The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project

The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project, founded by Dr. Sachi & Dr. Shefali Dastidar, aims to preserve the heretofore unknown history of the Partition of the Indian Subcontinent.
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This portal attempts to estimate the number of casualties and refugees in order to answer the question of our Mission. It is worth mentioning that the ethnic cleansing of non-Muslims, attack on places of worhsip (mandirs, churches, and temples), homes and livelihood, and confiscation of their homesteads through the Enemy Property Act by declaring non-Muslims as Enemies of State, continued unabated since the days of Noakhali Danga pogrom. Even during the rule of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (1971-1975), known as the Father of the Bengali Nation, complete security for lives of minority populations did not return. Shiekh Mujibur Rahman compromised with intolerant, anti-secular groups by keeping the inhumane and unjust Enemy Property Act active with a different name — Vested Property Act, and by completely destroying the millennium-old Ramna Kali Mandir temple and adjoining Ma Anandamoyee Ashram which were demolished by Pakistan Army and her Bengali Islamist allies during the Bangladesh independence war.

Mission: In Bengal, as in much of the Indian Subcontinent, there is a taboo in discussing the plight of minorities and researching the whereabouts of the missing population of minorities. The ISPaD Project attempts to break that taboo and tries to estimate the status of minorities in Bangladesh – the East Bengal of the erstwhile Bengal Province of British-ruled-India AND to answer the all too frequently asked question: Where have my people gone?

05/21/2020

Support for Publication of a Book

For a long time, many have asked Dr. Sachi G. Dastidar, our Board Member, to update and republish his book Empire’s Last Casualty: Indian Subcontinent’s Vanishing Hindu and Other Minorities. The book was first published in 2008 by Firma KLM Publisher of Kolkata, and immediately drew attention worldwide. The book was quoted by U.S. Congressman Dold, at the floor of the Congress while discussing worldwide minority plight. Requests for copies of the book have been from the U.S. and from overseas. The new book will be in hardcopy as well as in e-book format.

The book has been updated with additional documents provided during the Bangladesh War Crimes Trial that began in 2008, and an expanded bibliography. We expect the book to be over 350 pages. (2008 edition was 332 pages; cost 500 rupees or $15 in India. It was sold out rapidly.)

Dr. Dastidar plans to donate all the proceeds from the book to our Partition Project, as he did earlier. We plan to present him copies of the book.

If you could buy copies, it would be phenomenal to show respect for & support Dr.Dastidar and The ISPaD Project. You could even donate the book to your library and friends.

If you know of other individuals who might be interested to buy at least 5 copies in advance, please share with us their name, email and phone number.

On a different matter, if the Ispad Board approves the book as its project, then we can donate these funds to Ispad, which in turn can send checks to buy the book.

05/20/2020

Worldwide it seems as if everyone&everything must be in the “back seat” while Covid is exclusively at the forefront of any/everything we may discuss...NO: WE CERTAINLY CANNOT LET ALL OTHER PAIN THAT HUMANITY HAS ENDURED BEFORE BE FORGOTTEN, NOR CAN WE ALLOW HUMANITY’S CURRENT ISSUES&PAIN BE FORCED TO “TAKE A BACK SEAT” IF COVID ISN’T ITS ONLY TOPIC!😔

LAST REMINDER: Call for Papers2020 Partition Center Journal  (ISSN 2377-7567)The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documenta...
05/16/2020

LAST REMINDER: Call for Papers
2020 Partition Center Journal (ISSN 2377-7567)

The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project (ISPaD) invites you to send articles, essays, poems, short stories, photographs or documents for the 2020 issue of the Journal. We plan to publish well before the Fall 2020 Partition Center Annual Event/Conference in New York. Our past journals contained articles from/on the U.S., India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Palestine-Israel, Poland and Korea of diverse topics from wide geographical areas. Papers could cover such areas as India and Pakistan partitions; Its consequences; Effects of partition on current socio-politics; Partitions of Bengal, Punjab, Kashmir and Assam; Partition studies; India, Pakistan and Bangladesh independence; partition and/or division of population from Ireland to Cyprus, from the Balkans to Europe, to Palestine, Mideast, the former Soviet Union, Korea and Africa; Reconciliation and forgiveness; Unity; Identity; History; Colonial borders; Narratives of refugees, survivors and protectors; First person account; Division’s long-term effects; Minority issues in divided lands; Effects of displaced peoples on host population; Indigenous peoples, their language, culture and religion; Refugee politics; Longing for home; Nationalism; Extremism; Role of Religion; Tolerance and intolerance; Music, literature and art influencing politics.

*(We prefer unpublished materials, however, if you have something already published and want us to consider republication of that, please send us a copy indicating where and when it was published.)
*All papers and essays must be written double spaced with end-notes and a bibliography following a standard format. It should not exceed 1,800 words; and sent to us by June 1, 2020.
*Papers and documents should be sent to [email protected] as attachment to Chair, Partition Center Journal Committee; and or to Dr. Sachi G. Dastidar [email protected]. edu, Distinguished Service Professor, Politics, Economics & Law Department, State University of New York, Old Westbury, NY;. Editorial Committee: Dr. Alireza Ebrahimi, Dr. Edislav Manetovic, Dr. Saradindu Mukherji, Dr. Caroline Sawyer, Dr. Mohsin Siddique and Dr. Sachi G. Dastidar.

05/16/2020

LAST REMINDER: Call for Papers
2020 Partition Center Journal (ISSN 2377-7567)

The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project (ISPaD) invites you to send articles, essays, poems, short stories, photographs or documents for the 2020 issue of the Journal. We plan to publish well before the Fall 2020 Partition Center Annual Event/Conference in New York. Our past journals contained articles from/on the U.S., India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Palestine-Israel, Poland and Korea of diverse topics from wide geographical areas. Papers could cover such areas as India and Pakistan partitions; Its consequences; Effects of partition on current socio-politics; Partitions of Bengal, Punjab, Kashmir and Assam; Partition studies; India, Pakistan and Bangladesh independence; partition and/or division of population from Ireland to Cyprus, from the Balkans to Europe, to Palestine, Mideast, the former Soviet Union, Korea and Africa; Reconciliation and forgiveness; Unity; Identity; History; Colonial borders; Narratives of refugees, survivors and protectors; First person account; Division’s long-term effects; Minority issues in divided lands; Effects of displaced peoples on host population; Indigenous peoples, their language, culture and religion; Refugee politics; Longing for home; Nationalism; Extremism; Role of Religion; Tolerance and intolerance; Music, literature and art influencing politics.

*(We prefer unpublished materials, however, if you have something already published and want us to consider republication of that, please send us a copy indicating where and when it was published.)
*All papers and essays must be written double spaced with end-notes and a bibliography following a standard format. It should not exceed 1,800 words; and sent to us by June 1, 2020.
*Papers and documents should be sent to [email protected] as attachment to Chair, Partition Center Journal Committee; and or to Dr. Sachi G. Dastidar [email protected]. edu, Distinguished Service Professor, Politics, Economics & Law Department, State University of New York, Old Westbury, NY;. Editorial Committee: Dr. Alireza Ebrahimi, Dr. Edislav Manetovic, Dr. Saradindu Mukherji, Dr. Caroline Sawyer, Dr. Mohsin Siddique and Dr. Sachi G. Dastidar.

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05/05/2020

Please join the Giving Tuesday movement and give-today&any other day-whether it’s some of your time,a donation,or the power of your voice in your local community. It’s a simple idea:whether you come together with your family,community,company or organization,a way to give back and then share the ideas of/for The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation (ISPaD) Project.

04/23/2020

REMINDER: Call for Papers
2020 Partition Center Journal
(ISSN 2377-7567)
The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project (ISPaD) invites you to send articles, essays, poems, short stories, photographs or documents for the 2020 issue of the Journal. We plan to publish well before the Fall 2020 Partition Center Annual Event/Conference in New York. Our past journals contained articles from/on the U.S., India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Palestine-Israel, Poland and Korea of diverse topics from wide geographical areas. Papers could cover such areas as India and Pakistan partitions; Its consequences; Effects of partition on current socio-politics; Partitions of Bengal, Punjab, Kashmir and Assam; Partition studies; India, Pakistan and Bangladesh independence; partition and/or division of population from Ireland to Cyprus, from the Balkans to Europe, to Palestine, Mideast, the former Soviet Union, Korea and Africa; Reconciliation and forgiveness; Unity; Identity; History; Colonial borders; Narratives of refugees, survivors and protectors; First person account; Division’s long-term effects; Minority issues in divided lands; Effects of displaced peoples on host population; Indigenous peoples, their language, culture and religion; Refugee politics; Longing for home; Nationalism; Extremism; Role of Religion; Tolerance and intolerance; Music, literature and art influencing politics.
(We prefer unpublished materials, however, if you have something already published and want us to consider republication of that, please send us a copy indicating where and when it was published.)
All papers and essays must be written double spaced with end-notes and a bibliography following a standard format. It should not exceed 1,800 words; and sent to us by June 1, 2020.
Papers and documents should be sent to [email protected] as attachment to Chair, Partition Center Journal Committee; and or to Dr. Sachi G. Dastidar [email protected]. edu, Distinguished Service Professor, Politics, Economics & Law Department, State University of New York, Old Westbury, NY;. Editorial Committee: Dr. Alireza Ebrahimi, Dr. Edislav Manetovic, Dr. Saradindu Mukherji, Dr. Caroline Sawyer, Dr. Mohsin Siddique and Dr. Sachi G. Dastidar.

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04/17/2020
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Seemantorekha | The Border Line | Kino-Eye Films | A Film by Tanvir Mokammel based on 1947 partition.

The Borderline

LOG-LINE

A barbed wire divides a country, a people, a culture-Bengal, on religious basis. "The Borderline” is a story of four journeys, by two Hindu and two Muslim families, to see their ancestral homes in Bangladesh and in India.

SYNOPSIS

Bengal, as part of the undivided India, was partitioned in 1947. The Partition took place in the line of the Muslims and the Hindus. But the actual borderline, at present, is a long stretch of barbed wire. Due to the Partition, millions of Hindu and Muslim families had to migrate from either side of the border.

The documentary "The Borderline" (Seemantorekha) is a journey film. The film is about journeys by four families to India and Bangladesh to find their ancestral homes, and also journeys by the film unit itself. During the journeys the film follows four visits by two Hindu and two Muslim families to Bangladesh and India to seek and to find their homes, and to experience, how things and relations have changed.

Though film deals with one pivotal issue- the Partition of Bengal in 1947 but it also incorporates the issues of partition between the Hindus and the Muslims, the partition between India and Bangladesh (erstwhile East Pakistan), and the partition between the families, friends and neighbors. The film delves deep into the psyche of those uprooted and alienated people who became homeless due to the 1947 Bengal Partition.

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SHUBHO NOBOBORSHO!!! In Bangla/Bengali, "Shubho" means auspicious, "nobo" means new and "borsho" means year. The meaning...
04/14/2020

SHUBHO NOBOBORSHO!!! In Bangla/Bengali, "Shubho" means auspicious, "nobo" means new and "borsho" means year. The meaning of Shubho Noboborsho, if the translation is taken literally, then would be Auspicious New Year. However, Shubho Noboborsho ~means Happy New Year because it has been used to wish happy new year in Bengali. The New Year is most certainly taken to be wishes that are both auspicious and happy - New Year's festivities are celebrated with much gusto!

Probini Foundation and ISPaD: The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project Tribute to Jay HymanProbini & ISPa...
04/12/2020

Probini Foundation and ISPaD: The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project Tribute to Jay Hyman

Probini & ISPaD Report

We are deeply saddened to inform you that we have lost one of our closest friends from inception of our two non-profits: Mr. Jay Hyman. We are sorry to bring this news during Jewish holy days, and during Easter holy weekend. Sri Hyman, as he preferred to call himself, was a Probini Foundation Board Member, and during Probini Board’s last meeting on Saturday, 7 March 2020, that he joined driving 25 miles after finishing a class, also wrote a check for the cause, though he was struggling financially. He was known to Dastidar family since 1971, and was the first person Sachi met in the States. He was the first person Shefali met in America in 1974 at the JFK airport of New York. Sachi met his family in Miami and Brooklyn, and Sri Hyman came running to meet Sachi’s mother in 1987 when she visited New York offering her a Jewish calendar giving time of sunrise and sunset helping Mother, and several Jewish mementos and food.

Probini Foundation honored him with Anath Bandhu (Friend of the Orphan) award for his tireless and dedicated help to the poor and the orphaned in Bangladesh and India. Since the award he adopted to write “Sri” (Mr./Ms.) before his name as many others do.

Mr. Jay Hyman was a regular attendee of Partition Center social-cultural-political-educational events, and attended all Partition Center Conferences beginning in 2010. He donated funds for publication of ISPaD: Partition Center Journal for the past several years. He always donated Jewish, Caribbean, Hispanic food for Partition Center and Probini events that he brought from Brooklyn where he lived. At 2019 Probini Annual lunch he was the presenter of award to Mr. & Mrs. Mihir & Amala Sen. Jay Hyman’s consistently helped causes of Subcontinent Community.

Mr. Hyman had a master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning and a master’s in Social Work. He worked as a social worker at senior center in Brooklyn, and died of Covid-19 virus.

Please join Probini and ISPaD in offering puja and prayer for his soul! Om Shanti!

Pictures:
1. Hyman (left) presenting Award to Mihir & Amala Sen, May 2019
2. At India Independence and Partition Event, August 2019 (Hyman, right)
3. At 2018 Conference at State Univ of New York at Old Westbury (Hyman, front right)
4. At 2019 Partition Center Conference and Journal Release (Hyman, 3rd from right)

BANGLADESH - The Exodus Continues !   ..... Tens of Millions Of Hindus, Buddhists, & Christians Forcefully Evicted From ...
04/10/2020

BANGLADESH - The Exodus Continues ! ..... Tens of Millions Of Hindus, Buddhists, & Christians Forcefully Evicted From Bangladesh Since 1940s.....

www.ispad1947.org....The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project....
85-60 Parsons Blvd, 1st Floor, Jamaica (Queens), New York 11432; Phone 917-524-0035.

03/25/2020

As a precautionary measure against spread of the Corona-Virus, The ISPaD Office+Partition Studies Museum is temporarily closed. Mtgs.&appointments that've already been booked will be fully refunded or can be cancelled free of charge on 1-917-524-0035 or via [email protected]. Although The ISPaD Project main office+Partition Studies Museum are closed to the public until further notice, WORK FOR THIS NGO MUST MOVE FORWARD. We’re already planning&putting much new content online through many social media apps-including live streaming,educational activities,&learning resources.

Map of Pre-Partition India before 1947
03/22/2020

Map of Pre-Partition India before 1947

03/10/2020

Best wishes! Happy (Shuvo) Dol Jatra/ Holi!

02/20/2020

Call for Papers

2020 Partition Center Journal

(ISSN 2377-7567)

The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project (ISPaD) invites you to send articles, essays, poems, short stories, photographs or documents for the 2020 issue of the Journal. We plan to publish well before the Fall 2020 Partition Center Annual Event/Conference in New York. Our past journals contained articles from/on the U.S., India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Palestine-Israel, Poland and Korea of diverse topics from wide geographical areas. Papers could cover such areas as India and Pakistan partitions; Its consequences; Effects of partition on current socio-politics; Partitions of Bengal, Punjab, Kashmir and Assam; Partition studies; India, Pakistan and Bangladesh independence; partition and/or division of population from Ireland to Cyprus, from the Balkans to Europe, to Palestine, Mideast, the former Soviet Union, Korea and Africa; Reconciliation and forgiveness; Unity; Identity; History; Colonial borders; Narratives of refugees, survivors and protectors; First person account; Division’s long-term effects; Minority issues in divided lands; Effects of displaced peoples on host population; Indigenous peoples, their language, culture and religion; Refugee politics; Longing for home; Nationalism; Extremism; Role of Religion; Tolerance and intolerance; Music, literature and art influencing politics.

(We prefer unpublished materials, however, if you have something already published and want us to consider republication of that, please send us a copy indicating where and when it was published.)

All papers and essays must be written double spaced with end-notes and a bibliography following a standard format. It should not exceed 1,800 words; and sent to us by June 1, 2020.

Papers and documents should be sent to [email protected] as an attachment to The ISPaD Project and/or to [email protected] for the Chair, Partition Center Journal Committee who is Dr. Sachi G. Dastidar, Distinguished Service Professor, Politics, Economics & Law Department, State University of New York, Old Westbury, NY. Just a few other members of the Editorial Committee: Dr. Alireza Ebrahimi, Dr. Edislav Manetovic, Dr. Saradindu Mukherji, Dr. Caroline Sawyer, and Dr. Mohsin Siddique.

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In Bengal, as in much of the Indian Subcontinent, there is a taboo in discussing the plight of minorities and researching the whereabouts of the missing population of minorities. The ISPaD Project attempts to break that taboo and tries to estimate the status of minorities in Bangladesh – the East Bengal of the erstwhile Bengal Province of British-ruled-India AND to answer the all too frequently asked question: Where have my people gone?

This portal attempts to estimate the number of casualties and refugees in order to answer the question of our Mission. It is worth mentioning that the ethnic cleansing of homes and livelihood, and confiscation of homesteads through the Enemy Property Act by declaring Enemies of State. Even during the rule of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (1971-1975), known as the Father of the Bengali Nation, complete security for lives of minority populations did not return. Shiekh Mujibur Rahman compromised with intolerant, anti-secular groups by keeping the inhumane and unjust Enemy Property Act active with a different name — Vested Property Act, during the Bangladesh independence war. History of the atrocities of Partition remains unbeknownst to a majority of humanity, as does the reality of such acts that continue on through today.

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*2019 Partition Center Journal (ISSN 2377-7567): Call for Papers* The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project (ISPaD) invites you to send articles, essays, poems, short stories, photographs or documents for the 2019 issue of the Journal. We plan to release the journal during the October 2019 Partition Center Conference. Our past journals contained articles from/on the U.S., India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Palestine-Israel, Poland and Korea of diverse topics from wide geographical areas. Papers could cover such areas as India, Pakistan and Bangladesh partitions; Its consequences; Effects of partition on current socio-politics; Partitions of Bengal, Punjab, Kashmir and Assam; Partition studies; India, Pakistan and Bangladesh independence; partition and/or division of population from Ireland to Cyprus, from the Balkans to Sahel, to Palestine, Mideast, the former Soviet Union, Korea and Africa; Reconciliation and forgiveness; Unity; Identity; History; Colonial borders; Narratives of refugees, survivors and protectors; First person account; Division’s long-term effects; Minority issues in divided lands; Effects of displaced peoples on host population; Indigenous peoples, their language, culture and religion; Refugee politics; Longing for home; Nationalism; Extremism; Role of Religion; Tolerance and intolerance; Music, literature and art influencing politics. (We prefer unpublished materials, however, if you have something already published and wants us to consider republication of that, please send us a copy indicating where and when it was published.) All papers and essays must be written double spaced with end-notes and a bibliography following a standard format. It should not exceed 1,800 words; and sent to us by June 1, 2019. Papers and documents should be sent to [email protected] as attachment to Sachi G. Dastidar, Ph.D. Chair, ISPaD, and Partition Center Journal Committee; (Distinguished Service Professor, Politics, Economics & Law Department, State University of New York, Old Westbury, NY; [email protected]). Editorial Committee: Dr. Alireza Ebrahimi, Dr. Edislav Manetovic, Dr. Saradindu Mukherji, Dr. Caroline Sawyer, and Dr. Mohsin Siddique.
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