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Agile Hands and Creative Minds: A Bibliography of Textile traditions...
by Donald Clay Johnson
Listed under Textile Arts

Amritsar to Lahore : A Journey Across the India-Pakistan Border
by Stephen Alter

Jinnah, Pakistan and Islamic Identity : The Search for Saladin
by Akbar S. Ahmed, Ahmed Akbar
August 1997 marked the 50th anniversary of India and Pakistan's independence from Great Britain. That hard-won independence, however, came with a high price: a bloody partition of the subcontinent into Hindu-majority India and the Muslim state of Pakistan. Almost as soon as Jawaharlal Nehru pronounced India a new nation, the butchery began--a bloodbath in which millions perished and for which there are still no exact figures. What Mohandas K. Gandhi was to India, Mohammed Ali Jinnah was to Pakistan--the architect of its statehood. In Jinnah, Pakistan and Islamic Identity, Akbar S. Ahmed shines the spotlight on a man whose character, he feels, has been distorted by the official Pakistani line. Though Jinnah was clearly interested in ensuring a homeland for Muslims, Ahmed's book makes clear that this London-trained lawyer was no Islamic fundamentalist. The author's take on Indian-Pakistani history, his account of Jinnah's involvement, and his ideas about the future of Pakistan and the Islamic world are both thought-provoking and important. Amazon.com
Paperback: 320 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.74 x 9.56 x 6.77
Publisher: Routledge; ;
ISBN: 0415149665

Karakoram : Mountains of Pakistan
by Shiro Shirahata
A stunning collection of photographs of the Karakoram and the Hindu-Kush.
Listed under Mountaineering

New Nukes : India, Pakistan and Global Nuclear Disarmament
by Praful Bidwai, Achin Vanaik, Arundhati Roy (Introduction)

The Sole Spokesman: Jinnah, the Muslim League and the Demand for Pakistan
by Ayesha Jalal (Author)

India and Pakistan : The First Fifty Years (Woodrow Wilson Center Series)
by Selig S. Harrison (Editor), Paul H. Kreisberg (Editor), Dennis Kux (Editor)
Book Description: One fifth of the world's people live in India and Pakistan. Looking back on their first fifty years of independence, leading specialists on South Asia assess their progress and problems, their foreign and defense policies and their relations with the United States. The three coeditors, who compare the achievements of India and Pakistan in a perceptive introductory overview, combine journalistic, diplomatic and academic experience. Selig S. Harrison served as South Asia Bureau Chief of the Washington Post, Paul H. Kreisberg is a former Deputy Chairman of the State Department's Policy Planning Council, and Dennis Kux is a former Director of the India Desk in the State Department.
Cambridge Univ Pr (Pap Txt); (December )

India, Pakistan, and the Kashmir Dispute: On Regional Conflict and Its Resolution
by Robert G. Wirsing

The Pakistan Army (1998 Edition)
by Stephen P. Cohen
Oxford University Press; 1st edition (July 1, )

Himalayan Passage : Seven Months in the High Country of Tibet, Nepal, China, India, & Pakistan
by Jeremy Schmidt, Patrick Morrow (Photographer)

Pakistan's Arms Procurement and Military Build-Up, 1979-99 : In Search of a Policy
by Ayesha Siddiqa-Agha

A Guide to the Birds of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives
by Richard Grimmett et al.
Listed under Birds of India

Embroidery from India and Pakistan (Fabric Folios)
by Sheila Paine
Listed under Embroidery
 

Soldiers of God: With Islamic Warriors in Afghanistan and Pakistan
by Robert D. Kaplan, Robert D. Kaplan
Paperback from Vintage
 
Sources of Indian Tradition
by Stephen Hay
Paperback from Columbia University Press
1988
Special Order
 
Pakistan: Eye of the Storm
by Owen Bennett Jones
Paperback from Yale Univ Pr
 
India and Pakistan (Inventing the Nation)
by Ian Talbot
Paperback from Edward Arnold

Special Order
 
The United States and Pakistan, 1947-2000: Disenchanted Allies (The Adst-Dacor Diplomats and Diplomacy Series)
by Dennis Kux
Paperback from Woodrow Wilson Center Pr
 
Pakistan : In the Shadow of Jihad and Afghanistan
Pakistan : In the Shadow of Jihad and Afghanistan
by Mary Anne Weaver
Paperback from Farrar Straus & Giroux
 
Pakistan: The Eye of the Storm
Pakistan: The Eye of the Storm
by Owen Bennett Jones, Owen Bennett Jones
Hardcover from Yale Univ Pr
 
A History of Pakistan and Its Origins (Anthem South Asian Studies)
A History of Pakistan and Its Origins (Anthem South Asian Studies)
by Christophe Jaffrelot, Gillian Beaumont, Christoph Jaffrelot
Hardcover from Anthem Press
 
Conflict Unending
Conflict Unending
by Sumit Ganguly
Paperback from Columbia University Press
 

Kashmir in Conflict : India, Pakistan and the Unfinished War
by Victoria Schofield
Out of Print - Try Used Books

Train to Pakistan
by Khushwant Singh
Listed under Indian Culture

The Butterflies of Pakistan
by T. J. Roberts, Syed Babar Ali
Out of Print - Try Used Books

The United States and Pakistan, 1947-2000 : Disenchanted Allies (The Adst-Dacor Diplomats and Diplomacy Series)
by Dennis Kux
Out of Print - Try Used Books
 
 
 

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