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Life Beyond The Black Night 19 th January 1990, Kashmir

Author: Rajan Nakhasi

Date of Launch: 20 February 2021.
Time of Launch: 3.00 pm
Place of Launch: “Samavar”

B- 36, Pamposh Enclave
Greater Kailash – I, New Delhi.

Publisher: Verily Publishers LLP, New Delhi
Note by the Publisher: Everyone including the critics will
Surely love this book

About the Book:
Throughout its long history, humanity has inevitably produced men of
exceptional intelligence and it is from their experience and accumulated
intuition that all cultures and civilizations derive.

The dark forces which seem to rule the modern world have shown great ability
in diverting, deforming and annihilating all man’s instinctive urges toward basic
realities and the divine order of the world. As soon as a spark of light is

glimpsed, it is taken over by those whose mission it is to pervert and exploit it,
thus transforming what is beneficial into something maleficent.
Since 1990, after the outbreak of the pro-Islamic Pakistan sponsored armed
insurgency in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, many Journalists and writers
flooded the market with their books on the subject. Most of these writers had
a little knowledge as a witness to the events that took place during the
affected period which they have mentioned in their respective books. As such
they had to depend upon the version of other people for the purpose of
writing about exact happenings and relevant details.
We try to regard with horror the crimes of certain fanatical sects, without
seeing their relationship to war, genocide, and the destruction of the mankind.
This armed insurgency is not a sudden occurrence that happened in Kashmir by
surprise; it was a plan hatched by the Pakistan which gathered momentum
over years and years. I can correlate it to the barbaric invasion by the tribal
men known as Kabali who were gathered, supported and sponsored by
Pakistan and persuaded them into loot, arson, killings, rape and plunder in the
state of Jammu and Kashmir during Oct 1947.
My book “Life beyond the black Night” is the outburst of my observation as
witness as well as the sufferer of the events which happened in the Kashmir.
The book also mentions about some historical facts known to the most. The
contents of the book are my personal views, an ordeal and the experiences
which I have gone through.
I have written this book, insufficient though it may be, for some people of
goodwill, lost in a world of false values, so that it may remind some that a way
of wisdom did exist and still exists. The historical fact suggests that there might
be some hope of their reverting to the pantheistic attitude, now that they have
become aware of the badness of the consequences of the monotheistic lack of
respect for the mankind. My heart bleeds for every such innocent person who
suffered and was unfortunately killed during this turmoil.
From the Garden and lakes of paradise to the enjoyable life in the heaven on
earth and from the ethnic cleansing of Pandits from their age old homes
resulting in the worst ever exodus of Kashmiri Pandits and their sufferings in

the make shift tents at the various camps in Jammu, and from suffering by the
Kashmiri Muslims under the gun point to the disappearance of the youth, I
have tried to mention it.
From the communal harmony of pre 1990 era to the recruitment of Muslim
youths into armed insurgency disturbing the peace of Kashmir and from
suffering of the Kashmiri Pandits in the migrant camps to the abandonment of
the old aged, I have tried to cover it in the factual manner
In this book, I have mentioned about the sufferings of all the people and the
communities who lived in Kashmir and Jammu during that period and the
incidents mentioned are my personal observation.
I do not claim to present a solution to the turmoil. On the basis of my personal
experience, I have made a small effort to clear the ground which seems to be
encumbered with ignorance.
Rajan Nakhasi

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