*_History that was never taught , never told_* (Must read to know the real History 🙏) How did Hinduism stay alive in India .


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*_History that was never taught , never told_*
(Must read to know the real History 🙏)

How did Hinduism stay alive in India but Zoroastrianism did not in Iran, especially since Muslims took over most of India during the Delhi Sultanate and the Mughal Empire?
The below details will give you the answer

The story of 14000 years of Vedic civilization and Dharmic Bharat is full of struggle and fight backs and the fight back against Islamic barbarism is the most long and costly for the Vedic Dharmic people.

Hinduism survived on the victories won by its followers and blood spilled to protect mother and mother land.

Did Islamic invaders rule the whole of Bharat as projected in our history books? Did the Islamic rule cover the whole of India? Were we always defeated? Did the rulers always surrender without a fight? NO. Did our ancestors offer stiff resistance and win battles? YES, Real history tells us a different story. And history, which we are being taught, hides the glories of our ancestors.

Samrat Lalitaditya Muktapida was the ruler of Kashmir when Junaid, the Arab governor of Sindh, attacked Kashmir following the orders of Caliph Hisham in the 8th century. The Kashmir king defeated Junaid and thus the Arab attempt of plundering Kashmir failed. Lalitaditya Muktapida also subjugated the Turks by attacking their territories. Raja Samgramaraja of Kashmir in the 11th century repulsed several attacks of Mahmud of Ghazni. Plunderer Mahmud could never defeat the Kashmiri king! Besides, Raja Samgramaraja also helped Trilochanpala, the Hindu Sahi ruler of Kabul, with an army against Mahmud of Ghazni. The combined army defeated Sultan Mahmud.

One of the biggest alliances of Indian rulers was witnessed when the Arabs attacked and ransacked cities up to Ujjain before the mid 8th century. The battle was fought between the Arab forces led by Emir Junaid and and an alliance of Indian dynasties led by Gurjar Pratihar king Nagbhat I. The Indian alliance comprised of Gurjar Pratihars, Chalukyas, Rashtrakuta, Guhil, etc. A series of battles was fought between Arabs and Hindus.

The final battle was fought in 738 AD in the borders of Rajasthan with Hindu forces led by Bappa Rawal outnumbered 1:10. The Arabs faced a crushing defeat. After this Muslim plunderers did not think of attacking India for several years, in fact, for more than a century.

Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan fought Mohammed Ghori and repealed and destroyed his multiple attacks before the tragic 1192 battle of Tarain. His 25 years were spent in humbling multiple islamic attacks.

Assam king Prithu defeated Bakhtiyar Khilji (the plunderer who burnt Nalanda University) in 1206 AD. Prithu badly wounded Khilji and made him bedridden. Ahoms stationed a strong force to counter attacks. The Ahoms defeated the Islamic invaders several times. In 1527 A.D., Rukunuddin Rukun Khan, the general of Nasiruddin Nasrat Shah, the Sultan of Bengal invaded Kamrupa only to be defeated by the Ahoms. Viswa Singha was then the Ahom king of Kamrupa. Hearing about the defeat of Rukun Khan, the Sultan dispatched his general Mit Manik with an army of one thousand horsemen and ten thousand foot soldiers. In this battle, the Ahoms won. Mit Manik was taken prisoner while Rukun Khan fled from the battlefield.

The Ahoms captured a large booty including some fire arms. And who isn’t familiar with Ahom general Lachit Borphukan who defeated the Mughals in the Battle of Saraighat in 1671.

Who doesn’t know about Taimur Lang, one of the most barbaric of Islamic invaders who massacred lakhs of Hindus, razed temples to the ground, and looted wealth of temples and civilians! All of this happened on his way from across the Indus River covering Attock towards Delhi. Do you know Taimur could not succeed in plundering India during his return expedition? Around 80,000 men from different communities, ranging from Jats, Gurjars, Rajputs, Brahmins to Ahirs, Valmikis, and hill tribes were part of the troop that attacked Taimur and slaughtered a major portion of his army. Meerut, Haridwar and neighboring areas were saved from being looted and plundered by Taimur. It was Devpala, a Jat who held a Mahapanchayat and made this possible.

Mahabali Jograj Singh Gurjar was the Supreme General while 20-year old Rampyari Gurjar was the General of 40,000 women warriors.

Together, the men and women warriors wreaked havoc on Taimur in Meerut and Haridwar in 1398, forcing him to flee India.

Mughal army sent by Shah Jahan in 1640 to attack Garhwal failed in the expedition. Rani Karnavati badly defeated them. She also cut the noses of the surviving Mughal soldiers due to which she was called Naak Kati Rani. Her cruel and merciless stance frightened the Mughals and they could never win Garhwal.

Likewise, Rani Bhavashankari, Akbar’s contemporary, made it compulsory to recruit a soldier from every family. She was the ruler of Bhurishhrestha of Bengal. She stationed forces at the border and well maintained her army. She defeated the Pathan Sultan thrice. Even Akbar did not interfere in her sovereignty.

Narasimhadeva from Orissa built the Konark temple after his victory against Islamic rulers. He attacked the Bengal Sultanate’s territories before the Sultan could attack him. During battle, he played one tactic played by the Islamic invaders and he won. It was 1248 AD.

Kapaya Nayaka, a Musunri Nayaka, in the South drove the Tughlaqs out of the Warrangal (then Telangana) territory in 1336 and re-established Hindu supremacy. He could do this with the help of 75 subordinate Nayakas; another best example of unity against a common foreign enemy. He also helped other South Indian kingdoms regain back their kingdoms from the Islamic invaders.

Raja Ganesha, a direct descendant of the Deva dynasty of Bengal, recaptured the throne of Bengal from Islamic rulers in 1414. He establish his superiority and Hindu dominion in a region dominated by the Muslims for over 200 years. According to the book Riyaz-us-Salatin, a chronicle written in Persian language by Ghulam Husain Salim Zaidpuri on the complete history of the Muslim rule in Bengal, nobleman Ganesha killed Shihabuddin and seized the throne. In alliance with another Hindu king Sivasimha of Mithila, Ganesha defeated Ibrahim Shah, a neighboring Sultan.

Prataprao Gurjar, the Swarajya Senapati and Morapant Pingle, the first Peshwa led the Hindavi Swarajya Maratha army of 20,000 soldiers against Mughals numbering 40,000 at Battle of Salher, Nashik 1672. Though the Marathas were less superior to the Mughals in terms of weaponry and war animals yet in this fierce battle, the Marathas emerged victorious.

Baba Banda Singh Bahadur, General of Guru Gobind Singh’s Khalsa army at the age of 38, led five battles to victory against Mughal and other Islamic forces. This included three battles in 1709 in Sonepat, Samana, and Sadhaura and two battles in 1710 at Chappar Chiri and Rahon. Following victory in Chappar Chiri battle, Banda Singh established his rule in Punjab. By 1710 Banda Singh Bahadur captured almost entire Punjab in the east of Lahore and put an end to Islamic rule in this region.

Rani Chennamma of Keladi fought against Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb’s forces. The battle took place because Chennamma gave shelter to Rajaram Raje Bhonsle, younger son of Chhatrapati Shivaji and facilitated his escape to Jinji Fort. It was the enemy Mughal forces who withdrew in this battle, sensing defeat and begged for a treaty. It was for the first time that the Mughals proposed peace accord with an Indian ruler! She also defeated the Sultan of Bijapur.

Let me mention these important battles since the list of battles and sacrifices by every Vedic hindu and every part of the country is so long that ages will pass if we recount all of them.

Battle of Baharich 1033

The battle of Bahraich was fought between the Turkic invader Salar Masud Ghazni and a confederation of several Indian kings led by Raja Sukhdev in the 11th century.

The nephew of Mahmood Ghazni, known as Salar Masud Ghazni, invaded India with an army of more than 200,000 men in may 1031 AD. This time, the army was not a raiding party like that of Mahmud Ghazni who came with intention of raiding, looting and retreating with the loot to Afghanistan . They were backed by the imperial army and came here with the intention of permanent conquest in India.

King Anandpal Shahi tried to check this Gazni advance towards heartland of India . He was helped by King of Sialkot , Rai Arjun. But, this alliance was overwhelmed by superiority of numbers of Turkic army. After defeating Anandpal Shahi and Rai Arjun, Masud advanced towards Malwa and Gujarat . King Mahipal Tomara tried to check their advance here but was defeated too.
After victories across North Indian plains, Masud Ghazni settled at Bahraich near Lucknow . He stayed here up to mid 1033. Meanwhile, 17 Kings of North India forged an alliance. This is the biggest confederation that have ever existed in India .

They were Rai Raib, Rai Saib, Rai Arjun, Rai Bheekhan, Rai Kanak, Rai Kalyan, Rai Makaru, Rai Savaru, Rai Aran, Rai Birbal, Rai Jaypal, Rai Shreepal, Rai Harpal, Rai Hakru, Rai Prabhu, Rai Deo Narayan and Rai Narsinha. Raja Bhoj of Malwa also played an important role in this battle. The head of this confederation was Raja Suheldev.

On June 12th 1033, as per Hindu traditions, Masud Ghazni was intimated by Vedic confederation that the land belonged to Hindus and Masud should evacuate these lands. Masud replied that all land belongs to Khuda and hence he would not retreat.

On 13th June, Morning, vedic army of about 120,000 descended on Ghazni camp of Bahraich. Masud's army was completely besieged and encircled. The battle continued for hours. In the end, each and every man in Masood's camp was killed. No POW's were taken, no mercy was shown on the Turkic army. The location of this battle to be precise was near Chittaura Jheel, a lake about 8 KM away from modern Bahraich on Bahraich-Gond Road . The battle ended on 14th June with Victory of Raja Suheldev and his Hindu alliance.On the evening of 14 June 1033 AD,Sunday Salar Masud was beheaded by Raja Suheldev. The battle ended with Victory of Hindu alliance.

The invasion was completely crushed and such resounding was this victory that none of the king from Northwest dared to invade India for 160 years.

Battle of Haldighati 1576

Maharana Pratap - 22000 men consisting of Hindu Rajputs,Hindu Bhils and Indo Afghan contingent of 800 men led by Hakim Sur

Strength - 22 000 men and Maharana Pratap

Jalauddin's forces and led by collaborator Man singh - 88000 men consisting of 30 000 Rajputs, and rest Turk,Mongol, Irani and other islamist mercenaries, reserve of nearly 30 000 more islamists, artillery, while Maharana only had archers

Strength - nearly 140 000 men, and another 30 000 marching from Delhi

Result - 14 000 sacrificed themselves from Maharana's forces including his sister's husband Yuvraj Shalivahan Tanwar/Tomar of Gwalior

Jalaludin's forces lost more than 60 000 men and were pushed back nearly 10 kms backwards by the charge of Rajput forces, many thousands incapacitated, not a single inch of territory gained.

Jalaludin’s plans for Hindu domination met a sad demise since the effect of the battle lifted the morale across country and also put to shame the Hindu collaborators of Islamic state. Maharana Pratap continued the struggle and ended the domination of Rajasthan and Central Bharat.

Battle of Pennar 1588

Venkatapati Deva Raya was crowned by his royal preceptor Lakshmi Kumara Tathacharya, who was 13-14 years of age at the time, as Srimad Rajadhiraja Paramesvara Sri Vira Pratapa Sri Vira Venkatapati Deva Maharaja. Despite popular beliefs, Vijayanagara had not folded so easily post Talikota. While the two decades post Talikota was indeed a period of disaster for the empire, a complete reversal of fortunes occurred during the reign of Venkatapati Raya.

He began his reign with an invasion of the dominions conquered by Golkonda during the reign of his elder brother. Qutb Shah sent a vast army against Venkatapati, driving him back to Penukonda and invested it. Venkatapati sent ambassadors to Qutb shah asking for a peaceful settlement and after this submission, Qutb Shah left Penukonda – happy that his newly conquered lands will remain with them. But Venkatapati proved to be a mastermind in strategy and tactics. Within three days he filled the Penukonda fort with required materials to withstand a long siege and on the fourth days, 30 thousand musketeers under Jaggadevaraya entered the fort to strengthen the defense. Matla Anantaraju, who later was called the right hand of the emperor, also participated in the defense of the fort. Where the fort was almost defenseless a few days ago, it became almost impregnable. Raghunatha Nayaka, prince of Tanjore Nayaks, also arrived to Penukonda with the Tanjore army. The Sultan understood his mistake and returned to commence the siege once again but it was of no use. Raghunatha Nayaka, Matla Anantaraju and Jaggadevaraya inflicted crushing defeats on the Golkonda forces forcing the latter to raise the siege and retreat.

The great Vijaynagar Samarjayam

resurrects its old glory and faces the 120 000 Jihadi forces.

On the banks of Pennar, Venkatapati led the troops in person. He ambushed the Golkonda forces in the waters of Pennar, killing 50000 jihadis and dyeing the river red. This grand victory of Venkatapati broke the back of the Qutb Shah forces. For the first time since Talikota, Hindu forces had decisively crushed the invading marauders. The fear which had earlier engulfed the hearts of the Sultans during the reigns of Krishna Deva and Aliya Rama Raya came to re-occupy the place once again. Post this crushing defeat, Venkatapati chased the remnants of Qutb Shah’s forces till the banks of Krishna. Prince Muhammad Shah is shown as having lost a battle every other day while on this disastrous retreat. The vassals who ruled to the south of Krishna revolted against the Qutb shah and joined the cause of Vijayanagara.

Samrat charged and fought many pitched battles with fleeing jihadis and liberated a large area, each battle saw complete annihilation of jihadis, no mercy was shown.

Just like Bhagwan Narasimha tore the demon Hiranyakashyap and saved Prahlada

The offensive of Samrat Venkatapathi Devaraya destoryed the entire 120 000 jihadi force and broke the back of the Islamic assault on the southern Bharat.

Battle For Hindavi Swarajya 1680 to 1707

Chatrapati Shivaji Raje Maharaj laid the foundation of Hindavi Swarajya, the self rule and creation of a Pan Bharat Hindu empire.

Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj defeated and ended the decades of Islamic tyranny, he destroyed the sultanates and came in direct conflict with the terrorist Aurangzeb. But the biggest Battle came when Maharaj left this world.

After Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj left this world, Chatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj became the head of Hindavi Swarajya. He was facing the challenge of very extinction of Vedic civilization as we know it from Aurangzeb.

Aurangzeb had enormous army numbering 5 lakh soldiers, a number more than 8 times that of the Hindu army.

He had plentiful support of artillery, horses, elephants. He also brought huge wealth in royal treasuries. Teaming up with Portuguese, British ,Siddis, Golkonda and Bijapur Sultanates he planned to encapsulate Swarajya from all sides and to form a deadly death trap.

However it took 7 years for the Islamic tyrant to win first fort and that also at tremendous loss, Sambhaji Maharaj though with great peril and great sacrifice as well as lack of unity in the Swarajya kept the invader at bay. Treachery struck and Sambhaji Maharaj and his aide Kavi Kalash were captured by Aurangzeb.

The Lion was killed by Hyenas in 1689 after Maharaj refused to leave his rule and his vedic religion. Aurangzeb thought that with Sambhaji martyred, he will crush Marathas, return his focus to ending Rajputs, Sikhs and Ahoms as well as Jats, Gurjars and establish a Dar ul Islam ending the Sanatan civilization.

But when news spread of Sambhaji’s sacrifice, behold, all the Maratha generals and common people united under the flag of Swarajya with Rajaram declared Chatrapati and gave such a fight from 1689 onwards that the islamic invaders felt as if Sambhaji is still leading the charge.

Sambhaji in death was still as dangerous to the barbarians as he was in his life. People from around the country who were persecuted by the Islamic tyrants joined the Maratha fold,farmer, barber, cobbler, banker all rose and fought making victories costlier for Aurangzeb.

Aurangzeb was never able to leave Deccan and south and the war that he wanted to finish in 27 days dragged on for 27 years from 1680 to 1707. The Vedic Culture victories kept on increasing after 1689 inspired by the heroic sacrifice of Sambhaji. 20 lakh Islamist soldiers were killed, 5 lakh vedic Maharathis laid down their lives.

Aurangzeb died sad death on 3rd March 1707 as the Bhagwa ancient flag rose higher and higher. His empire of Islam crumbled and dreams of a Dar ul Islam died a painful death, with Sambhaji having his revenge. Aurangzeb killed Sambhaji by deceit but even in his death, Sambhaji ended the tyrant foreign islamic rule and brought in a new dawn of liberation for the 14 000 year old country and vedic civilization.

Soon after, Shrimant Peshwa Bajirao under Chatrapati Sahuji defeated every Islamic tyrant with his 42 victories nearly building back the rule of Vedic Indian Civilization on Majority of Bharat.

Our ancestors made sacrifices that will wet your eyes but kept the Bhagwa on the land called Bharat, we lost territory only in 20th century to the treachery of congress.

Anywhere you stand from Kabul to Rangoon, Kashmir to Colombo, and this current divided country we live in, pick a handful of soil and touch it your forehead, for there is not a inch of land that did not see sacrifice and not a single Vedic Indian who did not sacrifice.

unfortunately the details of battle of Bhopal fought between Baji Rao1& combined Mughal army has not been discussed in detail.In this battle Baji Rao had an army of 80,000 against combined Mughal army of 120000.He intention ally left 10,000 soldiers behind under command of his younger brother chenma apps to safe guard from south.In battle of Bhopal he crushed the Mughal army & broke their backbone.His unfortunate death due heat stroke was s blow to Marathas.The weak Mughal army subsequently lost the battle of Plassey to British.Thus the Muslim rule ended.One of the viceroy of India described Baji Rao 1 as the greatest military genius of all times.He fought 42 battles & won all of them gloriously.

🚩Har Har Har Mahadev🚩


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