Taking the account of linguistics research based on comparative studies, the languages spoken in the Indian sub- continent have been explored rigorously with specific purpose and orientation. While as one admits the fact that the languages spoken in the belt of Jammu and Kashmir state have been touched to a little margin within comparative frame work. In the light of this fact a need was felt to initiate the hitherto unexplored study across these languages / dialects within comparative framework. The present study attempts to take comparative study of word formation of Kashmiri and Kohistani because of the following reasons: 1) Kohistani is one of the dialects of Dard (Grierson), However, the study remained unexplored on modern comparative model. 2) The study paves the way for further studies of Kashmiri- Kohistani that may help in resolving the academically controversial issues on purely scientific lines regarding the dialect status of Kohistani vis-à-vis Kashmiri language. 3) The present study is an attempt to compare morphology of the languages, so as to find out the possible linguistic affinities between Kohistani and Kashmiri.