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3Novices:How Uygurs and Tibetans found unity in Kashmir

On the banks of the Jhelum River in downtown Srinagar, capital of Indian-administered Kashmir, stands a nondescript two-storey building. Most people are unaware of the glorious and colourful history behind this pale brown, brick structure.
While some people claim the structure, Yarkand Sarai, was built by the Mughals in the 19th century, others believe it was a gift to the local community from the Dogra rulers in the 18th century.
Either way, like most sarai (marketplaces that doubled as…
May 20, 2017 at 05:30AM http://ift.tt/2qD9o1m
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