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Presentation based on a book by       SITA RAM GOEL
 The ancient past of India is so great that it simply  cannot be over-glorified. Gupta age was the Golden age of Hindu h...
GuptaEmpire
Aryabhatt(AD 476 – 550)One of the greatestmathematician-astronomers of theworld.
KalidasClassical Sanskritpoet and dramatist,author ofMeghadūta,AbhijñānashākuntalaandKumārasambhava.
Will Durant
Members of the Islamic Jihad praying
Mahmud Ghaznavi971-1030AD In 1000AD Mahmud defeated Raja Jaipal of Kabul. In 1004 AD he dtormed Bhatiya & plundered the Pa...
Tarikh-i-Yamini of Utbi, Mahmud’s secratory
MohammedGhuri 1160-1206ADHe renewed Islamicimperialism in thelast quarter of the12th century AD.Buddhist complex atSarnath...
Taj-ul-Masir, Hasan Nizami
In 1194 AD Ghuri’sLieutenantQutubuddin Aibakdestroyed 27 Hindutemples at Delhi &built the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosquewith their...
On his return to Ajmer, Aibak destroyed theSanskrit college of Visladeva, and laid the foundations of amosque which came t...
Adhai Din ka Jhonpara
The Slave(Mamluks)SultansShamsuddinIltutmish whosucceeded Aibak atDelhi invaded Malwain 1234 AD.In spite of suchwantoncrue...
Badauni
Jalaluddin KhailjiHe led an expeditionto Ranthambore in1291 AD.He was murdered nyhis son-in-lawAlauddin in 1296AD.
Alauddin KhaljiIn 1298 AD, he led anexpedition to Gujratunder his generalsUlugh Khan andNusrat Khan.
Badauni
By now most of the famous temples were destroyed except                 Orissa and Rajasthan
Firoz ShahTughlaqHe led an expeditionto Orissa 1n 1360 AD.He destroyed thetemple of Jagannth atPuri & desecratedmany Hindu...
Sirat-i-Firoz-Shahi, dictated by Firuz shah Tughlaq
Sirat-i-Firoz-Shahi
Sirat-i-Firoz-Shahi
Amir TimurHe stormed the fortof Kator on theborder of Kashmir.He defeatedTughlaqs in a battle& entered Delhi.There he kill...
Tuzk-i-timur, Amir Timur’s auto-biography
ZahiruddinMuhammadBaburHe styled himself aGhazi.He destroyed templewherever he sawthem.He has provideddetails of hisrepeat...
JalaluddinMohammedAkbarHe made a good startas a ghazi, slayer ofinfidels.In the disguise ofsecularist emperor hedemanded H...
Nuruddin SalimJahangirJahangir wasprimarily a drunkardand a sadistscoundrel.He was too muchdevoted to womenand the wine-cu...
Shihab-ud-dinMuhammad ShahJahan IHe demolished manytemples and raisedMosques in theirplace.He converted twosons of Jujhar ...
AurangzebHe started his careeras a but-shikan(iconoclast).He issued a farmanin Gujrat thattemples destroyed byhim cannot b...
Logic of lack of perspective by NCERT
 It is recommended that "Muslim rulers cannot be  identified as foreigners except for those who did not  settle here.” M...
 After the downfall of Mughal Empire, The Rajputs, the Jats, the Sikhs and the Marathas were rising up to reclaim their l...
Facts of the recorded History by Muslim Historians.Language of records itself speaks that they took immense              p...
Chachnama
Chachnama
Chachnama
Chachnama, Hajjaj’s letter to Muhammad Bin Qasim
http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y17/kingsley_sornaraj/islam-blood1.jpg
 Hindu princes fought many wars but they had observed some time- honored conventions sanctioned by the Shastras.   They ...
 Islamic imperialism came with different code- the Sunnah of Prophet.   The cows, the Brahmins, the Bhikshus invited the...
 Islamic invaders wee not the first foreigners to come  and settle down in India. In earlier times, the Iranians, the Gr...
 None of the Hindu Saints questioned its claim as an alternative path of salvation. None of them could see that the Kali...
 Hindus failed to organize a collective effort to guard  the frontiers of Bharatvarsha. The sterile statecraft was cente...
 Each of Hindu prince was busy with his immediate neighbors. An awareness of what was happening in neighboring lands was ...
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
Sita ram goel   the story of islamic imperialism in india
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  1. 1. Presentation based on a book by SITA RAM GOEL
  2. 2.  The ancient past of India is so great that it simply cannot be over-glorified. Gupta age was the Golden age of Hindu history when Hindu spirituality, art, literature, science and philosophy attained an acme which has not since been surpassed. It was a period of greatness in which people can take pride and when its creativity attained a pinnacle.
  3. 3. GuptaEmpire
  4. 4. Aryabhatt(AD 476 – 550)One of the greatestmathematician-astronomers of theworld.
  5. 5. KalidasClassical Sanskritpoet and dramatist,author ofMeghadūta,AbhijñānashākuntalaandKumārasambhava.
  6. 6. Will Durant
  7. 7. Members of the Islamic Jihad praying
  8. 8. Mahmud Ghaznavi971-1030AD In 1000AD Mahmud defeated Raja Jaipal of Kabul. In 1004 AD he dtormed Bhatiya & plundered the Palace. In 1008 AD he captured Nagarkot.
  9. 9. Tarikh-i-Yamini of Utbi, Mahmud’s secratory
  10. 10. MohammedGhuri 1160-1206ADHe renewed Islamicimperialism in thelast quarter of the12th century AD.Buddhist complex atSarnath was sackedat this time, and theBhikshus wereslaughtered.
  11. 11. Taj-ul-Masir, Hasan Nizami
  12. 12. In 1194 AD Ghuri’sLieutenantQutubuddin Aibakdestroyed 27 Hindutemples at Delhi &built the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosquewith their debris.
  13. 13. On his return to Ajmer, Aibak destroyed theSanskrit college of Visladeva, and laid the foundations of amosque which came to be known as Adhai Din KA Jhonpra.
  14. 14. Adhai Din ka Jhonpara
  15. 15. The Slave(Mamluks)SultansShamsuddinIltutmish whosucceeded Aibak atDelhi invaded Malwain 1234 AD.In spite of suchwantoncruelty, Muslimpower continued todecline.AfterMamluks, Khiljisrevived it after 1290AD.
  16. 16. Badauni
  17. 17. Jalaluddin KhailjiHe led an expeditionto Ranthambore in1291 AD.He was murdered nyhis son-in-lawAlauddin in 1296AD.
  18. 18. Alauddin KhaljiIn 1298 AD, he led anexpedition to Gujratunder his generalsUlugh Khan andNusrat Khan.
  19. 19. Badauni
  20. 20. By now most of the famous temples were destroyed except Orissa and Rajasthan
  21. 21. Firoz ShahTughlaqHe led an expeditionto Orissa 1n 1360 AD.He destroyed thetemple of Jagannth atPuri & desecratedmany Hindu Shrines.
  22. 22. Sirat-i-Firoz-Shahi, dictated by Firuz shah Tughlaq
  23. 23. Sirat-i-Firoz-Shahi
  24. 24. Sirat-i-Firoz-Shahi
  25. 25. Amir TimurHe stormed the fortof Kator on theborder of Kashmir.He defeatedTughlaqs in a battle& entered Delhi.There he killedthousands ofHindus.
  26. 26. Tuzk-i-timur, Amir Timur’s auto-biography
  27. 27. ZahiruddinMuhammadBaburHe styled himself aGhazi.He destroyed templewherever he sawthem.He has provideddetails of hisrepeated massacre ofthe infidels.
  28. 28. JalaluddinMohammedAkbarHe made a good startas a ghazi, slayer ofinfidels.In the disguise ofsecularist emperor hedemanded Hinduprincesses for hisharem, & employedHindu warriorswhich meantsurrender of Hinduhonor & prostitutionof Hindu Heroism.
  29. 29. Nuruddin SalimJahangirJahangir wasprimarily a drunkardand a sadistscoundrel.He was too muchdevoted to womenand the wine-cup tocare much aboutAllah and theProphet.
  30. 30. Shihab-ud-dinMuhammad ShahJahan IHe demolished manytemples and raisedMosques in theirplace.He converted twosons of Jujhar Singhwho were of tenderage to Islam.
  31. 31. AurangzebHe started his careeras a but-shikan(iconoclast).He issued a farmanin Gujrat thattemples destroyed byhim cannot berepaired.Cow-slaughter attemple site was asafeguard againstHindus rebuilding iton the same spot.
  32. 32. Logic of lack of perspective by NCERT
  33. 33.  It is recommended that "Muslim rulers cannot be identified as foreigners except for those who did not settle here.” Mahmud Ghaznavi and Muhammad Ghuri are to be treated as foreign invaders simply because they launched there invasions from Afghanistan. But not the Mamluks, the Khiljis, the Tughlaqs, the Lodis, the Suras, & the Mughals who brought the loot to Delhi from other parts o the country.
  34. 34.  After the downfall of Mughal Empire, The Rajputs, the Jats, the Sikhs and the Marathas were rising up to reclaim their lost patrimony in their own homeland. The Muslim chieftains were inviting other Islamic imperialists from across the border to come and rescue the earlier Islamic imperialist out of the chaos. The British, the French and other foreign were taking advantage of the ineptitude of the native & Muslim princes in order to secure their strangleholds.
  35. 35. Facts of the recorded History by Muslim Historians.Language of records itself speaks that they took immense pride in doing what they did.
  36. 36. Chachnama
  37. 37. Chachnama
  38. 38. Chachnama
  39. 39. Chachnama, Hajjaj’s letter to Muhammad Bin Qasim
  40. 40. http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y17/kingsley_sornaraj/islam-blood1.jpg
  41. 41.  Hindu princes fought many wars but they had observed some time- honored conventions sanctioned by the Shastras.  They never molested Brahmins & Bhikshus  The cows were not killed  The chastity of women was never violated.  The non-combatant were never killed or captured.  The civil population was never plundered.
  42. 42.  Islamic imperialism came with different code- the Sunnah of Prophet.  The cows, the Brahmins, the Bhikshus invited their special attention in mass murders of non-combats.  After the victory, it required them to sack & burn down villages & town & the cities were plundered.  The temples & monasteries were destructed.  Those whom they did not kill, they captured & sold as slaves.
  43. 43.  Islamic invaders wee not the first foreigners to come and settle down in India. In earlier times, the Iranians, the Greeks, the Parthians, the Scythians, the Kushans, and the Huns had also invaded India, and settled down here. But we have never had an Iranians, or a Greek, or a Parthian, or a Scythian, or a Kushan, or a Hun or a Mongolian minority, or culture, or problem.
  44. 44.  None of the Hindu Saints questioned its claim as an alternative path of salvation. None of them could see that the Kalimah- there is no god but Allah & Muhammad is his last prophet- could emanate only from a beastly rather than a religious consciousness. A majority of the Muslims were Hindu converts who had been forced into the folds of Islam. Hindu society closed its doors to them.
  45. 45.  Hindus failed to organize a collective effort to guard the frontiers of Bharatvarsha. The sterile statecraft was centered on the politics of the mandalayoni, one’s neighbor was always an enemy, & the enemy of enemy always a friend.
  46. 46.  Each of Hindu prince was busy with his immediate neighbors. An awareness of what was happening in neighboring lands was not needed by them. Islam provided an ample opportunity to Hindu saints, philosophers & princes to understand the true character of Islam. But neither Hindu saints, nor the philosophers, nor the princes could not draw any worthwhile conclusions about the character of Islam.
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