Orient Blackswan, 1997 - Arts - 303 pages
To commemorate fifty years of Independence in the subcontinent it seems appropriate to cut across the borders which separate Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. This book is a collection of outstanding essays, containing 45 black and white photographs, includes contributions by authors and artists from all three countries of the subcontinent.
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JOURNEY ACROSS THE BORDER
THE FIRST DAYS IN PAKISTAN
THE JAJMANI SYSTEM
91 GARDEN TOWN
URDU LITERATURE FROM
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