Imagining Kashmir: Emplotment and Colonialism

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Index
Page references in italics indicate illustrations.
Abdullah, Farooq, 52
Abdullah, Sheikh, 24, 53–55, 57, 99, 212–13
Afghanistan, 2, 59, 78, 80, 148, 218
Ahmad, Nayeema, 212–13
Ahmed, Naseer. See Kashmir Pending
Aishmuqam Shrine, 162–63, 165–66
Ali, Agha Shahid, 4, 6–7, 242n13; anticommunalism of, 189, 240nn4–5, 242n11; The Country without a Post Office, 189, 191–95, 242nn16–17; “Farewell,” 189, 191–92, 241n7, 242n11; “Ghazal,” 191–92; “I See Kashmir from New Delhi at Midnight,” 65–66, 195–99, 202, 243n18; Islamism of, 46, 191–92, 195; Rooms Are Never Finished, 188; “Some Vision of the World Cashmere,” 68, 192–95
Ali, Maulana Muhammad, 98, 194
allegory, 115, 162, 201, 210–11, 231n7
Anand, Vijay, 228–29n8
“Anguish” (Rehbar), 209
anticommunalism, 28, 29, 189, 239–40nn4–5, 242n11
Article 370, 210, 246–47n13, 248n16
assassination, 31–32, 34, 163, 183–84, 190, 238–39n2
Athar, Abdul Gani Beg, 211–12, 243–44nn6–7
āzādī (freedom), 96, 125
Azhar, Maulana Muhammad, 201
Bar-Tal, Daniel, 13–14, 23, 244n3
Baweja, Harinder, 190, 241n8
Behera, Navnita Chadha, 6, 60, 81, 182, 195, 238n2
betrayal, 25, 186–88, 199
Bhand Pather, 69–70, 181, 232n18
Bhansali, Sanjay Leela, 44, 113–16, 118–19, 129
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), 73, 86, 118
Bharucha, Rustom, 86, 97
Bhatt, Pooja, 43–44, 106–8
bias, 130, 140, 182, 215; confirmation, 45, 130–31, 147, 183–85, 188; ideological, 39–41, 170; intergroup, 222, 225–26, 229
Black Skin, White Masks (Fanon), 4
Bose, Sumantra, 142, 163, 231n9, 237n11, 239n2, 244n3, 247n15
“The Boy Is Guilty” (Jehangir), 209–10
Brahmins, 240–41n5
“The Burnt-out Sun” (Hamadani), 207, 243n3
Bush, George W., 73, 100

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