Kashmir floods change lives of these children



The devastating floods in Kashmir last month has left the children from affected areas in a state of longing – longing for their toys, books, home, and schools that were either swept by the floodwater or submerged. As Kashmir is gradually picking up towards recovery and getting back life together, The Kashmir Walla sent photographer, Muhabit ul Haq, to find out children from these affected villages and towns in Srinagar, Kulgam, Islamabad, and Bandipora districts of the region. The expressions and the locations in these pictures give a detailed account of how life has changed for them.

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