Partition Museum Stories of a people Divided

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The Partition of the subcontinent in 1947 resulted in the largest mass migration in human history, directly impacting between 12 to 18 million people. We’ll walk through the galleries of the Partition Museum and look at this history in the context of oral histories and narratives of Partition survivors.

The first part of the walk will cover the decades leading up to Partition, and look at the social, cultural and political situation prevailing in the subcontinent through the narratives of people interviewed by the Museum. In the second part of the walk, we’ll discuss the stories of migration and resettlement following Partition, and its effect on individuals as well as on the society.

This guided tour is free.

Sunday, 25 February 2018
11:00 am to 01:00 pm
Meeting Time: 10:45 am
Meeting Point: Ticket Counter, Partition Museum, Amritsar
Walk Leader: Ganeev Kaur Dhillon
Medium: English

Things to keep in mind:
Mandatory registration closes after 25 entries.

Steps for registration:
Fill the form to confirm your registration.
https://goo.gl/N8hw4T

If you are unable to attend the walk after having registered, please inform us over an email or a text message.

Email: ihwf@sahapedia.org

Location: The Partition Museum is located at the start of the Heritage Plaza, Amritsar, opposite Brother’s Dhaba (Bhravan da Dhaba), 5-7 minutes walk from the Golden Temple.

Accessibility: The Museum is completely accessible for those with prams or using a wheelchair.

Closest Parking: Golden Temple Parking Lot (paid parking).
Entry Fee: INR 10 for Indian citizens; INR 250 for foreigners.

Photography inside the Museum: Not allowed.

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