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Research, data information, material identification and edited text and description: S. N. Pandita.

Well known researcher, S. N. Pandita is grandson of Professor Nityanand Shastri whom Sir Aurel Stein referred as the “Crest Jewel amongst the scholars of Kashmir".

S. N. Pandita’s work on collaborative scholarship between the Western Indologists and Kashmiri scholars showcases for the first time ever the interface of scholarship between the West and Kashmir that took place during the late 19 th and 20 th century under the Dogra rule - a period which also coincides with Aurel Stein’s life and labours in Kashmir.


S. N. Pandita

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