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Homelands: Art from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan

Amy Tobin
Devika Singh
Kettle's Yard
2019

Partition Literature and Cinema

Jaydip Sarkar
Rupayan Mukherjee
Routledge
2020

Evolution of the Sikh Partition Narrative Since 1947

Author(s): 
Shyamal Kataria
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Sikh Formations: Religion, Culture, Theory
www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17448727.2021.1939509

The partition of India in 1947 was, and undoubtedly remains, the most turbulent episode in the recent history of the subcontinent. Of course, the reading of Partition history, be it through its humanitarian or political dimension, is anything but uniform. It is observable that a group narrative of Partition exists for each community directly affected by the event – that is to say, Hindu, Muslim and Sikh respectively.

Mapmaking, Partition Stories from 2 Bengals

Debjani Sengupta
Srishti Publishers & Distributors
2008

Animosity at Bay: An Alternative History of the India-Pakistan Relationship, 1947 to 1952

Pallavi Raghavan
Harper
2020

The end of an era; Hyderabad memories

Kanaiyalal Maneklal Munshi
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
1957

Divided by Partition United by Resilience : 21 Inspirational Stories from 1947

Mallika Ahluwalia
Rupa
2019

Partition of India and Other Related Matters

Baren Ray
IMH
2002

Partition of India: Rethinking

Amarjit Singh
Kanishka Publishers
2017

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