Torn from the Roots: A Partition Memoir
Offers first-hand account of operation recovery carried out by the newly constituted Governments of India and Pakistan in 1947 to recover women and children who had been abducted during the riots and chaos of Partition and restore them to their families. This book intends to restore women to a central place in the history of India's partition.
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