Between 1947 and 1971, the border village of Hundarman Broq was located in Pakistan. But when the dust settled after the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, the village was suddenly part of India. Many villagers who'd fled their homes at the time remained Pakistani citizens, while those who'd stayed home became Indian citizens overnight. Without a way to cross the border, many residents of Hundarman Broq had no way to see their families again.
To keep their memories alive, Mohd Ilyas Ansari founded Unlock Hundarman Museum of Memories. The museum showcases objects left behind by the villagers who never returned home to this small border town, and is a poignant way to remember all the divided families in India and Pakistan.