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boiteachansons.net Nov 11
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Project Dastaan Nov 13
We are on our way ensure that the generation that migrated in 1947 and saw unspeakable hardships can see their childhood homes again.
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Srishtee Sethi, Ph.D Nov 10
Every post share and every friend who supports your passion is worth celebrating
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The Partition Museum 6h
[1/2] Continuing with our , we explore the works of Professor , who was a renowned in the Gurmukhi, Urdu, & Hindi languages. He was born in (now in ) on 20 Oct. 1905 & migrated to at the time of . #550
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Scarlett Jia Nov 11
Toughen-able glass for partition whatsapp:+8617659965151 Email:scarlett(at)luckglass(dot)com#toughenedglass
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The Partition Museum Nov 11
[1/3] The of 1947, marked by the of land, loss of homes, & migration of people, also resulted in many communities losing access to major shrines on both sides of the border. The Sikh community was separated from some of its most sacred shrines.
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Patari Nov 11
Food for thought. Patari Podcasts brings for you stories during the time of migration. These are tales of fear, of great strength and courage. Listen, share and enjoy.
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Salman Shah Nov 11
Replying to @salmanshah100
The sufferings of the continue to date.
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Srishtee Sethi, Ph.D Nov 6
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Supratim Sanyal Nov 11
Upgraded your Windows hard disk and ended up with unusable space that you cannot extend the windows partition into due to an intervening partition? Here's the solution:
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The Partition Museum Nov 11
[1/2] With the ongoing celebrations of the 550th Birth Anniversary of this week, & the opening up of the Kartarpur Corridor,we delve into their connection with with a week-long focus on . starts with the poem 'Haare' by .
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Mayur S Kulkarni (Inactive #Shivsena Supporter) Nov 13
😂😂😂😂😂😂 U r born in a Community, which are treated as of s during I don't know, what u r upto but was with "UR PEOPLE" in & during of 1984
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The Partition Museum Nov 12
we explore how people were separated from shrines at the time of and managed to visit them after many years. Listen to this story of Gurcharan Prakash Singh, born in , who visited Gurudwara Nankana Sahib and Panja Sahib in 2012.
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Peter Morris 17h
Replying to @fbpe_jojo77
. Has a lot going for it..... We get the young, educated, in work and nice. Them not so much..
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Kamran Rehmat Nov 12
The 'Naya' we can all covet. Terrific response to the agenda of hate perpetuated by .
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Natasha Javed Nov 10
Let us tell them that they will always have a home here. Let us tell them that we know the pain of losing a home and that while we cannot make the past whole, we can try to heal the wounds which remain. Let them come home
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Project Dastaan Nov 11
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envsanjay Nov 11
Your take in this Article is totally Wrong. had their share in 1947 by dividing . Lakhs of Hindus & Sikhs were massacred during . Leave . Even after Muslims like keep on demeaning God & Goddess.
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SMART GLASS FILM Nov 8
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Vignesh Bhatt Nov 12
Nice video, quite a different perspective, worth watching! How this border transformed a subcontinent | India & Pakistan via | | |
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