Human Dimension

The Indian Partition in Literature and Films: History, Politics, and Aesthetics

Rini Bhattacharya Mehta

"India: a people partitioned" (BBC Radio Documentaries)

Andrew Whitehead

From Website: " In 1997, after four years as a BBC correspondent based in Delhi, I had the enviable opportunity of making a radio series for the BBC World Service to mark the fiftieth anniversary of India's and Pakistan's independence. India: a people partitioned sought to be a social history of Partition: not about the high politics of independence, nor about the British Raj and those who upheld it, but about the lived experience of the millions who were caught up in the Partition whirlwind.

East-West (Purbo-Paschim) Part One

Sunil Gangopadhyay
Sahitya Akademi

Troubled Pilgrimage: Passage to Pakistan

Balwant Bhaneja
TSAR Publications

Savage Harvest: Stories of Partition

Mohinder Singh Sarna, Navtej Sarna
Rupa & Co

The Old Indian Photos: Historical Old VIntage Photographs of the Indian Subcontinent

This website features "historical old rare vintage photographs and Videos of Indian Subcontinent," including photos taken during the Partition of India.

Photographs from India Post-Independence

Monica Ghosh
University of Hawaii at Manoa

This website features "the 36 photographs from India post-independence that have been digitalized in this collection were found in 2002, in a manila envelope, while cleanin gout a file cabinet used for storage. Since then the photographs have been housed in the Preservation Department at the University of Hawai'i Library."

Getty Images: India 1947

Getty Images

A collection of photographic images relating to the 1947 Partition of India. Some notable photographers included in this collection are Margaret Bourke-White, Bert Hardy, and Robert Nickelsberg.

Through My Eyes: Stories of Conflict, Belonging & Identity

Imperial War Museum Trading Company Ltd.

Summary: Through My Eyes is an online exhibition created by the Imperial War Museum. It features personal stories of war, conflict, belonging, and identity from the Indian Partition and other historical contexts.