Paradise Lost - Kashmir through the eyes of two photographers

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The Insider: Born in Srinagar, Veer Munshi presently lives in Delhi

The Insider: Born in Srinagar, Veer Munshi presently lives in Delhi

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Munshi left Kashmir in 1990 and returned only after 11 years (Veer Munshi)

Munshi left Kashmir in 1990 and returned only after 11 years (Veer Munshi)

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“My inner search was not about looking for Kashmir as a picture postcard, but the silent portrait of the house that stands as a ruin,” says Munshi. (Veer Munshi)

“My inner search was not about looking for Kashmir as a picture postcard, but the silent portrait of the house that stands as a ruin,” says Munshi. (Veer Munshi)

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“In 2008, I gathered the courage to visit my ancestral home in Srinagar, which I knew was burnt down,” says Munshi (Veer Munshi)

“In 2008, I gathered the courage to visit my ancestral home in Srinagar, which I knew was burnt down,” says Munshi (Veer Munshi)

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The Outsider: Amit Mehra is based in Delhi and has released a book on Kashmir

The Outsider: Amit Mehra is based in Delhi and has released a book on Kashmir

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“Kashmir doesn’t allow photographers to think. There are images floating everywhere,” says Mehra (Amit Mehra )

“Kashmir doesn’t allow photographers to think. There are images floating everywhere,” says Mehra (Amit Mehra )

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“Kashmir doesn’t allow photographers to think. There are images floating everywhere,” says Mehra (Amit Mehra )

“Kashmir doesn’t allow photographers to think. There are images floating everywhere,” says Mehra (Amit Mehra )

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“Kashmir doesn’t allow photographers to think. There are images floating everywhere,” says Mehra (Amit Mehra )

“Kashmir doesn’t allow photographers to think. There are images floating everywhere,” says Mehra (Amit Mehra )

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“Kashmir doesn’t allow photographers to think. There are images floating everywhere,” says Mehra (Amit Mehra )

“Kashmir doesn’t allow photographers to think. There are images floating everywhere,” says Mehra (Amit Mehra )

Updated on Sep 23, 2015 04:57 PM IST
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