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The Rhapsody of Kashmir

The Rhapsody of Kashmir – Maharaj Kaul

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The Rhapsody of Kashmir

The Rhapsody of Kashmir – website In   The Rhapsody of Kashmir, his fifth collection of poetry, Kashmiri American poet, Maharaj Kaul, describes Kashmir, the land of his ancestors, after the civil war of 1989. He saw the wanton destruction … Continue reading

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A Remnant Of Time

Back Cover Message: In the fourth compilation of poetry, Kashmiri-American poet, Maharaj Kaul, further explores the elements that make the inner life of a human being. The theme of the book, continued from his earlier works, The Light Through The … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Pain

In the varied concatenation of life’s experiences lies its essence-a journey full of joy and pain. Man comes with pristine qualities of truthfulness, simplicity, and the wonder of nature. In his birth lies his religion. It is his passage through … Continue reading

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Agony of Dal Lake

A Long Enduring Heartbreak Introduction To The Book Kashmir has been in my mind ever since I gained a consciousness to connect my observations with some sort of a thinking process. Obviously, it was due to my having been born … Continue reading

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The Light Through The Woods

Dreams Of Survival Of Human Soul In The Age Of Technology Hardcover Back Cover Excerpts From The Book: “I want to feel the unsmooth, soft earth below my feet, See the uncluttered horizon in full width, Be an element of … Continue reading

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Inclinations And Reality: The Search For The Absolute

Maharaj Kaul was born in Srinagar, Kashmir, where he spent his childhood and boyhood. He studied at State High School and Amar Singh College. He went to Banaras Hindu University to pursue a career in electrical engineering. Later he joined … Continue reading

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Life With Father

Preface: My father was inclined to be a peaceful man, inclined to be happy. Had it not been for some special experiences he had in life, he would have been almost a happy man. He did not think much of … Continue reading

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Destruction And Injustice

The Tribulations Of Kashmiri Pandits Introduction To The Book Maharaj Kaul, Editor When a person or a community hits the headlines for a while a wave of curiosity to find out more about it is generated. People want to know … Continue reading

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Meditation On Time

Preface: Though the poems presented here did not take more than six months to write, they have been with me, in a way, all my life. In a lonely childhood, filled with longing, fantasy, and wonder, I picked up the … Continue reading

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