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Hindu Temples: What Happened to Them (Volume 2)


The book restricts itself mainly to the study of Hindu temples destroyed and desecrated and converted into mosques and khanqahs without overlooking Muslim’s ideology of iconoclasm; here and there, it also mentions other theological props and concomitants of the iconoclastic ideology. In the book, Ayodhya retains its importance, but it does not occupy the center of discussion. In dealing with its subject, it exercises complete fidelity to truth; unlike secularist and Marxist writers, it does not believe in re-writing and fabricating history.

Rs.450.00

Best Seller Rank

#20 in Voice of India (See Top 100 in Voice of India)
#98 in इतिहास (See Top 100 in इतिहास)
#43 in सही आख्यान (True narrative) (See Top 100 in सही आख्यान (True narrative))

About the Author

Sita Ram Goel was a writer and religious-political activist. He is well-known for his prominent books like “How I became Hindu”, “The Calcutta Quran Petition” and “The Rishi of a resurgent India” to name a few. Sita Ram Goel was also known for his writing style and most of his books comprised of the class between Hinduism and Islam as the theme. Now you can find books by Sita Ram Goel on Kapot.

Weight .400 kg
Dimensions 8.50 × 5.57 × 1.57 in

Publisher : ‎Voice of India
Author : Sita Ram Goel
ISBN : 9788185990934
Binding : Paperback
Language : English

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