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Title Rag Rag Hindu Mera Parichya
Description The author dwells upon the eternity of Hinduism its resilience in the face of various onslaughts on it from the foreign invaders and their efforts to eliminate Hinduism. Tracing the history of Hinduism through the ages, he eulogises the contribution of its mythological icons such as Rama and Krishna, Hindu Saints like Adi Shankaracharya, Sage Balmik, Hindu ideologues like Swami Dayanand and Swami Vivekanand, Hindu kings like Bikarmaditya and Chhatarsal and Hindu and non-Hindu Indian warriors and freedom fighters like Chhattarpati Shivaji, Tenth Sikh Guru Gobind Singh and two younger Sahibzadas Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh and Hindu young patriot Haqiqat Rai. By including Guru Gobind Singh and his two sons among the Hindu icons, he denies the existence of Sikhism as a distinct and independent religion. He is also very critical of the BJP Govt for not promoting the cause of Hinduism. The title of the book smacks of fanatical religious streak.
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