The research explores the varying differences of narratives of the independence movement in Pre-independent India and Pakistan as per the Indian and Pakistani High School textbooks. The chapters and framework of the curriculum have been analysed and compared in order to peruse and understand the context of histories and its relevance in the academic structure of the central education board of both the countries. An insight from Indian and Pakistani historians has been overviewed for a better understanding of the matter. The consequentiality of a distorted history often is veiled under political motives, such an instance is also taken into consideration over the course of this research The research further objectively analyzes the role of such historical narration in perception forming of a nation in students.
Indian history , Pakistan history ,Indian Independence , Pakistan Independence , India and Pakistan Textbook Comparison