Rahi Is A Poet Of Silence

Rahi Is A Poet Of Silence

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Poet Rahman Rahi To read the work of the Kashmiri poet, Rahman Rahi, is to return to the question of what is one’s own. To read Rahi is to begin understanding solitude. But not solitude as isolation, detachment or loneliness but solitude as an ancient virtue, as freedom. To read Rahi is also to read the Kashmiri self and the problem of its sovereignty. One might ask what Rahi’s solitude has to do with the question of sovereignty, or even what exactly we mean by the Kashmiri self. But we have not as yet learned to read Rahi. Rahi is

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