|Series||Evergreen books,, E-28|
|LC Classifications||PZ4.S6182 Man, PR9499.3.S53 Man|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||181|
|LC Control Number||56005725|
Get this from a library! Mano Majra. [Khushwant Singh] -- " story of the onslaught of partition and its effect on the small Punjabi village of Mano Majra, where Sikh landowner and Muslim tenant have lived peaceably for centuries."--Kirkus. Chapter 3, Mano Majra Summary. In chapter three, the constable brings Chand's plan into action. The village is in a state of depressed shock over the burned corpses when the constables release Malli and his gang; the villages know Jugga had nothing to do with it, but the fact that Malli has been released signaled to them that the police were sure. "Mano Majra is a tiny place. it has only three brick buildings, one of which is the home of the moneylender Lala Ram Lal. The other two are the Sikh temple and the mosque. The three brick buildings enclose a triangular common with a large peepul tree in the middle. Mano Majra Black cat book Evergreen books Four Square Books. no. Four Square books: Author: Khushwant Singh: Publisher: Grove Press, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Because Mano Majra is located right on the border of Pakistan and India, the town becomes important in the story later on. The train of corpses or the train leaving to Pakistan are major points in the story where the train station in Mano Majra becomes crucial in the story. On the other hand, Mano Majra's train station is very important to its. This is a very interesting book about the partition of India and Pakistan. It is written very well, but the content is very graphic and very sad considering the things that happened during this time. Mano Majra, which is noteworthy only because of its small station on the Indo-Pakistan railway link. But when the train to Pakistan is /5. I feel stupid merely thinking of reviewing the Khushwant Singh's book, Train to Pakistan but of course, it has to be done, and so, here it goes: Train to Pakistan is the story of the small village of Mano Majra. It starts at the time of partition, soon after when the English have left India leaving a broken country in their wake/5(K). Train to Pakistan pdf by Khushwant Singh The summer of mano majra where sikhs and god the prose is written when a scatter. Instead was fantastic less fortunate time than normal will fail to pakistan. But malli's gang has masterpieces like a girl she herself not liked that there.
Mani Majra Fort. ManiMajra was a princely state during Sikh period and there is a fort built by Gareeb Dass native of the area, Jatt by caste. Manimajra is now sector Chandigarh Gallery. Mani Majra Fort, south side entrance view Mani Majra Country: India. Explore The World of Mano Majra Home. Section Summaries Characters. Significant Passages Welcome to the world of Mano Majra! The book focuses on the corruption of government personals and is centered around the controversial love between a Muslim and a Sikh. Rustic simplicity is one of the cardinal features of his character. The total environment of Mano Majra, Khushwant Singh creates in Train to Pakistan before the shifting of Muslim population to nearby refugee camp at Chundunnugger, is of communal peace and harmony. The partition of India, in , is a shock to the inhabitants of this village. Mano Majra. The fictional partition town and main setting of the book. All the main characters save Chand and Iqbal are from there. Chundunnegger. A local town where the regional police station is and where Jugga and Iqbal are held in jail. The Train Station. Mano Majra had a train station; train arrivals organized town life.