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"A chronicle of more than five years of travel and quiet observation, these images capture the lives—sometimes flourishing, occasionally stilled—that endure in the face of uncertainty and violence that have become synonymous with the Valley. Soldiers march in the spring tulip gardens of Srinagar; boys jump into the Nagin Lake to cool off; the afternoon sun entangles shadows on loops of razorwire barricades, in the middle of a street; and the biting Baramulla winter cloaks a dismembered doll with snow. Revealing and intimate, Amit Mehra's photographs of Kashmir are as much a conversation with the stunning beauty of the land and its people as they are an effort to engage with its multiple realities."

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  • ISBN: 9780670085323
  • Author: Amit Mehra
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • Pages: 144
  • Format: Hardback
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"A chronicle of more than five years of travel and quiet observation, these images capture the lives—sometimes flourishing, occasionally stilled—that endure in the face of uncertainty and violence that have become synonymous with the Valley. Soldiers march in the spring tulip gardens of Srinagar; boys jump into the Nagin Lake to cool off; the afternoon sun entangles shadows on loops of razorwire barricades, in the middle of a street; and the biting Baramulla winter cloaks a dismembered doll with snow. Revealing and intimate, Amit Mehra's photographs of Kashmir are as much a conversation with the stunning beauty of the land and its people as they are an effort to engage with its multiple realities."

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