ABOUT RADIO MAEJ KASHEER

Dear Radio maej kasheer Listener,

This is Radio maej kasheer being broadcast from jammu city j&k India. This is first kashmiri Radio Station available Internationally.

Radio maej kasheer is an initiative and platform to re-bind our displaced kashmiri pandit Community which is scattered across the world. With this initiative we would like to make our community aware about our kashmiri Music, Movies, Drama, Culture and Language. Radio maej kasheer is an effort to erase the geographical distances that exists between our Creative Artists and Audience.

We evaluated various possibilities of setting up Commercial FM tower, but considering our kashmiri pandit Community is not densely located in one particular region, we decided to take Internet approach. On june 2015 the idea of Radio maej kasheer materialized. Since then we have seen tremendous growth in the number of listeners and supporters.

People might get this mis-conception, while the world is moving to High Definition, 3D, On Demand and interactive content, we are going back to 100 year old technique of communication where one speaks and millions listen. Though our radio is one way broadcast, but we want our dear listeners to use this site and internet to have bi-directional communication.

We look forward for your continued support and suggestions.

We are committed to the values expressed by our mission, especially as they relate to issues involving the various ethnic groups living in our community, women, the economically disadvantaged or challenged, and other groups who may be disenfranchised in our society. We offer safe haven for expression by members of these groups, regardless of their social status, race, gender, or sexual orientation, and by our activities hope to promote peace, goodwill and a sense of community beyond the walls of this radio station.

the radio maej kasheer was my dream project but Struggle often feels like a lack of progress, so it’s nice to turn it on its head and realize that it’s actually the way progress is made. If you’re not struggling you’re probably not challenging yourself enough. The important part is not to let struggle deter you from making that progress. Step one is learning to view struggling as a positive thing, rather than a negative thing. Then you won’t be so hard on yourself if you find that you’re struggling again. It just means you’re learning, growing, and taking on enough to keep you busy.

NEWS & PROGRAMMS

First week July Students Concert – 2-5 pm – ICCR.

Music, Felicitations, 100 Participants

Launch of YUVA Music Festival - 2-6 pm (by invitation only).

26 July 2015


Kashmiri Leela competition between our talented children will be held at mata kheerbavani tulla mulla kashmir permisis on the occasion of har Ashtami....