A new optimism is apparent at the shrine of Chanan Pir, located approximately 50 kilometres outside Bahawalpur. The mood at the first urs after Independence and accession of Bahawalpur to Pakistan is festive. - Photo Credit: © Henri Cartier-Bresson Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum Photos
A new optimism is apparent at the shrine of Chanan Pir, located approximately 50 kilometres outside Bahawalpur. The mood at the first urs after Independence and accession of Bahawalpur to Pakistan is festive. - Photo Credit: © Henri Cartier-Bresson Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum Photos

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