From Thatta to the United States of America
Subash Bijlani was born on 6th September 1942 in Thatta, Sindh, British India to parents Khanchand and Jassie.
Following Partition, Subash says his family was fortunate as they were in relative safety up to the time they left, aided by the Muslim community.
These days, Subash divides his times between the state of Maryland in the United States of America and Gurgaon, Haryana, India and this is his story.
From Hyderabad to Singapore
Meena Arjandas Daswani (maiden name: Vishni Daryanani) was born on 16th July 1935 in Hyderabad, Sindh, British India in a family of 17 siblings.
Despite having to leave Sindh post-Partition because it was no longer safe, Meena clearly remembers the support her family received from her Muslim neighbours in guiding them to safety.
Today, Meena lives in Singapore and this is her story.
From Sukkur to India
Indur Manghanmal Malkani was born on 10th March 1938 in Sakhar (also known as Sukkur), Sindh, British India, the son of Manghanmal and Bhagwanti Malkani.
Following Partition, Indur says his family was fortunate enough to leave early, so he did not witness any violence that others may have.
Today, Indur lives in Mumbai, India, but remains nostalgic for the homeland that he left behind.