There were only about 7-8 Peshwas

From where did the remaining 27990 come ? 🤣🤣🤣
So basically you are celebrating a British victory over an Indian power.
Muslims supported the Brahmin Peshwa
Funniest part is Bajirao II is nobody's favourite. 🤣
By 1818 the British had defeated Scindias (Kunbi caste) , Holkars (Dhangar caste), Bhosales

They were the clear and present danger

* Special tip for those posting unsolicited gyan.
Tomorrow you will take the help of Pakistan for solving some domestic problem and have no qualms over it...
Will cover Bhima Koregaon in Volume 2…
Ok two questions :

1. Why didn't Mahatma Phule celebrate this event which had just happened few years earlier.

2. Why did the Indian Army, including the Mahar Regiment, make this a repugnant battle honour ?

Brahmanical Army eh ? 🤣
From Local history of Poona and it's Battlefields by Col LW Shakespeare (1916)

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24 Dec 20
India's history syllabus is Mughal centric , Delhi centric and doesn't provide sufficient space to Indian heroes is something we have been hammering at on SM for past 15 years now.
Everyone providing their squirrel's share has made some dent in this medieval history narrative.

Another narrative which we have missed out - is the history of India's Industrial progress.
1. Britain GAVE US industrial progress and industries.

2. Indian Industrialists were basically people in cahoots with the goras.

👆Our textbooks describing India's industrial progress.
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24 Dec 20
Pune was one of the fastest growing cities in India in the late 19th and early twentieth century.

Two maps - one of 1883, other of 1924
Bhamburda (Shivajinagar) and Gultekdi in 1890. Erandwane and surrounding area - 1910, Koregaon Park in 1920 : main additions to existing city.
This period - 1883 to 1924 saw Fergusson College , Agriculture College, Reay Market ( Mandai ) , BORI were built
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23 Aug 20
Mixes up Narayanrao Peshwa who was assassinated with Madhavrao Peshwa who died of Tuberculosis.

Declares the Marathas defeated in Bengal when infact they annexed Odisha and took 12 lakh chauth.

Top historian and best Publishing House at work😁

Somewhere deep inside the book he mentions Marathas, but to Scroll -
Never mind Marathas and others who shook off the Mughals.

"Our realm has touched the Yamuna" - Peshwa Bajirao

"Like Satara, Delhi is within our rule" - Nana Phadnavis.
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23 Aug 20
How cute. Perhaps he would like to explain why the Mughals fought only at Buxar to save their Empire ?
Balaji Vishwanath signed exactly this with the then Mughal Rafi ul Darjat in 1719.

Revenue collection over former Mughal territories.

But that won't be mentioned. Doesnt fit narrative.
Across the Mughal empire 🤭🤭🤭

This was just rights over Bengal.
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9 Aug 20
Konark was destroyed by Islamic invader Kalapahad. It had an idol that floated due to opposing magnets on either side of it.

Repeat after me - destroyed by Islamic invader in 1568.
Read - Desecration by Suleiman Karani, the Muslim invader. (Kalapahad)

This board is at Konark temple itself. I thought an Oriya fellow would know.
* Kalapahad was General of Suleiman Karani.

Only front portion now remains. You can imagine the scale of destruction under Islamic invaders.
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6 Aug 20
Jagannath Puri - Attacked 18 times.

Somnath Mandir - Destroyed and rebuilt at least 6 times.

Kashi Vishwanath - Destroyed and rebuilt multiple times.

Save us the sermons.
If Duryodhana had put his ego aside and given up five towns, there would not be any Mahabharat War and all 100 Kauravas would have lived.

Nevermind, Mahabharat has always been a Brahmanical pari katha for these flunkies.
If 10 acres in three towns had been allotted in 1990, there would not be a BJP with 303 in Parliament.

Yesterday was a good chance to bury the hatchet and call a ceasefire.

Instead the secular Brigade did its usual ****i rona 😁😁
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