When the Great War ended with the disbanding of the Ottoman Empire, Gandhi persuaded the Congress to support the Khilafat Movement – a violent agitation for restoration of the Islamic Caliphate deposed by the victorious British. Before long, he pinched his nose and plunged into the murky waters of religious Read More
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Anand Ranganathan makes a case for why it is B R Ambedkar and not Mahatma Gandhi who deserves the honorific title of “Father of the Nation” for his indispensable contribution in the making of modern India, in drafting the Constitution, and more importantly, for his pivotal efforts to get the Read More
Courtesy: - Keraleyam Facebook Page.
In this document, which are from British Library and Indian national archieves, Ambedkar opines that he has ample reason to believe that communists are well supplied by arms and money.
Document also says that PC Joshi, on beahlf of the Communist Party, made proposals to help British Indian Read More
Source: - https://www.newslaundry.com/2017/04/14/ambedkar-on-islam-the-story-that-must-not-be-toldSource: - Newslaundry.com
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
Source: Vihaga Veekshanam Blog.
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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
Translated from - Vihaga Veekshanam Blog
“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
Absolutely must-read excerpts from Dr. B.R. Ambedkar's book titled "Pakistan or the Partition of India".
In the controversy that went on between Mr. Jinnah and the Congress in the year 1938, Mr. Jinnah was asked to disclose his demands which he refused to do. But these demands have come to Read More
Excepts from "Pakistan or the Partition of India" by BR Ambedkar.
In particular they should note that there is a difference between Macht Politic [Power politics] and Gravamin Politic [in which the main strategy is to gain power by manufacturing grievances] ; that there is a difference between Communitas Communitatum and Read More