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Kabo valley was LEASED to Burma in 1834. Nehru gave it up WITHOUT Parliament’s consent

Source: - The Indian Interest / Twitter. https://twitter.com/IndianInterest/status/717353836189364225 https://twitter.com/IndianInterest/status/808999701970157568 https://twitter.com/IndianInterest/status/809001156428984320 https://twitter.com/IndianInterest/status/809001632201515008

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‘Essences’ About India Have Been Created By The West; It’s Time We Unshackle Ourselves From Them

Source:- Subhash Kak / Swarajya Magazine. SNAPSHOT Neither by embracing a false history or by rejecting it altogether can the Indian mind be cleansed of the encrustations placed on it by the colonialist Western narrative. The past must be confronted on its own terms and, once that is done, India turns out to

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What is the nature of Indian nationalism? What are we fighting for?

What does India mean to you? Is it a piece of land? What binds Indians to India? Is it language? Is is a common race? Is it based on one religious idea? Is it Hinduism? Would India remain as one political entity if it were to turn 100% Muslim or Christian

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How much of Indian History is really true — A Talk by Sanjeev Sanyal

To what extent is the Indian history really true. The genesis of this comes from the general impression among people that Indians are generally an ahistoric people, who are not particularly interested in their own history. But this statement is unfounded, as Indians are part of one of the oldest

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Why we must rewrite Indian history

Sanjeev Sanyal opened his talk, organized by the Srijan Foundation, by countering the fundamental argument raised by Indian History students, lovers and researchers that Indians' aren't interested in their history. Here is what the amazing Sanjeev Sanyal says. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78jB3PrvUhg The genesis of this topic (Topic-How much of Indian History is really true) comes

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Did you know: Martanda Varma of Kerala defeated the Dutch – the most powerful navy of the time

The amazing Sanjeev Sanyal brings to the notice of the audience, the very important chapter in Indian history, Martand Verma and the Battle of Colachel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7vkREW_zqw And then of course if you don’t happen to be from Kerala, you probably never heard of Martand Verma. Martand Verma is an extremely interesting character. He was the ruler

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Did you know: Suhaldev Passi, a local chieftain, decimated a large Turkish army in the Battle of Bahraich 1033 AD

Sanjeev Sanyal in his talk at the Press Club of India, organized by the Srijan Foundation begins sharing some lesser known instances from Indian History. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sSZkDWrQ60 Sanjeev Sanyal:- So let me name a few battles through history that many of you may have never heard of but are actually major events in Indian

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