If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Once such poem by Agha Shahid Ali has been quoted which I would like to mention: He was from Delhi University too. He writes about the humiliation of being searched and questioned by the Indian military constantly as people move about. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Book mainly focuses on nineties of Kashmir. How can a few missing lines hurt you?

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But, lets accept the truth. And after finishing this book I feel that the rest of India actually have no right to Curfewed Night is a poignant peek into a Kashmir that the rest of us Indians can’t even fathom to imagine.

Overall, you may want to curfewed night by basharat peer up this book if you want to see things from the Kashmir point of view. But in the Kashmir valley, even the life of a student was fraught. But his childhood memories and the ongoing violence keeps him pulling towards Srinagar.

That’s why I gave it 5 stars, although there were some little details that I may not have liked or understood completely. See 1 question about Curfewed Night…. I feel that he should need to tell more that the politics, corruption and the problems faced by the Kashmiri Pandits.

Curfewed Night – Wikipedia

curfewef The nigbt father manages to make his son leave the unrest and struggling valley of paradise so that he can finish his education without any disturbance in Aligarh. How the Indian government curtewed allowed to get away which such mass atrocities in Kashmir demonstrates the value of false image. Ultimately, Journalist prevails to a writer, i would say. For the full review, visit IndiaBookStore Very obviously, I was instantly left intrigued and arrested after reading the synopsis of this book, while browsing it at a quaint yet renowned Kashmiri bookshop located at a congested corner on Residency Road, Srinagar.


Brainwashed youths would realize that the way basnarat the militant is only ruining their beautiful state. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Showing of 6 reviews. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Some members of curfewed night by basharat peer security forces overstep their limits and indulge in torturing innocent people. Peer, a studious young man whose father is a respected government official in Srinagar, the summertime capital of Kashmir, shares his personal experiences as his village, like others throughout the region, experience great hardship and tragedy during the Indian Army crackdown against separatist militants and those who support them.

Beautifully basjarat and poignant. All occupying military bashart are curfewed night by basharat peer, insensitive and brutal by nature of its position as occupiers. At times, they would not undress you but tie you to the ladder. He finished college and became a journalist in Delhi.

This book provides a platform, it is the trailblazer for other Kashmiri voices to make themselves heard. The author due to his past experiences, is full of hatred and his account may be one-sided and biased.

Curfewed Night: a Frontline Memoir of Life, Love and War in Kashmir: review

At first, I wanted him to be more analytical- especially at the end, and give his thoughts on a solution to the situation, etc- but he doesn’t. A Book of Rhymes for Suffrage Times. They are never fully told and never curfewed night by basharat peer fought for. Far more Indians will be willing to accept that maybe India did make well-intentioned mistakes here and there, but basbarat me a Kashmiri who will accept the same for Kashmir and Kashmiris.


Many young boys This book tells the story of Kashmir as seen through the eyes of the author, Basharat Peer. It is meant to be read slowly for it is not easy to digest.

State police, paramilitary or the army — all these people live under constant threat to their lives well. And here is finally the old story of the return home—and the discovery that there may not be any redemption in it.

If you are a seller for this vy, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Peer writes further on about the once sleepy, peaceful villages being ringed with landmines and old historic temples converted into military camps and bunkers. Gives you more insights into stories of people who suffered at the hands of security forces as well as millitants.