a city in and the summer capital of Kashmir, on the Jhelum River.
Also, Cashmere. a former princely state in SW Asia, adjacent to India, Pakistan, Sinkiang, and Tibet: sovereignty in dispute between India and Pakistan since 1947.
Official name Jammu and Kashmir. the part of this state occupied by India, forming a state in the Indian union. About 53,500 sq. mi. (138,000 sq. km).
Capital: Srinagar (summer); Jammu (winter).
a city in N India, the summer capital of the state of Jammu and Kashmir, at an altitude of 1600 m (5250 ft) on the Jhelum River: seat of the University of Jammu and Kashmir (1948). Pop: 894 940 (2001)
a variant spelling of cashmere
a region of SW central Asia: from the 16th century ruled by the Moguls, Afghans, Sikhs, and British successively; since 1947 disputed between India, Pakistan, and China; 84 000 sq km (33 000 sq miles) in the northwest are held by Pakistan and in part known as Azad Kashmir (Free Kashmir), part as the Northern Areas; an area of 42 735 sq km (16 496 sq miles) in the east (the Aksai Chin) is held by China; the remainder was in 1956 officially incorporated into India as the state of Jammu and Kashmir; traversed by the Himalaya and Karakoram mountain ranges and the Rivers Jhelum and Indus; a fruit-growing and cattle-grazing region, with a woollen industry. Capitals: (Jammu and Kashmir) Srinagar (summer), Jammu (winter); (Azad Kashmir) Muzaffarabad; (Northern Areas) Gilgit
A state of India, in its extreme north. When mainly Hindu India became independent of Great Britain in 1947, many of its predominantly Muslim areas split off as Pakistan. Kashmir, a mainly Muslim area, remained part of India, which led to persistent conflicts between India and Pakistan.
noun 1. a Hindu title of address prefixed to the name of a deity, holy person, etc. 2. a respectful title of address prefixed to a man’s name in India; Mr. noun (Hinduism) 1. the consort of Vishnu 2. a title of honour used when addressing a distinguished Hindu 3. a polite form of address […]
[shree-vahysh-nuh-viz-uh m] /ˌʃriˈvaɪʃ nəˌvɪz əm/ noun 1. a Hindu sect advocating theistic devotion as a philosophically and scripturally valid way to achieve salvation.
1. Bharat Jayaraman. [“Towards a Broader Basis for Logic Programming”, B. Jayaraman, TR CS Dept, SUNY Buffalo, 1990]. 2. Schema Representation language. 3. Structured Robot Language. C. Blume & W. Jacob, U Karlsruhe. (1995-01-26)
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