Mohammad Dar's family and Rafiq, a Hindu tailor, reveal how the early days of the conflict changed the shape of their everyday lives, and also their futures.
The fate of the Pandits, the Kashmiri Hindus, many of whom were forced to flee the valley as the conflict took hold.
Arshad recounts the unsettling memory of an armed attack by militants on his family home.
How the lives of Kashmir's women were altered by the conflict.
The effects of the conflict are compounded by the 2005 earthquake.
Mohammad Dar's tireless work for the relief effort leads him to start a new career as an aid worker.