More than 25,000 tweets were tweeted with the hashtag #NCERT_Fakes_History, which became one of the top 10 national trends in India on Twitter. The trend was on 3rd spot for few hours. Read more »
The book ‘Themes of Indian History (Part II)’ for class XII says that grants were issued for the repair of temples destroyed in war during the reigns of Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb Read more »
Saif Ali Khan’s fascination for alternative history is not a new phenomenon though. The actor has time-and-again courted controversy by coming up with ridiculous theories about India’s cultural past. Read more »
As the people across the country and the world are celebrating the festival of Rakshabandhan, a tradition that celebrates the sibling bond between a brother and a sister, wherein sisters of all age tie a ‘rakhi’ on the wrist of their brothers, investing them with the responsibility of their potential care, a particularly misleading image … Read more
Karat alleged that pointing out vilification of Hinduism in Indian education system has “insulted heroic freedom fighter Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and other notable educationists belonging mainly to the Muslim community Read more »
For 70 years after independence, a powerful lobby of leftist historians and archaeologists tried to keep a lid on these voices. But they failed. For everyone who believes in justice and truth, it is a moment of triumph. Read more »
History book with chapter ‘History of Goa’ in 11th standard syllabus has misquoted emperor Shivaji’s Goa related information claiming that Shivaji had committed atrocities on men, women and children and some were also killed. Read more »
BJP, supported by other Hindu groups like Bajrang Dal, now want Muzaffarnagar to be renamed Laxminagar Read more »
Not just Birla Science Centre, even owners of other meeting halls refused to rent out their premises for her talk reportedly on police advice due to protests from Hindu groups. Read more »
Hindus have to come out of their complacency. Yes, Mamata painting a school blue/white or one article in Scroll or one in The Hindu can’t destroy Vivekananda. Please be aware that leftist intellectuals already understand this. Read more »
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