Hindu Culture During and After Muslim Rule: Survival and Subsequent Challenges

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M.D. Publications Pvt. Ltd., 1994 - Hindus - 199 pages
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This book brings out in a logical sequence, and in a chronological order, the main aspects of the Hindu Culture; Hindu-Muslim relationship at different stages during the past 1,200 years; fusion of the native culture and the culture of the invading Arabs, Turks, Afghans, Mughals, and the English; and the politics of religion or the religion of Politics.
 

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A great book to get an overhaul of destruction of hinduism by foreign invaders and inside invaders like nehru.
This book should be made compulsory in schools.

Contents

Hindu Culture during British Rule
65
Mahatma Gandhi
89
Subsequent Challenges
107
The Nehru Era or the Severe Blow
145
Bibliography
185
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