Kashmiris, Hangul and the Manual of Life


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About 100,000 years ago, a mutation in a family of deers gave rise to 3 distinct sub-species which came to be known by the geographical regions they travelled to - Bukhara in Uzbekistan, Xinjiang in China and Kashmir in India. But what does that deer have to do with the Kashmiri people? This week, in the sixth episode of Kashmir Diaries, I bring to you the story of the Hangul, the Kashmir Red Deer, which is also the state animal. This critically endangered species, endemic to Kashmir has strange parallels to the Kashmiri people themselves. Tune in, and discover how the story of the Hangul and Kashmiris are intertwined, and how they gives us the manual of life.

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