10 livres sur la partition de l'Inde que vous devez lire

10 livres sur la partition de l'Inde que vous devez lire

Partition of India is one of the saddest part in the world history. Here are 10 Books On Partition Of India You Must Read

The Other Side of Silence

The Other Side of Silence

This non-fiction views the partition of Punjab from the perspectives of the marginalized sections – women, children and Dalits.

Train pour le Pakistan

Train pour le Pakistan

From one of the leading writers from India, this is the haunting tale of an idyllic Indian town where Sikhs and Muslims coexist in harmony.

Ice-Candy Man

Ice-Candy Man

This book follows a relatively privileged Parsee girl, Lenny, who suffers from polio and is confined to a wheelchair.

Mottled Dawn

Mottled Dawn

This collection of short stories from the master storyteller Manto brings together his finest narratives on the Partition.

The Broken Mirror

The Broken Mirror

A beautiful coming-of-age story, this unfolds in the times of the impending Partition. We follow Beero, and glimpse through his eyes.

Sunlight on a Broken Column

Sunlight on a Broken Column

In this delightful book, we explore the Partition from the perspective of an adolescent Muslim girl in an orthodox family.

Midnight’s Children

Midnight’s Children

This magical realist classic explores the stories of several children united by a single bond – they are all born on the magic hour of India’s Independence.

Midnight’s Furies

Midnight’s Furies

This non-fiction account of the Partition gives a bird’s eye view of the political, historical and social circumstances surrounding the Partition of India.

The Skeleton and That Man

The Skeleton and That Man

In Khushwant Singh’s beautiful translation come together Pritam’s finest stories. With her feminine and feministic outlook on the Partition.

The Great Partition

The Great Partition

A landmark book in Partition studies, this non-fiction collates a lot of new resources on the Partition of India.