Hi. I was looking to see if there was anyone out there with information on the Kalra family that lived in a village of Lahore, Pakistan called Shekapur ( I think that's how it is spelled). As far as I know there was a couple that married at the age of 15 and 16 (or maybe a year older). The guy's name was Mohandas Lal Kalra. Him and his wife had 3 sons. All about 2 years apart. The youngest was age 6 at the time of the India/Pakistan partition in 1947. Apparently there was also a little sister born a few days or a few weeks before the war broke out. As far as I know, the story goes that the family (which consists of 3 sons, 1 daughter, father/mother, and a mother in law - and more family) were on their way to India during the riots. The mother was shot in the leg (on some part) and with the riots was lost. She had the daughter in her arms. After that there has been no word of what happen with the family. Since the mother was young it would be no surprise if she remarried. She, I believe came from a family with the surname of Khurana. That's all the information. If you know anyone or yourself know anything about this please email me.