Views of life.

Poem by Nasir my younger brother.

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Being Human


Yes I  am rarely rare!
Born out of 8 million species dear!
To be human of love and care.
Yes I am rare and rare.

Out in universe no one my pair.
Thanks to creator, whom I fear.
Yes I am rarely rare.
Like a diamond  with coal I compare.!
 
Created for gentleness and neighbourly everywhere!
Yes I am rare out in air!
Aamir you have to dare and don’t fear. 
Created for modesty, humanity and care.

Yes we are rare and rare.
Yes we rarely rare.

     By Aamir Aqeil Azfar
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The life of time is vast.
The time of life is fast.
The time is history in past.
Past was fast but lost.

Life in this world is fast.
Life about to come is vast.
Destiny of our lives is forecast.
But hold your faith upto last.

Some dream of castles very fast.
Fast but waves wipe the  sandcàst.
Life after death is vast.
Build your faith steadfast.

Last but Aamir want to share it fast.
This Life is blast,life about to come is up to last.
By Aamir Aqeil Azfar

Let us be…

we are not always right.

we do not always fight.


You told that my eyes are bright.

I think that only when are in sight.


Emotions of soul I can’t roll.

You are my only and only goal.


World against us in might.

we may not fight.


Love of humanity is right.

Humans of Love are great in height.


Height of rewards in almighty’s  sight.

Sight of paradise is very bright.


Let us not be ready to fight.

Be humans of Love and care,that right.

Kokernag

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Kokernag is a sub-district town and a notified area committee in Breng Valley (The Golden Crown of Kashmir), Anantnag districtin the Indian administered state of Jammu & Kashmir. The etymology of the word ‘Kokernag’ is controversial and there are various theories and none has any conclusive historical proof. As per one such theory Koker means ‘fowl’ and nag means ‘serpent’. The spring gushes out of the base of a thickly wooded hill from where it divides into channels, which resembles to the claw-foot of a hen, hence its name. The other theory is that the word Kokernag originates from Koh (Mountain) kan (from or under) nag (spring). Kokernag is at the height of approx. 2,000 m above sea level. Place is known for gardens, largest fresh water springs in Kashmir and for its largest rainbow trout hatchery in north India. Towns and village situated around Kokernag are Bindoo, Zalangam, Bidder, Wangam, Hangalgund,Nagam, Mukhdampora Sagam,Duksum, Soaf Shali etc. Kokernag has been mentioned in Ain Akbari, where in it has been mentioned that the water of Kokernag satisfies both hunger and thirst and it is also a remedy for indigestion.

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Basically, the nickname or second name of Kokernag is Breng Kokernag, the name given by Shiekh ul Alam, poet and scholar. He said “” kokernag breng chu sunsund preng”” which means that “”kekernag is Golden crown of kashmir”” means a precious thing. Kokernag is a collection of many small springs and their collective appearance resembles to the claws of a koker (cock). Kokernag is the largest fresh water spring in Kashmir.

Koker means ‘fowl’ and nag means ‘Springs’. The spring gushes out of the base of a thickly wooded hill from where it divides into channels, which resembles to the claw-foot of a hen, hence its name. Kokernag is at the height of approximately 2,000 m above sea level. Place is known for gardens, largest fresh water springs in Kashmir and for its trout streams. Towns and village situated around Kokernag are Wangam, Hangalgund, Nagam, Sagam, Zalergam, Dacksum, Elakti, Soaf Shali .

It is known for its trout streams and the largest fresh water spring in Kashmir, Trout hatchery department which has constructed pools in series where in trout is reared. The total area of Kokernag is 300 Kanals of which 129 kanals is for the purpose of gardens and the rest is forest area.

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Staying in the accommodation right inside the Kokernag garden, gave us an advantage. We could visit the Kokernag garden right at sunrise – an ideal time for birding. Specially by the natural spring that flows through it.

Developed by the Jammu and Kashmir Tourism department, it is the biggest garden in Kashmir.

 

The department’s Tourism Reception Center (TRC) is next to this garden. We met an extremely dedicated tourism officer here, who guided and mentored us throughout our stay.
Source – Trip advisor for images and Wikipedia