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Muslims

Imagining Muslims in South Asia and the Diaspora: Secularism, Religion, Representations

Caroline Herbert
Claire Chambers
Routledge
2014

Indian Muslims Since Independence

Omar Khalidi
Vikas Publishing House
1995

The Colors of Violence: Cultural Identities, Religion, and Conflict

Sudhir Kakar
University of Chicago Press
1996

The Muslims of British India

Peter Hardy
Cambridge University Press
1973

Community and Nation : Essays on Identity and Politics in Eastern India

Papiya Ghosh
Oxford University Press
2008

Panjab 1947: a heart divided

Publisher/Sponsor: 
The National Archives
www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/panjab1947/

From The National Archives: The National Archives has recorded the narratives of four Panjabi elders uprooted from their homeland during the Partition of British India in 1947. At least 18 million people were uprooted and one million died in the mass migration that followed. In 2010, Jaswant, Mohammed, Reginald and Tilak Raj met at The National Archives to describe how Partition had shaped their lives.

Legacy of a Divided Nation: India's Muslims Since Independence

Mushirul Hasan
Oxford University Press
1997

Some Recent Speeches and Writings of Mr. Jinnah

Mahomed Ali Jinnah
Jamal al-Din Ahmad
Lahore, Shaikh Muhammad Ashraf
1964

The Longest August: The Unflinching Rivalry Between India and Pakistan

Dilip Hiro
Nation Books
2015

Muslims and Indian Nationalism: The Emergence of the Demand for India's Partition, 1928-40

Uma Kaura
South Asia Books
1977

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