Remnants of Partition

Remnants of Partition tells the family stories hidden within items carried between the new India and Pakistan, amid chaos and violence

Aanchal Malhotra

BBC Journalist Kavita Puri talks to Aanchal Malhotra about her remarkable book Remnants of Partition which tells the family stories hidden within items carried between the new India and Pakistan, amid chaos and violence. Memories which uncover a rich tapestry of pain and rupture, but also of hope and connection

BBC Journalist Kavita Puri talks to Aanchal Malhotra about her remarkable book Remnants of Partition which tells the family stories hidden within items carried between the new India and Pakistan, amid chaos and violence. Memories which uncover a rich tapestry of pain and rupture, but also of hope and connection

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