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I have a proposal which I am putting here. It already has 2 sources so if you co
I have a proposal which I am putting here. It already has 2 sources so if you could use those and 3 more that would be perfect. thank you. The India-Pakistan partition was one of the largest 2-way migrations in human history. India gained independence from the British Raj in 1947, and it led to the creation of 2 independent nations, India and Pakistan. The majority reason for this divide was based on ethnicity and religion. It started when the British came to India in the late 1750s and slowly gained control of the entire Indian subcontinent. The British Raj was harsh and quite deadly for the people of India. The British also played a major role in the partition of what is now India and Pakistan. The first time they tried to divide the state of Bengal along religious lines in around 1905. This led to the formation of the Hindu-dominated Indian National Congress (INC) and the Muslim League, which was formed in opposition to the INC. The 2 parties were together in the ‘Quit India’ movement against the British ruling government, but once the British left the 2 nations were against each other. The unrest between the 2 religious communities kept growing under the British Raj long before the partition. The partition has affected and still affects a lot of people from both nations. This essay would have a brief history of the beginning of the partition and the history of the relations between the Hindu and Muslim communities. The details of the partition, the conditions, daily lives of the victims. It will also contain primary sources from people who lived through the partition and their experiences. Sources Greenberg, Jonathan D. "Generations of Memory: Remembering Partition in India/Pakistan and Israel/Palestine." Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, vol. 25 no. 1, 2005, p. 89-110. Project MUSE muse.jhu.edu/article/185343 Talks about the connection between partition and memory and how certain words might trigger the victims that have been through the event. How people’s understanding of themselves has shifted, they identified with a certain ethnicity or religion but now it might just be ‘Indian’ or ‘Pakistani’. People have to start their lives all over again after being displaced from their homes. Mahn, Churnjeet, and Anne Murphy. Partition and the Practice of Memory. Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. Stories of partition from different sources, oral, archives. Many different narratives and stories from both sides, India and Pakistan. Also has information about Bangladesh and the split of East (Bangladesh) and West Pakistan. Lost culture, linguistics, and connections because of the physical borders.

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