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distortion of history

Importance of teaching history

If we really want our kids to be physically and mentally strong then history must be taught.

Devil’s advocate; Raja Man Singh I, sinner and a saint

A narrative was built by the leading lights amongst Left historians in creating Demons amongst Rajput community by fake alignment of evidence taking bits and pieces to paint a picture wholly incongruous with the facts.

The case for truth and reconciliation commission of India

I would like to propose the idea of forming a “Truth and Reconciliation Commission of India” be set up by the Government of India with only one goal – to tell the truth as is.

Yogi Adityanath is right when he says “How can Mughals be our hero”

Why the name is important if that’s the question then given the free run of the secular historians right from the dawn of India’s independence, made us almost forget our own history, our ancestry, our tradition, and our culture.

Suppressing Maratha history in school textbooks

Secularism has never inspired anyone to do anything, except indulging in laziness. A nation without history is like a man without soul. We urgently need to recast our history books by focusing on a few critical points.

War of narratives in India and abroad

Fundamental changes should be planned and carried out in order to demolish the anti-India narrative. But if these do not happen in the next 5-6 years, it will come as a dead end for cultural unity and prevalent peace in India.

The history of India – a story of distortion by marxists

By interpreting history only on the basis of economic monopoly can not eradicate the wrongdoings which were done based on religion.

How history was altered by architects of out nation

A very few Keralites know about Mapplah Lahala where scores of tribals and commoners were massacred. Also, the history of how Pazhassi Raja defeated both British and Tipu is conviniently omitted from textbooks.

Entertainment, history and a slow poison

If we continue in the same way we are going after five hundred years, some people will talk about the extinct, great Indian civilization just like we talk about the lost Egyptian civilization.

Surendra Sai- The invincible Indian hero: Remembering him on his birth anniversary

The contribution of Sai and his associates in the freedom struggle is unmatched. But these brave sons of the soil are yet receive the recognition that they truly deserve.

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