August 2009, Issue#24

The World is a Stage
Author : Arun Koul
The World is a Stage

We at Shehjar want to use those words in another context from how they were used in the play. Our observation is that the displaced and dispersed Kashmiri Hindus are presently ...

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Priya Raina
Author : Arun Koul
Priya Raina

Indian audiences the world over were recently witness to a special event, a Kashmiri girl from small city Jammu winning raves for her performance on the India’s Got Talent show. ...

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Unchained Melody: IndianOcean
Author : Bhumika Raina
Unchained Melody: IndianOcean

“Indian Ocean” rose to eminence with their notable song “Kandisa”, an Aramaic prayer from their third album “Kandisa”, released on March 2000, which transformed them into India’s ...

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Kashmiri Comedy Skit Ammaji Part1
Author : Deepak Ganju
 Kashmiri Comedy Skit Ammaji Part1

Comedy Skit in Kashmiri performed at KP National Camp, Lake Tahoe, CA (July4th, 2009)

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A place to die
Author : Dr. K L Chowdhury
A place to die

Cancer is a horrific disease; terminal cancer is death waiting in the shadows. Waiting, yet in no hurry to pounce on its victim and gobble it up. It goes about its work leisurely

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Lalleshuri ---- On the significance of her Guru
Author : Jawahar Lal Bhat
Lalleshuri ---- On the significance of her Guru

Lalleshuri was a blessed soul that had taken the human form in the mid-fourteenth century Kashmir with a mission ---- to serve as a guide in the divine path for numerous misled ...

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News in Pictures
Author : Raman Raina
News in Pictures

Exclusive news in pictures are for the month of June, 2009 by Shehjars Photo Journalist.

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Horoscopes August 2009
Author : Acharya Surinder Gautama
Horoscopes August 2009

Read what the month of August has in store for you!

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Raja Chandra
Author : P.N. Ganjoo
Raja Chandra

The story of Raja Chandra may sound bizarre and gruesome among folklore but it is steeped in deep moral and ethical overtones. That is why Bhattas love the lore of Raja Chandra ...

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