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Veer Savarkar: A Beacon of Bravery Inspired by Chhatrapati Shivaji

Veer Savarkar, an iconic figure in Indian history, stood as a staunch advocate of India's independence. He was a symbol of indomitable courage. His...

Savarkar & Communists : love-hate saga

Even as the most vitriolic opposition for Vinayak Damodar Savarkar comes from the Left parties in India, but a cursory reading of the history...

Ayodhya Ram Mandir – Historical Remnants and New Constructions

The Ram Janmabhoomi and Ram Lalla Temple of Ayodhya is a testament to science and faith. The impartial work done at the site of...

Naiki Devi: Story of the Great Indian Warrior Queen

Warrior women have captured the attention of people all over the world for millennia, from the fabled Amazons of Greek mythology to Queen Boadicea...

Jaichand and Mir Jafar – Were they Traitors

Don’t blame Jaichand. That story is totally false. A hoax started by Abul Fazl to show Islamic rulers in good light. Jaichand fought the invaders...

Why Sindh Was Not Partitioned

The partition of India in 1947 created two independent countries: India and Pakistan. While many regions were divided during this event, Sindh was not...

Hinduism Under Shunga Dynasty

Shunga Dynasty ruled from Magadha and controlled a major portion of North India. Pushyamitra was the founder of the Shunga dynasty in India after...

Breaking Barriers: The Extraordinary Story of Rani Rashmani, a Woman Ahead of Her Time

Rani Rashmani, a prominent social reformer and philanthropist in colonial India, was born in Bengal, India in 1793. She married Mathur Mohan Biswas, a...

Mongols: A Journey From Buddhism To Islam

The Mongols, a nomadic people from Central Asia. They established a vast empire that spanned from Asia to Eastern Europe during the 13th and...

Merciless Hindu Genocide During The Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971

The genocide in Bangladesh, also referred to as the Bangladesh Liberation War or the Bangladesh War of Independence, occurred in 1971. It was a...

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