‘‘How Grateful I must feel to the kindly fate which allowed me to do so much of my work in Kashmir for the last 55 years.’’  
- Sir Aurel Stein
En route to Kishenganga, Kashmir, 1942
A portrait of a Sanskritist who showed that in the higher reaches of human spirit, there is neither East nor West, that humanity is one, beneath the trappings of custom and skin, that in a sense in quest of learning and knowledge, man is classless. A homage to his work, achievements and his relations with his adopted home and its natives. A journey into Sanskrit treasures and archaeology of old Kashmir through some new finds and lesser known facts.
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