In Frames: Mustard Bloom Turns Kashmir Yellow

In Frames: Mustard Bloom Turns Kashmir Yellow
Children are seen playing in mustard fields in Kunzer area of north Kashmir's Baramulla district. [Mubashir Khan for Greater Kashmir]
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Yellow mustard flowers are a sign that the sunny days are back in Kashmir after a chilling spell of six months. [Mubashir Khan for Greater Kashmir]
The sowing is done in the months of September and October and after the rising temperature causes flowers to bloom, they are harvested by the end of May. [Mubashir Khan for Greater Kashmir]
A man works on a mustard field in Kunzer area of north Kashmir's Baramulla district. [Mubashir Khan for Greater Kashmir]
A shepherd along with his grazing flock near a mustard field in south Kashmir's Pampore area. [Mubashir Khan for Greater Kashmir]
Mustard is the main winter crop of Kashmir even as the mustard oil is majorly used in Kashmir homes to cook dishes. [Mubashir Khan for Greater kashmir]

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