milchar
July-Sept 2001
Table of Contents
Index
Between Ourselves
Editorial
Reflections
From the Pages of History
Koshur and our Identity
Teli Kyazi Ravihey Kahan Gaav
Book Reviews
Children's Column

Project ZAAN: Mini Quiz
Profile
The Search for Soul
ZAAN Festival
Annual Report 2000-2001
Project ZAAN: Learn Your Language


New Life Members
News
Project ZAAN: Results of Events
Winners of Project ZAAN 2001
Project ZAAN
Learn your Language
Some Peculiar Kashmiri Words & Phrases
(For key to reading Devanagari-Kashmiri and Roman-Kashmiri, refer 'Basic Reader for Kashmiri Language')

 
(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)
(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)

 
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