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5.0 out of 5 starsFactual account of Indian history. Excellent book.
Reviewed in India on 19 September 2020
Excellent read. This is one of the best, unbiased book written on Indian history in a very very long time. This small book yet important book is meticulously researched but presented in a simple language.
Waiting for paperback copies so that I can gift it to youngsters in the family and to local libraries. Great work Sandeep.
+points: interesting, concise, lucid, simple and hard-hitting. -points: Sandeepji could have added some images and maps and expanded the chapters a little more than their length originally on the 'The Dharma Dispatch' blogs since, they are being compiled for a book. With that said, do consider buying it to support and appreciate the writer.
Most of us overlook the part of history, this could easily be in the revised history textbooks.. look forward to is implementation!
Point here is, parents would tell us about, 'the do good to all, that is what the trinity of Sanatana Dharma's God would expect from us', the echo but why are they not found or studied?! rather leaves an gap in our understanding much like Edward Said's life - this is easily a question for all, us Indians as we were taught something at home and learn entirely something else at our schools.
Only the curious ones question and follow thru.. To the missing parts!