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PJ
Rewinding History- Waste of Time
by PJ (View MyPage) on Jul 12, 2018 08:46 PM

History has it the winners took way what they wanted. the armies in the yester years were not paid monthly wages in the manner that armed forces are today. soldiers took away what they tjought it is worthwhile ! Comparing modern times with the bygone era is just being too clever !

We still have plenty to go by - but does anyone care here ? the national museum looses treasures even to the extent the Treaty of Ascension of Kashmir, is no where to be found .
At least the Europeans take good care of these treasures and get the place that these deserves !

So be it !

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PJ
Rewinding History- Waste of Time
by PJ (View MyPage) on Jul 12, 2018 08:21 PM

History has it the winners took way what they wanted. the armies in the yester years were not paid monthly wages in the manner that armed forces are today. soldiers took away what they tjought it is worthwhile ! Comparing modern times with the bygone era is just being too clever !

We still have plenty to go by - but does anyone care here ? the national museum looses treasures even to the extent the Treaty of Ascension of Kashmir, is no where to be found .
At least the Europeans take good care of these treasures and get the place that these deserves !

So be it !

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krishan bansal
Artefacts in British Museums
by krishan bansal (View MyPage) on Jul 12, 2018 12:21 PM

Britain was /is known as a nation of traders. One more epitaph may be added.There was no dearth of thieves among them.

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MISSIONARY
Shashi Tarooooor is a big FOOOOOOL
by MISSIONARY (View MyPage) on Jul 11, 2018 05:04 PM

Shashi Tarooooor is a big FOOOOOOL

Let this thug go and read what Tipu Sulatan has done to Kerala HHindus.

It is better these artifacts are in British Museum than in the hands of thugs like Shashi Tharoor, other Congress fellows, etc.. there is no dearth of thugs in India. If they are British Museum, still the fact that those artifacts are from India glaringly obvious... then why worry. It is still clear that Khohinoor in the British Crown is from India. It is better that these valuable be in Britain than collecting cobwebs in India.

Tharoor married 3 womenn and could not get along with any one of them.

British hanged at least 50000 Ulemas and 10 lakh Mozlem rebels in 1857-58. Only 1 lakh HHindus were killed.

Ghalib commented in 1858: Delhi's soil got soaked in Mozlem bloood.

British Rule was Golden Era in the history of India


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udayshanker araga
Are they safe in India?
by udayshanker araga (View MyPage) on Jul 11, 2018 12:06 PM

Let the British museum keep the artifacts. There is no guarantee that they will be safe in our country. The famous Salar Jung museum has lost many valuable items, the nobel medal of Tagore was stolen and has not been recovered yet, ancient documents of the Oriental institute were destroyed by the Sambhaji sena, Bismillah Khan's golden shehnai's were stolen and sold by his relatives, the list goes on. India is not a safe place for items of such value. Let us feel the twinge of regret for allowing foreigners to rule us and plunder us due to our lack of unity.

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udayshanker araga
Are they safe in India?
by udayshanker araga (View MyPage) on Jul 11, 2018 12:06 PM

Let the British museum keep the artifacts. There is no guarantee that they will be safe in our country. The famous Salar Jung museum has lost many valuable items, the nobel medal of Tagore was stolen and has not been recovered yet, ancient documents of the Oriental institute were destroyed by the Sambhaji sena, Bismillah Khan's golden shehnai's were stolen and sold by his relatives, the list goes on. India is not a safe place for items of such value. Let us feel the twinge of regret for allowing foreigners to rule us and plunder us due to our lack of unity.

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