Kashmir Narratives: Myths vs Facts of Jammu and Kashmir

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  • Author:- SM Col Ajay K Raina
  • Publisher:- Sabre & Quill Publishers
  • Language:- English
  • Publication date:- 1 January 2021
  • Dimensions:- 22 x 14 x 0.9 cm
  • Item Weight :- ‎ 300 g
  • Country of Origin:- ‎ India
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Tags: book, Kashmir Narratives, myths vs facts, Jammu and Kashmir, history, culture, socio-political

From “Kashmir is J&K” to “Maqbool Sherwani single-handedly saved Kashmir,” “Dogras committed atrocities on Kashmiris,” “The Instrument of Accession was never signed” to “Kashmiris are different and deserve a special treatment,” a number of narratives—both false and make-believe—have been occupying the centre-stage of political and academic discourses about J&K for many decades. This work intends to take a deliberate look at some of the narratives that are related to the most vital period of our history and continue to influence the hearts and minds of people of J&K as also many an observer watching from far even today. This book may help those who have been swallowed by certain narratives floating around in our premier educational institutes across the country to find the proverbial straw that can help them come out of the abyss. It is hoped that the readers who make an effort to go through the book will have reasons to change their minds about the issues contained herein; the change, if at all, however, is expected to be purely on the merit of the argument being presented in this book.

About the Author

Colonel Ajay K Raina, SM, is an Indian Army veteran and a military historian. He has authored 25 books, including a five-book series on the 1947-48 Conflict in Jammu & Kashmir. He is the founding Trustee of the Military History Research Foundation ®, which aims to enable military historians and authors to take their well-researched works to the public. The author can be contacted at ajaykrraina@gmail.com


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