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Kashmir mainly refers to the northwestern region of the Indian subcontinent shared by India, Pakistan, and China. It may also refer to:
- Kashmir valley, surrounded by Pir Panjal mountain ranges, between Pakistan, India and Ladakh. It is one of the 3 divisions of the Indian-administered state of Jammu and Kashmir.
- Kashmir and Jammu (princely state), the former princely state which came to an end in 1947.
- The Kashmir Conflict, the territorial dispute over the Kashmir region:
- Jammu and Kashmir, area of Kashmir administered by Republic of India as a state; disputed by Pakistan.
- Azad Jammu and Kashmir, areas of the Kashmir region administered by Pakistan; disputed by India.
- Trans-Karakoram Tract, an area ceded by Pakistan to China by the Sino-Pak Border Agreement in 1963; disputed by India.
- Aksai Chin, an area of disputed Kashmir region administered by China; disputed by India.
- Kashmir, Iran, a village in Hormozgan Province, Iran
Music and films
- Kashmir (band), Danish rock band
- "Kashmir" (song), 1975 song by rock band Led Zeppelin from the album Physical Graffiti
- Kashmir: Symphonic Led Zeppelin, tribute album to Led Zeppelin
- "Kashmir", instrumental track by Scooter from Back to the Heavyweight Jam
- "Kashmir," song by the band Liquid Blue
- Kashmir, 1951 Hindi film starring Kamal Kapoor, Badri Prasad
- SS Kashmir, P & O liner that served as a troopship during World War 1
- HMS Kashmir, World War 2, Royal Navy destroyer
- Kashmir Solidarity Day, observed on 5 February each year since 1990 in Pakistan as a day of protest against Indian control of part of Kashmir.
- Azad Kashmir, day celebrated by Azad Jammu & Kashmir government on the day of its creation on 24 October 1947; also celebrated in the rest of Pakistan.
- Kashmir Black Day, is a day when the people of Kashmir wave Black flags in a rally against Indian annexation and Indian rule since 27 October 1947; it is also observed in Azad Kashmir.
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