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UP 2014, like Punjab 1947

Not long ago, while working on a history of undivided Punjab, I found that in 1914 that vast province was seen as the subcontinent’s hope for economic progress and inter-communal understanding. Yet, in 1947, both halves of divided Punjab saw carnage that no part of the world should witness.

Message for Ukraine

A special message from Rajmohan Gandhi for Ukraine

Reviews of 'Punjab: A History from Aurangzeb to Mountbatten'

Excerpts from several reviews are available in this PDF file.

‘Understanding undivided Punjab vital for comprehending India, Pakistan’

The Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) hosted the launching ceremony of the book Punjab: a History from Aurangzeb to Mountbatten, authored by Rajmohan Gandhi, the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi. The session included a public talk centred around understanding modern Pakistan and India through the prism of undivided Punjab.

Further events in Lahore

As part of his visit to Lahore, Prof Gandhi took part in an all-day interaction at Lahore University of Management Sciences’ humanities and social sciences department, and an international conference organised by the Trust for History, Art and Architecture of Pakistan.