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I return to one of the most beautiful valleys in Kashmir — 12 Comments

  1. Hello Danis

    I am Toufeeq from Kishtwar, a close friend of Sajjad Zargar of Padder. If you remember him that he met you at Padder at had taken lunch together. He has told me about you and insist to mail you. He will be able to send you mail soon, because I have just created e-mail account for him. If you wish to write us, please write us on [email protected], [email protected] as soon as possible.

    Regards,
    Toufeeq Ahmad,
    Kishtwar-182204
    Jammu & Kashmir (IN)
    Mobile: +91-9906319375

    • good to hear from you. Yes i would like to talk to everyone from Marwah. there will be more stories however I am just upgrading the presentation of the site at present. please reply

  2. dear denis,

    the stories are wonderful. why don’t you write a book about your experiences. you and eric newby are great story tellers. emy

  3. I am sajjad from paddar kishtwar where we met last year at tea stall in atholi and from there we walked together upto my native village kejaie and then u left to kishtwar. U had taken many snaps of padder area but u have not shared them on ur website.Regards sajjad
    yeah sorry about that as atholi is another of my very favourite places and one i wish to return to. I hope you got my email and yes i will add a few photos as I still have the as my camera wasn’t stolen til much later.

    • It is about one year and three months since we met at Atholi Padder (kishtwar) and luckily you gave me your address and I was able to contact you again. You performed the journey almost of whole Jammu and Kashmir and I, being the native of this state, have not even visited the Marwah valley. Being inspired this year I also visited the Sinthan valley and some places of Kashmir like Gulmarg and Kokernag. Since I have got a time bounded job and a meager salary, so I can’t afford to spend so much time and money to visit the tourist spots of our state. Still I am happy that I am working and supporting my family. with regards,
      sajjad zargar

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  5. Hi dear Dennis
    How are you and how is family. You remember me I am Arju from Marwah …we have met there ..
    Are you coming this year ?

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