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Borders & Boundaries: Women in India's Partition Paperback – Import, 1 May 1998
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By taking such a stilted pro-India approach, they play into the very kinds of communal thinking that they purport to challenge. Following on this, there isn't much on Muslim women despite the fact that the official numbers suggest far more Muslim women were abducted than the other way around.
I would suggest this book as an initial foray, but with the caveat that it has its own "national" bias (e.g., blaming Muslims alone for the very partition of India which is a gross simplification of history). I hope that someone will take it upon themselves to provide a more even-handed approach.