Left liberals glorifying Mughals
Such statements don't come just like that. It shows not only the religious fundamentalism but also the barbarism that is taught to this community!
This glorious tale of resilience, patriotism and victory is not told in our school text books, our public discourse has no place for Rajput victories.
Many people, especially those who are not well read, express shock when they find queer people sympathetic to the cause of Hindutva, when truth is that both these causes are linked, of fighting the patriarchal tyranny of Islam.
A booklet titled ‘How brave was Veer Savarkar’ released by All India Congress Seva Dal training camp run by the Congress in Bhopal, has claimed that Veer Savarkar had a physical relationship with Nathuram Godse.
Today's liberals do not question, they condemn everything that is followed and believed by Hindus (only). This makes them uber cool and educated.
The History textbooks that we study in school only dedicated a few pages for the brave warriors who protected their dharma despite being put under the most gruesome tortures that humankind has ever seen, while dedicated 7–8 chapters for the Mughals and the empires of other Islamic invaders.
Mughals had bad policies for Hindus. Either convert or die.
Rana's article starts with the usual ignorance of many bad deeds by conquerors to the good deeds of few and generalizing over the good deeds done by the few. She has comfortably chosen data from 1600 AD to 1870 AD to support her hypothesis.
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For the sake of the future generations, for the sake of our children, please read more books about how Congress had been ruling the country and be aware of the dangers.
मैं विग़त 8 महीनो से साउथ कोरिया में रह रहा हूँ। यहाँ भारतीय लोगों की संख्या क़रीब 13 हज़ार हैं। पर एच॰एस॰एस न होने के आभाव में मैंने महसूस किया है, कि भारतीय लोग संगठित नहीं हैं। और संगठित नहीं होने के कारण लोग अपनी संस्कृति से दूर जा रहे हैं।
This conversation is only an attempt to present the comparative study of jail terms served by both Savarkar and Jawaharlal Nehru.