India, Feb. 14 -- A 25-year-old Shahida Khanum has turned her ancestral home into a museum to preserve the cultural heritage of Gujjar tribe.

A resident of Aragam village in Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora district seeks to revive the traditional attire of his tribe. Aragam village in north Kashmir overlooks Asia's largest freshwater lake, Wular.

"My aim is that the Gujjar Bakarwal tribe should get a place to represent themselves in the nation and the world somewhere so that the community could also move forward with others", Shahida told UNI.

A Bachelor of Arts (BA), Shahida did her initial studies from the Government Girls School Aragam and completed class XII from the higher secondary School of the village. She graduated from the Gove...