Which is the ‘Milk Pail’ of India and why is it called so? [1 min]
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The Tamil we speak today has many "loan" words from various langauges. The evolution of langauges is inevitable. But could blindly accepting to use certain terms be hurting Tamil in the long run? Video Source: FitzPatrick Pictures, Saurabh More • Mumbai City at 19...

> Researchers at the Pune-based BORI, which houses South Asia’s largest collection of manuscripts and rare texts, recently embarked on a grand adventure in detection after which they claim to have shed new light on Shilabhattarika— the celebrated Sanskrit poetess of Ancient India by establishing her as a daughter of the famed Chalukyan Emperor, Pulakeshin II of Badami (in modern Karnataka). > > The Sanskrit poet-critic Rajashekhara, who lived in the 9th-10th century CE and was the court poet of the Gurjara-Pratiharas, has praised Shilabhattarika for her elegant and beautiful compositions. > > The decoding of the copper plates also marks a notable shift in the historiography of Badami Chalukyas by placing Shilabhattarika as having lived in the 7th century CE rather than the current theory which has her as a wife of the 8th century Rashtrakuta ruler, Dhruva.

Origin of Maharatha bhagwa Flag
On 8th may 1758 , a battle between Maratha and Afghans took places in Peshawar. The Maharathas won the battle and captured peshawar. To celebrate this huge successful victory, They waved the bhagwa jhanda at the top of the Peshawar fort.

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The Gulf War Explained [16 mins]
Here's an annotated script with footnotes: Sources/further reading: Simons, Geoff (2004). Iraq: from Sumer to post-Saddam (3rd edition). Palgrave Macmillan. Purchase here: Kennedy, David M. (2015). The American Pageant. (16th edition). Cengage Learning. [Watch the video](

The Epic Battle of Chamkaur That Changed the Course of Indian History
The Battle of Chamkaur, also known as Battle of Chamkaur Sahib, was a battle fought between the Khalsa, led by Guru Gobind Singh, and the coalition forces of the Mughals led by Wazir Khan and of Hindu hill chief. Guru Gobind Singh makes a reference to this battle in his letter Zafarnama. en [The Epic Battle of Chamkaur That Changed the Course of Indian History (18 mins)](

>Manusmriti: the Controversial Ancient Sanskrit Text This ancient text is reviled and respected. But despite all the controversy, its importance never be belittled. Watch to understand.

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>On an early morning in February, 1509, two forces faced each other at the port of Diu in India in what would be a pivotal point in world history. >

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So, I was going through some of the comments on Reddit where I found Bhimtas trying to push their conspiracy theories like “Dalits are Mulnivasi”, “Buddhism is older than Hinduism”, “Prakrit is older than Sanskrit(Even Vedic Sanskrit), “Vedas were written much later after the birth of their beloved Shakya Muni and Upanishads are pretty much copied from Buddhist scriptures” and what not...They are like the next Lemurians. They follow these youtube channels like Science journey and others which are regularly posting propaganda videos against Hinduism in which they pretend to be scholars but all they are doing is just twisting the facts. In order to sell their propaganda, they are exploiting caste-based differences and the lack of archaeological evidence related to Hinduism... A large period of time exists between the fall of the IVC (around 1800 BCE) and Ashoka's era (268 BCE) in which no epigraphic sources have been found so far. As a result, we cannot understand the transition from Harappan to Brahmi script. Due to the unenciphered Harappan script, the oldest inscriptions of India are Ashoka's Edicts. These were written either in Prakrit or Hybrid Sanskrit and do not mention much about Vedic customs and culture for obvious reasons. **Does that mean there are no inscriptions related to Vedic religion aka Hinduism, before 300 BCE?** **Not in India but**….we have the **Boghazkoi(Mittani) inscription** from Syria which mentions Vedic gods like Indra , Mitra , Varuna and Nasatya -1380 BCE and the Kikkuli’s horse training text(1400 BCE) which mentions some words similar to Sanskrit like Asva(Horse) and Eka(1) but the language is not exactly Rigvedic Sanskrit and is like Prakriticized form of it as the word for seven is “ša-at-ta” or Satta(7 in Pali) instead of Sapta… Again some of the names of people in these texts are like “ar-ta-aš-šu-ma-ra = Artasmara = Ṛtasmara = "who thinks of Arta/Rta". Here ARta is similar to the Old Persian word “Arta” which becomes “Asha” in Avestan and is cognate with Vedic “Rta” and all of them mean “Truth/Divine Law/Cosmic Order”. **Arya Dharma still predates Buddhism on the basis of archaeological evidence alone. Additionally, most Prakrit grammarians attested that Sanskrit is the root of Prakrit, not the other way around (Bhimtas still reject this assertion by claiming that these texts were edited by Brahmins)** : ::: spoiler List_Of_Grammarians 1. According to the Prākrṭa Prakāśa, an ancient Prakrit grammar, "Saṃskṛtam is the prakṛti (source) - and the language that originates in, or comes from, that prakṛti, is therefore called prākṛtam." 2. Hemacandra (a Jain grammarian of the 10th century who lived in Gujarat) in his grammar of Sanskrit and Prākrit named 3 Siddha-Hema-Śabdanuśāsana, defines prākṛt's origin to be sanskṛt: "prakṛtiḥ saṃskṛtam, tatrabhavaṃ tata āgataṃ vā prākṛtaṃ"[Sanskrit is the prakṛti (source) - and Prākṛta is so called because it either 'originates-in' or 'comes-from' Sanskrit.] 3. Another prākṛt grammarian, Mārkaṇḍeya, writes in his grammar Prākṛtasarvasva - "prakṛtiḥ saṃskṛtaṃ, tatrabhavaṃ prākṛtam ucyate“ [Sanskrit is called the prakṛti (origin), and from there prākṛtam originates]. 4. Dhanika, in his 'Daśarūpakāvaloka' commentary on Daśarūpaka (one of the most important treatises explaining the 10 types of Indian Drama), says: "prakṛter āgataṃ prākṛtam, prakṛtiḥ saṃskṛtam" [from the prakṛti (source) comes prākṛtam, and that prakṛti is Sanskrit] 5. Siṃhadevagaṇin while commenting on Vāgbhaṭālaṅkāra writes: "prakṛteḥ saṃskrtād āgataṃ prākṛtam" [from Sanskrit (which is the source i.e. Prakṛti) - comes Prākṛt] 6. The Prākṛtacandrikā (a grammar of Prākṛt) says: "prakṛtiḥ saṃskṛtaṃ, tatrabhavatvāt prākṛtaṃ smṛtam" [Sanskrit is the prakṛti, it is remembered that prākṛtam originates from that (prakṛti)] 7. The Prākṛtaśabdapradīpikā of Narasiṃha says: "prakṛteḥ saṃskṛtāyāstu vikṛtiḥ prākṛtī matā" [Alterations/changes (vikṛti) of the original Sanskrit - is known as Prākṛt] 8. The Ṣaḍbhāṣācandrikā of Lakṣmīdhara says the same thing as the above: "prakṛteḥ saṃskṛtāyāstu vikṛtiḥ prākṛtī matā" [Alterations/changes (vikṛti) of the original Sanskrit - is known as Prākṛt] 9. Vāsudeva, in his Prākṛtasaṃjīvanī commentary on Rājaśekhara's Karpūramañjarī says: "prākṛtasya tu sarvameva saṃskṛtaṃ yoniḥ" [Sanskrit is the mother of all Prākṛt] 10. Nārāyaṇa, in his Rasika-sarvasva commentary on the Gītāgovindam of Jayadeva, says: "saṃskṛtāt prākṛtam iṣṭaṃ tato 'pabhraṃśabhāṣaṇam" [From Sanskrit is derived proper prākṛt, and from that is derived the corrupt-speech i.e. apabhraṃśa] 11. Śaṅkara, in his Rasacandrikā commentary on the Abhijñānaśākuntala (play by Kālidāsa) says something slightly different from the above: "saṃskṛtāt prākṛtam śreṣṭhaṃ tato 'pabhraṃśabhāṣaṇam" [From Sanskrit is derived best prākṛt, and from that is derived the corrupt-speech i.e. apabhraṃśa] ___ ::: **We also have inscriptions related to Hinduism in India but after 300BCE** : ::: spoiler Important-Inscriptions 1. Hathigumpha inscription(2nd-century BCE) : Prakrit-Brahmi script ; Mentions Brahmins. 2. Hathibada Ghosundi Inscriptions( 1st-century BCE): Among the oldest known Sanskrit inscriptions in India-Brahmi script; Mentions Vasudeva(Krishna) and Samkarshana(Balarama), Asvamedha Yajna. 3. Nanaghat inscriptions (1st-century BCE): Mentions many Vedic rituals like Ashwamedha,Anvarabhaniya , Agnyadheya etc, Vedic devas Indra , Varuna, Yama , Kubera,Chandra, and Vasudeva- Sankarshana ___ ::: While I was going through all this information, I discovered something that many of you may find interesting. The older inscriptions do not mention the name "Shri Krishna" instead call him by the name Vasudeva and Balarama by Sankarshana…I found that there was a group of 5 deities : [ Vasudeva, Sankarshana, Aniruddha, Pradyumna, and Samba ] and they were called “Vrishni Veer /Vrishni heroes...Shrimad Bhagavatam(Sankarshana as Shesha) and a few other Puranas also mention these names as part of Chaturvyuh-Lord Vishnu's 4 manifestations .… Their depictions were also slightly different than modern sculptures : ***Coins of Bactrian King Agathokles with Sankarshana( with a plow) and Vasudeva(with chakra)*** -190-180 BCE ![]( ***Vrishni Heroes - Saṃkarṣaṇa, Vāsudeva, Pradyumna, Samba, Aniruddha standing around enthroned Narasimha.*** ![]( ***Garuda Pillar associated with Vasudeva*** ![]( ***

Most Powerful Worrior of Mahabharat🚩|| sanatan hindu ||hindu worrior ||
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TIL that Class Monitor, Slate, and Group-Study were directly borrowed/stolen from the old Indian Education System by the English.
cross-posted from: > Source: 'The Hindu View of Education' by Ram Swarūp > > The new system of schooling introduced in England in ~1800 was completely based on the old Indian education system and two Britishmen had claimed originality for the system. > > General Alexander Walker had this to say about the controversy: > > the new British "system was borrowed from the brahmans and brought from India to Europe. It has been made the foundation of the National Schools in every enlightened country. Some gratitude is due to a people from whom we have learnt to diffuse among the lower ranks of society instructions by one of the most unerring and economical methods which has ever been invented." According to him, by this method, "the children are instructed without violence, and by a process peculiarly simple".


Huge hoard of copper weapons and items found in Mainpuri. Estimated to be around 4k years old i.e. similar age as the Sinauli findings. Adds to evidence that Gangetic plains had a developed civilization contemporary to Harappan. It was a warrior culture. ![](

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The article discusses the most appropriate time for launching Invasions in India and how the difference in geographies of North India and South India affected our history. Summary: > The fall of great Hindu Empires in North India was often determined by just one decisive collision of two great armies. With it, almost half of Bharatavarsha was gobbled up by the alien invader. However, Dakshinapatha presents perhaps the most obstinate, sustained and successful story of Hindu resistance against the alien invader. Till the very end, no Muslim Empire was able to bring the whole of South India under its control.

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