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M.A. Jinnah Ispahani Corspondence 1936-1948

Description The decade preceding the partition of India was probably the most momentous period in India's history of twentieth century. The transfer of power and the creation of two sovereign states-India and Pakistan, were the two fateful decisions of this period. Several studies have been made which deal with the political movement leading to India's partition this volume contains the detailed correspondence between M.A. Jinnah and M.A.H. Ispahani who was the main supporter as well as crusader for Muslim League and creation of Pakistan in the Bengal act region of India. This collection of Ispahani and Jinnah correspondence contains all the inputs about the Muslim situation in Bengal. This collection forms an excellent source and reference material for the history of India's partition. It is this exchange of views between two Muslim stalwarts which resulted in the creation of Pakistan. We get a glimpse into the personalities of these two eminent personages from this edited correspondence[edit]
Keywords Muslim League, Krishak Pooja Sanity, Muslim Majority, Provinces, United Provinces, Bengal, Calcutta, Fazlul Haq, Nazimuddin, Sir Sikandar Hyat, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000759
Year 1976
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Karachi G.P.O. Box 475
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 21.5
Breadth 15.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         792
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