SRINAGAR: Kashmir Life photographer Bilal Bahadur had Iftaar with the inmates of Rahat Manzil on Friday. He clicked some images from the home, which is an address to almost 300 orphans right now.

Seniors at the Rahat Manzil take care of the distributions and the younger lot queues up to collect the Iftaar. It is a very organised routine. KL Image: Bilal Bahadur
Rahat Manzil is home to around 300 orphans. It is usually the prayer time or the month of Ramzan when they can be seen together like this. KL Image: Bilal Bahadur
With plates ready, it is the time to wait till the clock ticks the Iftaar time. KL Image: Bilal Bahadur
Before breaking the fast, it is the time for brief prayer. KL Image: Bilal Bahadur
Finally the breakfast, after a day-long hunger and thirst, it is time to eat – dates, juices, basil seeds with milk and fereni. KL Image: Bilal Bahdur
Over the years the Rahat Manzil – also called Yateem Khana, has emerged major facility for the orphans across Jammu and Kashmir. It is home to around 300 inmates right now. KL Image: Bilal Bahadur


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