Forgotten Heroes-I: VD Savarkar
In this article, an eminent personality and grassroots worker who lived his youth years in Andman jail, Vinayak Damodar Das Savarkar will be discussed.
Remembering Netaji: Not only for his mysterious death, but also for his marvelous deeds
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose is a part of our heritage.
और जिम्मेदार लोग इतिहास कि इस समीक्षा से आसानी से बच के निकल गए।
हमें सुखदेव और राजगुरु को भी नहीं भूलना चाहिए जिन्होंने भगत सिंह के साथ ही हंसते हुए फांसी के फंदे को गले लगाया था कि मातृभूमि का उद्धार हो सके। पर इन्हें क्या मालूम था आने वाले समय में भारत के टुकड़े हो जाएंगे।
Ravivarma Kulashekara: The scion of Dharma in God’s own country
This brave son of Bhārat will be remembered in the pages of Hindu history for generations to come.
History and Historiography on Prithviraj Chauhan – a course of conflict
Side effect of movies and serials on historical figures like Prithviraj Chauhan is accusative sub-standard content written for quick buck of fame and distributed with a stroke of arrogance. For facts to prevail It is imperative to debunk such reviews-turned-coercive-critiques which are 'part of the problem' literature.
How did Aurangzeb bring Sharia Laws to India?
He brought the most orthodox “Hanafi” version of Sharia laws to India usurping the Sufi religion of his ancestor- Akbar, the great.
The colonial hangover in the Indian education system
Textbooks should amend the terse and inaccurate statement attributing the discovery of India to Vasco Da Gama
Bawani Imli: An unsung saga of the supreme sacrifice
"Whoever takes the body from the tree will face the same fate"
Some battles that the Mughals fought at Delhi
It is often taught in History books that the Mughals had been the apex predators in the military history of India. This article details some of the battles fought at Delhi in which the Mughals have been a party.
A fact-check on vile allegations against Savarkar: Are they true?
In this article, I'm going to examine certain portions of Savarkar's book, 'Six Glorious Epochs of Indian History', which allegedly have contents endorsing rape of Muslim women as a political tool. How true are these claims? Did Savarkar really say something erroneous? It can be understood only after examining the text.