Boundaries and Conflict
In India today, it has become increasingly necessary to consider our journey so far, and to examine the course this nation, among the most complex in the world, is set to take. These questions and ideas are necessary to be examined not just by the upcoming generation, but by those who are in a position to guide and collaborate with them, including parents and teachers.
A point which has frequently been raised by historians and chroniclers of independent India is the absence of much public debate, or representation, of Partition and the specific events during the freedom struggle connected to it.
It is to be expected that a country as complex as India would have multiple peripheries simultaneously existing in different forms and manifestations.
These books strive to shine light on these peripheries, to help the rest of the country take informed and empathetic positions on the issues that occupy them.