Till Indian remember partition of India With the announcement of partition it became very clear that the country will be parted into two parts and the boundaries will depend on the concentration of Religion in those parts. Hindus and Muslims were both present in almost all parts of the country. Calcutta had a population consisting of 56% Muslims and 40% Hindus. It was clear that if Muslims prove their dominance in that part of the…"Till Indian remember partition of India"
Partition: The Day India Burned: Gandhi failed to convince Muslim to unite India In August 1947, the British decided to quit India after nearly 200 years of taking power. India, one the most ethnically diverse nations in the world was to be divided. One country will now become two, India and Pakistan. The once peaceful land now implodes, people are forced out the villages that they have lived in for generations. 15 million scramble to…"Partition: The Day India Burned: Gandhi failed to convince Muslim to unite India"
The Hidden Story of Partition and its Legacies By Dr Crispin Bates Reasons for partition India and Pakistan won independence in August 1947, following a nationalist struggle lasting nearly three decades. It set a vital precedent for the negotiated winding up of European empires elsewhere. Unfortunately, it was accompanied by the largest mass migration in human history of some 10 million. As many as one million civilians died in the accompanying riots and local-level fighting,…"The Hidden Story of Partition and its Legacies-BBC"
Pakistan And India Partition 1947 – The Day India Burned – By Roothmens Opinion : The narrator, said: Britain a great colonial power? It must be in his mind. Britain is known more around the world not for her powers but for her evilness, immorality and weakness like, divisions of people, nations than anything else. India & Pakistan, Israel & Palestine (Arabs), South Africa (White & Blacks – Evil Apartheid and Freedom Fighters of ANC)…that is…"Pakistan And India Partition 1947 – The Day India Burned – By Roothmens"