[ US /ˈkæʃmiɹ, ˈkæʃmɪɹ/ ]
[ UK /kˈæʃmiə/ ]
[ UK /kˈæʃmiə/ ]
- an area in southwestern Asia whose sovereignty is disputed between Pakistan and India
How To Use Kashmir In A Sentence
- Since Kashmir was (and is) a Muslim majority territory, Pakistan felt justified in seeing Pushtun warlords charge in from the north-west of Pakistan, late in 1947, to seize control of Kashmir.
- The disclosures last night provoked renewed condemnation of Britain's multibillion-pound arms industry for selling to both sides in the escalating Kashmir crisis.
- When turnout in an election for the state government in 2008 reached an unprecedented 60%, many Indians misread this as belated Kashmiri acquiescence in Indian rule.
- Kashmir's contribution to the Indian thought has been of immense artistic, esoteric and aesthetic value.
- Kashmir was also a good centre for overland trade with Central Asia.
- Some militants favour independence for Kashmir or union with Pakistan.
- Tara chand was speaking on the occasion of International economic summit held on sdaturday in New Delhi where some prominent displaced Kashmiri Pandit CEOs and top policy makers of J&K state got together to draw the road map for what they described as revival of economy in the strife torn J&K state. Kashmiri origin CEOs,(KPCC) holds International Economic Summit in New Delhi
- One of the advantages of using furniture made of walnut wood from Kashmir was that it is hardwearing and durable.
- More important, there is one way in which premodern Kashmir was Edenic, at least in the common view of the place in the period before and just after partition.
- Perhaps that blue-winged Kashmirian butterfly of book-learning, Lady ****, will be there. Life of Lord Byron, Vol. 2 (of 6) With His Letters and Journals