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  • Description:  Mughlee Bhat being photographed for the first time. Srinagar, Kashmir, India. May 25, 2008. Famous for its natural beauty, Kashmir refers to the Indian-administered state of Jammu and Kashmir consisting of the Kashmir valley, Jammu and Ladakh; the Pakistani-administered provinces of the Northern Areas and Azad Kashmir, and the Chinese-administered region of Aksai Chin. About 12 million people live in Kashmir, of which around 70% are Muslims. The rest include Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists. Hindus live mostly in the south and around the city of Jammu. To the east is the Ladakh region, where the majority of the people are Buddhists and of Tibetan origin. Most of the Kashmiri people work on farms. Others are engaged in small industries making shawls, rugs and carpets. Kashmir is well known for its wool and, in particular, its shawls and carpets. Source: www.wikipedia.com
  • Credits:  Shahidul Alam/Drik/Majority World
  • Keywords:  asia, carpet, color, colour, country, countryside, developing countries, developing country, disputed region, females, headscarf, home, horizontal, india, kashmir, kashmiri women, majority world, mud home, portrait, region, room, rural, rural women, shahidul alam, south asia, srinagar, third world, tour, tourism, travel, village, women
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  • Photographer:  Shahidul Alam
  • Owner:  Shahidul Alam
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  • Description: Mughlee Bhat being photographed for the first time. Srinagar, Kashmir, India. May 25, 2008. Famous for its natural beauty, Kashmir refers to the Indian-administered state of Jammu and Kashmir consisting of the Kashmir valley, Jammu and Ladakh; the Pakistani-administered provinces of the Northern Areas and Azad Kashmir, and the Chinese-administered region of Aksai Chin. About 12 million people live in Kashmir, of which around 70% are Muslims. The rest include Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists. Hindus live mostly in the south and around the city of Jammu. To the east is the Ladakh region, where the majority of the people are Buddhists and of Tibetan origin. Most of the Kashmiri people work on farms. Others are engaged in small industries making shawls, rugs and carpets. Kashmir is well known for its wool and, in particular, its shawls and carpets. Source: www.wikipedia.com
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  • Image Description: Mughlee Bhat being photographed for the first time. Srinagar, Kashmir, India. May 25, 2008. Famous for its natural beauty, Kashmir refers to the Indian-administered state of Jammu and Kashmir consisting of the Kashmir valley, Jammu and Ladakh; the Pakista
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