KU RELEASES DANISH
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 7: Kashmir University Monday released the 27th volume of the Annual Persian Research Journal -Danish.
The KU PRO said: “The reference journal, published by Post Graduate Department of Persian language caters to the needs of students and the scholars within and outside the university. Introduced, in 1962 in Urdu by Prof Shams-ud-din Ahmed it was later issued annually and it got fame at national and international level as well.”
The journal contains content in Persian, English and Urdu but focuses more on the Persian literature.
“It contains research papers regarding the development in the language both in Indian and Indo-Persian context with special reference to Kashmir. The journal also contains details about cultural heritage of Central Asia,” the PRO said.
Prof M M Masoodi Head of the Persian Department and Chief Editor of the journal, said: “The research work has been done purely in Persian context and for the interest of readers, we have introduced three languages at the same time.”
Prof Riyaz Punjabi, the KU Vice-Chancellor, who is also the patron of the journal expressed happiness over the release of the new volume of Danish and said he has over the years been studying this ‘serious literary journal’.
“From the historical perspective, Iran has made a great influence on our civilization and culture. The Persian language and literature has left impressions on our own language and expression,” the VC added.
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