By Sulaiman Razvi We know that even Hindus visit shrines of Sufi saints with utmost respect to fulfill their wishes or to pay respect, but there are some people in the community who doesn’t want communal harmony. The Saffron nationalist are trying to demean the holy saints by calling them traitors. They claim that Sufi […]
Category: Rebuttal: History
Hindu Kush means Hindu Slaughter?
Introduction Right-wing Hindus invented baseless stories and fabricated history in order to sow seeds of hatred and enmity between the Hindus and the Muslims. One of their latest fabrication is the “Hindu-Killers – Hindu Kush” myth. They hijacked the word and attributed a different meaning to feed their extreme nationalist ideology and incite the ignorant […]
Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb: Bad Ruler or Bad History?
By Dr. Habib Siddiqui Of all the Muslim rulers who ruled vast territories of India from 712 to 1857 CE, probably no one has received as much condemnation from Western and Hindu writers as Aurangzeb. He has been castigated as a religious Muslim who was anti-Hindu, who taxed them, who tried to convert them, who […]
Is Taj Mahal a Hindu Temple?
Written by Sulaiman Razvi
Aurangzeb Alamgir: An Indian Pride
Article compiled by ghazipurwalamakki Of all the Muslim rulers who ruled vast territories of India from 712 to 1857 CE, probably no one has received as much condemnation from Western and Hindu writers as Aurangzeb. He has been castigated as a religious Muslim who was anti-Hindu, who taxed them, who tried to convert them, […]
Tipu Sultan Communal Harmony and Secularism
By Prof. Sheik Ali (Former Vice Chancellor of Goa & Mangalore Universities)
Nailing a Lie Tipu Sultan and the demolition of the Hariharesvara Temple
By toshkhana.wordpress.com I am attempting here, to rebut the oft parroted argument propounded a century ago that Tipu Sultan was responsible for the desecration and plunder of the Hariharesvara temple in Harihar, Karnataka. “It would not be impossible to prove with sufficient repetition and a psychological understanding of the people concerned that a square […]
Mid-19th Century Communal Tussle in Ayodhya Has a Lesson for Today’s Awadh
The Hanumangarhi incident (AD 1855-56) could be a helpful reminder to the people of Awadh that sectarian and communal divides – between Shi’a and Sunni as well as between Hindus and Muslims – can be avoided for a larger cause and to maintain the ideals of co-existence and plurality.