In continuation of the series of articles, videos and talks on the Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi issue, here is valuable archival footage of an interview by Wilderness Films with renowned archaeologist and Padma Bhushan awardee, Professor B.B. Lal and fellow archaeologist Dr. S. P. Gupta.
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And this is also the time Miguel Vaz actually went to Portugal, because he realized, even the proselytization was happening in Goa, it was not happening fast enough for his comfort. So he actually went to Portugal. He convinced the King and he got a diktat, saying that, “the regime should Read More
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From the Aryans to Aurangzeb, from St Xavier to Shivaji, our historians have chosen what to hide, what to invent, and what to disclose. The singular reason for this is the craving for patronage – of an ideology, a government, an ecosystem, or a clique. And once Read More
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Palayoor or Palayur is located near Chavakkad in Thrissur district and is 2km away from Guruvayoor. Palayoor Mahadeva Temple does not exist today. This temple was demolished by Christians and a Church was built in that place. Christians Read More
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The methods adopted by the invaders have left behind them their aftermath. One aftermath is the bitterness between the Hindus and the Muslims which they have caused. This bitterness, between the two, is so deep-seated that a century of Read More
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“These invasions of India by Muslims were as much invasions of India as they were wars among the Muslim themselves. Mahomed of Gazni was a Tartar, Mahomed of Ghori was an Afghan, Timur was Mongol, Baber was Tartar, while Nadirshah and Ahmedshah Abdali were Afghans. Read More
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"Sultan Sikandar came to the throne, and soon earned the nickname of Butshikan or Iconoclast, from the intense zeal he showed in destroying the grand old temples which the Hindu Rajas had bequeathed to Kashmir. Sikandar was brave and cultured, but all Read More
Nowadays there is a lot of news about the work of Audrey Truschke, who is a professor in America and who claims that Aurangzeb was a good guy, that much of the crimes attributed to him have never happened. She's part of a slightly larger movement, in Zurich three years Read More
The verdict came after 60 years on 30 September 2010. It was a bit of a mixed verdict, in the sense that, of the two Hindu plaintiffs and one Eskimo plaintiff, the Eskimos did get a little bit of the hill concerned. But the site itself, definitely went to the Read More
However that version, that they demolished it (temple) has been confirmed by many Eskimos in recent centuries. It's only now, the last few decades that the secular, there are the secular first of all and then in their trail the Eskimos, have maintained that there not only was never a Read More
Now this is Richard Eaton who says this. He is an American self-described communist academic and he claims that, Hindus on a massive scale destroyed temples that this was their want. In reality, he cannot manage to find more than a few cases of Hindus not demolishing temples, but abducting Read More
Now, what is the evidence that we have, literary evidence of the temple being destroyed at Ayodhya. There are a large number of histories that were written in the 18th and 19th centuries. In Arabic, Persian and lastly in Urdu, not one of these history says that Babri Masjid was Read More
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