‘My father was Muslim but can’t confirm mother’s religion, because Muslims came to India without their wives’, says controversial poet Munawar Rana
Munawar Rana said that Muslim invaders took Indian women as wives, hence Muslims can't confirm if their mothers are Muslim or not
30000 men slaughtered in 6 hours: When Nadir Shah of Iran wreaked havoc in Delhi, and Mughals had to give away Afghanistan
Nadir Shah's army decimated the Mughals force and carried out a fierce massacre in Delhi. Nadir Shah took away the Peacock Throne and the Kohinoor diamond.
Did you know: Chalukya Queen Rani Naiki Devi had once defeated Islamic marauder Muhammad Ghori in the battle of Kayadara
Rani Naiki Devi was the daughter of Mahamandaleshwar Parmadi, the king of Kadamba. She defeated Ghori in 1178.
Author Vikram Sampath hits back at ‘historians’ and trolls who attacked him for saying that history textbooks give prominence to Muslim invaders
Historian Vikram Sampath hits back at 'historians' and trolls with evidence how history textbooks glorify Muslim and ignore indigenous rulers
Maulana from viral video praising Mahmud Gaznavi’s attacks near Somnath Temple booked by Gujarat Police, issues apology
The Maulana whose video hailing Mahmud Ghaznavi's attacks outside Somnath temple went viral yesterday was identified as Irshaad Rasheed.
Man hails Mahmud Ghaznavi for bringing ‘glory to Islam’ by desecrating and looting Somnath Temple, video recorded nearby goes viral
In the viral video, the man hails Mohammad Ghaznavi for the invasion and plundering of the Somnath Temple.
Tipu Sultan: a freedom fighter or Islamic bigot?
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
Did Mughals give birth to Raksha Bandhan in India? Fact-check
Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu tradition celebrating the love, care and bond between the siblings and its origins dates back to several millennia
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
Women activists enter Taj Mahal, perform ‘Puja’ at a 400-year old Mosque
Some sections of the society believe that the Taj Mahal was built for Lord Shiva temple (Tejomahalya), which was converted into the present-day tomb after being demolished by the Mughal rulers.
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