Kastoor

Khalid Hamid Kashtwari

Total Pages: 204
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In the heart of Kashmir, where serene landscapes mask the undercurrents of deep-rooted conspiracies and thrilling mysteries, unfolds the moving story of Kastoor.

This riveting novel by Khalid Hamid captures the essence of life amidst the turmoil of a region known for its beauty as much as its strife. Follow the lives of Shahid, Abrar, and Burhan—three inseparable childhood friends from different backgrounds, united by their unyielding bond and the shared corridors of their college life. As they navigate the complexities of love, friendship, and the harsh realities of societal conflict, their journey takes a tragic turn when shocking violence shakes their world.

Kastoor delves deep into the soul of Kashmir, exploring the pain of lost dreams and the strength found in unity. With lyrical prose and poignant storytelling, Khalid crafts a powerful narrative of resilience and the indomitable spirit of youth against the backdrop of Kashmir’s undying beauty. A story of loss, love, and the quest for justice, Kastoor is a touching tribute to the enduring human spirit.

Masterfully blending suspense, mystery, and the harsh reality of life in a conflicted land, Kastoor promises to keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very end.

Khalid Hamid was born in 1991 in Srinagar, Kashmir, and attended the Tyndale Biscoe School. He later earned a Master's degree in Human Resources and moved to the United Arab Emirates after his studies. In the UAE, Khalid pursued a career in human resources, where he had the privilege of interacting with people from all walks of life. In his free time outside his 9-to-5 job, Khalid discovered his creative side. He enjoyed painting, poetry, doing voice acting, and writing for fun. Khalid Hamid's life is a blend of work and art, always seeking new ways to express his creativity.

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