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It was Maharana Raj Singh, who challenged barbarian Aurangzeb, who destroyed Krishna Temple at Mathura, built Idgah mosque & buried idol under steps of...

Barbarian Aurangzeb—after destroying the great temple of Keshava Dev Rai, at Krishna Janmabhumi in Mathura and building Idhah mosque at its place—transported idols (Murti)...

Hadi Rani, story of courage and sacrifice drenched in blood of new bride, who cut off her head to motivate her husband to focus...

How far can ‘a newly married bride’ go to motivate her husband to concentrate in battleground, when the war is knocking at the door? A...

Ahom Kingdom from Assam, which never fell to Mughals, but defeated them in “Battle of Saraighat.” Is that why Ahom kingdom deleted in history...

It is British Viceroys and blood thirsty illiterate tyrant, Mughal Dynasties—who invaded India, destroyed Hindu temples and brutalized Indians—are glorified in history text books...

Should a scenic hill station be named after Lord Dalhousie, a British imperialist, who was responsible for blood bath of Indians in 1857 revolt?

What is common between Dalhousie, a hill station in Himachal Pradesh and Aurangabad, a city known for its twelve-cut caves in Maharashtra? Both cities...

Why Muslims in India take pride in associating themselves with Islamic Invaders like Babur, Tipu Sultan, and Aurangzeb?

A few years back, a controversy erupted when the then Congress government of Karnataka decided to celebrate Tipu Jayanti on 10th November. It was...