A lot has been said about the atrocities of the Indian government in Kashmir. We’ve heard the stories of the bereaved, we’ve seen the police check-posts. The militant leaders who once wanted to join Pakistan are now ‘separatists’, photographed annually as they help Amarnath yatris. But, there is another story from Kashmir—the story of Kashmiri Pandits. Rahul Pandita left his ancestral home in Kashmir in 1990. Twenty three years later, he relives his trauma in his book,&nb