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Re: Kashmiri

Postby Meera » 2016-06-13, 18:54

vijayjohn wrote:Oh, no problem, and I'm glad you like the songs and the lyrics in Devanagari script! But if you just want to see the lyrics without all the boxes, I pretty much just got them from here. (That page has the full poems, whereas these songs just include part of the lyrics from each poem, like in ghazals and such). :)


Thank you so much! Yeah it is fun to read different languages in Devanagari especially Kashmiri!
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Re: Kashmiri

Postby cjibhstcszjb » 2016-07-21, 17:38

Anyone here speak Kashmiri fluently?

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Re: Kashmiri

Postby vijayjohn » 2016-07-21, 17:52

Pretty sure the answer is "no."

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Re: Kashmiri

Postby vijayjohn » 2017-01-23, 6:51

These are two bhajans in Kashmiri written by the 19th-century Kashmiri Pandit poet Swami Krishna Joo Razdan. The first one is called "Aav Hai Nandlal" and sung by Ravi Bhan:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ATi3eIHFQg

And the second is "Murli Shabda Gov Asi" and sung by Deepali Wattal:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLQ7AO2uZ2w

You can find more information on Krishna Joo Razdan here and the lyrics to both bhajans in Devanagari script here. "Murli Shabda Gov Asi" is bhajan number 86 on pages 98-99 of that document, and "Aav Hai Nandlal" is the very next one below that.

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Re: Kashmiri

Postby Meera » 2017-04-30, 18:48

http://radiosharda.com/

Radio in a mixture of Hindi, Kashmiri and other languages of that region.
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Re: Kashmiri

Postby vijayjohn » 2018-01-05, 6:51

"Beltai Madal" by Tibet Baqaal (modified version of bhajan #14, p. 16 of the PDF I linked to in the previous post):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FiNM6VJXR-Y

"Mukhta Kani Tarakh Chis" by Ravi Bhan (modified version of #106, p. 119):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BefCVQSAFAc

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Re: Kashmiri

Postby Antea » 2019-08-16, 12:57

Could somebody recommend a good book or some resources to start learning Kashmiri? Thanks!

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Re: Kashmiri

Postby vijayjohn » 2019-08-16, 17:07

See the first link in this thread :)
Bijlee wrote:Is there no topic for Kashmiri yet? Shame!
I've been lusting for it for a while. I found some pdfs and what not for it, so maybe I'll do some dabbling.

Here are a couple resources:
http://www.koshur.org/courses.html (This website is very helpful)

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Re: Kashmiri

Postby księżycowy » 2019-08-16, 18:36

I concer with Vijay. Koshur.org is a great resource.

There is also the CIIL Intensive course, but I don't know if audio exists for it.

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Re: Kashmiri

Postby Antea » 2019-08-16, 19:55

Thanks! I will check :yep:


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