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Born of the same parents: the saga of split of the Indian subcontinent

By: Duggal, K. S.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi Ubspd 2008Description: viii, 276 p.ISBN: 9788174766236.Subject(s): India | Partition of India | Indian subcontinentDDC classification: 823.91 Summary: A story of the historic split of the Indian subcontinent told by a veteran story writer who was in the thick of it, suffering every imaginable onslaught personality. The narration opens with Dhamyal , a village in polthoar (presently Rawalpindi district in Pakistan )where his parents and entire family lived. They suffered the flare - up of the communal frenzy with communalists running amok and the police giving them guidance and providing weapons. it is said that the entire potholer was a virtual cauldron.
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A story of the historic split of the Indian subcontinent told by a veteran story writer who was in the thick of it, suffering every imaginable onslaught personality. The narration opens with Dhamyal , a village in polthoar (presently Rawalpindi district in Pakistan )where his parents and entire family lived. They suffered the flare - up of the communal frenzy with communalists running amok and the police giving them guidance and providing weapons. it is said that the entire potholer was a virtual cauldron.

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