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‘A certain terror’: corporeality and religion in narratives of the 1947 India/Pakistan partition

Anindya Raychaudhuri
Oral History Forum d'historie Oral
2017

The Persistence of Partitions: A Study of the Sindhi Hindus in India

Author(s): 
Rita Kothari
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Taylor and Francis Online
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1369801X.2011.597597

Abstract: This essay is based on my engagement with the Sindhi-speaking Hindu minority of Sindh that migrated to India in and around 1947, when the province of Sindh became a part of Pakistan. It privileges therefore a specific religious group and its response and negotiation to a specific moment. My current research on Sindhi-speaking Muslims along the border interrogates the classification of ‘Sindhis’ as a spatially fixed identity, and revisits the state-endorsed premises of irrevocability and border-formation.

Memories and Postmemories of the Partition of India

Anjali Roy
Routledge
2021

ITIHAS SAMPRADAIKATA O BRAHMANYATANTRA

CHANDRA, PULAK
Dey's Publishing
2015

Genocide in East Pakistan/Bangladesh: A Horror Story. ( Bengali Edition)

Bhattacharyya, S. K.
A Ghosh
1998

Making a Muslim: Reading Publics and Contesting Identities in Nineteenth-Century North India

Zaidi, S. Akbar
Cambridge University Press
2021

Tyrany of Partition: Hindus in Bangladesh and Muslims in India

Sinha, Kathinka
Gyan Publishing House
2006

Refugees, Borders and Identities Hardcover

Ghoshal, Anindita
Routledge
2020

A Life Long Ago

Sunanda Sikdar
Anchita Ghatak
Penguin Books
2012

Reading Partition, Living Partition

Jain, Jasbir
Rawat Publications
2007

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