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Thiruvavaduthurai Adheenam, the math that gave the Sengol to Nehru, slams Congress and media for claiming that govt is lying about the sceptre, says...

Thiruvavaduthurai Adheenam confirms that their seers had given the Sengol to Lord Mountbatten, got it backand presented it to Jawaharlal Nehru in an elaborate ritual.

The Hindu contradicts itself on Sengol to be placed in the new parliament, claims govt’s version is baseless after publishing the same claims

After narrating how the Chola sceptre Sengol was used as a symbol of power from British to India, The Hindu now questions the same claims to attack the govt

‘Did my little might like the Ramayana’s squirrel’: Dancer Padma Subrahmanyam narrates how she brought the Sengol to PM Modi’s notice through a letter

Dr. Padma Subrahmanyam also talked about the significance of the golden sceptre Sengol in Tamil culture which also finds mention in a Tamil epic.

Why Congress reduced the divine Sengol to a mere walking stick of Nehru: Chola Dynasty, the apotheosis of Congress, Somnath Temple and whitewashing of...

A historic tradition will be revived, when the historic Tamil sceptre, ‘Sengol’, will be placed in the new parliament.

Sengol, the symbol of the transfer of power from the British, was displayed as Nehru’s ‘golden walking stick’ at Anand Bhawan in Prayagraj

For over 7 decades, the historic Sengol was languishing in a museum in Prayagraj mislabelled as Nehru's 'golden walking stick'

Chola dynasty sceptre ‘Sengol’ to be placed in the new parliament building by PM Modi, was forgotten after handed over to Nehru as a...

Historic sceptre, 'Sengol' from Tamil Nadu will be placed in the new parliament, which was used as symbol of transfer of power in 1947

Congress MP Abhishek Manu Singhvi counters actor Kamal Hassan, says Cholas spread Sanatan Dharma in many countries

Abhishek Manu Singhvi said,"Denial of religion or God is not foundational in Tamilnadu."

‘There was no Hindu religion during the time of Chola king’, claims Kamal Hassan who once used to spread the word of Christ to...

Kamal Hassan said, "There was no name called ‘Hindu religion’ during Raja Raja Cholan’s period

Greater Chennai Corporation asks artists not to highlight ‘Hindu idols’ in subway paintings on Chola-era themes: Report

Interestingly, on February 7, the Greater Chennai Corporation had tweeted pictures of the artwork, in which paintings of Hindu deities can be seen.

The Imperial Cholas Part III: Naval supremacy

The Chola rule, which lasted from sometime around 300 BCE to 1267 CE, can be easily cleaved into two tenures: the first part from 300 BCE to 740 CE, and the second part from 850 CE to 1267 CE.

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