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Mughal Rule of India

“Mughals were born from Rajput mothers”: Nehru fangirl Sagarika Ghose has yet another fangirl moment, this time for Akbar

After she woke up to the news that the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh has renamed the Mughal Museum in Agra after Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Ghose had a complete meltdown on Twitter.

The myth of Mughal greatness: Mughals were neither great rulers nor were they secularists competing with Nehru

Amd growing tendency to recreate the myth of Mughal majesty, it is important for people to know about the truth about the Mughals

Hinduon se azadi? Sagarika Ghose hails Islamic invaders and mass murderers as patriotic kings and freedom fighters

Sagarika Ghose glorified Jihadis who had committed unspeakable atrocities against Hindus.

Mughals established ‘Akhand Bharat’: Unintentional comedy erupts as Islamists trend #ThanksMughals

ThanksMughals was trended on Twitter by Islamists to glorify the brutality of Mughals.

Once upon a time the tyrannical Aurangzeb was vanquished and the Kesari Dhwaj flew high

Aurangzeb's single minded obsession with showing the Hindus their place had cost him his very empire.

Once upon a time, there was the great Maratha Sambhaji, who continued to haunt Aurangzeb even in death

Sabhaji's brutal torture forged a unity and a sacred vow was sworn to uproot the Mughal empire from the soil of Bharata.

Once upon a time, atop the thorns of Aurangzeb’s tyranny, rose Hindavi Swaraj

A story of a man ordained by the Gods to carry out their will.

Here are 6 canards we can expect ‘liberals’ to spread on Aurangzeb’s 400th birthday

We look at some of the arguments that we are sure would be rehashed on his 400th birthday in just a couple of days

Uttar Pradesh: Allahabad to now be called Prayagraj, confirms Yogi government

Earlier, Mughal Sarai Railway Station was also renamed to Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Nagar Station

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