Guest post bySHIRAZ HASSAN
The entry to a temple in Gunjmandi. All photos by Shiraz Hasan
In the early 19th century, the British made Rawalpindi the central seat of military power as they aimed towards Afghanistan. This was in line with their strategic approach towards the Russian Empire in order to enjoy and retain complete control over central Asia. Known as the Great Game, the conflict continues today in another form.
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