Published on 1st December 2016 by

The story of the devastation wreaked on the beauty of Kashmir by decades of conflict.

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The sun rises over Lake Dal in Indian occupied Kashmir, a land that time forgot. The exquisite floating villas which used to house wealthy foreign tourists today stand empty. The neighbouring city, Srinigar – summer capital of the states of Jammu and Kashmir – is occupied by half a million Indian troops. Kashmir is divided through the stunning Himalayas. The British colonial rulers used to call this the happy valley. Now, it’s become a valley of fear. Fear of the Indian soldiers, fear of the Muslim rebels. Both sides commit atrocities, both create refugees, both have nuclear weapons.

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