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Beyond the Border: An Indian in Pakistan I was born in India You said your grandparents were born in what is Pakistan But they live in India and I in Pakistan Strange, is it not ✅ Book Lover PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Jennifer Kaufman – Kleankitchen.co.uk is it not Its a very long travelogue of a Indian leftist trying to visit Pakistan fascinated by his grandmothers stories about her family near Gujranwala in Pakistan The book starts from building Pakistani perceptions in India and than comparing some of those perceptions when the author finally makes it to Pakistan I found the book pretty balanced narrative, written in simple Hinglish Pinklish Hindi English Pakistani English when the author visits various sites authorized on his visa I especially fou Its a very long travelogue of a Indian leftist trying to visit Pakistan fascinated by his grandmothers stories about her family near Gujranwala in Pakistan The book starts from building Pakistani perceptions in India and than comparing some of those perceptions when the author finally makes it to Pakistan I found the book pretty balanced narrative, written in simple Hinglish Pinklish Hindi English Pakistani English when the author visits various sites authorized on his visa I especially found his experiences with the Haris, and Dalits in Pakistan pretty revealing I also tend to agree with the treatment or no treatment of the ancient ruins of Moenjedaro, Sindh pretty spot on It is a great dis service to Pakistan to neglect such a rich heritage and ancient site like Moenjedaro for any reason.I wish such courageous travels are taken up byPakistani and Indian citizens as they help bridge the gap between two completely different ideological states, one based on religion and the other on secularism I wish I had come across this book before I wrote an installment of my column on the deplorable lack of India Pakistan travelogues by Indians Pakistanis This echoes the story of thousands of north Indians and offers a most readable account of a trip most of them would be quite eager to make Offers quite many valuable insights into prevalent mindsets in both countries and how some of the ancient ills of the subcontinent have gotentrenched, rather than dissipating One feature of the boo I wish I had come across this book before I wrote an installment of my column on the deplorable lack of India Pakistan travelogues by Indians Pakistanis This echoes the story of thousands of north Indians and offers a most readable account of a trip most of them would be quite eager to make Offers quite many valuable insights into prevalent mindsets in both countries and how some of the ancient ills of the subcontinent have gotentrenched, rather than dissipating One feature of the book which is not very welcome is the frequent, rather graphic description of squalor which though a shameful fact of civic realities of the subcontinent is rather off putting A good read, especially for those who are interested to knowabout Indo Pak relations sociology cultural aspect Good descriptions of less known places and castes like Koli, dalits from Rajsthan or Sindh living in Sindh province Some moving accounts from people s lives, Author tried to depict picture of dalits in Pakistan and their real life Some facts about history regarding Muslim Saints Mia Meer Dalit Saints Goga pir, Ram Pir I liked stories about sufi saints like Jhooley Lal, A good read, especially for those who are interested to knowabout Indo Pak relations sociology cultural aspect Good descriptions of less known places and castes like Koli, dalits from Rajsthan or Sindh living in Sindh province Some moving accounts from people s lives, Author tried to depict picture of dalits in Pakistan and their real life Some facts about history regarding Muslim Saints Mia Meer Dalit Saints Goga pir, Ram Pir I liked stories about sufi saints like Jhooley Lal, Lal Shahbaj

    ✅ Book Lover PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Jennifer Kaufman – Kleankitchen.co.uk is it not Its a very long travelogue of a Indian leftist trying to visit Pakistan fascinated by his grandmothers stories about her family near Gujranwala in Pakistan The book starts from building Pakistani perceptions in India and than comparing some of those perceptions when the author finally makes it to Pakistan I found the book pretty balanced narrative, written in simple Hinglish Pinklish Hindi English Pakistani English when the author visits various sites authorized on his visa I especially fou Its a very long travelogue of a Indian leftist trying to visit Pakistan fascinated by his grandmothers stories about her family near Gujranwala in Pakistan The book starts from building Pakistani perceptions in India and than comparing some of those perceptions when the author finally makes it to Pakistan I found the book pretty balanced narrative, written in simple Hinglish Pinklish Hindi English Pakistani English when the author visits various sites authorized on his visa I especially found his experiences with the Haris, and Dalits in Pakistan pretty revealing I also tend to agree with the treatment or no treatment of the ancient ruins of Moenjedaro, Sindh pretty spot on It is a great dis service to Pakistan to neglect such a rich heritage and ancient site like Moenjedaro for any reason.I wish such courageous travels are taken up byPakistani and Indian citizens as they help bridge the gap between two completely different ideological states, one based on religion and the other on secularism I wish I had come across this book before I wrote an installment of my column on the deplorable lack of India Pakistan travelogues by Indians Pakistanis This echoes the story of thousands of north Indians and offers a most readable account of a trip most of them would be quite eager to make Offers quite many valuable insights into prevalent mindsets in both countries and how some of the ancient ills of the subcontinent have gotentrenched, rather than dissipating One feature of the boo I wish I had come across this book before I wrote an installment of my column on the deplorable lack of India Pakistan travelogues by Indians Pakistanis This echoes the story of thousands of north Indians and offers a most readable account of a trip most of them would be quite eager to make Offers quite many valuable insights into prevalent mindsets in both countries and how some of the ancient ills of the subcontinent have gotentrenched, rather than dissipating One feature of the book which is not very welcome is the frequent, rather graphic description of squalor which though a shameful fact of civic realities of the subcontinent is rather off putting A good read, especially for those who are interested to knowabout Indo Pak relations sociology cultural aspect Good descriptions of less known places and castes like Koli, dalits from Rajsthan or Sindh living in Sindh province Some moving accounts from people s lives, Author tried to depict picture of dalits in Pakistan and their real life Some facts about history regarding Muslim Saints Mia Meer Dalit Saints Goga pir, Ram Pir I liked stories about sufi saints like Jhooley Lal, A good read, especially for those who are interested to knowabout Indo Pak relations sociology cultural aspect Good descriptions of less known places and castes like Koli, dalits from Rajsthan or Sindh living in Sindh province Some moving accounts from people s lives, Author tried to depict picture of dalits in Pakistan and their real life Some facts about history regarding Muslim Saints Mia Meer Dalit Saints Goga pir, Ram Pir I liked stories about sufi saints like Jhooley Lal, Lal Shahbaj"/>
  • Hardcover
  • 332 pages
  • Beyond the Border: An Indian in Pakistan
  • Yoginder Sikand
  • English
  • 17 December 2017
  • 0143104241

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