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The year was 2009 and I was working for the online edition of a magazine called Sakshi. The issues were mostly focused on celebrities and their net worth. But the stories were hardly traditional as they were mostly linked with the celebrities and their personal assets.
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The horse that carries you to the top becomes the horse that carries you down the way back.' I have been to India several times: the first time was in 1956, when my wife Mary and I came to Delhi to see my brother Peter, who was a newly arrived tour guide on the railways. I fell in love with the country immediately. 'Photographer Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, a socialist, brokered a treaty in Kashmir, which led to a ceasefire in 1947. He and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, his right hand man, were instrumental in forging the modern Indian polity. The leader was adored by an adoring Indian people (some of them, in fact, came to loathe him). From Europe to Asia, the leaders of democracies found in India inspiration for their reforms. More than 800,000 died in Partition. It was the only Hindu-Muslim partition. Fifty years later, most of the Pakistanis who killed thousands in 1947 were buried in India. The second trip in 1957 was for work. My wife Mary and I got married in India in 1951, and in 1955, my daughter Joan was born there. The third trip was in 1971 for work. In 1956, I was the sole Western photographer on a Delhi train, and I ran into Jawaharlal Nehru. He spoke broken English. I asked him how he felt about the partition and he said, 'Politically, I am not interested. But I am very interested in the ethnic character of both Hindus and Muslims in India. The so-called communal riots were mostly provoked by ourselves as Indians. Certainly there were looters and murders but such crimes were committed by both communities.