NCERT 110 Doubtful Things: Which was approved by Professor Mrinal Miri, who was the head of the National Monitoring Committee and was a Christian. Mrinal Miri is a Christian from Shillong who was nominated by the Congress to the Rajya Sabha for 12 years. He held many lucrative positions during the Congress rule and with the nexus of the Communist Church, he added many false facts to Indian history which are taught to children even today. No one has any proof of this.
एक फिजिक्स के प्रोफेसर ने कक्षा 6 से 12 NCERT की हिस्ट्री बुक्स के अध्ययन का निश्चय किया और उसने पाया कि लगभग 110 बातें ऐसी हैं जो संदिग्ध हैं…
NCERT की किताब में लिखा है कि दो सुल्तान कुतुबुद्दीन ऐबक और इल्लतुतमिश ने वो मीनार बनवाया था। जिसे आज कुतुब मीनार कहा जाता है।
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A physics professor decided to study the NCERT history books of class 6 to 12 and found that there are about 110 things which are questionable…
NCERT 110 Doubtful Things : It is written in the NCERT book that that minaret was built by two Sultans Qutubuddin Aibak and Illuttamish. Which is today called Qutub Minar. On this, Professor Sahib filed RTI asking from where NCERT has verified this fact? Who were the people who verified?
NCERT 110 Doubtful Things : On this, the reply from NCERT has come that, no verified copy is available with the department. The book was approved by Professor Mrinal Miri, who was the head of the National Monitoring Committee. Mrinal Miri is a Christian from Shillong who was nominated by the Congress to the Rajya Sabha for 12 years.
He held many lucrative positions during the Congress rule and with the nexus of the Communist Church, he added many false facts to Indian history which are taught to children even today. No one has any proof of this.
NCERT 110 Doubtful things in which book
NCERT 110 Doubtful Things : For example, on page 46 of Class 6 book in Social Science, it is written about India on the basis of Rigveda book that “Some wars were fought by the Aryans for the acquisition of cattle and water sources. Some wars were also fought for buying, selling and capturing humans. Were.”
It is clear that the author of the book wants to prove that there was a slavery system in India too and that the things mentioned in the Bible and the Quran about buying and selling human beings are not new, but the same inhuman behavior used to happen in India too.
NCERT 110 Doubtful Things : Similarly, he further writes, “A large part of the wealth won in the war was kept by the chieftains and priests, the rest was distributed among the public.” Here too the role of justifying Muhammad’s actions has been created.
Further it is written at one place, “Priests used to perform Yagya and sometimes animals were also sacrificed along with ghee and food in the fire.” Further on page 60 it is written “Slaves and maids were used for the backbreaking labor of agriculture.”
NCERT 110 Doubtful Things : Then that professor first studied himself, on the basis of Megasthenes’ Indica etc. it was proved that all this was being written as fabricated, then he filed RTI in NCERT asking what is the basis of these things? You are writing history, where are the references? Related verses of Rigveda, their translation should be mentioned and if not, then refutation or correction should be made.
NCERT 110 Doubtful Things : You will be surprised to know that NCERT gave the same answer to all 110 questions that we have no proof of this. Apart from this, he maintained an attitude of postponing and postponing the answer. Many years passed like this. After losing, they went to Punjab Haryana High Court saying that NCERT was not giving them the answers.
The court accepted the petition and asked NCERT to respond. Then NCERT said that all our books have been written by the History Professor of JNU and we have asked him for the answer. After about a year, the writers of JNU replied that we have taken the help of translation of Rigveda for these things.
NCERT 110 Doubtful Things : In the Rig Veda, Indra has been described as a warrior and the word Narjit in it proves that he used to plunder and enslave humans. On this, this professor told those mantras to the Sanskrit experts and whether they have the same meaning as the JNU professor has done…
Sanskrit scholars said in one voice that the meaning of JNU people is arbitrary and in some places completely opposite to the original text. On this the court asked him whether he knows Sanskrit?
Where did you pick up this translation NCERT 110 Doubtful Things?
So the so-called historians of JNU said that they do not even know Sanskrit, they have used the translation of Rigveda by a very old English writer. Court: “And what is the basis of what you have written that Brahmins etc. used to distribute the looted property among themselves?”
JNU: “Since there is a description of Agni in the Rig Veda and Agni has been called a priest, it means that whatever is being dedicated to Agni, the priests are distributing it among themselves.”
Now there is no option but to beat our heads over these arguments of JNU historians and NCERT and perhaps they want us to keep banging our heads…
NCERT further writes in Class 11 History, “Slavery was a reality in Europe and in the fourth century AD, even though the state religion of the Roman Empire was Christian, it could not do much for the improvement of slaves.”
Source : @rakeshsanatanihindu