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James Gist of Panathinaikos superfoods and supporter celebrate the Greek championship after winning the fifth and final play-off game of the Greek Basketball league finals against Olympiacos BC. (Final score 84-70)James Gist of Panathinaikos superfoods and supporter celebrate the Greek championship after winning the fifth and final play-off game of the Greek Basketball league finals against Olympiacos BC. (Final score 84-70)

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Panathinaikos Superfoods - Olympiacos BC 84-70 , In wins 3-2

Ahmed stands outside the door of his house in al-Bureij refugee camp on the second day of Eid al-Fitr, celebrated by Muslims.
Ahmed Jawad Mahmoud Othman a 19-year-old Palestinian youth from al-Bureij refugee camp in the southern Gaza Strip was shot in the left leg by live bullets during clashes between Palestinian civilians and Israeli soldiers on the Gaza Strip border east of al-Boreij refugee camp in a protest of US President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. And the transfer of the US Embassy to Jerusalem.Ahmed stands outside the door of his house in al-Bureij refugee camp on the second day of Eid al-Fitr, celebrated by Muslims.
Ahmed Jawad Mahmoud Othman a 19-year-old Palestinian youth from al-Bureij refugee camp in the southern Gaza Strip was shot in the left leg by live bullets during clashes between Palestinian civilians and Israeli soldiers on the Gaza Strip border east of al-Boreij refugee camp in a protest of US President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. And the transfer of the US Embassy to Jerusalem.

Protest victim in Gaza, Palestine

Ahmed Jawad Mahmoud Othman a 19-year-old Palestinian youth from al-Bureij refugee camp in the southern Gaza Strip was shot in the left leg by live bullets during clashes between Palestinian civilians and Israeli soldiers on the Gaza Strip border east of al-Boreij refugee camp in a protest of US President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. And the transfer of the US Embassy to Jerusalem.

A local spokesperson stands by the site where survivors are hoping to build a museum to commemorate the 2004 massacre in Lukodi, when dozens of people were killed after the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked the village.
Medics create prosthetics for some of the thousands of Ugandan land mine victims, who have come to Gulu Hospital, northern Uganda, since the start of the two-decade war with the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA).A local spokesperson stands by the site where survivors are hoping to build a museum to commemorate the 2004 massacre in Lukodi, when dozens of people were killed after the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked the village.
Medics create prosthetics for some of the thousands of Ugandan land mine victims, who have come to Gulu Hospital, northern Uganda, since the start of the two-decade war with the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA).

Land mine victims in northern Uganda, Uganda

Medics create prosthetics for some of the thousands of Ugandan land mine victims, who have come to Gulu Hospital, northern Uganda, since the start of the two-decade war with the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA).

Kota Sarang Semut Volunteer Fire Brigade arrived at the fire scene and quickly disperse to control the fire involving three factories in Sungai Petani. The fire broke at 1:00 PM and razed a plastic recycling centre, a plywood processing factory and a casket factory. Fire fighters were having a hard time to control the fire due to wind condition and flammable products.Kota Sarang Semut Volunteer Fire Brigade arrived at the fire scene and quickly disperse to control the fire involving three factories in Sungai Petani. The fire broke at 1:00 PM and razed a plastic recycling centre, a plywood processing factory and a casket factory. Fire fighters were having a hard time to control the fire due to wind condition and flammable products.

Three factories destroyed by fire in Sungai Petani

The fire broke at 1:00 PM and razed a plastic recycling centre, a plywood processing factory and a casket factory. Fire fighters were having a hard time to control the fire due to wind condition and flammable products.

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Kids seen standing at an open road side retail shop.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.Kids seen standing at an open road side retail shop.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Kids seen standing at an open road side retail shop. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Two young women standing staring.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.Two young women standing staring.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Two young women standing staring. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old lady smiling at the camera.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.An old lady smiling at the camera.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old lady smiling at the camera. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A group of women picking stones.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A group of women picking stones.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A group of women picking stones. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old woman carrying stones in a bowl on her head.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.An old woman carrying stones in a bowl on her head.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old woman carrying stones in a bowl on her head. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old man with eye glasses.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.An old man with eye glasses.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old man with eye glasses. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Women seen loading a truck with stones.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.Women seen loading a truck with stones.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Women seen loading a truck with stones. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Young women standing next to a house with small goats.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.Young women standing next to a house with small goats.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Young women standing next to a house with small goats. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Women sitting on the ground with a kid.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.Women sitting on the ground with a kid.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Women sitting on the ground with a kid. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old man smoking a pipe.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.An old man smoking a pipe.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old man smoking a pipe. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old woman sitting at the door way of her house.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.An old woman sitting at the door way of her house.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old woman sitting at the door way of her house. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old woman sitting at the door way of her house.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.An old woman sitting at the door way of her house.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old woman sitting at the door way of her house. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A young lady all veiled up smiles at the camera.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A young lady all veiled up smiles at the camera.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A young lady all veiled up smiles at the camera. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Camels drinking from a hole next to a man.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.Camels drinking from a hole next to a man.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Camels drinking from a hole next to a man. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A woman carrying a bowl on her head.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A woman carrying a bowl on her head.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A woman carrying a bowl on her head. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old woman sitting next to a water source.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.An old woman sitting next to a water source.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old woman sitting next to a water source. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A young woman standing with a small goat next to a house.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A young woman standing with a small goat next to a house.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A young woman standing with a small goat next to a house. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A young girl standing staring.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A young girl standing staring.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A young girl standing staring. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A woman veiling her self smiling at the camera.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A woman veiling her self smiling at the camera.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A woman veiling her self smiling at the camera. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A woman standing smiling at the camera.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A woman standing smiling at the camera.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A woman standing smiling at the camera. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Young boys seen standing staring with a bicycle.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.Young boys seen standing staring with a bicycle.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Young boys seen standing staring with a bicycle. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old man staring.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.An old man staring.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old man staring. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A view of the village from a distance.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A view of the village from a distance.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A view of the village from a distance. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A man seen staring while breaking stones.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A man seen staring while breaking stones.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A man seen staring while breaking stones. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A woman carrying a kid in her arms.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A woman carrying a kid in her arms.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A woman carrying a kid in her arms. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Kids playing on top of a building.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.Kids playing on top of a building.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Kids playing on top of a building. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A woman seen laying on the ground.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A woman seen laying on the ground.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A woman seen laying on the ground. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Women seen standing staring.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.Women seen standing staring.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

Women seen standing staring. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A man is seen standing staring.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A man is seen standing staring.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A man is seen standing staring. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old man sitting on the side of road next to an elephant.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.An old man sitting on the side of road next to an elephant.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old man sitting on the side of road next to an elephant. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old man standing on the side of road.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.An old man standing on the side of road.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

An old man standing on the side of road. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A young boy holding a cigarette in his hand.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A young boy holding a cigarette in his hand.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A young boy holding a cigarette in his hand. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A boy carrying a younger kid on his shoulders.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.A boy carrying a younger kid on his shoulders.
The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh.
However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.

A boy carrying a younger kid on his shoulders. The partition of India accompanied the creation of two independent states, India and East and West Pakistan (East Pakistan now known as Bangladesh). India was formed out of the majority Hindu regions, while Pakistan from the majority Muslim regions. The partition saw many people displaced and overwhelming inter communal violence. By 1948, as the great migration drew to a close, almost two million people from both sides, were dead. The violence was particularly bad in the states straddling the new borders, including Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, and Sindh. However, despite Rajasthan being the largest state along the border, it saw relatively little violence compared to its neighbor states. Today, around 7% of Rajasthan’s population are Muslim, often living in small, isolated villages scattered along Pakistan’s border in the Thar Desert. Muslims and Hindus are still co - existing here as they were during one of the wider regions most violent past times. Muslims in Thar avoid eating cow meat out of respect for Hindus, and during the month of Ramadan Hindus do not eat in front of their fasting Muslim neighbors.