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Whose lines these and about what: Gar Firdaus Ba Ruh-e-Zameen Ast ... Hami Ast O, Hami Ast O, Hami Ast.
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Asked by QueSera Sera, 19 Apr '13 12:15 pm
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The breath-taking beauty of Kashmir is best captured in the Persian verse Gar Firdaus Ba Ru-e-Zameen Ast... Hami ast O, Hami ast O, Hami ast( If there is heaven on earth, it is here, it is here , it is here ), that was later popularized by Emperor Jehangir who is known to have fallen in love with the valley.
Synonymous with Kashmir's scenic beauty is the delectable native cuisine, from fresh fruits, crisp vegetables and expensive dry fruits to the most delicious non-vegetarian food. With dishes like rista yakhn, tabak maaz , modur pulao, chuk czarwan, prepared with hours of tedious preparation, it can be said that each Kashmiri dish is a labour of love.The unique feature of Kashmiri cuisine is that the spices used are boiled rather than fried giving the dishes a unique and distinctive flavour and aroma.
Answered by Quest, 19 Apr '13 01:57 pm

 
  
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Answered by hillollchakraborty, 19 Apr '13 12:28 pm

 
  
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Emperor Jehangir
Answered by rajan, 19 Apr '13 12:18 pm

 
  
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