Languages of Belonging: Islam, Regional Identity, and the Making of Kashmir
Despite Kashmirs centrality to the political life of India and Pakistan, the published literature on it tends to insist ahistorically on the existence of a unique Kashmiri cultural identity, known as Kashmiriyat. This book questions the notion of any such transcendent cultural uniqueness by returning Kashmir to the mainstream of South Asian historiography.
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