The village that lost its country

The village that lost its country
The village that lost its country

Turtuk was part of Pakistan until 1971, when the Indian army occupied the village during a border war along the Line of Control and never gave it back.

The village that lost its country View image of A tumultuous history (Credit: Credit: Dave Stamboulis)

The village that lost its country View image of India’s Balti village (Credit: Credit: Dave Stamboulis)

The village that lost its country View image of Divided by a border (Credit: Credit: Dave Stamboulis)

The village that lost its country View image of An ingenious cooling solution (Credit: Credit: Dave Stamboulis)

The village that lost its country View image of Shades of green (Credit: Credit: Dave Stamboulis)

The village that lost its country View image of Culturally faithful (Credit: Credit: Dave Stamboulis)

The village that lost its country View image of Autumn colours (Credit: Credit: Dave Stamboulis)

The village that lost its country View image of A thriving world (Credit: Credit: Dave Stamboulis)