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I returned to my hometown one rainy summer, after almost a decade. Once so familiar, I was discovering it like a new territory. The river Jamuna, which used to be miles away, was at a walking distance now. It has changed the landscape, forced my relatives away, and made us rootless. The photos I took by its bank brought back long lost memories. PHOTO & TEXT: KAISAR AHMED

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I returned to my hometown one rainy summer, after almost a decade. Once so familiar, I was discovering it like a new territory. The river Jamuna, which used to be miles away, was at a walking distance now. It has changed the landscape, forced my relatives away, and made us rootless. The photos I took by its bank brought back long lost memories. PHOTO & TEXT: KAISAR AHMED

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I returned to my hometown one rainy summer, after almost a decade. Once so familiar, I was discovering it like a new territory. The river Jamuna, which used to be miles away, was at a walking distance now. It has changed the landscape, forced my relatives away, and made us rootless. The photos I took by its bank brought back long lost memories. PHOTO & TEXT: KAISAR AHMED

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I returned to my hometown one rainy summer, after almost a decade. Once so familiar, I was discovering it like a new territory. The river Jamuna, which used to be miles away, was at a walking distance now. It has changed the landscape, forced my relatives away, and made us rootless. The photos I took by its bank brought back long lost memories. PHOTO & TEXT: KAISAR AHMED

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I returned to my hometown one rainy summer, after almost a decade. Once so familiar, I was discovering it like a new territory. The river Jamuna, which used to be miles away, was at a walking distance now. It has changed the landscape, forced my relatives away, and made us rootless. The photos I took by its bank brought back long lost memories. PHOTO & TEXT: KAISAR AHMED

HOME

I returned to my hometown one rainy summer, after almost a decade. Once so familiar, I was discovering it like a new territory. The river Jamuna, which used to be miles away, was at a walking distance now. It has changed the landscape, forced my relatives away, and made us rootless. The photos I took by its bank brought back long lost memories. PHOTO & TEXT: KAISAR AHMED

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