Kashmir, People, and the Valley

July 15, 2017 By 0 comment
Kashmir Paradise On Earth

Kashmir, People, and the Valley

It has dependably been known as “Jannat”, or paradise. The valley as Kashmir is normally known summons paradisiacal pictures. Wherever you look, the scene is picture postcard culminate. In the lap of such plentiful characteristic beauty, The Kashmir Valley has a 700-year-old convention of Sufism. The Kashmir Valley is known as the ‘Pir Waer’, which means the ‘Nook of Sufis and Saints. Sufism was acquainted with Kashmir all the while with the establishment of Muslim rule. Kashmiris take pride in possessing a social space between Sufi Islam and Vedic HinduismPandits and Muslims of Kashmir regard the Shaivite mystic Lala Ded, who symbolizes Kashmir’s syncretic culture and both Kashmiri Muslims and Kashmiri Hindus also hold the hallowed place of Dastgeer Sahib in high regard. Individuals in Kashmir pay normal visits to the places of worship of Sufi saints for genuine feelings of serenity. It has additionally been a centuries-old custom in Kashmir for Sufi pupils to present exceptional ‘Wazaif’. The Kashmir Valley, otherwise called the Vale of Kashmir, is a valley managed by India. The valley is limited on the southwest by the Pir Panjal Range and on the upper east by the main Himalayan run. It is around 135 km long and 32 km wide and is depleted by the Jhelum waterway. The Kashmir division borders Jammu Division to the south and Ladakh to the east while Line of Control forms its northern and the western fringe. The division includes the going with locales: Anantnag, Baramulla, Budgam, Bandipore, Ganderbal, Kupwara, Kulgam, Pulwama, Shopian, and Srinagar

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