In Pics: Do these pics suggest peace has returned to the Valley?
Bengaluru, Nov 23: While Kashmir was shut for over 130 days, since last week things seems to have changed a little. Reports show that life is slowly returning back to normal and people are slowly getting out of their homes to carry out their daily routine that was before the shutdown.
With winter just round the corner, Kashmiri are making the most of their newly found freedom. People are seen thronging to the markets, enjoying the weather and such. While there have been restrictions in some areas, most of the region remains protest-free for the time being.
Here are some images that show how Kashmiris spend their time these days:
People enjoy autumn in Kashmir
A family enjoys autumn as they hurler auburn Chinar leaves at Mughal garden Nishat in Srinagar. Kashmir was under shutdown for nearly 130 days.
Farmers began business as usual in Kashmir
A farmer rowing his boat loaded with radish at interior Dal Lake during a foggy day in Srinagar.
Golfers seen 'put'ting at Royal Spring Golf course
Golfers in action during Autumn Golf tournament during fogy weather at Royal Spring Golf Course, in Srinagar.
With winter round the counter, tourism may return to normal
A fisherman rowing his boat at Dal Lake during a foggy day in Srinagar.