June 2009, Issue#22

My Lost Home
Author : Ranjit Hoskote
My Lost Home

The photographs encode personal references: memories of the street one lived in, one’s own house; the homes of relatives and friends; the neighbourhood now inscribed over with the

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News in Pictures
Author : Raman Raina
News in Pictures

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

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Lalleshuri Her concept of the universal Lord
Author : JAWAHAR LAL BHAT
Lalleshuri Her concept of the universal Lord

Another article in Lalleshuri series. Lalleshuri is one of the greatest exponents of the Kashmir Shaivism commonly known as Trika-philosophy concerned with the three fold ...

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Jhansi Ji Rani (Hindi)
Author : Vibhasa Raina
Jhansi Ji Rani (Hindi)

Poem "Jhansi Ki Rani" by famous Hindi Poetess Subhadra Kumari Chauhan recited by Vibhasa Raina student of 7th grade of Sophia School Ajmer, India for Shehjar,

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Temple of Sharada- Udhampur
Author : Chander M. Bhat
Temple of Sharada- Udhampur

The temple of Sharada is situated at an altitude of 2000 feet in the North West of the village. Sarada is synonymous to Divine Mother. Sardapeeth or the abode of Sarada is the ...

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Strategy options for the US in NWFP
Author : K. N. Pandita
Strategy options for the US in NWFP

The US House of Representatives has approved US dollars 1.9 billion by way of aid to Pakistan for her “war on terror”. UK committed 640 million pounds (989 million US dollars) for

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Candid Reflections & Random Thoughts
Author : Radhey N Khar
Candid Reflections & Random Thoughts

A candid reflection on Kashmir Problem,Militancy, Muslim attitude and Hindu caste system.

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Tulamuli Chakha hai Maata (Kashmiri)
Author : Jaya Sibu
Tulamuli Chakha hai Maata (Kashmiri)

Aim Hrim shrim klim raaM raaginyai namah sau are the Bija Mantras of Shri Raginya Bhagawati, whose subtle abode is in the sacred Kunda, according to the Raginya pradurbhaava.

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