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Mughals Wiped out Hinduism

The realty of ‘Mughalia Saltanat’

Besides constructing magnificent forts, burial tombs and tens of thousands of Mosques, Mughals did nothing for the people.

Why reconstruction of Gyanvapi Mandir was not possible before 1778-1780

Here are various truths based on historical events associated with Gyanvapi Mandir.

Who were the Mughal invaders that looted India?

India under the Mughals was one of the most miserable countries in the world. The previous Hindu rulers taxed the farmers just 16 per cent of the total produce, the Mughal tax rate was 30-50 per cent, plus some additional cesses.

Taj Mahal Secrets (part-1)

A lot of thanks and credits to Praveen Mohan Underground secrets of Taj Mahal- One of the Seven Wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal of...

Why Ram Mandir

generation or two, Bharatiyas have resisted, sacrificed and survived one invasion after another. The reclaiming of this ancient site and building a grand temple is a civilization accepting the challenge of the competing invasive cultures and declaring in one voice that we are here to stay.

The Hindus- Survival despite at the receiving end of historical injustice

The Hindu stands powerless. He is tormented at the fact that the expanse of the word “Hindu” has been narrowed to the theological aspect of his culture.

Great Muslim rulers : The myth and the reality

It is time that history books reevaluate the acts of these so called great Muslim rulers. The lie that bigotry and communalism in India started only after 1857 needs to be dispelled.

“Pride” of India: “Shame” of Bharat

After white masters, our brown masters ensured that the newly freed slave population is blind to their culture and adopts it's oppressors as their forefathers. ensuring that the local history is removed from history books.

A rebuttal to Rana Safvi’s article “No, Mughals didn’t loot India. They made us rich”

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.

A fort that once was a Mandir

Kurumbera Fort, once built as a Mandir, where Sri Ram Chandra & Sita Mata believed to have had spent some time nearby during their 14 yrs of exile, was attacked by Islamic invader Aurangzeb and then never restored as temple again!

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