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Review on three partition novels written by Indian writers

Author Affiliations

  • 1Radharaman Group of Institutions, Bhopal, M.P, India

Res. J.  Language and Literature Humanities, Volume 3, Issue (3), Pages 26-27, March,19 (2016)


I have taken three novels which are based on the partition of India and Pakistan. It have reviewed that all three novels revealed that at the time of partition population have suffered equally. By this article we could feel the situations felt by the migrated refugees from Pakistan to India, and from India to Pakistan. Pathos of the population was heartbroken because they have been uprooted financially, emotionally, physically as well as mentally. With great pain they have to migrate in compulsion with hope that once they will be back again to their homeland but meanwhile we would feel that how strongly a muslim was attached to a hindu or a sikh. Therefore the emotion and relation between both communities have depicted by the genius Indian writers for the readers.


  1. Khushwant Singh (1956)., Train to Pakistan.
  2. Windus, India, 9-167. ISBN:0-8371-8226-3
  3. Manohar Malgonkar (1964)., A Bend in the Ganges., Hamish Hamilton, London. 261-291. ISBN: 9788186939475
  4. Chaman Nahal (1993)., Azadi., Arnold Heinemann and Boston Houghton Mifflin, USA, 147-148. ISBN0395194016