A refugee camp set up after the 1947 Partition of Indian subcontinent in Pakistani side of Punjab. A group of refugees are sitting on charpoys with their few belongings that they had managed to bring from India. With very few means to set up shelter, any kind of reinforcement was a luxury. Hence the foundations of the ruined structure would have been a great asset and comfort during this challenging phase of their lives.
This image is from the collection of F.E. Chaudhry, the only known local Pakistani photographer who captured the events at the time.