An interview of Mrs. Ila Sen for The ISPaD (Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation) Project that was done in Gopalganj, India. Mrs. Sen, a Hindu, was formerly head mistress at an English-medium school in India. The interviews conducted by The ISPaD Project are part of the first & only effort, thus far, to provide an accurate record of the events that have transpired and continued on, since the partition of the Indian subcontinent in 1947 - with an emphasis on personal experiences.The ISPaD Project's primary focal point is ensuring that narratives of those present at the time of partition & their experiences are not lost. We aspire to capture & chronicle as many of these first-hand narratives as possible.In addition to ISPaD's interviews being readily accessible by the public via the internet, many articles, books, documents, maps, photographs, videos, etc. have been researched, & are also available in The ISPaD Project's continually expanding library in our office at the State University of New York's Old Westbury campus.