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  1. Tactical Doge

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    Such intricate carving 🥺🥺
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    People have heard of Nalanda and Taxila universities A little known such place of knowledge down south is Kancheepuram in present day Tamil Nadu It is first mentioned in the Works of Sanskrit Grammarian and lexicographer Panini in his treaties of grammar called Ashtādhyāyi, circa 6th century...
  3. Tactical Doge

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    He is also the same guy who used the Jacob's Diamond, a 50 million pound worth diamond, as a Paperweight
  4. Tactical Doge

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    Nizam Osman Ali Khan of Hyderabad The most secular of the Nizams Contributed heavily for renovation of temples(some of the razed by his own predecessors) including 1 Lakh rupees for the 1000 pillar temple in Karnataka and several monthly grants for the Golden temple in Punjab Funded Dedicated...
  5. Tactical Doge

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    Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphics depicting an Indian guy The symbols 𓉔𓈖𓂧𓍯𓇌 ( H-n-d-wꜢ-y )
  6. Tactical Doge

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    Our history textbooks are full of stories of royal sons killing fathers, brothers killing each other, murder and destruction. This is the history of Delhi, of many of the Sultans and Mughals. But elsewhere in India, there were great rulers who behaved with more honour and dignity and about whom...
  7. Tactical Doge

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    https://theprint.in/opinion/how-indias-coastal-muslims-helped-it-become-wealthy-successful-economy-in-medieval-era/924484/ Conformation bias
  8. Tactical Doge

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    In Kerala, covering breasts were seen as a privilege of Upper castes The Lower castes women even did Satyagrah inorder get the same privileges as others, which includes not just covering up, but golden ornaments and right to carry the Umbrella
  9. Tactical Doge

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    No I did not
  10. Tactical Doge

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    An interesting snippet
  11. Tactical Doge

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    The Turks themselves troll Pakis for this
  12. Tactical Doge

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    So if I have to condense what your sources are saying "Shivaji as a nationalist never existed neither did Hindavi Swarajya, but his Nationalist side is a recent creation" Very Reasonable argument, where may I read on this particular topic
  13. Tactical Doge

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    You didn't lie, you didn't make false claim You just copy paste stuff Now address my earlier post
  14. Tactical Doge

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    No He is an Indian and I am very much convinced so, but he use the forum to do caste kanging, he posts some good stuff nonetheless, but people diss him off He just has to tame his caste kanging so more people take him seriously, some people are wired to do caste kanging There is also a chance...
  15. Tactical Doge

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    Abstract points Doest necessarily have to be your intellectual output, can quote other twitter threads as well Abstract Points Nibba As to Why
  16. Tactical Doge

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    @Pakisupapowa1971 Very well written article Why don't you cut the clutter and do this Just write abstract points, sentences, or mere words Like This See? Short points!!! Just short points to explain why you question the Nationalism of Shivaji, or is the Anguish directed at Bhakts of his cult...
  17. Tactical Doge

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    Baaki hai
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