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In the dead of the night on August 14, 1947, at the cusp of a new era, as a throng of people on the street were celebrating, Bhavna let out a scream, so loud, and pushed her baby out. It was special—both Indya and India were born. A few days later, the boundary line to divide Pakistan and India was laid. The two nations that waited decades for the hard-earned freedom were not prepared for that. Families separated, friends estranged, women raped, and the killings increased with every passing day. Amidst those turmoil, a family with a just born baby, Indya, risked everything, only to reach home. Were they able to survive history’s greatest migration ever?