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Why did the Congress not accept the proposal to form a joint government with the Muslim League?
How did ordinary people view Partition?
How did women experience Partition?
‘The relationship between India and Pakistan has been profoundly shaped by partition’. Explain some consequences of it.
How did the Congress come to change its views on Partition?
Why was British India partitioned?
Examine the strengths and limitations of oral history. How have oral-history techniques furthered our understanding of Partition?
Why is Partition viewed as an extremely significant marker in South Asian history?
Analyse the provisions of Cabinet Mission of 1946.
Analyse the impact of partition of India on Punjab and Bengal.
Analyse the various events that led to the partition of British India.
Explain how Indian partition was a culmination of communal politics that started developing in the opening decades of the 20th century.