Fall season in Kashmir

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Autumn colours: With winter approaching Kashmir, Chinar trees are changing their colour from Green through Crimson to Yellow. Several roads could be seen covered in autumn leaves. (Waseem Andrabi/ HT photo)

Autumn colours: With winter approaching Kashmir, Chinar trees are changing their colour from Green through Crimson to Yellow. Several roads could be seen covered in autumn leaves. (Waseem Andrabi/ HT photo)

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Autumn leaves falling from the trees during Autumn season on November 13 , in summer capital of Kashmir, Srinagar. Autumn, also known as Harud locally, is the annual harvesting season in Kashmir. (Waseem Andrabi/ HT photo)

Autumn leaves falling from the trees during Autumn season on November 13 , in summer capital of Kashmir, Srinagar. Autumn, also known as Harud locally, is the annual harvesting season in Kashmir. (Waseem Andrabi/ HT photo)

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A resident taking a walk in the garden on the Crimson Chinar leaves, on an autumn day in Srinagar. The shade of Chinar is considered to be a sign of resistance in the area. (Waseem Andrabi/ HT photo)

A resident taking a walk in the garden on the Crimson Chinar leaves, on an autumn day in Srinagar. The shade of Chinar is considered to be a sign of resistance in the area. (Waseem Andrabi/ HT photo)

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As Autumn draws to a close in Kashmir, the fallen leaves are seen adding glow to the scenic valley. The fallen leaves will become the source of charcoal for the locals who would collect it from half-burnt Chinar leaves to fill up their earthen firepots. (Waseem Andrabi/ HT photo)

As Autumn draws to a close in Kashmir, the fallen leaves are seen adding glow to the scenic valley. The fallen leaves will become the source of charcoal for the locals who would collect it from half-burnt Chinar leaves to fill up their earthen firepots. (Waseem Andrabi/ HT photo)

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A man rides a bicycle on the road covered in leaves, on Friday morning, enjoying the warmth of Autumn. After seeing the leaves of tree in autumn, one Persian visitor had exclaimed, “Che Nar” what fire! (Waseem Andrabi/ HT photo)

A man rides a bicycle on the road covered in leaves, on Friday morning, enjoying the warmth of Autumn. After seeing the leaves of tree in autumn, one Persian visitor had exclaimed, “Che Nar” what fire! (Waseem Andrabi/ HT photo)

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Golden Yellow season in Kashmir: Students taking a walk while the entire valley is bathed in different hues of red, orange and gold. A large number of tourists are visiting the valley these days. (Waseem Andrabi/ HT photo)

Golden Yellow season in Kashmir: Students taking a walk while the entire valley is bathed in different hues of red, orange and gold. A large number of tourists are visiting the valley these days. (Waseem Andrabi/ HT photo)

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