Brings together personal narrative oral history and scholarly rigor to offer a new perspective on an understudied conflictDraws on a "wide range of primary sources legal forensics and other materials from "range of primary sources including videos legal forensics materials from risk near extinct archivesAppeals to scholars students and activists interested in South Asian studies oral history memory studies gender and conflict transitional ustice Sikh culture and history and the history of postcolonial IndiaPunjab was the arena of one of.
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Of the conflict; Justice Ajit Singh who became a beloved “people’s udge”; and Inderjit Singh Jaijee who returned to Punjab to document abuses even as other elites were fleeing Together they are credited with saving countless lives Braiding oral histories personal snapshots and primary documents recovered from at risk archives Kaur "Shows That When Entire "that when entire are marginalized we miss essential stories stories of faith feminist action and the power of citizen activist. The first major armed conflicts "of post colonial India During its deadliest decade as many as 250000 people "post colonial India During its deadliest decade as many as 250000 people killed This book makes an urgent intervention in the history of the conflict which to date has been characterized by a fixation on sensational violence or ignored altogether Mallika Kaur unearths
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