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.

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Special 3-day screening of "RISING SILENCE"
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ICSF invites you all to this special screening to take place from 16th to 18th April 2021.

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About this Event/Film
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"Rising Silence" documents the lives of Bangladeshi women who, among thousands of others, suffered brutal sexual violence half a century ago, during the Liberation War of Bangladesh in 1971. They suffered in the hands of invading Pakistani armed forces and their Islamist local collaborators. In a number of judgments, the International Crimes Tribunals of Bangladesh have identified these sexual violences as genocide. The records of widespread sexual violence committed during the 1971 conflict have also been acknowledged for the first time as evidence of rape being used as a weapon of war. The women in the film give their accounts of those horrific acts of cruelty, violence and humiliation that they survived.

The accounts these women give are not only testimonies of sexual violence, but also of a brutal genocide which the world is yet to recognise. We need to listen to their accounts before they are lost in time. We need to learn, empathise, and most importantly, recognise and acknowledge the genocide perpetrated against them as the first step towards justice that the world still owes them. We need to bear witness on their behalf. The Birangona or “courageous women” depicted in this film are dying. Soon they will not be around to tell their stories. We must not let them be forgotten.

WATCH the documentary.
TELL others about it.
WRITE something about it using the hashtag #recognise1971genocide

Directed by Leesa Gazi, the film has been produced by Komola Collective, Openvizor, and Making Herstory. Visit the film's website for more details:
https://www.risingsilence.co.uk/

[The poster used in this listing has been designed by Sam based on the original photograph by Shihab Khan with Caitlin Abbott's artwork]

03/30/2021
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*1971 Bangladesh Genocide and International Recognition
*Virtual Conference on "1971 Bangladesh Genocide and International Recognition”
*Organized by Bangladesh High Commission, London
*In collaboration with the Centre for Genocide Studies, University of Dhaka
*Thursday, 25 March 2021 at 1330-1500 hrs. (GMT)
*Guest Speaker: Dr. Sachi G. Dastidar, Distinguished Professor, State University of New York, Old Westbury; Chair, Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project, New York http://empireslastcasualty.blogspot.com/2021/03/1971-bangladesh-genocide-and.html

Hon. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's Statement on Pakistani Genocide and Bangladesh 50th Independent Celebration, Mar...
03/26/2021

Hon. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's Statement on Pakistani Genocide and Bangladesh 50th Independent Celebration, March 26, 2021

A 79-year old man carrying his 99-year old Bangladeshi Hindu mother for safety to refugee camp in India during 1971 geno...
03/20/2021

A 79-year old man carrying his 99-year old Bangladeshi Hindu mother for safety to refugee camp in India during 1971 genocide by Pakistan Military, and cleansing of Hindu minority. When asked the man said, "My mother. Now she is like a baby. She can't even walk properly. Under this situation how can I leave her behind?" The picture was taken by photographer Santosh Basak. In1972 it received World Press Photo award. No murderer has received any penalty. World remains silent and unrepentant. (Photo courtesy: Ms. M Das.) Genocide started on March 26, 1971.

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Ma Saraswati Murti (Deity) Destruction at Puja Celebration -February 16, 2021 was an auspicious day of Saraswati Puja or...
02/19/2021

Ma Saraswati Murti (Deity) Destruction at Puja Celebration
-February 16, 2021 was an auspicious day of Saraswati Puja or Celebration of Mother Saraswati who bestows knowledge, wisdom and learning to the mortals. She carries a veena, a string instrument, riding her pet, a white swan. People celebrate at home, in schools and colleges, and collectively at neighborhoods and villages joined by all religious groups seeking Her blessings.
Yet, destruction of murtis (deities) continues.

Celebration at Home
*Picture below.*
-One newspaper reported that two of the celebrations were attacked and deities destroyed in Jamalpur district on the day of celebration.
-Here is a picture from one community celebration that was attacked:
*Picture below.*

See daily: https://www.bhorerkagoj.com/2021/02/17/%e0%a6%b8%e0%a6%b0%e0%a6%bf%e0%a6%b7%e0%a6%be%e0%a6%ac%e0%a6%be%e0%a7%9c%e0%a7%80%e0%a6%a4%e0%a7%87-%e0%a6%aa%e0%a7%83%e0%a6%a5%e0%a6%95-%e0%a6%a6%e0%a7%81%e0%a6%87-%e0%a6%aa%e0%a7%82%e0%a6%9c/

-Raju Das informed via his Twitter that seven murtis (deities) were destroyed or damaged just as they were getting finishing touches. Terrorists left their excrement at the murti builders’ shed. There is a video that tells of mayhem in Bengali.
Raju Das @RajuDas7777
-Jihadists have vandalized 7 deities (idols) at the Sholla Battala public temple in Nawabganj upazila (sub district) of Dhaka district in Bangladesh. At the same time leaves the (human) excrement in the temple & smear the excrement on the deities (idol.) The incident is said to hv taken place on Saturday (Feb 13) night.
https://twitter.com/i/status/1362290401646768128

02/01/2021

Live Video Recording done by Indology Academy.

Psychology of Prophetism by Dr. Elst answers many questions and simultaneously raises more questions by those same minds. Nonetheless, as religion is an opiate for/of the masses - every video speaking of any subject that might focus upon religion or even mentions one, some, or all religions in any respect has opened the door...for the devout + religious militants (of any faith & agnostics & atheists) to respond very emotionally and extensively against or for such a video.

01/27/2021

Call for Papers
2021 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 2021 issue of the Journal. We plan to release the journal during the October 2021 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 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 endnotes and a bibliography following a standard format. It should not exceed 1,800 words; and sent to us by June 1, 2021.
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 R. Siddique.

01/19/2021

The ISPaD Project respects Martin Luther King Day on 1/15/21: Though King's actions and accomplishments earned him a prominent place in American history, his pen has had just as big of an impact. From his famous "I have a dream" speech to his landmark "Letter from the Birmingham Jail," his words continue to uplift and inspire.—King promotes the best virtues that humans can possess: kindness, understanding, forgiveness, hope, and most important of all, love.👍🏽💟☮️

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01/10/2021

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01/07/2021
Arrest & Imprisonment of Journalist Arrest of Journalist Shuvo Sengupta of India for Protesting Celebration of a Hindu Killer & Leader of Partition of India

Censorship and Arrest of Journalist in Indian Bengal, December 2020

Recently (2020) the ruling party of West Bengal State of India, Trinamool Congress Party, celebrated birth anniversary of Mr. Husyan S. Suhrawardy, a former Premier of Bengal Province of British India and a former Prime Minister of Pakistan after India was partitioned in 1947. Trinamool is an anti-Communist, anti-Congress, and anti-nationalist state-based party who defeated the ruling Communist Party of India-Marxist coalition government of West Bengal state who ruled West Bengal for over three decades from 1970s through 2010s. Trinamool was founded and headed by Ms. Mamata Banerjee who is now the Chief Minister of West Bengal. Premier Suhrawardy was a sectarian leader of Muslim League Party who demanded his colonial British boss partition of India and Bengal Province on the basis of communal Muslim-Non-Muslim divide. Moreover, to impress his white colonial bosses of Muslim-Hindu partition Suhrawardy conducted two major mass killings of Hindus in 1946 while he was the Premier of Bengal. On August 16, 1946 after a pro-partition rally in Calcutta Maidan (Central Open Space) by separatist Muslims thousands of Hindus were murdered in broad day-light in that Hindu-majority city, which was also the capital of united Bengal Province then, and now the capital of the partitioned West Bengal state. His government didn’t arrest any Hindu killers. British rulers didn’t ask for arrest either. A few weeks later on 1946 October Suhrawatdy organized another mass Hindu killing and forced conversion of young Hindu girls and Hindu mothers starting on the suspicious Hindu Laskhmi Puja Day. (Many books have been written on Noalhali killings, among them Gupta, Ashoka, Noakhalir Durjoger Diney (An Account of the Aftermath of Riot in Noakhali in 1946), Naya Udyog, Calcutta, 1999; and Godbole, V. S., Horrors of Noakhali Massacre of October, 1946, www.india-forum.com/forums/ index; see interview of girl-mother rescuers Rabindra Nath Datta https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EbfLCR81uw & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pd0-CTxHN5k.)

One Mr. Shuvo Sengupta, a Kolkata (Calcutta), India journalist of Bengal Owl protested in social media commemoration of a Hindu killer in Hindu-majority West Bengal. Sengupta was arrested and imprisoned by Trinamool Government of Ms. Mamata Banerjee for protesting celebrating killer of 5,000 Hindus. Media of Kolkata, India, Bangladesh, U.K. and U.S. censored Sengupta’s oppression. Here is a description of Sengupta tragedy.

https://youtu.be/wPW4-1YDDYcThis interview of Dr. Dastidar was moderated by Mr. Ashok Viyas broadcast and broadcast on I...
12/28/2020
ITV interview of Dr. Sachi Dastidar in 2011

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This interview of Dr. Dastidar was moderated by Mr. Ashok Viyas broadcast and broadcast on ITV. The interview was done/given as a pursuit of information with regards to Dr. Dastidar, personally, in addition to his founding of The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation (ISPaD) Project.

An interview of Dr. Sachi Dastidar done on 1/11/11 by and broadcast on ITV. The interview was done/given as a pursuit of information about Dr. Dastidar and h...

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11/26/2020

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09/29/2020
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Please join our annual Conference and Journal Release on October 17, 2020 at 10:30 AM EST NY Time (8 PM India Time). This year our event is virtual or online via Zoom.

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10:30 AM Conference Opening, Annual Report, Journal Release, and more.

Followed by 3 30-minute panels, 11 to 11:30; then 11:30 to 12, and 12 noon to 12:30 PM, on

New Indian Citizenship Law of CAA,

Revisiting Two Nation Theory, and

Contributions of Indian Americans 1905-1947, and Later Developments,

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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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Translation of Subhe Azadi স্বাধীনতার প্রভাত (আগস্ট ১৯৪৭) ফয়েজ আহমেদ ফয়েজ অনুবাদ: সূপর্ণা মজুমদার এই দাগ ধরা প্রভাত, এই রাতের কামড় খাওয়া প্রভাত, সেই যার প্রতীক্ষায় ছিলাম, এতো সেই প্রভাত নয়, এতো সেই প্রভাত নয় যার প্রার্থনা নিয়ে বন্ধু, বেরিয়ে পড়েছিলাম এই ভেবে যে কোথাও না কোথাও তা্র দেখা পেয়ে যাবো। আকাশের মরু-প্রান্তরে তারাদের শেষ গন্তব্যস্থল, কোথাও তো হবে ওই মন্থর রাত্রির ঢেউ গুলির বেলাভূমি, কোথাও না কোথাও তো গিয়ে থামবে এই হৃদয়ের বেদনার নৌকাখানি। তরুণ রক্তের রহস্যময় রাজপথে চলার সময় আঁচলে কত না হাত পড়েছে; সুন্দরের বাসস্থল এর অস্থির শয়্ন-গৃহ থেকে ডেকে গেলো কত না বাহু, কত না শরীরের চিৎকার; কিন্তু বড় প্রিয় ছিলো নিশান্তের মুখখানির সেই অনুরাগ, বড় কাছের ছিলো সুন্দরের আলোকের আঁচল, প্রাণবন্ত ছিলো সেই আকাঙ্খা, সামান্য ছিলো সেই ক্লান্তি । একথা শুনেছি যে আঁধার আর আলোকের বিচ্ছেদ সম্পূর্ণ হয়েছে, একথা শুনেছি যে পদক্ষেপ আর গন্তব্যস্থলের মিলন সম্পূর্ণ হয়েছে; দুঃখী মানুষের রীতি-নীতি বড়ই পালটে গেছে, মিলনের আনন্দ এখন পবিত্র আর বিচ্ছেদের যন্ত্রণা নিষিদ্ধ । কলিজার আগুন, দৃষ্টির বিক্ষোভ, হৃদয়ের জ্বলন, ওদের কারোর ওপর এই বিচ্ছেদের উপসমের কোনও প্রভাব নেই, এই সুন্দর ভোরের বাতাস কোথা হতে এলো, কোথায় বা চলে গেলো ? পথের পাশে যে প্রদীপ সে তো এখনও কোনও খবরই জানেনা; ভারাক্রান্ত এই রাত্রির ভার এখনও তো কিছু কম হলোনা, দৃষ্টি এবং হৃদয়ের মুক্তির লগ্ন তো আজও এলোনা । চলো, চলতে থাকো কারণ আমাদের গন্তব্যস্থল এখনও আসেনি ।
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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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