Refugees gathering their belongings and preparing to leave. Looking at the black and white photos one cannot distinguish whether the people shown in the photographs are Hindus or Muslims unless the photgrapgher mentions it in the caption or records the events during the moment the photo is taken. Fortunatley most of the photos taken by Margaret Bourke White describes the people shown in the images, however some photos taken by other photograpghers don't carry a description such as the one below.
Dec 29, 2019
Refugee Women learning how to spin yarn, 1947 (Courtesy the Partition Museum): The government of India undertook to train unaccompanied refugee women and girls in tasks that would make them capable of becoming self-reliant citizens. In this poster, such a programme is underway, under the anxious gaze of Nehru. Most such projects failed. Some camps for these women, seen by the state as ‘permanent liabilities’, are still in existence in India. Reference: https://www.cam.ac.uk/files/a-tryst-with-destiny/index.html