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Definitions

  1. Jammu, the Vale of Kashmir and Ladakh have developed their own distinctive culture over the years.
  2. Jammu is the chief town of this region and the winter capital of the whole state.
  3. Jammu is one of the three regions of Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.
  4. Jammu is also well connected with rest of the India.
  5. Jammu is also mentioned in accounts of the campaigns of Timur.

Hundreds

  1. Pre-war A declassified US State Department telegram that confirms the existence of hundreds of "infiltrators" in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.

History

  1. It is, therefore, as a contribu tion to the history of India, and not as a chapter in the history of Jammu and Kashmir, that this work is offered.

Friend

  1. While in prison, Sheikh Abdullah wrote a letter to a friend in Jammu (which is published in the Congress press) in favour of accession of Kashmir to India.

Summer

  1. The Dogra kings who originally ruled only from Jammu, also began to operate in summer from Srinagar, the metropolis of Kashmir.

Home

  1. Jammu and Kashmir is home to several Himalayan glaciers.

Railhead

  1. Superfast trains connect the southern most railhead of India with northern cities like Jammu and Delhi.

Land Link

  1. The state of Jammu and Kashmir had a land link with these parts, which according to some, might have influenced the taking over of Kashmir by India.

Troubled State

  1. In the troubled state of Jammu and Kashmir, the articulate Omar Abdullah belongs to the third generation of Kashmiri politicians.

Kashmir Police

  1. Jammu and Kashmir police knew that he was required to take prescription drugs every day.

Indian Administration

  1. It is under Indian administration and is part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

Akhnoor

  1. A treat for those interested in history is the town of Akhnoor, 32 km southwest of Jammu.

Newly Independent Indian Union

  1. His reign saw the accession of Jammu & Kashmir to the newly independent Indian Union in 1947.

Pakistani Control

  1. However,India lost one third of Jammu and Kashmir to Pakistani forces in the war which is to date under Pakistani control.

Rajouri

  1. While Jammu, Samba, Rajouri and Udhampur have already been under curfew, Bhaderwah, 200 km north of here, was placed under curfew after communal clashes.

Pir Panjal Range

  1. Jammu and Azad Kashmir lie outside Pir Panjal range, and are under Indian and Pakistani control respectively.

Raja Gulab Singh

  1. Kashmir passed into the hands of Raja Gulab Singh of Jammu, a feudatory of Lahore kingdom in 1846.

Ladakh District

  1. Ladakh district was a district of the Jammu and Kashmir state of India until 1 July 1979 when it was divided into Leh district and Kargil district.

Maharaja Gulab Singh

  1. Thus a new State comprising three distinct religions of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh was formed with Maharaja Gulab Singh as its founder ruler.

Gulmarg

  1. Gulmarg a prime location in the state of Jammu & Kashmir is about 52 Kms.
  2. Located 50 kms away from Srinagar, Gulmarg is an enticing hill station of Jammu and Kashmir.

Pakistani Kashmir

  1. In mid- 1999 insurgents and Pakistani soldiers from Pakistani Kashmir infiltrated into Jammu and Kashmir.

Azad Jammu

  1. Marchers from all districts of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) were to converge on the capital Muzaffarabad for a joint demonstration.

Jammu Region

  1. Most of the tourists who come to the Jammu region have the Mata Vaishno Devi shrine as their destination, which is quite close by.

January

  1. On January 1, 1948 India took up the issue of Pak aggression in Jammu and Kashmir to UNO under Article 35 of its Charter.

Period

  1. Throughout the period covered by this report, Jammu and Kashmir continued to be a focus of violence.

Relatively

  1. Due to relatively better infrastructure, Jammu has emerged as the main economic center of the state.

Own

  1. On realizing the potentials of Jammu & Kashmir, Ranjit Singh decided to own this outsatnding valley.
  2. He took refuge in the Jammu hills where he married a second time and found a settlement of his own, now called dera Baba Banda Singh.

Children

  1. These children are presently on a tour to Delhi, Agra, Mumbai, Goa, Pune and Jammu.

Education

  1. Jammu and Kashmir follows 10+2 pattern for education of children.

University

  1. Education In 1970, the State Government of Jammu and Kashmir established its own education board and university.

Largest

  1. Jammu and Kashmir had a predominantly Muslim population but a Hindu ruler, and was the largest of these autonomous states and bordered both modern countries.

Countries

  1. The countries have fought three wars since independence from Britain in 1947, mostly over the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir.

Founder

  1. The first and the foremost part or region is "Dugar" better known as Jammu, the homeland of the founder of the State, as also of the Dogra people.
  2. Maharaja Gulab Singh is thus credited as the founder of Jammu and Kashmir.

Article

  1. This article covers the history of Jammu and Kashmir from earliest recorded times to the present day.

Valley

  1. Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir government will frame a policy to rehabilitate stone pelters in the valley.

Claim

  1. But both India and Pakistan wanted to claim the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
  2. Both sides continue to claim all of Jammu and Kashmir.

Year

  1. Set up in 1949, UNMOGIP was deployed in January of that year to supervise the ceasefire agreed between India and Pakistan in the State of Jammu and Kashmir.
  2. The reference to Article 370 of the constitution at this juncture is significant as Jammu and Kashmir goes to polls this year.
  3. While the Kashmir Valley is famous for its beautiful mountainous landscape, Jammu attracts tens of thousands of Hindu and Muslim pilgrims every year.

Whole

  1. It extends to the whole of India except for the state of Jammu and Kashmir and Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
  2. Though, the whole of Jammu & Kashmir, India is pleasant, few of the places are truly a haven for the tourists to Jammu & Kashmir, India.
  3. Neither country any longer claims the whole of Jammu and Kashmir.

World

  1. Reach few of the highest points of the world in Kashmir, India and be the most privileged to have seen this glittering crown of India - Jammu & Kashmir.

United Nations

  1. The People of Jammu and Kashmir were promised a plebiscite that was endorsed by the United Nations.

Population

  1. According to 2001 Census of India,[26] the total population of the Indian-administered state of Jammu and Kashmir was 10,143,700.

Tibet

  1. The bharal or Himalayan blue sheep is a caprid found in the high Himalayas of Nepal, Tibet, China, and Jammu and Kashmir.
  2. In fact, Ahluwalia laid the foundation of self-rule and changed the map of the then Punjab from Khyber Pass to Jammu and Sindh to Tibet.

Spoken

  1. Punjabi is spoken in both Eastern and Western Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, the mountainous areas of Pakistan and India.

Instrument

  1. India claims the entire erstwhile princely state of Jammu and Kashmir based on an instrument of accession signed in 1947.

Army

  1. Although warned by the Army that Pakistani insurgents had penetrated very close to the city, she refused to relocate to Jammu or Delhi.

Sikhs

  1. Jammu had been ruled by Ranjit Deo until 1780 when the Sikhs made it tributary to the Lahore Court.

Miles

  1. The revenue from Minsar which lies hundreds of miles inside Tibet was being received by the Jammu and Kashmir Government regularly till 1948.

Categories

  1. Science > Geography > Regions > Kashmir
  2. Ladakh
  3. Shimla Tour > India
  4. Places > World > Countries > Pakistan
  5. Age > People > Sikhs > Ranjit Singh

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