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On Rabindranath Thakur’s birthday, Bengali wokes who scream of “intolerance” should read his article from “Kalantar”.

Courtesy: https://twitter.com/MumukshuSavitri/status/1390734140543168514 In it, Tagore writes: “Whenever a Muslim called upon the Muslim society, he never faced any resistance - he called in the name of one God ‘Allah-ho-Akbar’. “On the other hand, when we call, ‘come on, Hindus’, who will respond? We, the Hindus, are divided in numerous small communities, many

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Alluri Sitarama Raju – One of the greatest revolutionaries who led a long tribal uprising against the British in Andhra Pradesh

https://twitter.com/HistorifyToday/status/1390514517541482497 https://twitter.com/sheshapatangi1/status/1390496249904726017 One of the more ignored aspects of the Indian freedom struggle has been the various tribal revolts that broke out against the British rule. Tribals were prohibited from cutting trees for firewood, their traditional Podu cultivation was banned.And they were often exploited by contractors who used them as labor for

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Shakthan Thamburan/Rama Varman IX: Ruler of Cochin Kingdom Taught The Moplahs a Lesson of a Lifetime

Courtesy: https://twitter.com/adarshahgd/status/1389931814412709891 Once a Nambudri was travelling from Tripunirura to Ernakulam across the rolling hills. That place was occupied by the notorious Moplas who were creating trouble to the government.That place was occupied by the notorious Moplas who were creating trouble to the government. On the way, the Nambudri was attacked by

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The Voting Pattern in the border districts adjoining Bangladesh.

Courtesy: https://twitter.com/BharadwajSpeaks/status/1388883863724642305 These districts have experienced a significant demographic influx due to illegal Mμslim immigration from Bangladesh and high M growth rate. Due to this illegal Mμslim immigration, Hindus have been fleeing Bhagabangola seat is a part of Murshidabad district bordering Bangladesh. It once had 55% Hindus & 44% Mμslims (1872 census).

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Hidden Heritage: Indian Temples

Courtesy: https://twitter.com/Hiddenheritage/status/956960382974750720 First pit-stop on my #ExploreUP journey, Bhitargaon in #Kanpurdehat. Amidst squalor, in a village seemingly over-run by a combo of buffaloes & pigs, stands what may be north India's oldest existing temple. This brick temple dedicated to Vishnu dates to Gupta period, 6th century. #ExploreUP: Having read abt a Lodi-era

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