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10,000 memories, london

Details: A panel discussion and student event commemorating the release of 10,000 Memories, the book.

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10,000 memories, london

Details: A lecture followed by a question-answer session on 10,000 Memories, the book.

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10,000 memories, london

Details: A series of talks, featuring guests speakers Gurinder Chadha, OBE, John MacDonnell, MP, Dr. Andrew Whitehead and Dr. Guneeta Singh Bhalla, commemorating the launch of 10,000 Memories and impacts of Partition as felt in Britain.

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10,000 memories, gainesville, florida

Details: An audio-visual community presentation on 10,000 Memories.

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10,000 memories, orlando

Details: An audio-visual community presentation on 10,000 Memories.

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The other side, austin

Details: Art exhibit on Partition, featuring talks by Meena Matai, Guneeta Singh Bhalla, Neha Aziz, Amritjit Singh.

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10,000 memories, berkeley [cancelled due to weather event]

Details: Launch of 10,000 Memories + community festival held at our home location in Berkeley, CA.

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Journeys of separation, mumbai

Details: An audio-visual community presentation on 10,000 Memories.

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10,000 memories, bangalore

Details: Witness live-storytelling and an audio-visual community presentation on 10,000 Memories.

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10,000 memories, delhi

Details: Launch of 10,000 Memories by Dr. Karan Singh, featuring music by Sonam Kalra.

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10,000 memories, kolkata

Details: An audio-visual community presentation on 10,000 Memories.

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Stories in the metro, delhi

Exhibit: Art in the Metro (My Heart Belongs in Delhi, Women During Partition)The Partition of India in 1947 resulted in the largest mass-migration of people in the world till date. In recent years, testimonies of these migrations from those who witnessed the event have begun to emerge, resulting in a better understand of the Partition. Among these, the narratives of women- young and old- are imperative as they alert us on the impact the Partition had on familial life, on homes and ways of living.

Women during Partition explores first-hand accounts with women who witnessed the Partition. Those who refused to leave until months after the Partition, and those who had to leave at just a moment’s notice. Through their stories, through the very nature of archival image, we learn about the circumstances of their migrations. We learn of family, education, the plight of refugees, and the most importantly, the notion of hope.

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The formation of indian identity (delhi)

Details: August 2019 marks 72 years since India gained independence from British rule. An unusual and intriguing set of events in 1947 came to define modern India and it's neighbors, Pakistan and (since 1971) Bangladesh. Numerous kingdoms merged with the erstwhile British territories in the region known collectively as 'British India.' Today's 'India' retained its British name and the 'Indian' identity has since been widely adopted. We explore this transformation of our identity from 1947 through today via live storytelling by those who witnessed pre-Partition and pre-Independence times, and also a panel of experts who will discuss what we have come to learn from oral history, from feminist writings and from the the evolution of the business world in India, 1947 through now. A Q&A session will follow the discussion.
Experts Panel:
Dr. Urvashi Butalia - Author and Publisher, founder of Zubaan
Dr. Guneeta Singh Bhalla - Oral Historian and Physicist, founder of The 1947 Partition Archive
Dr. Anurag Batra - Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, BW Businessworld, and founder exchange4media
Partition Witness Panel:
Tulsi Das Chugh was 16 years old in 1947
Indra Trehon was 14 years old in 1947
Mahesh Chandra was 20 years old in 1947

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Exhibition: my heart belongs in delhi (delhi)

Location: Main Foyer, India Habitat Center
Exhibit:  My Heart Belongs in Delhi Based on previously unpublished research conducted by Dr. Erin Riggs, former Digital Archivist with The 1947 Partition Archive using a combination of archeology and oral history to trace the transformation of Delhi as a city due to the 1947 Partition.

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Voices of partition (delhi)

Details: Come hear rare stories from witnesses of the 1947 Partition, recognized as the world's largest mass refugee crisis. Nearly 2 million died in the communal violence that accompanied Partition, and up to 25 million were uprooted through the 1950's, or 1% of the world's population at the time.
Speaking:
MC: Raghav Sagar (The 1947 Partition Archive)
Moderator: Prof. Nonica Datta (Center for Historical Studies, J. Nehru University)
Partition Witnesses:
Krishan Kalra
Promod Mehra
Yogesh Munjal
Story Collector:
Ritika Popli

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Remembering parition: memory through the ages' (exhibition)

Exhibit: CSVMT and The 1947 Partition Archive bring 'Remembering Partition: Memory Through the Ages,' an exhibition.  Seven decades have passed since the partition of 1947 and still, despite its defining influence on our lives today, the public memories and histories linger only latently. 'Remembering Partition: Memory Through the Ages' is an exhibition curated by the 1947 Partition Archive debuting excerpts from its collection of witness oral histories recalling life before, after and during Partition. This multimedia exhibit highlights the social and cultural effects of the Partition by chronologically referring to various age groups.
Each and every panel of this exhibit presents a unique first hand experience and displays how the pivotal event that determined the subcontinent's contemporary history continues to influence society till today. These narratives are from around the globe, with a special focus on showcasing diversity of experiences across class, caste, gender, as well as geographical location.
It is an exhibit that marries the notions of history, memoir, longing, belonging and inter-generational storytelling. CSVMT in collaboration with 1947 Partition Archive invite you to attend the exhibition..

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Exhibition: untold stories (delhi, india)

Exhibit: Seven decades have passed since the Partition of 1947 and still remnants of it continue to linger only latently in public memories and histories. The forthcoming exhibition by The 1947 Partition Archive will unravel the memories of people who witnessed the days of the Divide. This multimedia exhibit will highlight the socio-cultural ethnography and memory of the Partition by bringing forth those voices that have otherwise been unheard: the story of a woman still living in a refugee camp, separated from her daughter due to the man-made border, how a city-wide BA exam was put on hold due to a referendum in Sylhet, how two brothers converted to Islam to remain on their land while their sister made her way across to India, and how two brothers travelled from Travancore State to the North-West Frontier Province in search of work and were stranded there due to the Divide.
Each and every panel of this exhibit presents a unique first-hand experience and displays how the pivotal event that determined the subcontinent’s contemporary history continues influences society till today. These narratives are from all around the globe, with a special focus on subversive narratives through the lens of class, caste, and gender. The choice of regional locations is diverse and also brings to light narratives of Partition that are often never considered as part of popular imaginary.
Untold Stories invites, for the very first time, public audiences to engage with exemplary oral histories collected by The 1947 Partition Archive over the last 8 years. It is an exhibition that marries the notions of history, memoir, longing and belonging.

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Exhibition: women during partition (delhi, india)

Exhibit: The Partition of India in 1947 resulted in the largest mass-migration of people in the world till date. In recent years, testimonies of these migrations from those who witnessed the event have begun to emerge, resulting in a better understand of the Partition. Among these, the narratives of women- young and old- are imperative as they alert us on the impact the Partition had on familial life, on homes and ways of living.

Women during Partition explores first-hand accounts with women who witnessed the Partition. Those who refused to leave until months after the Partition, and those who had to leave at just a moment’s notice. Through their stories, through the very nature of archival image, we learn about the circumstances of their migrations. We learn of family, education, the plight of refugees, and the most importantly, the notion of hope.

Read More Read Less

Exhibition: memory through the ages (delhi, india)

Exhibit: The 1947 Partition Archive is excited to announce an exclusive partnership with Bikaner House in showcasing oral histories through an exhibition curated by artist and author, Aanchal Malhotra, coordinated by Ritika Popli with design by Shilpa Narain and architecture by Siddharth Wadhwa. The educational public exhibition will also include a series of events including Voices of Partition, film screenings, photography and visual arts exhibitions, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Partition. Lest we forget.  For more information visit our Facebook page.

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10,000 memories, london

Details: A panel discussion and student event commemorating the release of 10,000 Memories, the book.

Read More Read Less

10,000 memories, london

Details: A lecture followed by a question-answer session on 10,000 Memories, the book.

Read More Read Less

10,000 memories, london

Details: A series of talks, featuring guests speakers Gurinder Chadha, OBE, John MacDonnell, MP, Dr. Andrew Whitehead and Dr. Guneeta Singh Bhalla, commemorating the launch of 10,000 Memories and impacts of Partition as felt in Britain.

Read More Read Less

10,000 memories, gainesville, florida

Details: An audio-visual community presentation on 10,000 Memories.

Read More Read Less

10,000 memories, orlando

Details: An audio-visual community presentation on 10,000 Memories.

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The other side, austin

Details: Art exhibit on Partition, featuring talks by Meena Matai, Guneeta Singh Bhalla, Neha Aziz, Amritjit Singh.

Read More Read Less

10,000 memories, berkeley [cancelled due to weather event]

Details: Launch of 10,000 Memories + community festival held at our home location in Berkeley, CA.

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Journeys of separation, mumbai

Details: An audio-visual community presentation on 10,000 Memories.

Read More Read Less

10,000 memories, bangalore

Details: Witness live-storytelling and an audio-visual community presentation on 10,000 Memories.

Read More Read Less

10,000 memories, delhi

Details: Launch of 10,000 Memories by Dr. Karan Singh, featuring music by Sonam Kalra.

Read More Read Less

10,000 memories, kolkata

Details: An audio-visual community presentation on 10,000 Memories.

Read More Read Less

Stories in the metro, delhi

Exhibit: Art in the Metro (My Heart Belongs in Delhi, Women During Partition)The Partition of India in 1947 resulted in the largest mass-migration of people in the world till date. In recent years, testimonies of these migrations from those who witnessed the event have begun to emerge, resulting in a better understand of the Partition. Among these, the narratives of women- young and old- are imperative as they alert us on the impact the Partition had on familial life, on homes and ways of living.

Women during Partition explores first-hand accounts with women who witnessed the Partition. Those who refused to leave until months after the Partition, and those who had to leave at just a moment’s notice. Through their stories, through the very nature of archival image, we learn about the circumstances of their migrations. We learn of family, education, the plight of refugees, and the most importantly, the notion of hope.

Read More Read Less

The formation of indian identity (delhi)

Details: August 2019 marks 72 years since India gained independence from British rule. An unusual and intriguing set of events in 1947 came to define modern India and it's neighbors, Pakistan and (since 1971) Bangladesh. Numerous kingdoms merged with the erstwhile British territories in the region known collectively as 'British India.' Today's 'India' retained its British name and the 'Indian' identity has since been widely adopted. We explore this transformation of our identity from 1947 through today via live storytelling by those who witnessed pre-Partition and pre-Independence times, and also a panel of experts who will discuss what we have come to learn from oral history, from feminist writings and from the the evolution of the business world in India, 1947 through now. A Q&A session will follow the discussion.
Experts Panel:
Dr. Urvashi Butalia - Author and Publisher, founder of Zubaan
Dr. Guneeta Singh Bhalla - Oral Historian and Physicist, founder of The 1947 Partition Archive
Dr. Anurag Batra - Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, BW Businessworld, and founder exchange4media
Partition Witness Panel:
Tulsi Das Chugh was 16 years old in 1947
Indra Trehon was 14 years old in 1947
Mahesh Chandra was 20 years old in 1947

Read More Read Less

Exhibition: my heart belongs in delhi (delhi)

Location: Main Foyer, India Habitat Center
Exhibit:  My Heart Belongs in Delhi Based on previously unpublished research conducted by Dr. Erin Riggs, former Digital Archivist with The 1947 Partition Archive using a combination of archeology and oral history to trace the transformation of Delhi as a city due to the 1947 Partition.

Read More Read Less

Voices of partition (delhi)

Details: Come hear rare stories from witnesses of the 1947 Partition, recognized as the world's largest mass refugee crisis. Nearly 2 million died in the communal violence that accompanied Partition, and up to 25 million were uprooted through the 1950's, or 1% of the world's population at the time.
Speaking:
MC: Raghav Sagar (The 1947 Partition Archive)
Moderator: Prof. Nonica Datta (Center for Historical Studies, J. Nehru University)
Partition Witnesses:
Krishan Kalra
Promod Mehra
Yogesh Munjal
Story Collector:
Ritika Popli

Read More Read Less

Remembering parition: memory through the ages' (exhibition)

Exhibit: CSVMT and The 1947 Partition Archive bring 'Remembering Partition: Memory Through the Ages,' an exhibition.  Seven decades have passed since the partition of 1947 and still, despite its defining influence on our lives today, the public memories and histories linger only latently. 'Remembering Partition: Memory Through the Ages' is an exhibition curated by the 1947 Partition Archive debuting excerpts from its collection of witness oral histories recalling life before, after and during Partition. This multimedia exhibit highlights the social and cultural effects of the Partition by chronologically referring to various age groups.
Each and every panel of this exhibit presents a unique first hand experience and displays how the pivotal event that determined the subcontinent's contemporary history continues to influence society till today. These narratives are from around the globe, with a special focus on showcasing diversity of experiences across class, caste, gender, as well as geographical location.
It is an exhibit that marries the notions of history, memoir, longing, belonging and inter-generational storytelling. CSVMT in collaboration with 1947 Partition Archive invite you to attend the exhibition..

Read More Read Less

Exhibition: untold stories (delhi, india)

Exhibit: Seven decades have passed since the Partition of 1947 and still remnants of it continue to linger only latently in public memories and histories. The forthcoming exhibition by The 1947 Partition Archive will unravel the memories of people who witnessed the days of the Divide. This multimedia exhibit will highlight the socio-cultural ethnography and memory of the Partition by bringing forth those voices that have otherwise been unheard: the story of a woman still living in a refugee camp, separated from her daughter due to the man-made border, how a city-wide BA exam was put on hold due to a referendum in Sylhet, how two brothers converted to Islam to remain on their land while their sister made her way across to India, and how two brothers travelled from Travancore State to the North-West Frontier Province in search of work and were stranded there due to the Divide.
Each and every panel of this exhibit presents a unique first-hand experience and displays how the pivotal event that determined the subcontinent’s contemporary history continues influences society till today. These narratives are from all around the globe, with a special focus on subversive narratives through the lens of class, caste, and gender. The choice of regional locations is diverse and also brings to light narratives of Partition that are often never considered as part of popular imaginary.
Untold Stories invites, for the very first time, public audiences to engage with exemplary oral histories collected by The 1947 Partition Archive over the last 8 years. It is an exhibition that marries the notions of history, memoir, longing and belonging.

Read More Read Less

Exhibition: women during partition (delhi, india)

Exhibit: The Partition of India in 1947 resulted in the largest mass-migration of people in the world till date. In recent years, testimonies of these migrations from those who witnessed the event have begun to emerge, resulting in a better understand of the Partition. Among these, the narratives of women- young and old- are imperative as they alert us on the impact the Partition had on familial life, on homes and ways of living.

Women during Partition explores first-hand accounts with women who witnessed the Partition. Those who refused to leave until months after the Partition, and those who had to leave at just a moment’s notice. Through their stories, through the very nature of archival image, we learn about the circumstances of their migrations. We learn of family, education, the plight of refugees, and the most importantly, the notion of hope.

Read More Read Less

Exhibition: memory through the ages (delhi, india)

Exhibit: The 1947 Partition Archive is excited to announce an exclusive partnership with Bikaner House in showcasing oral histories through an exhibition curated by artist and author, Aanchal Malhotra, coordinated by Ritika Popli with design by Shilpa Narain and architecture by Siddharth Wadhwa. The educational public exhibition will also include a series of events including Voices of Partition, film screenings, photography and visual arts exhibitions, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Partition. Lest we forget.  For more information visit our Facebook page.

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Forgotten frontlines, berkeley, california

Details: Coming this fall to Berkeley in a collaboration between The 1947 Partition Archive and Pacific Atrocities Education.
Frontlines: World War II's Asia-Pacific Theater and the Road to Partition. An outdoor exhibition, held adjacent to the Downtown Berkeley Farmer's market. The exhibit features forgotten histories from the China-Burma-India theatre of World War II, as told through community voices, juxta positioned with a community festival themed on pan-Asian cultures, honing in on the China-Myanmar-India triangle.

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Forgotten frontlines, san jose, california

Details: Coming this fall to San Jose in a collaboration between The 1947 Partition Archive and Pacific Attrocities Education - Forgotten
Frontlines: World War II's Asia-Pacific Theater and the Road to Partition. An exibition on forgotten histories, featuring community voices, juxtapositioned with a community festival themed on pan-Asian cultures, honing in on the China-Myanmar-India triangle.

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