Kashmir extends over parts of Sections 1, 2, 3, 4; and here's *a large modern map*
Srinagar: some glimpses of the capital city in artists' eyes
Some early photos of Srinagar
Dal Lake is Srinagar's primary tourist attraction
Another traditional tourist attraction: Srinagar's "Bridge of Shops"
Some modern tourist posters
Kashmiri craftsmen have been famous for centuries
Some artists' views of life in Kashmir
Kashmir and Kashmiris: some nineteenth-century photographs
*Ranjit Singh* took Kashmir in 1819; after his death and the First Anglo-Sikh War, the British sold Kashmir to their ally Gulab Singh in 1846
The famous "Line of Control" at Kargil marks only the latest of all too many border disputes

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