In September last year, the Kashmir valley suffered the worst flooding in more than a century, killing more than 200 people and displacing almost a million for weeks.
Indian Army and civilian boats trawled through the streets of capital Srinagar, picking up residents and delivering water, food and basic medicine to people who chose to remain camped out in the upper floors of their houses.
The state administration, which was itself knocked out after the waters of the Jhelum river gushed into the city centre, struggled to cope with the flood, the worst in 109 years.
On Monday, a flood ravaged the Valley again following incessant rainfall over the past four days. Anxious people began to leave for safer places as authorities kept a watch on swollen mountain streams and the Jhelum river which was in spate, fearing a repeat of the September 2014 disaster.
Here are 50 images that show the scale of the flood disaster that hit Jammu and Kashmir in 2014: