Zero Bridge

Amrit submitted this entry 11 years ago


Thats a fascinating and typical kashmiri anecdote
Samir wrote this 1 year ago
A 60 year old bridge over the Jhelum dismantled in 2012. According to NDTV
"The bridge was constructed by a local contractor who was deaf. 'Zorr' means deaf in Kashmiri and the bridge was initially known as the 'Zorr Bridge' which later changed to Zero Bridge," said an elder living across the Jhelum River in Rajbagh residential area.
Amrit wrote this 11 years ago

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