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To many, the variation of stones in terms of their colour and size is beautiful. To others, their primitive form was never enough. Thus sculptors and stonemasons of old gave them form in magnificent statues and monuments. But do we always acknowledge the people behind the quarrying of this essential resource? PHOTOS: K.K. NAYAN, TEXT: SHAHRUKH IKHTEAR

STONE

To many, the variation of stones in terms of their colour and size is beautiful. To others, their primitive form was never enough. Thus sculptors and stonemasons of old gave them form in magnificent statues and monuments. But do we always acknowledge the people behind the quarrying of this essential resource? PHOTOS: K.K. NAYAN, TEXT: SHAHRUKH IKHTEAR

STONE

To many, the variation of stones in terms of their colour and size is beautiful. To others, their primitive form was never enough. Thus sculptors and stonemasons of old gave them form in magnificent statues and monuments. But do we always acknowledge the people behind the quarrying of this essential resource? PHOTOS: K.K. NAYAN, TEXT: SHAHRUKH IKHTEAR

STONE

To many, the variation of stones in terms of their colour and size is beautiful. To others, their primitive form was never enough. Thus sculptors and stonemasons of old gave them form in magnificent statues and monuments. But do we always acknowledge the people behind the quarrying of this essential resource? PHOTOS: K.K. NAYAN, TEXT: SHAHRUKH IKHTEAR

STONE

To many, the variation of stones in terms of their colour and size is beautiful. To others, their primitive form was never enough. Thus sculptors and stonemasons of old gave them form in magnificent statues and monuments. But do we always acknowledge the people behind the quarrying of this essential resource? PHOTOS: K.K. NAYAN, TEXT: SHAHRUKH IKHTEAR

STONE

To many, the variation of stones in terms of their colour and size is beautiful. To others, their primitive form was never enough. Thus sculptors and stonemasons of old gave them form in magnificent statues and monuments. But do we always acknowledge the people behind the quarrying of this essential resource? PHOTOS: K.K. NAYAN, TEXT: SHAHRUKH IKHTEAR

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