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Kashmiri’s Struggle For Independence (1931-1939)

It is a commendable attempt on the part of the author to study a significant aspect of the modern history of Kashmir. He has rationally and systematically analysed the reasons behind the formation of the Muslim Conference.
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It is a commendable attempt on the part of the author  to study a significant aspect of the modern history of Kashmir. He has rationally and systematically analysed the reasons behind the formation of the Muslim Conference. He has correctly estimated the despotic and autocratic nature of the Dogra rule, the exploitation of the peasantry at the hands of the governing class, the agrarian crisis, discontent of the labour class, educational growth and intellectual awakening among the Kashmiri Muslims, the role of socio-religious reform movements, the support of Indian Muslims in general and those of Punjab is in particular as the potential factors leading to the emergence of the phenomenon embodying the Muslim Conference in Kashmir. 
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