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The Emergence of India and Pakistan

Suresh K Sharma (Editor)
Synopsis The period between World War II and the dawn of Indian independence was of a climactic scene, which in the past has always attracted the attention of the scholarly community the world over.  The Partition of Indian (1947) took place during this phase.  It was one of the great human convulsions, the world has ever witnessed.  It was not only a simple bifurcationof geographical boundaries between India and Pakistan but, an un-paralleled scene of untold stories, riots and conflagrations, and outpouring of savagery, unprecedented in scale and span.  This spic turmoil had rocked not only the Indian sub-continent but also the entire world.  Frankly speaking, the Partition of India resulted in shattering consequences.  It would not be an exaggeration to say had there been not partition and only an united India (India and Pakistan) prevailed on the world map after independence then this State would have progressed more politically, economically, culturally, etc, and ranked itself in the family of present-day ‘Superpowers’.  During the last few years, however, the Partition of India has been taken more seriously as a subject of inquiry.  This humble anthology-The Emergence of India and Pakistan-Presents a vivid journey to the final chapter of India’s long struggle for freedom.  It is hoped that the present endeavour will be widely consulted by potential researchers in our sub-continent and abroad.
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Bibliographic information

Title The Emergence of India and Pakistan
Format Hardcover
Date published: 19.01.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Pentagon Press
Language: English
isbn 9788182742536
length xiv+500p., Tables; Index; 24cm.