The role of the INA is often under rated when we discuss India’s freedom struggle. It singularly threatened to achieve what the British Empire was mortally scared of — a repeat of the events of 1857, with the added advantage of a highly-trained and modernised army. It is with relation to this INA that we... Continue Reading →

What does " Alternate History" mean to me ? What is a layman's approach to history and how should that be addressed in my opinion ? A short essay by me , published in DNA  -- > There are two sides to a coin

This article, published in Indiafacts , is a summary of the eighteen invasions the temple of Jagannath at Puri had to bear. The overwhelming majority of them in the medieval ages. Read the full article at : Indiafacts - Jagannath Puri Check out the author's books on Indian history at Amazon India 

  Disclaimer : This post has not been written by me. It is reproduction of an essay authored by historian Narhar Kurundkar. It is one of the best analysis of Chhatrapati Shivaji , and originally intended as the Preface to Shrimaan Yogi. The greatness of Shivaji and his limitations must be understood clearly. It is... Continue Reading →

For three centuries from 712 AD to 1001 AD, Indian kings kept Arab invaders at bay ! A totally unknown part of history , how an arc of Indian kings from Kashmir to Karnatak kept invaders at bay. The full article was published on DNA . Read here : Defeat of Arab invasion Check out my... Continue Reading →

How Sardar Patel tore up Jinnah’s “blank cheque” and averted Jodhpur’s possible merger with Pakistan Read the full article, which was published in DNA - Curious case of Jodhpur Check out my books on Maratha and Assamese history at Amazon India

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