Modern Kashmiri Grammar provides basic yet extensive information on various aspects of Kashmiri phonology, morphology, and syntax along with its unique features and historical background. This grammar emphasizes special features of Kashmiri that sets it apart from other Indo-Aryan languages. It utilizes simple terminology, and provides suitable description with tables for grammatical categories, phrases, and sentence types. The introduction gives a survey of the dialectal variations in the language, history of literature and grammar, and more crucially, the status of Kashmiri in the home state itself. The phonology describes segmental phonemes, suprasegmentals, and morphophonology. The morphology provides a description of different word classes: nouns, pronouns, adjectives, numerals, adverbs, particles, connectives, and interjections. The syntax describes the structure of phrases, sentence types, complex and compound constructions, special word order variations, and other intricate syntactic features. The lexicon presents a list of useful classified vocabulary. It fulfills the need of the basic language learners as well as provides useful information for the linguist and general reader.