Definition for srinagar (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for srinagar
The new uprising in the Kashmiri capital of Srinagar makes it imperative to get back to the back channel and finish the talks.
After Shafi phoned him about the book, Peer drove up to the capital city of Srinagar with a copy of Curfewed Night.
Quite good shops for European stores and articles are now springing up in Srinagar.
He had married and had taken his wife to the mountains beyond Srinagar.The Lamp in the Desert|Ethel M. Dell
Three miles up the river from Srinagar is the site of what is very probably the original city of Srinagar founded by Asoka.
The boat left the shore at midnight, bearing us rapidly toward Srinagar.The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ|Nicolas Notovitch
Some of the best of the old shawls are preserved in the museum at Srinagar.
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Cultural definitions for srinagar
A state of India, in its extreme north. When mainly Hindu India became independent of Great Britain in 1947, many of its predominantly Muslim areas split off as Pakistan. Kashmir, a mainly Muslim area, remained part of India, which led to persistent conflicts between India and Pakistan.