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Memories and movements : borders and communities in Banni, Kutch, Gujarat

Rita Kothari
Orient Blackswan Private Limited

Partition of the Indian Subcontinent: Planning and Implementation

Rabia Umar Ali
Quaid-I-Azam University - Department of History

An academic work. (PhD Thesis) Abstract from the author: India’s Partition was an event of momentous significance for the three major communities, the Hindus, Muslims and the Sikhs who were at the time residing in the subcontinent. It was an equally important phenomenon for the British who were to withdraw their rule and thereby signify an imperial retreat from India. Independence was announced on the 15th of August 1947 after which the two sovereign States of India and Pakistan emerged on the map of the world.

The Felt Community: Commonality and Mentality Before the Emergence of Indian Nationalism

Dr Rajat Kanta Ray
Oxford University Press

The Other Side of Silence: Voices from the Partition of India

Urvashi Butalia
Duke University Press Books