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Between 1930 and 1990, the land of Jammu and Kashmir witnessed multiple episodes of violence and forced migration. However, these traumatic experiences still remain unheard due to ongoing politics within and outside the territory.
With a mission to record these untold stories and preserve the traumatic experiences of forced dispersion of communities from the Valley, we started Kasmir Untold, a digital repository of Kashmiri tangible and intangible heritage that aims to dismantle the binary representation of Kashmir and Kashmiris and re-present their stories through the lens of material memory.
This project has been conceptualized by Prateeksha Pathak, a graduate student at York University, Canada.
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