Non-fiction

The Indian Ideology

Perry Anderson
Verso
2013

Recollections of the Partition of India

Author(s): 
Neil Hajela
partitionofindiaexperiences.weebly.com

A website project collecting recollection of people who were direct witnesses to the impact of partition. This project examines the stories of four people who were directly impacted by the partition of India; either as being a migrant, or as a person who lived next to the refugee camps, and was directly impacted by the mass inflow of refugees.

Borders and Boundaries: How Women Experienced the Partition of India

Ritu Menon
Rutgers University Press
1998

The History of Assam: From Yandabo to Partition, 1826-1947

Priyam Goswami
Orient Blackswan
2012

The Tragic Story Of Partition

H.V. Seshadri
Sahitya Sindhu Prakashana
1998

Wavell and the Dying Days of the Raj: Britain's Penultimate Viceroy in India

Mohammad Iqbal Chawla
Oxford University Press
2012

Truth is Truth: A Rejoinder to Abdul Wali Khan

Ikram Ali Malik
Book Services
1990

Lahore to Delhi: Rising from the Ashes - Autobiography of an Unknown Refugee from Pakistan

Pran Seth
Punya Publishing Pvt Ltd
2009

Living Among the Believers: Stories from the Holy Land Down the Ganges

Sachi G. Dastidar
Firma KLM Private Limited
2006

Witness to Life and Freedom: Margaret Bourke - White in India and Pakistan

Pramod Kapoor
forwarded by Gopalkrishna Gandhi
essay by Vicki Goldberg
Roli Books
2013

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