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P.N Oak argues that Christianity is derived from "Krishna Neeti", that the Kabba is a Taj mahal - the book "hundred proofs that taj mahal was a hindu temple " VS .. the serpent the eagle the lion the disk free pdf download. World Vedic Heritage - P N Oak (Book 1) - Free ebook download as PDF File . pdf) or read book online for free. World Vedic Heritage - P N Oak (Book 1). P. N. Oak presents an interesting set of proofs that show a completely different story. Contrary to P. N. Oak's celebrated book titled " Tajmahal: The True Story" .

He points that Oak later dropped this claim and claimed it to be from 12th century. He adds that Oak claims Mughals built nothing and only converted Hindu buildings.

In relation to similarity with buildings of West Asia , Oak also claims them all to be "products of Hindu architecture". In a page pamphlet titled Was Kaaba a Hindu Temple?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Purushottam Neagesh Oak.

Indore , Indore State, British India. Mahatma, Subhas Chandra Bose were fond of each other. Archived from the original on 19 January Christianity is Chrisn-nity.

Hindi books of P.N. Oak

Retrieved 2 September As of 2 September , Googling with the quoted string "Professor P. Oak" with quotes finds webpages. See the sulekha. The Indian. Oak Some missing chapters of world history. Hindi Sahitya Sadan. The Quest for the Origins of Vedic Culture: The Indo-Aryan Migration Debate. Oxford University Press. Taj Mahal by Giles Tillotson".

The Daily Telegraph. Ahmed May History Today, vol. The Taj has recently entered a controversy which reflects the politics of modern India. Hindu fundamentalists, wishing to deny any positive role of Muslims in India, argue that it was not built by Shah Jahan.

They claim Hindu rulers in the fourth century built it. Oak, ; online version further argue this position.

There is no merit in the argument, but it has acquired something of a popular following in India. The Hindu. Once Upon a Time in India". Archived from the original on 22 March Retrieved 26 April CS1 maint: Dharma Universe. Vaishnava News Network. Archived from the original on 18 January Ernst , Annemarie Schimmel Eternal Garden: State University of New York Press.

English books of P.N. Oak

Archived from the original PDF on 9 January Historical Perspectives on the Politics of Hindu Communalism". Modern Asian Studies.

The Tribune. Taj Mahal.

Harvard University Press. Yeah he took things too far. He's wrong. There's no escaping it Somtimes narendra modi gets his history wrong in speeches does that make him a imbecile? To me it doesnt because if that were the case everyone would be.

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First - Narendra Modi isn't a historian, nor does he claim to be. Moreover, his claims are an exaggeration with the aim to prove a greater point. So his argument that India had developed sophisticated surgical techniques is accurate. If on the other hand a historian were to publish his claim that an actual person's head was replaced with an elephant's, I'd most certainly call him an imbecile. I'd probably be an imbecile in Politics and state-craft.

If Modi believes in his Ganesha Head Transplantation as being actual truth, then yes, as a historian he would be an imbecile.

Neither you, nor he has given any proof. As demonstrated. I am not required to prove a negative.

Oak's claim is based on a text no one has heard off or seen, authored by a sultan who did not exist. That's not evidence, that's academic quackery. And since what is called "Hinduism" today being the only extant remainder of the what was common throughout the world i think calling it hindusim is justified.

Even in India the different Gods are called differently in differently in different regions and languages. No seriously? Common origin?

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Shiva Linga? Yes there is commonality among religious deities.He adds that Oak claims Mughals built nothing and only converted Hindu buildings. Just because someone makes spelling mistakes or even date mistakes does nt mean everything they say is completly wrong.

The other historian claims that it was built by his son- in- law and successor Iltmash, while other claim it to be built by Allauddin Khilji. Archived from the original on 22 March I pretty sure first time hearing of a sultan salim , dont remeber that in any of the books, Sai baba is definatly not in his books.

Jan 5, Agra and a law degree LL. Oak is a National born Citizen of India. Retrieved 2 September

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