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The Heart Divided: Muted Narratives and the Partition of the Punjab
The Punjab: migrations and memories of the homeland
(Asian Voice, 2012)
Conclusion and legacies.
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)
The Heart Divided: Writing the Human Drama of Partition in India/Pakistan
(International Musuem of Women, 2013-09-25)
(Research Centre for the History of Religious and Cultural Diversity, Meiji University, Tokyo, 2012)
Tranquility and Brutality: The Paradox of Partition Violence in Punjab
(Department of History, GC University, Lahore, 2006)
Following the decision to partition the Punjab, the region was swept by the most horrific communal carnage that India had ever seen. For many it was the sheer scope and magnitude of the events that has left such a haunting ...
Negotiating the past: Journey through muslim women's experience of partition and resettlement in Pakistan.
(Berg publishing, 2009-12)
From Mano Majra to Faqiranwalla: Revisiting the Train to Pakistan
(Humboldt University of Berlin, 2018-02)
Khushwant Singh’s novel Train to Pakistan was published in 1956, almost ten years after the partition of India/ creation of Pakistan in 1947. Its publication inaugurated what has been called 'South Asian Partition Fiction ...
Dreams, Memories and Legacies: Partitioning India
This chapter examines the dreams, memories and legacies of partitioning the Punjab. It explores the expectations people had and the results of brutal and violent partition, which divided the people of Punjab.