The culture of Kashmiri Pandits is different from the Hindus of the country.


When we talk about culture, it includes language, culture, food, customs and traditions as well as religion. The religion that is the original religion there is called the religion of the Pandits which is Hinduism.

Religious tradition: In Kashmir, the stories and knowledge of Shiva and Parvati have been portrayed in the form of drama since ancient times and the Ramlila held here is different from the Ramlila held in other parts of the country. Vatuk puja is performed for many days in the homes of the Pandit community on Shivratri.

Worship of mother Sharda and worship of mother Durga are prevalent here. The Harath festival, which begins one day before Shivratri, is an important festival of the Kashmiri Hindu community. Apart from this, Navreh is celebrated as the new lunar year in Kashmir. Pandit used to light a lamp in the evening. Apart from Herath, Khetmavasi, Zayath Atham, Tiki Tsoram, Panna and Gad Butt are also major festivals here.

Dish:Kashmiri Pandits eat mainly vegetarian food but they do not oppose non-vegetarian food. The dishes that are prepared here are wonderful. Rice is the staple food here. Kashmiri pilaf is the most famous.

Favorite dish is karma sag or hawk. Mutton is also eaten but now it is less. When it comes to Kashmiri drinks, they include Noon Chai or Sher Chai and Kahwa or Cave. Also popular are shermal, bakerkhayan (puff pastry), lava (unleavened bread) and kulcha.

Some of the popular non-vegetarian dishes for Kashmiri Pandits include methi kima, kabargah, rogan josh, soek zarwan, son aloo etc. Vegetarian cuisine includes a variety of curry dishes with cheese and a variety of vegetables.

Bergins, potatoes, lotus stalks, spinach, turnips and kidney beans are some of the vegetables used by Kashmiri Pandits. Sarwari and Bajbatta are rice dishes. Khmer Puri is a popular wheat bread in the diet of Kashmiri Pandits. Kashmiri Pandits started using curd, asafoetida and turmeric powder in Indian cuisine.

Dress: Basically a wide loose gown that hangs from ankle to neck, with large buttons fitted. It is different from sharing. It is made of wool in winter season and cotton in summer season. Women’s gowns are different which are very beautifully done. The two gowns are called fahen, with a slight difference. Men wear loose pajamas under Fryan. Women have beautiful chunar on their heads. On the head is a beautiful red stripe with a pendant-like chandelier.

Artworks: Very beautiful artefacts or carvings can be found on the utensils of Kashmir. Their culture is hidden in the carvings of these utensils. The painting also depicts the culture and deities of Kashmiri Pandits.

Intoxication: Jazeer i.e. hookah also plays a major role in the Pandit community, who live most of the cold life in Kashmir. At the same time, Kangri is also connected with the life of Pandits. Language: Along with Kashmiri, the language of Kashmiri Pandits is Koshur, Dogri, Hindi. Earlier Kashmiri language was written in Sharda script.

Play: Bharat Natya Shastra is notable as an ancient encyclopedic treatise on art, which influenced the dance, music and literary traditions of India, which originated in Kashmir.Music Chakri, henzai, roof or vanwon etc. are the popular music. Lady Shah: Sufia’s Kalam is also popular.

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