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Piyaray Raina was born in Srinagar Kashmir in1936.He is Geologist by profession . He received initiation into spiritual fold at an early age. Married to Krishna . He has a son Dijjotam ,who lives in Atlanta and a daughter Jyoti ,who lives in London .He is the author of “ Socio Religious and Cultural Traditions of Kashmiri Pandits.” He writes for various community journals. Mr. Raina lives in USA with his son and in Gurgaon India . He is President of Samarpan Public Charitable Trust ( Regd) which is engaged in various social , cultural and educational activities. Raina family has set up a children school Crystal Children Centre in DLF Gurgaon .


The sad part is, not just men but women themselves believe that this combination is rare. more

A Turbulent Night In Kashmir

Every evening it was regular feature to join our father together to go bus station to receive new batch of our distressed, hapless relatives, poor souls more

A paradise lost

If we can ever regain more

Harisa- The classic Dish of Kashmir

This is called harisa, a saffron-flavoured dish. A gift from Iran to the people of Kashmir. more

Kashmiri Recipe Roganjosh

Kashmiri Recipe Lamb Roganjosh more

Kashmir - The untold story

The pigeons roaming in the homes of Kashmiri Pandits are a real testament to the government's failed policy, which abandoned the Hindus of Kashmir. more

Paintings by Ravi Dhar

Paintings depicting culture of Kashmir more


The Charming Place With Breathtaking Waterfall more

Raktim Tandav

A collection of beautiful poems more

Revenge Time

Your mistakes have reached the brim of the tower, more

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Koshur Saal

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Gandhi front-line reporter and Neha Ganju book released at Sabarmati Ashram more

The resurgent Pandits of Kashmir

The struggle for justice and rights by minority Kashmiri Pandit community has been an ongoing battle for a long time. more

Sonch Sodur

Balkrishan Sanyasi's new book Sonch Sodur more