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Until My Freedom Has Come: The New Intifada in Kashmir is a collection of essays covering a wide range of issues related to Kashmir.
Summary Of The Book
Sanjay Kak’s Until My Freedom Has Come: The New Intifada in Kashmir is a collection of essays chronicling the important developments in Kashmir’s fight against injustice. The essays included in this book cover a vast range of issues concerning the state of Kashmir. These pieces of literature voice the helplessness and rage of all Kashmiris that sweeps throughout the Valley alike. Moreover, these essays provide an insight into the lives of the people whose lives are caught in the crossfire.
The summer of 2010 is remembered as a watershed in the history of contemporary Kashmir. And, this book talks about that time duration when a new generation came down to the streets to protest against the encounter killings of civilians. This protest reflected an extraordinary display of courage on behalf of those who took it upon themselves to fight for justice. The only weapon they had was the stones in their hands. This protest is famously known as Kashmir’s Intifada.
This Intifada caused a paradigm shift from armed militancy to mass rebellion. Moreover, this rebellion was escorted by a noteworthy revolution in the writing on Kashmir. The old ways in which this state was always seen and understood were overtaken by a new language of ideas.
The essays provided in Until My Freedom Has Come have been written by academics, artists, and journalists and hence it is a wide contemporary collection presenting some of the most amazing pieces ever written within and about Kashmir.
About Sanjay Kak
Sanjay Kak is a documentary filmmaker who is famously known for his various documentary films such as In The Forest Hangs A Bridge, A House And A Home, and One Weapon.
Sanjay Kak was born in 1958 in Pune, India. He studied sociology and economics at St Stephen’s College and the Delhi School of Economics. Currently, he lives in New Delhi and is active in the Campaign Against Censorship in India. He also works with the Delhi Film Archive. Recently, he has made a film called Jashn-e-Azadi which is still under production.
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A meticulously compiled anthology of brilliant essays written by young people from within and outside the valley about the horror of the 2010 unrest. Must-read for an understanding of the nature of civilian uprisings in Kashmir in the post-militancy era and the ensuing police action.
This is the voice of the unheard and supressed people of Kashmir Valley. It is a must read one by Sanjay Sir. This tells the real story of Kashmir 2010.
Thank You Mr Sanjay Kak... This is a great job done by you..