History books should teach India’s civilisational, linguistic heritage, not unfounded claims: Parliamentary Committee meets to discuss NCERT books
The panel heard suggestions from ex-NCERT director and other representatives on reforms in textbooks
NCERT says it has no information on source of claim made in textbook that Mughals had rebuilt temples after destroying them
NCERT History textbook says that Shahjahan and Aurangzeb have issued grants for rebuilding temples destroyed in war
Other Islamists and 'liberals' just went pure abusive while basking in the glory of their 'Mughal ancestors'.
The tactical understanding between the Pakistan-sponsored Khalistani elements who have hijacked the Punjab farmer protests and Islamists is being falsely depicted as some sort of 'Sikh-Muslim unity'.
Did petha originate in Mughal kitchens? Writer ties herself in knots as report she shared debunks her claims
The legend that says petha originated in the Mughal kitchens appears to be just that, a legend.
Hindus Under Siege: From ancient history to modernity, and the changing nature of the foes of our Civilisation
Geetha G -
A Hindu nationalist government with absolute majority in power, in the second most populous country on earth, for the second consecutive term. Can we ever be under threat?
Often idolised by the extremist section of Islamic society, Babur is assumed to be an ideal Muslim who followed all the modern day practises of Islam.
“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.
Under construction Mughal museum in Agra to be named after Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj: Yogi Adityanath
Yogi Adityanath emphasised, "How can our heroes be Mughals? The very name of Shivaji will invoke a feeling of nationalism and self-esteem"
Tipu Sultan is often credited in our history textbooks as a ‘secular’ ruler of Mysore who fought against the British in the late 1700s. While the latter part of the sentence does hold merit, the former is nothing but blatant propaganda