Journey from India to Pakistan post partition- Story of my grandfather

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My Grandfather was one of the survivors of the partition between India and Pakistan in 1947. I thought of taking a quick interview of him so that the young generation can have an idea of the problems faced by the migrants and that making of a new country meant a lot of sacrifices and therefore a lot of responsibilities for the youth to be taken.

 

please wear headphones to listen. 🙂

Watan ki mithi gawah rehna

 

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  1. Such a heart warming account of partition era where humans were forced to move out and make life in a new country. Your nana is a wise man and I studied in Fergusson College…just imagine the goose bump when I heard the name, Fergusson. Indians and Pakistanis are one and humans who share the same food and culture. Love matters above everything.

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