What does ESV Study Bible stand for?
English Standard Version
Is ESV best Bible translation?
The Revised Standard Version of the Bible, first published on 30 September 1952, The purpose of this article is to demonstrate that the ESV is a light revision of the RSV and that, because of the textual basis and translational errors carried over from the RSV, it is not a trustworthy translation of the Bible.
What fascinates me in the culture of Kashmir?
The state enjoys the presence of mix religions and that’s why Kashmir is famous for its cultural heritage. It amalgamates Hindu, Sikh, Muslim and Buddhist people who make Kashmir more beautiful by adopting their own culture that has brought many changes in their living style.
What is Kashmir Speciality?
The natural beauty and picturesque locations have made it a favoured destination for tourists across the world. Jammu is famous for its temples, while Kashmir Valley is known for its lakes and gardens. J&K has agro-climatic conditions best suited for horticulture and floriculture.
What is the craft of Jammu and Kashmir?
Which handicraft is Kashmir famous for?
Kashmir’s most famous handcrafted specialties include silk and Wool Carpets, Papier-mache Products, Pashminas, Silverware, Copperware, Embroidered shawls, and Wood. The city is considered as a treasure of art and crafts.
What vegetables are grown in Kashmir?
The fruits and vegetables notified in J&K are Apple, Almond, Pear, Capsicum, Carrot,Cucumber, Okra, Orange, Kinnow and Lemon.
Is there gold in Kashmir?
Large deposits of Granite, limestone and marble are found in parts of India. The two main Kashmir granite types are gold and white.
Which is the special crop of Kashmir?
Saffron is not the only one crop cultivated in the Kashmiri lands. First of all, rice is the most important staple crop and maize the second-most important. Other important summer crops are millet, pulses. Wheat and barley are the chief spring crops.
What are the main crops of Jammu and Kashmir?
Rice is the chief crop of Kashmir zone, followed by maize, barley and wheat. Jammu region dominates both in maize and wheat production.
Which crops are grown in Ladakh?
Wheat and barley are the traditional crops of Ladakh, and continued to be the staple food of the people. Cereals are grown for twin purpose of food and fodder. Of the total 10223 Ha under cultivation, wheat (2415 Ha) and barley (3632 Ha) occupy 59.2% of the total cropped areas.