Shiraza Dogri

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Shiraza Dogri (Dogri: शीराज़ा डोगरी or شیرازه ڈوگری) is a bimonthly Dogri-language literary magazine from Jammu and Kashmir that is published by the Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages. Its publication began in 1964 as a biannual periodical, but the frequency increased to quarterly in 1970 and bimonthly in 1979.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Shivanath, Two decades of Dogri literature, Sahitya Akademi, 1997, ISBN 978-81-260-0393-8, "... Having begun as a bi-annual Shiraza became a quarterly in 1970 and a bimonthly in 1979 ..." 
  2. ^ M.K. Kaw, Kashmir Education, Culture, and Science Society, Kashmir and its people: Culture and heritage of Kashmir, APH Publishing, 2004, ISBN 978-81-7648-537-1, "... The Academy also brings out a bi-monthly journal entitled Shiraza, and an annual volume entitled Soon Adab in Kashmiri ..."