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Sita Ram Goel

Dealing With the Gandhi Within

Gandhi arouses strong reactions in Indians. Some love him, declaring him to be the greatest man who ever lived, next only to Buddha. Others hate him too much, calling him the person who deluded India with promises of pseudo-secularism. What is the truth? And was Gandhi the only one to be blamed. Was Hindu society also a culprit? Read this article to know the answers and solutions to these problems.

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Heroic Hindu Resistance To Islam – The Defense Of Kabul And Zabul

In this piece, taken from “Heroic Hindu Resistance to Islamic Invaders”, historian Sita Ram Goel explains how Islam did not get a toehold in India easily. Sita Ram Goel tells us how the defense of Kabul and Zabul was also very heroic and even these peripheries of India were not won by Islam easily. Sita Ram Goel based this book on another great work called “Indian Resistance to Early Muslim Invaders Up to 1206 A.D.” by Ram Gopal Mishra, who is quoted profusely in the text by Sita Ram Goel.

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Heroic Hindu Resistance to Islam – The Arab Failure

In this piece, taken from “Heroic Hindu Resistance to Islamic Invaders”, historian Sita Ram Goel explains how Islam did not get a toehold in India easily. Often by looking at the eventual defeat of most Hindu kingdoms, it seems as if Islam won over India easily. However, looking at history one realizes that it took Islamic armies several hundred years to get a toehold in India. And that owes to their great valor and chivalry and immense military prowess. Sita Ram Goel based this book on another great work called “Indian Resistance to Early Muslim Invaders Up to 1206 A.D.” by Ram Gopal Mishra, who is quoted profusely in the text by Sita Ram Goel.

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Examination of Monotheism – Dharma vs. Religion – 4

In this brief excerpt Sita Ram Goel explains about the differences between the Tradition of Advaita and the Tradition of Monotheism. Differences arise when different individuals espouse the opposite traditions of Advaita and Monotheism intellectually and cherish them consciously. Then the tradition of Monotheism gives birth to Aurangzeb, and the tradition of Advaita to Shivaji.

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