Saturday, December 5, 2015


                                                            R  A  J  PU T S

Rajputs of Rajasthan were the descendants of the Kshatriyas or warriors of Vedic India. The emergence of the Rajput warrior clans was in the 6th and 7th centuries. Rajputs ancestry can be divided into two: the "solar" or suryavanshi-those descended from Rama, the hero of the epic Ramayana, and the "lunar" or chandravanshi, who claimed descent from Krishna, the hero of the epic Mahabharata. Later a third clan was added, the agnikula or fire-born, said to have emerged from the flames of a sacrificial fire on Mt Abu.
It has been accepted that the Rajputs were divided into thirty-six races and twenty-one kingdoms. The Rajput clans gave rise to dynasties like Sisodias of Mewar (Udaipur), the Kachwahas of Amber (Jaipur), the Rathors of Marwar (Jodhpur & Bikaner), the Hadas of Jhalwawar, Kota & Bundi, the Bhattis of Jaisalmer, the Shekhawats of Shekhawati and the Chauhans of Ajmer.
The fall of the Gupta Empire, which held dominance in northern India for nearly 300 years until the early 5th Century, was followed by a period of instability as various local chieftains sought to gain supremacy. Power rose and fell in northern India. Stability was only restored with the emergence of the Gurjara Partiharas, the earliest of the Rajput (from 'Rajputra', or Sons of Princes) dynasties which were later to hold the balance of power throughout Rajasthan.
The Rajput clans gave rise to dynasties such as the Chauhans, Sisodias, Kachhwahas and Rathores. Chauhans of the Agnikula Race emerged in the 12th century and were renowned for their valour. Their territories included the Sapadalksha kingdom, which encompassed a vast area including present- day Jaipur, Ranthambore, part of Mewar, the western portion of Bundi district, Ajmer Kishangarh and even, at one time, Delhi. Branches of the Chauhans also ruled territories know as Ananta (in present-day Shekhawati) and Saptasatabhumi.
The Sisodias of the Suryavansa Race, Originally from Gujarat, migrated to Rajasthan in the mid-7th Century and reigned over Mewar, which encompassed Udaipur and Chittorgarh. The Kachhwahas, originally from Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh, traveled west in the 12th century. They built the massive fort at Amber, and later shifted the capital to Jaipur. Like the Sisodias, they belonged to the Suryavansa Race. Also belonging to the Suryavansa Race, the Rathore (earlier known as Rastrakutas) traveled from Kanauj, in Uttar Pradesh. Initially they settled in Pali, south of present-day Jodhpur, but later moved to Mandore in 1381 and ruled over Marwar (Jodhpur). Later they started building the stunning Meherangarh (fort) at Jodhpur. The Bhattis, who belong to the Induvansa Race, driven from their homeland in the Punjab by the Turks, installed themselves at Jaisalmer in 1156. They remained more of less entrenched in their desert Kingdom until they were integrated into the state of Rajasthan following Independence.
In spite of the Muslim rule up to Punjab, the Rajputs gained control of the heart of North India. The Rajputs who held the stage of feudal rulers before the coming of the Muslims were a brave and chivalrous race. The Rajput legend traces their ancestry to Bappa Rawal - the legendary founder of the race who is said to have lived in the 8th century. In actual fact although they were Kshatriyas in the Hindu caste hierarchy, they seem to have genetically descended from the Shakas and Hunas who had invaded north India during the Gupta period and had subsequently settled down in North India and due to their war-like attitudes and been absorbed as Kshatriyas into Hindu society. It is they who held the banner when the first Muslim invaders reached the Indian Heart land in the 12th century i.e. around 1191 C.E.
The Rajputs who till the 10th century were mostly local feudal lords holding the status of revenue collectors for their Gurjara-Pratihara overlords, asserted themselves as independent rulers, after the Ghaznavid storm had blown over, and took over the earlier kingdoms of the Gurjara-Pratiharas. The main Rajput kingdoms in the 11th and 12th centuries were that of the Cahamanas (Chouhans) in East Punjab, Northern Rajasthan and Delhi. The Gahadwalas (Rathods) ruled the Ganges valley today's UP. The Paramaras ruled Malwa in Central India and the Tomaras ruled from Gwaliar. The most powerful kingdoms were hose of the Chouhans and the Rathods - both of which unfortunately were incessantly at war with each other when the Muslim raiders appeared again in the 1191 C.E. The Rajputs, who were a brave and chivalrous race, held the stage of feudal rulers before the coming of the Muslims.

The Gahadwalas (Rathods)

In the 11th century i.e. in the post-Mahmud Ghazni era, the most powerful Hindu Kingdom in North India was that of the Gahadwalas or Rathods who were a Rajput clan. The founder of the Gahadwala line was Chandradeva, whose son Govindchandra Gahadwala was the most illustrious ruler of this line. Govindchandra was an astute ruler and ruled from Kannauj. Most of North India, including the university town of Nalanda was a part of his kingdom. He stoutly defended his kingdom from further Muslims incursion. He instituted a tax for this purpose which was called Turushka Danda (i.e. tax to fight the Turushkas or Turks). His grandson was Jaichandra Gahadwala (Rathod) who played a tragic role in Indian History. 

Prithviraj Chouhan

In Jaichand's days, a rival Rajput clan had established itself in Delhi (Pithoragarh). The ruler there was Prithviraj Chouhan. Pritiviraj was a romantic, chivalrous and an extremely fearless person. After ceaseless military campaigns, Pritiviraj extended his original kingdom of Sambhar (Shakambara) to Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Eastern Punjab. He ruled from his twin capitals at Delhi and Ajmer. His fast rise caught the envy of the then powerful ruler Jaichandra Gahadwala and there was a lot of ill-feeling between the two.
Sanyogita, the daughter of Jaichandra Gahadwala fell secretly in love with Prithiviraj and she started a secret poetic correspondence with him. Her father the haughty Jaichandra got wind of this and he decided to teach his daughter and her upstart lover a lesson. So he arranged a Swayamwara (a ceremony where a bride can select her husband from the assembled princes. She had the right to garland any prince and she became his queen. This is an ancient Hindu custom among Royalty). Jaichandra invited all the big and small princes of the country to Kannauj for the royal Swayamwara. But he deliberately ignored Prithiviraj. To add insult to injury, he even made a statue of Prithiviraj and kept him as a dwarpala (doorman).
Prithviraj got to know of this and he confided his plans to his lover. On the said day, Sanyogita walked down the aisle where the royale had assembled and bypassed all of them only to reach the door and garland the statue of Pritiviraj as a doorman. The assemblage was stunned at this brash act of hers. But what stunned them and her father Jaichandra was the next thing that happened. Prithiviraj who was hiding behind the statue, also in the garb of a doorman, whisked Sanyogita away and put her up on his steed to make a fast getaway to his capital at Delhi.
Jaichandra and his army gave earnest chase and in the resultant string of battles between the two kingdoms fought between 1189 and 1190, both of them suffered heavily. While this drama was being enacted, another ruler also named Mahmud who was from Ghori in Afghanistan had grown powerful and had captured Ghazni and subsequently attacked the Ghaznavid Governor of Punjab and defeated him. The kingdom of Mahmud Ghori now stretched up to the domains of Prithiviraj Chouhan. A clash was inevitable.
Mahmud Ghori threw the gauntlet by laying siege to the fortress of Bhatinda in East Punjab which was on the frontier of Prithiviraj's domains. Prithviraj's appeal for help from his father-in-law was scornfully rejected by the haughty Jaichandra. But undaunted Prithviraj marched on to Bhatinda and met his enemy at a place called Tarain (also called Taraori) near the ancient town of Thanesar. In face of the persistent Rajput attacks, the battle was won as the Muslim army broke ranks and fled leaving their general Mahmud Ghori as a prisoner in Pritiviraj's hands. Mahmud Ghori was brought in chains to Pithoragarh - Prithviraj's capital and he begged his victor for mercy and release. Prithviraj's ministers advised against pardoning the aggressor. But the chivalrous and valiant Prithviraj thought otherwise and respectfully released the vanquished Ghori.

The 1st Battle of Tarain 1191 C.E. - Victory of Prithiviraj Chouhan

Mahmud Ghori threw the gauntlet by laying siege to the fortress of Bhatinda in East Punjab which was on the frontier of Prithiviraj's domains. Prithviraj's appeal for help from his father-in-law was scornfully rejected by the haughty Jaichandra. But undaunted Prithviraj marched on to Bhatinda and met his enemy at a place called Tarain (also called Taraori) near the ancient town of Thanesar. In face of the persistent Rajput attacks, the battle was won as the Muslim army broke ranks and fled leaving their general Mahmud Ghori as a prisoner in Pritiviraj's hands. Mahmud Ghori was brought in chains to Pithoragarh - Prithviraj's capital and he begged his victor for mercy and release. Prithviraj's ministers advised against pardoning the aggressor. But the chivalrous and valiant Prithviraj thought otherwise and respectfully released the vanquished Ghori.

The 2nd Battle of Tarain 1192 C.E. - Defeat of Prithiviraj Chouhan

The very next year Prithiviraj's gesture was repaid by Ghori who re-attacked Prithiviraj with a stronger army and guilefully defeated him by attacking the Rajput army before daybreak. (The Hindus incidentally followed a hoary practice of battling only from sunrise up to sunset. Before Sunrise and after Sunset there was to be no fighting- as per a time honoured battle code).The defeated Prithiviraj was pursued up to his capital and in chains he was taken as a captive to Ghor in Afghanistan.

The Blinding of Prithviraj Chauhan

The story of Prithiviraj does not end here. As a prisoner in Ghor he was presented before Mahmud, where he looked Ghori straight into the eye. Ghori ordered him to lower his eyes, whereupon a defiant Prithiviraj scornfully told him how he had treated Ghori as a prisoner and said that the eyelids of a Rajputs eyes are lowered only in death. On hearing this, Ghori flew into a rage and ordered that Prithviraj's eyes be burnt with red hot iron rods. This heinous deed being done, Prithiviraj was regularly brought to the court to be taunted by Ghori and his courtiers. In those days Prithiviraj was joined by his former biographer Chand Bardai, who had composed a ballad-biography on Pritiviraj in the name of Prithviraj Raso (Songs of Prithviraj). Chand Bardai told Prithiviraj, that he should avenge Ghori's betrayal and daily insults.
The Blind Prithviraj Avenges the Injustice done to him. The two got an opportunity when Ghori announced a game of Archery. On the advice of Chand Bardai, Prithviraj, who was then at court said he would also like to participate. On hearing his suggestion, the courtiers guffawed at him and he was taunted by Ghori as to how he could participate when he could not see. Whereupon, Prithiviraj told Mahmud Ghori to order him to shoot, and he would reach his target. Ghori became suspicious and asked Prithviraj why he wanted Ghori himself to order and not anyone else. On behalf of Prithiviraj, Chand Bardai told Ghori that he as a king would not accept orders from anyone other than a king. His ego satisfied, Mahmud Ghori agreed.
On the said day, Ghori sitting in his royal enclosure had Prithiviraj brought to the ground and had him unchained for the event. On Ghori's ordering Prithviraj to shoot, we are told Prithiviraj turned in the direction from where he heard Ghori speak and struck Ghori dead with his arrow. This event is described by Chand Bardai in the couplet, "Char bans, chaubis gaj, angul ashta praman, Ete pai Sultan hai (Taa Upar hai Sultan). Ab mat chuko Chauhan."(Ten measures ahead of you and twenty four feet away, is seated the Sultan, do not miss him now, Chouhan).
Thus ended the story of the brave but unrealistic Prithviraj Chouhan - the last Hindu ruler of Delhi. Delhi was to remain under Muslim rule for the next 700 years till 1857 and under British rule till 1947. Those few Hindus who came close to liberating Delhi during the seven centuries of Muslim rule were Rana Sanga in 1527, Raja (Hemu) Vikramaditya in around 1565 (2nd battle of Panipat), and Shrimant Vishwas Rao who was the Peshwa's son and was co-commander of the Maratha forces in the 3rd battle of Panipat in 1761. Metaphorically speaking, the next Hindu ruler to actually preside over Delhi was to be Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the first President of Independent India (and Jawarharlal Nehru - who was the President's first Minister).

The Rajput Resistance to Muslim Rule - Man Singh Tomar

In spite of the establishment of Muslim rule in Delhi and UP (Uttar Pradesh) in the former kingdoms of Prithiviraj Chauhan and Jaichand Rathod, the Muslim invaders could never overrun the entire country. The Rajput dynasties like the Tomaras of Gwaliar and the Ranas of Mewad still continued to rule central India. One such Rajput ruler was Man Singh Tomar the king of Gwaliar. Man Singh put up a stout resistance to the Lodis and he succeeded in halting the Muslim ruler Sikandar Lodi's southward march at Gwaliar. While the Tomaras of Gwaliar held back the Muslims from advancing into Malwa, the Ranas of Mewad held up the banner of Indian independence from Mewad in those trying times of Muslim aggression in India. In South Rajasthan especially, the Rajputs had defiantly preserved their writ by resisting the Delhi Sultans. The center of this Rajput resistance was the kingdom at Chittor.

Maharana Pratap

Udai Singh's son was Maharana Pratap who leads the Rajputs against Akbar's armies and preserved Rajput rule in Mewad. Rana Pratap was faced with the formidable challenge of renegade Rajput princes like Raja Todar Mal and Raja Man Singh who had joined forces with the Muslim rulers.

The Battle of Haldighati

In the Battle of Haldighati fought between Maharana Pratap and the Mughals; the Rajputs were not able to overcome the combined strength of the Mughals and the renegade Rajput princes who had played the role of traitors. But Maharana Pratap, who was badly hurt in the battle, was saved by his wise horse Chetak, who took him in an unconscious state away from the battle scene. Although Maharana Pratap was not able to thwart the Muslims successfully, the saga of Rajput resistance to Muslim rule continued till the 17th century when the baton of the struggle for Indian Independence from Muslim tyranny was taken up by the upcoming power of the Marathas, who brought about an end to Muslim domination of India.
According to the Rajput bards the Chauhan is one of the four Agnikula or 'fire sprung' tribes who were created by the gods in the anali kund or 'fountain of fire' on Mount Abu to fight against the Asuras or demons. Chauhan is also one of the 36 (royal) ruling races of the Rajputs.
Chauhan dynasty flourished from the 8th to 12th centuries AD. It was one of the four main Rajput dynasties of that era, the others being Pratiharas, Paramaras and Chalukyas. The Chauhans dominated Delhi, Ajmer, and Ranthambhor. They were also prominent at Sirohi in the southwest of Rajputana, and at Bundi and Kota in the east. Inscriptions also associate them with Sambhar, the salt lake area in the Amber (later Jaipur) district. Chauhan politics were largely campaigns against the Chalukyas and the invading Muslim hordes. In the 11th century they founded the city of Ajayameru (Ajmer) in the southern part of their kingdom, and in the 12th century captured Dhilika (the ancient name of Delhi) from the Tomaras and annexed some of their territory along the Yamuna River. Prithviraj III has become famous in folk tales and historical literature as the Chauhan king of Delhi who resisted the Muslim attack in the first Battle of TARAIN (1191). Armies from other Rajput kingdoms, including Mewar assisted him. However, Prithviraj was defeated in a second battle at Tarain the following year. This failure ushered in Muslim rule in North India in the form of the SLAVE DYNASTY, the first of the Delhi Sultanates.

Friday, December 4, 2015

Islam is a war based cult not even religion

Islam has declared war on all of humanity since its inception. The arabs were the first victims of Islam and mohammad. The problem is the west and other non muslim societies refuse to admit the horrible truth that islam is the root cause of all terror and wars. The enemy is not ISIS or boko haram or taliban or is Islam.  Sun Tzu the brilliant ancient chinese general said in "the art of war " (  孫子兵法 ) ...if you do not know your enemy you will lose the war !   In america you cannot even name the enemy LOL

Even our lexicon is all wrong. We say things like...... Ohhh Syed Farook is a radical muslim that is why he killed innocent disabled infidel americanos in San is Radical Islam that we have to watch out for. 

This implies that there is a benign version of Islam which teaches love for their neighbours and even love for their enemies. Respect and equality for women.  Freedom to accept or leave islam without dire repercussions ( such as being beheaded lol ), acceptance and equality for gays and lesbians and transgenders ( uuuh not throwing them off the roof of tall buildings would suffice for starters lol ), Not calling jews and christians discendants of pigs and apes ( do U know of any other religion that resorts to calling names in their sacred texts ? LOL duuuuh ), Rejecting the tenet that hindus and buddhists and other 'pagans' should be killed immediately if they dont convert to islam ( only jews and christians have the option of becomming dhimmis ), Separation of mosque and state etc etc.... WELL DO U KNOW OF ANY SUCH NON-RADICAL MODERATE ISLAM THAT TEACHES THE FOREGOING TENETS?...DO YOU ???????? !!!!

THE KORAN SPECIFICALLY COMMANDS MUSLIMS  THUS :  " DO NOT TAKE THE JEWS AND CHRISTIANS ( and other unbelievers ) AS FRIENDS OR ELSE YOU WILL BECOME LIKE THEM  ( ..and allah will caste you out and hell fire will be your lot )

Of course islam hides under the protection of ' religion' when in reality only 10% of islam is religion ( rites and rituals ) and the other 90% is poltical ideology and totalitarianism or fascism of the worst kind . 

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Thursday, December 3, 2015

Night of Jan, 19,1990 when Hindus were murdered in Kashmir of India

Kashmir: Night of Jan, 19, 1990
On Jan, 04, 1990, a local Urdu newspaper, Aftab,published a press release issued by Hizb-ul-
Mujahideen, asking all Pandits to leave the Valleyimmediately. Al Safa, another local daily repeated
the warning.These warnings were followed byKalashnikov-wielding masked Jehadis carrying
out military-type marches openly. Reports ofkilling of Kashmiri Pandits continued to pour in.
Bomb explosions and sporadic firing by militantsbecame a daily occurrence.Explosive and inflammatory speeches beingbroadcast from the public address systems of themosques became frequent. Thousands of audiocassettes, carrying similar propaganda, wereplayed at numerous places in the Valley, in orderto instill fear into the already terrified KashmiriPandit community. Recalling these events, theformer Director General of Jammu and KashmirPolice, Shri M M Khajooria says, “The mischief ofthe summer of 1989 started with serving noticeto the prominent members of the minoritycommunity to quit Kashmir .

The letter said, ‘We order you to leave Kashmirimmediately, otherwise your children will be
harmed- we are not scaring you but this land isonly for Muslims, and is the land of Allah. Sikhs
and Hindus cannot stay here’. The threateningnote ended with a warning, ‘If you do not obey,
we will start with your children. KashmirLiberation, Zindabad”. They signaled the
implementation of their intentions quite blatantly.M. L. Bhan of Khonmoh, Srinagar, a government
employee, was killed on Jan 15, 1990. Baldev RajDutta, an operator in Lal chowk, Srinagar, was
kidnapped on the same day. His dead body wasfound four days later, on Jan 19, 1990, at Nai
Sarak, Srinagar.The body bore tell-tale marks ofbrutal torture.

Night of Jan, 19, 1990
The night witnessed macabre happenings, thelike of which had not been witnessed by Kashmiri
Pandits after the Afghan rule.Those thatexperienced the fear of that night are unlikely to
forget it in their life time. For future generations,it will be a constant reminder of the brutality of
Islamic radicals, who had chosen the timing verycarefully. “Farooq Abdullah, whose government
had all but seized to exist, resigned. Jagmohanarrived during the day to take charge as theGovernor of the State.”2 He took over the chargeof the Governor just the previous night atJammu.He had made efforts to reach Srinagarduring the previous day, but the plane had toreturn to Jammu from Pir Panjal Pass, due toextremely bad weather. Though curfew wasimposed to restore some semblance of order, ithad little effect. The mosque pulpits continued tobe used to exhort people to defy curfew and join
Jehad against the Pandits, while armed cadres ofJKLF marched through the streets of the Valley,
terrorizing them no end.

As the night fell, the microscopic communitybecame panic-stricken when the Valley began
reverberating with the war-cries of Islamists,who had stage-managed the whole event withgreat care; choosing its timing and the slogansto be used. A host of highly provocative,communal and threatening slogans, interspersedwith martial songs, incited the Muslims to comeout on the streets and break the chains of‘slavery’. These exhortations urged the faithful togive a final push to the Kafir in order to ring inthe true Islamic order. These slogans were mixedwith precise and unambiguous threats toPandits.They were presented with three choices— Ralive, Tsaliv ya Galive (convert to Islam,leave the place or prish). Tens of thousands ofKashmiri Muslims poured into the streets of the
Valley, shouting ‘death to India’ and death toKafirs.These slogans, broadcast from the loud speakers
of every mosque, numbering roughly 1100,exhorted the hysterical mobs to embark onJehad. All male Muslims, including their childrenand the aged, wanted to be seen to beparticipating in this Jehad.Those who hadorganized such a show of force in the middle of acold winter night, had only one objective; to putthe fear of death into the hearts of the alreadyfrightened Pandits. In this moment of collectivehysteria, gone was the facade of secular, tolerant,cultured, peaceful and educated outlook ofKashmiri Muslims, which the Indian intelligentsiaand the liberal media had made them to wear for
their own reasons.
Most of the Kashmiri Muslims behaved as if theydid not know who the Pandits were. This frenzied
mass hysteria went on till Kashmiri Pandits’despondency turned into desperation, as the
night wore itself out.For the first time after independence of Indiafrom the British rule, Kashmiri Pandits foundthemselves abandoned to their fate, stranded intheir own homes, encircled by rampaging mobs.Through the frenzied shouts and blood-curdlingsloganeering of the assembled mobs, Panditssaw the true face of in¬tolerant and radicalIslam. It represented the complete antithesis ofthe over-rated ethos of Kashmiriyat that wassupposed to define Kashmiri ethos.The pusillanimous Central Government wascaught napping and its agencies in the State,particularly the army and other para militaryforces, did not consider it necessary to intervene,in the absence of any orders. The State
Government had been so extensively subvertedthat the skeleton staff of the administration atSrinagar (the winter capital of the State hadshifted to Jammu in November 1989) decided notto confront the huge mobs. Delhi was too faraway, anyway.

Hundreds of Kashmiri Pandits phoned everyone inauthority at Jammu, Srinagar and Delhi, to save
them from the sure catastrophe that awaitedthem. The pleadings for help were incessant. But
not a soldier came to their rescue. Therefore,Kashmiri Pandits found best protection inhuddling together indoors, frozen with fear,praying for the night to pass. The foreboding ofthe impending doom was too over-powering tolet them have even a wink of sleep.The Pandits could see the writing on the wall. Ifthey were lucky enough to see the night through,they would have to vacate the place before theymet the same fate as Tikka Lal Taploo and many others. The Seventh Exodus was surely staringthem in the face. By morning, it became apparentto Pandits that Kashmiri Muslims had decided tothrow them out from the Valley. Broadcastingvicious Jehadi sermons and revolutionary songs,interspersed with blood curdling shouts andshrieks, threatening Kashmiri Pandits with dire
consequences, became a routine ‘Mantra’ of theMuslims of the Valley, to force them to flee from
Kashmir. Some of the slogans used were:“Zalimo, O Kafiro, Kashmir harmara chod do”.
(O! Merciless, O! Kafirs leave our Kashmir)“Kashmir mein agar rehna hai, Allah-ho-Akbar
kahna hoga”(Any one wanting to live in Kashmir will have toconvert to Islam)La Sharqia la gharbia, Islamia! Islamia!From East to West, there will be only Islam“Musalmano jago, Kafiro bhago”,
(O! Muslims, Arise, O! Kafirs, scoot)“Islam hamara maqsad hai, Quran hamara dasturhai, jehad hamara Rasta hai”(Islam is our objective, Q’uran is ourconstitution, Jehad is our way of our life)
“Kashmir banega Pakistan”(Kashmir will become Pakistan)“Kashir banawon Pakistan, Bataw varaie, Batneiwsaan”(We will turn Kashmir into Pakistan alongwithKashmiri Pandit women, but without their menfolk)“Pakistan se kya Rishta? La Ilah-e- Illalah”(Islam defines our relationship with Pakistan)Dil mein rakho Allah ka khauf; Hath mein rakhoKalashnikov.(With fear of Allah ruling your hearts, wield aKalashnikov)“Yahan kya chalega, Nizam-e- Mustafa”(We want to be ruled under Shari’ah)(We want to be ruled under Shari’ah)“People’s League ka kya paigam, Fateh, Azadi
aur Islam”(“What is the message of People’s League?Victory, Freedom and Islam.”)Wall posters in fairly large letters, proclaimingKashmir as ‘Islamic Republic of Kashmir’,became a com¬mon sight in the entire Valley. Sowere the big and prominent advertisements inlocal dailies, proclaiming their intent. ‘Aim of thepresent struggle is the supremacy of Islam inKashmir, in all walks of life and nothing else. Anyone who puts a hurdle in our way will beannihilated’.Press release of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen (HM)published in the morning edition of Urdu Daily‘Aftab’ of April, 01, 1990. ‘Kashmiri Panditsresponsible for duress against Muslims shouldleave the Valley within two days’. Head lines ofUrdu Daily, Al Safa, of April, 14, 1990.
‘With Kalashnikov in one hand and Quran in the
other the Mujahids would openly roam the
streets singing the Tarana-e- Kashmir

California Bernardino terrorism is Islamic terrorism as was in Paris Terrorist attack

From what we know so far, it seems unlikely that the prime suspect in the San Bernardino shootings had any kind of legitimate workplace grievance. He had also been in contact with international terror suspects being watched by the FBI.

Friday, November 27, 2015

हकीम खान सूरी -महाराणा प्रताप

हकीम खान सूरी -
इनका जन्म 1538 ई. में हुआ | ये अफगान बादशाह शेरशाह सूरी के वंशज थे | महाराणा प्रताप का साथ देने के लिए ये बिहार से मेवाड़ आए व अपने 800 से 1000 अफगान सैनिकों के साथ महाराणा के सामने प्रस्तुत हुए | हकीम खान सूरी को महाराणा ने मेवाड़ का सेनापति घोषित किया | हकीम खान हरावल (सेना की सबसे आगे वाली पंक्ति) का नेतृत्व करते थे | ये मेवाड़ के शस्त्रागार (मायरा) के प्रमुख थे | मेवाड़ के सैनिकों के पगड़ी के स्थान पर शिरस्त्राण पहन कर युद्ध लड़ने का श्रेय इन्हें ही जाता है |
1573 ई.
महाराणा प्रताप ने एक ब्राह्मण को भूमि दान की व कुछ समय बाद लखा बारठ को मनसुओं का गाँव प्रदान किया
इसी वर्ष अकबर ने खुद गुजरात विजय के लिए कूच किया और इसी दौरान अकबर ने गुजरात में पहली बार समन्दर देखा | अकबर ने गुजरात विजय की याद में बुलन्द दरवाजा बनवाया |
इसी वर्ष गुजरात में ईडर की राजगद्दी पर राय नारायणदास बैठे | ये महाराणा प्रताप के ससुर थे व इन्होंने महाराणा प्रताप का खूब साथ दिया | इन्होंने भी महाराणा की तरह घास की रोटियाँ खाई थीं |
अबुल फजल लिखता है "ईडर के राय नारायणदास को घास-फूस खाना मंजूर था, पर बादशाही मातहती कुबूल करना नहीं"
1574 ई.
अकबर की बंगाल व बिहार विजय
इसी वर्ष आमेर के राजा भारमल का देहान्त हुआ | भगवानदास आमेर का शासक बना |
इसी वर्ष बीकानेर नरेश राव कल्याणमल का देहान्त हुआ | राजा रायसिंह (महाराणा प्रताप के बहनोई) बीकानेर के शासक बने | इन्होंने अकबर का साथ दिया |
इसी वर्ष अकबर ने मारवाड़ के राव चन्द्रसेन को दण्डित करने के लिए राजा रायसिंह को भेजा, पर रायसिंह को सफलता नहीं मिली |
यूरोप के साथ मुगलों का व्यापार मेवाड़ के भीतर होकर सूरत या किसी और बन्दरगाह से होता था | महाराणा प्रताप और उनके साथी गुजरात मार्ग को आए दिन बन्द कर देते थे व मुगलों की सामग्री लूट लेते, जिससे अकबर का यूरोप के साथ व्यापार ठप्प होने लगा | अकबर ने राजा रायसिंह को गुजरात मार्ग खोलने व लूटमार रोकने के लिए नियुक्त किया | महाराणा प्रताप ने अपने बहनोई से लड़ना ठीक न समझा, पर राजा रायसिंह के जाते ही महाराणा ने फिर गुजरात मार्ग बन्द कर लूटमार शुरु की |
(हल्दीघाटी युद्ध का ये एक महत्वपूर्ण कारण था)
1575 ई.
इसी वर्ष अकबर ने चित्तौड़ को अजमेर सूबे का हिस्सा बनाया | अकबर ने महाराणा के खिलाफ अपनी जंग को धर्म से जोड़ते हुए मेवाड़ के रायला, बदनोर, शाहपुरा, अरनेता, कटड़ी, कान्या आदि इलाकों को सूफी सन्त मुइनुद्दीन चिश्ती की दरगाह (अजमेर) के हिस्से में दे दिये |
इसी वर्ष अकबर ने महाराणा प्रताप पर बादशाही मातहती कुबूल करने का दबाव बढ़ाने के लिए फिर से जजिया कर लागू कर दिया |
(अकबर ने जजिया कर लगाने के लिए ही मेवाड़ के इलाके अजमेर के हिस्से में दिये थे)....(हालांकि कुछ समय बाद उसने जजिया कर हटा दिया)
इसी वर्ष अकबर ने महाराणा प्रताप व राव चन्द्रसेन की गतिविधियों पर नजर रखने के लिए सैयद हाशिम व जलाल खान कोरची को भेजा |
मारवाड़ के राव चन्द्रसेन, जिन्हें मारवाड़ का राणा प्रताप, प्रताप का अग्रगामी, भूला बिसरा राजा भी कहा जाता है, उन्होंने जलाल खान कोरची की हत्या कर दी |

हल्दीघाटी का युद्ध, Haldighati war

हल्दीघाटी का युद्ध मुग़ल बादशाह अकबर औरमहाराणा प्रताप के बीच 18 जून, 1576 ई. को लड़ा गया था। अकबर और राणा के बीच यह युद्धमहाभारत युद्ध की तरह विनाशकारी सिद्ध हुआ था। ऐसा माना जाता है कि इस युद्ध में न तो अकबर जीत सका और न ही राणा हारे। मुग़लों के पास सैन्य शक्ति अधिक थी तो राणा प्रताप के पास जुझारू शक्ति की कोई कमी नहीं थी। उन्होंने आखिरी समय तक अकबर से सन्धि की बात स्वीकार नहीं की और मान-सम्मान के साथ जीवन व्यतीत करते हुए लड़ाईयाँ लड़ते रहे।
मुग़ल आक्रमणउदयसिंह वर्ष 1541 ई. में मेवाड़ के राणा हुए थे, जब कुछ ही दिनों के बाद अकबर ने मेवाड़ की राजधानी चित्तौड़ पर चढ़ाई की। मुग़ल सेना ने आक्रमण कर चित्तौड़ को घेर लिया था, लेकिन राणा उदयसिंह ने अकबर अधीनता स्वीकार नहीं की। हज़ारों मेवाड़ियों की मृत्यु के बाद जब उन्हें लगा कि चित्तौड़गढ़ अब नहीं बचेगा, तब उदयसिंह ने चित्तौड़ को 'जयमल' और 'पत्ता' आदि वीरों के हाथ में छोड़ दिया और स्व्यं अरावली के घने जंगलों में चले गए। वहाँ उन्होंने नदी की बाढ़ रोक 'उदयसागर' नामक सरोवर का निर्माण किया था। वहीं उदयसिंह ने अपनी नई राजधानी उदयपुर बसाई। चित्तौड़ के विध्वंस के चार वर्ष बाद ही उदयसिंह का देहांत हो गया। उनके बाद महाराणा प्रताप ने भी युद्ध जारी रखा और मुग़ल अधीनता स्वीकार नहीं की।
==========युद्धभूमि पर महाराणा प्रताप के चेतक (घोड़े) की मौत=============
'हल्दीघाटी का युद्ध' भारतीय इतिहास में प्रसिद्ध है। इस युद्ध के बाद महाराणा प्रताप की युद्ध-नीति छापामार लड़ाई की रही थी।अकबर ने मेवाड़ को पूर्णरूप से जीतने के लिए 18 जून, 1576 ई. में आमेर के राजा मानसिंह एवं आसफ ख़ाँ के नेतृत्व में मुग़लसेना को आक्रमण के लिए भेजा। दोनों सेनाओं के मध्य गोगुडा के निकट अरावली पहाड़ी की हल्दीघाटी शाखा के मध्य युद्ध हुआ। इस युद्ध में राणा प्रताप पराजित हुए। लड़ाई के दौरान अकबर ने कुम्भलमेर दुर्ग से महाराणा प्रताप को खदेड़ दिया तथा मेवाड़ पर अनेक आक्रमण करवाये, किंतु प्रताप ने अधीनता स्वीकार नहीं की। युद्ध राणा प्रताप के पक्ष में निर्णायक नहीं हो सका। खुला युद्ध समाप्त हो गया था, किंतु संघर्ष समाप्त नहीं हुआ था। भविष्य में संघर्षो को अंजाम देने के लिए प्रताप एवं उसकी सेना युद्ध स्थल से हट कर पहाड़ी प्रदेश में आ गयी थी। मुग़लों के पास सैन्य शक्ति अधिक थी तो राणा प्रताप के पास जुझारू शक्ति अधिक थी।
====================राजपूतों की वीरता=============================
युद्ध में 'सलीम' (बाद में जहाँगीर) पर राणा प्रताप के आक्रमण को देखकर असंख्य मुग़ल सैनिक उसी तरफ़ बढ़े और प्रताप को घेरकर चारों तरफ़ से प्रहार करने लगे। प्रताप के सिर पर मेवाड़ का राजमुकुट लगा हुआ था। इसलिए मुग़ल सैनिक उसी को निशाना बनाकर वार कर रहे थे। राजपूत सैनिक भी राणा को बचाने के लिए प्राण हथेली पर रखकर संघर्ष कर रहे थे। परन्तु धीरे-धीरे प्रताप संकट में फँसते ही चले जा रहे थे। स्थिति की गम्भीरता को परखकर झाला सरदार मन्नाजी ने स्वामिभक्ति का एक अपूर्व आदर्श प्रस्तुत करते हुए अपने प्राणों की बाजी लगा दी।
=====================मन्नाजी का बलिदान=========================
झाला सरदार मन्नाजी तेज़ी के साथ आगे बढ़ा और उसने राणा प्रताप के सिर से मुकुट उतार कर अपने सिर पर रख लिया। वह तेज़ी के साथ कुछ दूरी पर जाकर घमासान युद्ध करने लगा। मुग़ल सैनिक उसे ही प्रताप समझकर उस पर टूट पड़े। राणा प्रताप जो कि इस समय तक बहुत बुरी तरह घायल हो चुके थे, उन्हें युद्ध भूमि से दूर निकल जाने का अवसर मिल गया। उनका सारा शरीर अगणित घावों से लहूलुहान हो चुका था। युद्ध भूमि से जाते-जाते प्रताप ने मन्नाजी को मरते देखा। राजपूतों ने बहादुरी के साथ मुग़लों का मुक़ाबला किया, परन्तु मैदानी तोपों तथा बन्दूकधारियों से सुसज्जित शत्रु की विशाल सेना के सामने समूचा पराक्रम निष्फल रहा। युद्ध भूमि पर उपस्थित बाईस हज़ार राजपूत सैनिकों में से केवल आठ हज़ार जीवित सैनिक युद्ध भूमि से किसी प्रकार बचकर निकल पाये।
इस प्रकार हल्दीघाटी के इस भयंकर युद्ध में बड़ी सादड़ी के जुझारू झाला सरदार मान या मन्नाजी ने राणा की पाग (पगड़ी) लेकर उनका शीश बचाया। राणा अपने बहादुर सरदार का जुझारूपन कभी नहीं भूल सके। इसी युद्ध में राणा का प्राणप्रिय घोड़ा चेतक अपने स्वामी की रक्षा करते हुए शहीद हो गया और इसी युद्ध में उनका अपना बागी भाई शक्तिसिंह भी उनसे आ मिला और उनकी रक्षा में उसका भाई-प्रेम उजागर हो उठा था। अंत में सन 1542 के बाद में महाराणा प्रताप जी ने अपने अदम्य साहस का परिचय देते हुए अपने साम्राज्य को फिर से स्वतंत्र करा लिया..!!
पोस्ट को पढ़कर शेयर अवस्य करे...!
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जय महाराणा..!

भदौरिया वंश (Bhadhauriya Vansh)

भदौरिया वंश (Bhadhauriya Vansh)
भदौरिया राजपूत चौहान राजपूतो की शाखा है,इनका गोत्र वत्स है और इनकी चार शाखाए राउत, मेनू, तसेला, कुल्हिया, अठभईया हैं,
भदौरिया राजपूत कुल का नाम है। इनका नाम ग्वालियर के ग्राम भदावर पर पड़ा। इस वंश के महाराजा को 'महेन्द्र' (पृथ्वी का स्वामी) की उपाधि से संबोधित किया जाता है। यह उपाधि आज भी इस कुल के मुखिया के नाम रहती है |
इस कुटुम्ब के संस्थापक मानिक राय, अजमेर के चौहान को मना जाता है, उनके पुत्र राजा चंद्रपाल देव (७९४-८१६) ने ७९३ में "चंद्रवार" (आज का फिरोजाबाद) रियासत की स्थापना की और वहां एक किले का निर्माण कराया जो आज भी फिरोजाबाद में स्थित है।
८१६ में उनके पुत्र राजा भदों राव (८१६-८४२) ने भदौरा नामक शहर की स्थापना की और अपने राज्य की सीमा को आगरा में बाह तक बढ़ा दिया,
रज्जू भदौरिया ने सदा अकबर का प्रतिरोध किया,जौनपुर के शर्की सुल्तान हुसैनशाह को भी भदौरिया राजपूतो ने हराया था,
इन्होने दिल्ली के सुल्तान सिकन्दर लोदी के विरुद्ध भी बगावत की थी,
जब मुगलों के साम्राज्य का पतन हो रहा था, तब भदौरिया प्रभावशाली व सर्वशक्तिमान थे | १७०७ में सम्राट औरंगजेब की मृत्यु के बाद हुयी लडाई में भदावर के राजा कल्याण सिंह भदौरिया ने पर धौलपुर कब्जा किया और १७६१ तक धौलपुर भदावर रियासत का हिस्सा रहा | १७०८ में भदावर सैनिक, उम्र-ऐ-उज्ज़म महाराजाधिराज श्रीमान महाराजा महेंद्र गोपाल सिंह भदौरिया ने गोंध पर धावा बोला, राणा भीम सिंह जाट को युद्ध में हरा कर गोंध के किले पर कब्जा किया और गोंध को भदावर में मिला लिया १७३८ तक गोंध भदावर की हिस्सा रहा ,
पहले इनके चार राज्य थे ,चाँदवार, भदावर, गोंध, धौलपुर,
इनमे गोंध इन्होने जाट राजाओ से जीता था,अब सिर्फ एक राज्य बचा है भदावर जो इनकी प्रमुख गद्दी है,राजा महेंद्र अरिदमन सिंह इस रियासत के राजा हैं और यूपी सरकार में मंत्री हैं.ये रियासत आगरा चम्बल इलाके में स्थित है,
अब भदौरिया राजपूत आगरा ,इटावा,भिंड,ग्वालियर में रहते हैं
(तस्वीर में भदौरिया राजपूतो का चम्बल का अटेर दुर्ग जहाँ खून का तिलक लगाकर ही राजा से मिलते थे गुप्तचर)
सोर्स- राजपूताना सोच क्षत्रिय इतिहास