We have collected the best Kashmir Quotes by famous authors including Uddhav Thackeray, Shahid Afridi, Pranab Mukherjee, Mehbooba Mufti, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
Vallabhbhai Patel was known as the Iron Man of India, and it is said that if he was the Prime Minister then the issue of Kashmir wouldn’t have come about. And if Savarkar was the Prime Minister, Pakistan wouldn’t have come into existence.
Kashmir belongs to the Kashmiris. Not to Indians. Not to Pakistanis.
Let Jammu and Kashmir lead the way in the building of a new future for India. Let it set an example to the rest of India and the world by showing how the entire region can be transformed into a zone of peace, stability and prosperity.
The issue of Kashmir is both political and emotional in nature. Any pragmatic and lasting solution needs India and Pakistan sitting together on a table and discussing a solution that addresses the aspirations of Kashmiris and does not compromise the territorial integrity of either India or Pakistan.
I don’t think that the fundamental issue between India and Pakistan is Kashmir, OK.
Kashmir aligned with India under certain conditions. Article 35A is part and parcel of this relationship.
Jammu and Kashmir has a scenic beauty and I feel that the film industry rather than going abroad in countries like Switzerland and Australia, should visit Kashmir – which is the only Heaven on Earth for the shoots.
A leader is not born out of the blue. You have to know the pulse of the people from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and from Gujarat to Guwahati. You have to relate yourself with them, and only then does one become a leader.
I don’t know myself why directors are offering me negative roles, although I did ‘Yaddein’ after ‘Mission Kashmir’ in which I played a very positive character, but people don’t remember that.
It is time to end the western policy of malign neglect. It is in the interest of the whole world to help tackle the actual grievances in Palestine, Kashmir, and in central and southern Iraq, and to help the region out of its economic backwardness.
I totally hate when somebody takes a classic and desecrates it. I like Jimmy Page and P. Diddy, but what they did to ‘Kashmir’ was a debacle.
My dad was a Punjabi from Amritsar, and my mom is a Punjabi from Kashmir. My dad was a soldier in the Indian Army.
Most Pakistani politics is conducted within a narrow spectrum. Politicians spend much time debating the best ways to fight India, or take Kashmir, or dominate Afghanistan, or punish the United States for its real and imagined sins.
I was in Kashmir last weekend. Went to visit one of my sweaters.
Citizens of India, Pakistan, and Kashmir need to come together and make music.
I respect the Indian government for the fact that there are no settlements in Kashmir.
But I must confess that Kashmir is one place that made me reach out for the camera. Such is the setting that no matter in which direction one looks, you get a gorgeous frame.
The Kashmir Files’ is based on the mass exodus of Kashmiri pandits from the valley in 1989-90 due to militancy.
When a certain swathe of India’s population considers the country’s ancient past, it doesn’t see a country fragmented into kingdoms, savaged by caste divisions, and mired in poverty; rather, what’s envisioned is a vast, unified Hindu empire stretching from Kashmir to the Indian tip at Kanyakumari.
Nagpur to Kanyakumari and Kashmir, future Olympic medallists can come from anywhere. It is the passion that drives you, not the city, provided you get enough facilities.
P. V. Sindhu
The government of India and the government of Jammu and Kashmir are determined to ensure that every Kashmiri lives with dignity having equal rights and equal opportunities.
The people of Kashmir are our people, and we will do everything to ensure they are a part of the process of making India an economic superpower.
During my time in Pakistan, I was asked to lead an expedition to Azad Kashmir following a devastating earthquake in 2005 that claimed the lives of 80,000 people.
The Aam Aadmi party is of the view that Kashmir is an integral part of India. Needless to say that I share this view.
The traveller who aspires to reach the highlands of Tibet from Kashmir cannot be borne along in a carriage or hill-cart. For much of the way, he is limited to a foot pace, and if he has regard to his horse, he walks down all rugged and steep descents, which are many, and dismounts at most bridges.
I’ve never seen anywhere in the world as beautiful as Kashmir. It has something to do with the fact that the valley is very small and the mountains are very big, so you have this miniature countryside surrounded by the Himalayas, and it’s just spectacular. And it’s true, the people are very beautiful too.
Kashmir is ours, Kashmiris are ours, and Kashmiriyat is also ours.
I said that there is considerable alienation among the people of Kashmir which is primarily because of the human rights excesses by the security forces in Kashmir and the impunity from prosecution given to them by the Armed Forces Special Powers Act.
If my father was shooting in Kashmir or down south in the jungles during our vacations, we would go. But it wasn’t a regular thing; we did it only in the vacations.
In India, there are lots of places that I love, but my favourite is Kashmir.
I feel proud when a player from Jammu and Kashmir plays for India. This shows cricket has reached all corners of the country.
I’m not an expert on India-Pakistan relations, but, Pakistan is big enough without Kashmir and India too is big enough without Kashmir.
My Government is committed to the equitable development of Jammu, Ladakh and Kashmir.
Ram Nath Kovind
I am from Jammu and Kashmir.
Jammu is part of the state but the people of Jammu do not face the same kind of difficulties that we face in Kashmir.
It is the Jammu and Kashmir government, which has to take an initiative of inviting actors and the film industry to the state.
I still vividly remember when I was working in ‘Kashmir Ki Kali,’ I had no idea about lip-syncing the song ‘Diwana Hua Badal’ sung by Asha Bhosle and the scene was to be shot in the Dal Lake in Kashmir.
All these people who scream about Kashmir being an armed camp are in fact responsible for keeping it that way.
As far as Government of India is concerned, I want to make it clear that we don’t just want need-based ties but to build an emotional relationship with Kashmir.
Kashmiri people are fighting the war for freedom. And India cannot stop this freedom movement through atrocities, as Kashmir dispute is a problem of humanity, human rights, and freedom.
But I would say my favorite Zeppelin song to play is ‘Kashmir.’ I have a great time playing that one.
My dad was in the Indian Army. He died in a terrorist attack in Kashmir in 1994. After that, my mum and I settled in Noida. I went to Delhi Public School in Noida and then to Shri Ram College of Commerce in Delhi University. It was in college that I realised I wanted to be on the stage and in front of the camera.
Those who call Bharat Mata as ‘dayan,’ who does not acknowledge Kashmir as part of India and use foul language against our PM Modi and CM Yogi Adityanath, stands exposed before people. Their anger is visible when I meet them and they share their views.
I was watching the devastations of the Kashmir floods, and a reporter was asking a local, who had just lost her house and her son, how she was feeling. I was stunned at the insensitivity. I did a 10-15 second satire on it and put it up on Facebook.
As colleagues, Shammi ji was my first co-actor and the hero of my debut film ‘Junglee’ in 1961. I met him for the first time at Kashmir’s Shalimar Bagh where we were filming the song ‘Kashmir ki kali hoon main.’ I was an excited teenager, fresh out of London College, and had pursued films against my mother’s wishes.
Where most of the country is, well, hot – from the bone-baking dry heat of the desert to the flesh-melting humidity of Kerala in the south – Kashmir is cool: so cool, in fact, that in the winter, the temperatures can sink to sub-zero.
I have been to Kashmir many times, especially with my family, in the ’70s.
As a kid, since I was born in Kashmir, I have been to the Amarnath caves.
I’ve grown up in Jammu, but have been to Kashmir earlier and have seen a different side to the Valley.
I was born there and I moved away in 1990 when I was seven years old. After that my family moved away from there to Delhi and Mumbai. Now, only a handful of relatives live in Kashmir and we are constantly worried about them. It pains me to see that my birth-place is not a safe place to be in anymore.