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Partition is an historical podcast that will discuss the 1947 Partition of India and the formation of Pakistan as told by me, Neha Aziz. I was born in Karachi, Pakistan in 1990, and always knew that Pakistan used to be a part of India. However, it wasn’t until my first trip back to my home country in 2017 that I found out the devastating truth at an exhibit at the mall. Learning about partition inspired me to dig into the subject more, especially because I have no recollection of learning about it in school, and neither my parents or relatives ever spoke to me about it. It all started when Britain decided they could no longer afford to control India.They granted them independence and announced that a new country, Pakistan would also be formed. They severed the country in such a way that friends and neighbors became enemies and murderers. 


All facts said in the podcast are true and accurate, but I will be providing anecdotes and commentary as they relate to my discovery and research of Partition. This year marks the 75th anniversary, and it is high time that this story is revealed to the masses. 

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8 Available Episodes (8 Total)Average duration: 00:22:44
Sep 26 | 00:24:29
Children of Partition / Brothers Reunited
Sep 19 | 00:32:19
A Survivor’s Account (with Shanti Tangri)
Sep 12 | 00:25:57
Preserving the Histories
Sep 05 | 00:25:33
The Treatment of Women: Part Two (with Pritika Chowdhry)
Aug 29 | 00:19:23
The Treatment of Women: Part One (with Manjula Waldron)
Aug 22 | 00:28:47
The Lead-Up & The Radcliffe Line / How is Partition Taught In Schools?
Aug 15 | 00:23:44
What is Partition...and Why Do People Need to Know About It
Jul 19 | 00:01:45
Introducing: Partition
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