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deafAncient
29 June 2015, 11:15 PM
Namaskāra everyone,

I'm reading this book. The first eight chapters is about his journey away from SD and back to it, while the ninth chapter is a rejoinder on Nehruism. If nothing else, the ninth is an EXCELLENT read on the truth about Indian history and foreign invasions and their impact.

I'm reading it now at http://voiceofdharma.org/books/hibh/

"There are always people in all societies who confuse superiority of armed might with superiority of culture, who start despising themselves as belonging to an inferior breed and end by taking to the ways of the conqueror in order to regain self confidence, who begin finding faults with everything they have inherited from their forefathers, and who finally join hands with every force and factor which is out to subvert their ancestral society."

I needed to break from the massive web site Mandala of Indic studies and read other things for now.

Praṇāma

Eastern Mind
30 June 2015, 09:28 PM
Vannakkam: Works by Sita Ram Goel should be required reading for anyone curious about why Hindus have felt threatened over the centuries. This book and it's second Volume show the score. Hindu temples destroyed by Islam -10 000 Mosques (not in use ones) destroyed by Hindus - 1

http://voiceofdharma.org/books/htemples1/

Aum Namasivaya

deafAncient
01 July 2015, 08:01 AM
Namaskāra EM,

That is on my list from that web site that has all these books. Now, I'm reading Ayodhya and After by Koenraad Elst. He touches on that, but focuses on just one masjid that stands over a mandir.