Partition and the Making of the Mohajir Mindset: A Narrative
This is an insightful social analysis of the 'mohajirs', migrants from the Urdu-speaking belt of Northern India who mostly settled in Sindh fron 1947 onwards, and who were confronted by issues of identity and ethnicity as they clung to their culture.
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