Few survivors have written their stories. That's understandable; it's a horrible, painful chapter and to write is to relive.
Here are a couple of links about some others survivors of Delhi '84. The first, by a young man with cerebral palsy is especially moving to me. Revisiting 1984 by Amrit in the Writing Cave
Here are eighteen short eyewitness
accounts. These are brief, but contain a lot of information. Not for the squeamish.
This story is about a reporter who was a witness to Trilokpuri, a poor section of Delhi inhabited at the time by S ikhs, Muslims and Hindus, where some of the worst violence occurred.
This picture of the dog eating the roasted man is from Trilokpuri.
I am adding these gruesome links just as evidence that our stories, while more personally told than most, are not really unusual. I was going to put some more links, but I think this is enough to make my point and, frankly, I've had enough of this for now.
Read and weep.
WHY TRY TO FIT IN WHEN YOU WERE BORN TO STAND OUT?
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