Vikram Sampath on History of Gyanvapi

Vikram Sampath highlights the brutality of invaders in India and their impact on Indian rulers and people and critiques the distortion of history.



Vikram Sampath discusses the invaders who looted and plundered Bharat, attempting to forcibly convert it into an Islamic land. He delves into the stories of these brutal invaders, recounting how they looted the big cities and destroyed temples. Specifically, Sampath highlights how Aurangzeb and other barbaric invaders destroyed the Kashi Vishwanath temple and he explores the history of Gyanvapi. Additionally, he speaks about the valour of Indian kings who successfully prevented invasions for nearly 500 years and he also sheds light on how this history is deliberately omitted from textbooks.

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Vikram Sampath is an Indian historian, author and musicologist known for his works focusing on Indian history, culture and music. He has written extensively on various aspects of Indian history, including the biographies of prominent figures such as Veer Savarkar. Sampath is also known for his research on classical Indian music and has contributed significantly to the preservation and promotion of this cultural heritage. Additionally, he is noted for his critical analysis of historical narratives and for shedding light on lesser-known aspects of Indian history.

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