Why Was India Divided into Two Nations?

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India was divided into two nations in 1947 due to decolonization. When the British left, the Hindu and Muslim populations were divided into Hindu India and Muslim Pakistan.
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to make peace(
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The urban-rural divide in India is no longer to be seen
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Simple version. When the British left, the Hindu and Muslim peoples of India decided that they could not live together. They wanted their own countries - hence the THREE nations -
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Britain tried to devise a constitutional formula that would preserve the unity of India while offering safeguards for its large Muslim minority. Gandhi also favoured a single, secular
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