Suffering and Rejuvenation in the Novels of Chaman Nahal
Keywords:Anguish, Human-Psyche, Partition, Rejuvenation, Suffer, Violence
This article discusses the partition between India and Pakistan. After partition how people became mentally disable and suffering from so many problems. One of the greatest novelists Chaman Nahal who has written the most famous novel “Azadi” during the partition of India and Pakistan in which he writes about historical and political events and rejuvenation, before and after the declaration of British division in June 1947 to vacate India after partitioning it.
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