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Utter Nonsense, Racist!!! A person who hardly knows anything about history!!.
Somebody who simply denies existence of Vikramaditya can never be called a historian but rather a fool. Cant believe how
does Vikrama Era means era of Azes, where the name itself is Vikrama, while Shaka era goes on to become Kanishka's while he not a Saka. Hilarious!! 

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I read page 59 in search of Mahapadmanada-which contains many deliberate falsehoods in racial styl history. Alexander has been called great because he looted and destroyed many countries-did not build anything. That could be sign of greatness in superior white race. Description of army of Mahapadmananda is in fact about army of Andhra kings by Pliny who has quoted Megasthenes. Andhra has been manipulated to Nanda as Andhra king description will clearly show Alexander at end of Andhra and start of Gupta period. Megasthenes has also translated Ghatotkacha as Barber, he was father of first Gupta king Chandragupta. These things are to be suppressed for deliberate destruction of history. Megasthenes has mentioned Palibothri on banks of Yamuna after which it passes through Mathura. It cannot be Pataliputra, but Dehali where Paribhadra (cantonment) was always maintained by kings of Pataliputra. Pillars at Palibothri have also been mentioned up to which Dionysus had come. Vishnu-dhvaj of sanskrit is translated as Pillar of Hercules in Greek (English) and Kutup-minar in Persian. But it can be explained only to a person who has some idea of astronomy and not merely trying to falsify history.-A.K. Upadhyay, <arunupadhyay30@yahoo.in>, www.scribd.com/Arunupadhyay  

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To The Author,
Please make correction,Poet Jayadeva belong to 1200 era and it is not anymore uncertain,whether he belongs to Orissa or Bengal. He indeed belongs to Odisha, It is a fact and proven.Please go by that.
Warm Regards
Partha Sarathi Samantaray

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I can tell this book is pure garbage by the single statement that:
"Actually Aurangzeb did not spread his faith by the sword"
Pure, utter nonsense.
Aurangzeb's own writings and realms of official Mughal records of that time testify to the fact that he did exactly that.
This is akin to saying Hitler never persecuted Jews.
 

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