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An Entirely New History of INDIA

by   Francois Gautier (Author)  
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ISBN 13 978-1942426271
Book Language English
Binding Hardcover
Edition 1st
Publishers Garuda Prakashan  
Category Indian History  
Weight 400.00 g
Dimension 14.00 x 2.00 x 22.00


An Entirely New History of INDIA; Indian History needs to be re-examined and freed from colonial biases and error. Driven by Christian belief in a 6000-year old planet, British scholars, and their Indian hires, post-dated Indian history to fit into erroneous Western conceptions. For their own agendas the manufactures theories such as that of an "Aryan Invasion" and dismissed vast evidences, such as the existence of the river Sarasvati, as "mythical", even though it was mentioned more than fifty times in the Vedas. The colonial gaze also erroneously represented events such as the invasion of India by Alexander the Great in the year 326 BCE and fabricated myths such as the conversion of emperor Ashoka to Buddhism, purportedly due to "remorse" after the terrible battle of Kalinga, when Ashoka already a Buddhist at the time of the battle. Thus this book rewrites Indian History based on new evidence including new scientific, linguistic and genetic discoveries. It seeks to dismantle the cliches, to clarify the controversies, and to retrace, as accurately as possible, the most significant periods of Indian history—history much older than previously thought

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A must read for everyone in search of Bharat's Civilisational History

A story about lion Hunt written from Hunter's point of view, Indian History also written by its occupier Colonials. So I was always skeptic of History told in Schools, Colleges, Universtities as theat narrative totally different from History heard over generations of our ancestors. With a curiousity of how a Frenchman with Christian belief would have depicted Bharata, I picked this book. I must say, Francois surprised me. Every detail of the missed plot explained lucidly. Most of these either deliberately missed/ ignored by our brown skinned marxist. History as told from our, native Indian, perspective. This is not New History, it is indeed the History of Bharata.
Review by - Surindra Sengupta , March 28, 2022
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