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19:13
Vimal Nikore and Monika Nikore

Monika Nikore [no age given] has a second conversation with her mother, Vimal Nikore (86). This conversation adds greater detail to Vimal's childhood which includes the 1947 Partition of India.

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24:58
Vimal Nikore and Monika Nikore

Monika Nikore [no age given] has a conversation with her mother, Vimal Nikore (86), about her life in India, both before and after the Partition of 1947.

Talking to a refugee

I spoke to my grandfather who had to come to India after the 1947 partition.

atl004865
40:30
Vimal Nikore and Sonia Nikore

Sonia Nikore [no age given] talks with her mom, Vimal Nikore [no age given], about her life following the 1947 Partition of India. They discuss education as well as Vimal's decision to immigrate to the United States.

"We were very well off, and then suddenly, we were told to leave…so we had to come…there was no home, no money, nothing to eat"
February 8, 2020 App Interview

Bimla and Naraindas Pherwani had a comfortable life in Sindh, in present-day Pakistan. But suddenly, after the partition of India, when they were just children, they were forced to leave their home and go to India. Arriving with nothing but...

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41:58
Kuldip Singh Makker, Kalitdeep Singh, and Haramandeep Singh

Kuldip Singh Makker (81) talks to his sons, Kalitdeep Singh (44) and Haramandeep Singh (51), about his childhood before and after the Partition of India. He talks about the family who raised him and the challenges they experienced, his career,...

Gauri Manocha and Raj Manocha

Raj Manocha talks with his daughter about his childhood in India in the 1970s and 1980s, amidst the 3rd war of the India-Pakistan Partition.

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39:56
Nand Ahuja and Aman Ahuja

Nand Ahuja (68) talks to his son Aman Ahuja (34) about growing up in India, after his family left Pakistan during the 1947 Partition. He recalls growing up with his siblings, the importance of his education, and the lasting influence...

India-Pakistan Partition: StoryCorps Interview

In this interview, my grandpa talks about his experience with the India-Pakistan partition. Then afterward I talk to my grandma and listen to what she thinks about the future of the world and lessons we can all learn from this...