Partition Project By Manisha Gera Baswani Unifies With Postcards From Home

“It’s 69 years since we left what we called home. At that time I wondered what it would be like to live on this side. My language was alien here as was the food we cooked. In some parts of India we Sindhis were even called half Muslim.” – Nalini Malani

“Many years ago, a group of women had come from Pakistan to attend a seminar in Delhi. One of them accosted my mother and asked how she was wearing such an old design from Lahore!” – Anjum Singh

“My grandfather was a brick maker and had his own kilns. He owned four trucks and transported

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