The Grand Trunk Road is the oldest, longest, and most famous highway in southern Asia. This book uses oral testimonies, photographs and texts to explore its history, and shows why it was so crucial to the process of migration to Britain and how the close links between Britain and places along it continue to this day.
Irna Qureshi is an anthropologist and oral historian specialising in British Asian and Muslim arts and heritage. She has collaborated on several exhibitions and books on this theme. Irna holds an MA in Social Anthropology from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Tim Smith
is a freelance photojournalist who combines editorial and commercial work with long term exhibition and publishing projects. His main interests as a photographer and writer have been showcased in eleven books, many of which explore the links between Britain and people in other parts of the world.