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Archer, W G. Indian Paintings from the Punjab Hills. Vol I and II. Delhi:…
The region of Jammu has a rich historical legacy of temples. With Vaishnavism and Shaivism considered as major religious traditions in the region, these temples play a major role in the social setup of the area, so much so that the city of Jammu is synonymous with the presence of…
Bijaarni lagaan chho naage to melo
Agari chalaan chho nagarkotiyaa to chelo
Peli hak teni maari
Pata maraan chhe saare baari baari
Tsaur badze chali joti puzi draman
Teth zalaanche jotiye to laman
Phiri lagaan chhe dale phero
Teth ma buto verinaage to dero
Tela chele chale puze tsakre
Baiyaa suniyaarwaa ikko jatt de
Saade kaanhe jiyan de kapde kanhaiyaa ji de kapde
Har saal dhoide jhat o pat dhoide
Jaana Indarpure laggaa na jure
Baiya suniyaarwaa ikko jatt de
Saade kaanhe jiyan de kaanganaa kanhaiya ji de kangaanaa
Har sal dhoide jhat o pat rangide
Jaanaa Indarpure laaggaa na…
Parshati Dutta: What are some significant cultural routes in India that you are familiar with? And where does the Mughal Road of Kashmir feature in your list of routes?
William Dalrymple: It is in a sense historians who make roads famous. The Silk Road was invented really by the German…
Today, Sarai Chingus is synonymous with the cultural heritage of the Mughal Imperial Road and among the monuments most frequented by visitors on this route. Of the many factors that attribute to the popularity of this sarai (a roadside inn for travellers to rest at, at the end of a…