Kashmir by Francis Younghusband
This book called 'Kashmir' was written at the request of Edward Molyneux. Younghusband's descriptions went hand in hand with his paintings of the Valley by Molyneux. In the book, Younghusband declared his immense admiration of the natural beauty of Kashmir and its history. The book does not deal with the whole Kashmir state, which includes many outlying provinces, but with Kashmir Proper, with the world-renowned valley of Kashmir, a saucer-shaped value with a length of 84 miles, a breadth of 20 to 25 miles and a mean height of 5600 feet above sea level, set in the very heart of the Himalaya and corresponding in latitude to Damascus, to Fez in Morocco and to South Carolina.
Publisher - Gulshan Books