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TRAUMA: VOICES ON PARTITION OF INDIA By Dr. RAJU J PATOLE
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Train to Pakistan is one of the most excellent novels written on the theme of Partition and is Khushwant Singh’s paramount novel. It was written in London during a time when he was functioning... More > with Krishna Menon and they apprehended each other in reciprocated dislike.< Less
Forgotten Atrocities: Memoirs of a Survivor of the 1947 Partition of India By Bal K. Gupta
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This is an eye witness account of the 1947 British partition of India, focusing on the atrocities committed in a concentration camp located on the border of India and Pakistan.
Forgotten Atrocities: Memoirs of a Survivor of the 1947 Partition of India By Bal K. Gupta
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This is an eye witness account of the 1947 British partition of India, focusing on the atrocities committed in a concentration camp located on the border of India and Pakistan.
PARTITION: HISTORY AND FICTIONAL INGENUITY By Dr. RAJU J PATOLE
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The Partition of India, 1947 is undoubtedly the most cataclysmic event in India’s contemporary history. India’s freedom was accompanied by a, …holocaust of unconscionable horror... More > that bit deeply into the memories of its inhabitants1. In terms of its scale and its wide - ranging impact, Partition remains the singularly most important event and turning point. Ten to twelve millions people moved, within few months, between India and Pakistan.< Less
History of India By Dr. Prakash M Badiger
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THE historical backdrop of Ancient India is a past filled with thirty hundreds of years of human culture and advance. It partitions itself into a few unmistakable periods, every one of which, for... More > length of years, will contrast and the whole history of numerous a cutting edge individuals. The most punctual date guaranteed by current researchers for its most established scholarly landmark, the Rig-Veda, is about 2000 B. c. Indeed, even at that remote age, Hindu human progress more likely than not been hundreds or thousands of years old, furthermore, from that time the artistic works of progressive periods shape a consistent photo of the way of life and the historical backdrop of India for three thousand years, so full, so clear, that he who runs may read.< Less
Amritsar-The Golden City of India By Students’ Academy
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Introduction ...... History of the Golden City ....... After the Raj-Partition of 1947 ........ Modern Amritsar .......... Geography and... More > Climate...... Demographics ...... Transport....... Air ......... Rail .... Road Places of Interest in Amritsar ....... Golden Temple ...... Harmandir Sahib ....... Akal Takht....... Rambagh Gardens ...... Durgiana Temple ....... Jallaianwala Bagh........ Tower of Baba Atal..... Central Museum ......... Ram Tirth....... Religious Places in and Around Amritsar< Less
Amritsar-The Golden City of India By Students’ Academy
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Introduction ...... History of the Golden City ....... After the Raj-Partition of 1947 ........ Modern Amritsar .......... Geography and... More > Climate...... Demographics ...... Transport....... Air ......... Rail .... Road Places of Interest in Amritsar ....... Golden Temple ...... Harmandir Sahib ....... Akal Takht....... Rambagh Gardens ...... Durgiana Temple ....... Jallaianwala Bagh........ Tower of Baba Atal..... Central Museum ......... Ram Tirth....... Religious Places in and Around Amritsar< Less
Resolving the Kashmir Conflict between India and Pakistan – Interviews with Krishna, Hakima, Kali and the MI6 Agent Lucie By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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The Kashmir conflict between India and Pakistan being scary and heartbreaking in equal measure, the God Krishna makes a mediation attempt, to make peace between the two nuclear states. With both... More > Indian and Pakistani people actually getting excited about the prospect of war, the odds are stacked against Krishna to make peace. But there is still hope. If he can convince the two Nuclear Goddesses, Kali and Hakima – who hold sway over the darker emotions of their countrymen – to make peace, actual war might be averted. Luckily there is also some common ground between Hakima and Kali to work with. They both like wearing Kashmir; the two of them being crazy about the stuff. Not only wearing Kashmir sweaters, but also Kashmir underwear; both Kali and Hakima having developed a fetish to sexy Kashmir lingerie, to arouse the Indian and Pakistani men, so that they can have good sex with them. Hence there is not enough Kashmir to go around for everybody – both India and Pakistan being crazy about the stuff...< Less
Flying with a Broken Wing By Sat Mehta
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Flying with a Broken Wing tells the true story of a boy growing up in India in turbulent times. Sat Mehta was five years old when he and his family became refugees, caught up in the biggest migration... More > in modern history at the time of Independence. His home was destroyed, his uncle murdered. Once very wealthy farmers, the Mehtas became destitute. Later, Sat suffered a broken arm – complications set in and amputation seemed inevitable. As he lay in hospital, a world famous surgeon, Professor Robert Roaf, strode on to the ward, choosing “hopeless cases” to help. Sat got a second chance. The gratitude he felt for the great man’s skill shaped the rest of Sat’s life. He qualified as a doctor and arrived in England, where he has lived and worked for 30 years. He says of his life: “It is a story of a disappearing world, sadhus, snakes and baking sun, monkeys, monsoons and riot and murder. As a boy, I saw it all.”< Less
Poisoned Roots By Jagdev Sangha
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Independence of India was also the beginning of the end of imperialism. Thus Indian independence was also a two fold experiment for the imperial establishment. An experiment in how to wind up the... More > imperial structures and what to replace them with. The Labour leadership wanted to replace the old system with Democratic Socialism. After decolonisation the old colonies were going to be Democratic Socialist States. Indian Congress had a leader who described himself a socialist. Prime Minister Attlee, Cripps and many others in the Labour party jumped off their feet and transferred power to Nehru, a Democratic Socialist of India. They did not pause to think. Nehru’s promises blinded them. A mature, sophisticated imperial system failed abysmally once more and resultant disaster shamed the spirit of Brig General Dyre. This time around nearly a million Indians and not just a few hundred lost their lives. Both Nehru and Attlee were pleased in their own individual ways.< Less