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The Train Has Reached Amritsar (Hindi original: Amritsar Aa Gaya Hai) is a short story by Hindi author and playwright, Bhisham Sahni set during the Partition of India. In the story a group of refugees are travelling from what has now become Pakistan towards Amritsar, the first border town in India, and the horrors and destruction they witness on the journey. Sahni also wrote his epic novel Tamas (Darkness, 1974) around partition, which was later adapted to a television film, by Govind Nihalani.

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  • The Train Has Reached Amritsar (Hindi original: Amritsar Aa Gaya Hai) is a short story by Hindi author and playwright, Bhisham Sahni set during the Partition of India. In the story a group of refugees are travelling from what has now become Pakistan towards Amritsar, the first border town in India, and the horrors and destruction they witness on the journey. Sahni also wrote his epic novel Tamas (Darkness, 1974) around partition, which was later adapted to a television film, by Govind Nihalani. An English translation by Ashok Bhalla, was also part of the anthology, Stories of Partition of India (1994). (en)
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  • The Train Has Reached Amritsar (Hindi original: Amritsar Aa Gaya Hai) is a short story by Hindi author and playwright, Bhisham Sahni set during the Partition of India. In the story a group of refugees are travelling from what has now become Pakistan towards Amritsar, the first border town in India, and the horrors and destruction they witness on the journey. Sahni also wrote his epic novel Tamas (Darkness, 1974) around partition, which was later adapted to a television film, by Govind Nihalani. (en)
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