Talk: "Kashmir-the Lost Paradise?"

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 Talk by Sushil Pandit (visiting guest Scholar from Delhi) 

Friday, 3rd January 2020 
Venue: Bhumika Hall, Bharatnivas. 
Time: 4 pm 

Kashmir-the Lost Paradise?

Sushil Pandit will speak about Kashmir’s civilizational connect with
the rest of India. It refers to old lores and ancient texts which could be
called ‘pre-historic’ leading to early history -Spiritual, Social, Cultural
and Political interactivity with the rest of India. It also traces
contribution of Kashmir to India’s Knowledge traditions. 
DEBATE with questions & Answers: 
Two authors will exchange their perspectives: Sushil Pandit and
Claude Arpi (the author of a book on Kashmir (Published in France by
Editions Picquier) http://www.editions-  on  the modern
history starting with the 19th century. It involves the impact of global
changes, anti-colonial struggles, partition of India, post partition
challenges, our constitution, laws, policy and the Indian response over
the decades. 
Brief bio-data: scholar on the history of Sushil Pandit is a renowned
Kashmiri. He serves as Adjunct faculty for teaching Strategic media
planning, at the Indian institute of Mass Communication and National
Institute of Advertising, Delhi. He is an Honors Graduate in Commerce
from University of Delhi and also an alumnus of Jawaharlal Nehru
University where he pursued his PG in Chinese Studies. 

He has given talks on Kashmir and India at several prominent venues
such as IIT Madras, IIT Kanpur, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Centre for
Indic Studies and several universities. He is the Founder of The Hive, a
brand management firm and was previously the Chairman of the
Exchange4media group. Mr. Pandit is originally from Srinagar, and was
born and brought up in Delhi.  For more details, please below: