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Clarification of misundrstanding about History of India ( Bhrarat or Bharar Khand ). India name was given by Britishers only.[edit]

This is to calrify that Lord Rama had a brother name Bhart. Lord Rama had wife name Sita and two sons name Love and Kush. The City name Ayodhya was nere Lakhnow in Uttar Pradesh. The City of ayadhay that is were Lord Rama was born. He was the son of King Dashrath and had younger brothers Bharat and Lkhxman. Rama was sent out for Vanvas for 14 years. This was the time his wife was kidneped by King called Ravan. The king Ravan was from Shri Lanka was a City of solid golden palaces and forts. The Godes Sita was kept in Ashok vadi as a prisoner. Hanuman was the chief of Lord Rama's army set fire in the City of Shri Lanka. The war between Lord Rama and King Ravan was lost by King Ravan and got kiled by Lord Rama. After the deth of King Ravan his brother Vibhishan was crown by Lord Rama for the thron of Shri Lanka. After finishing his 14 years of Vanvas Lord Rama returned to his City of Ayadhya. During Lord Rama's vanvas his brother proted the kingdom of Ayadhya. Lord Rama did Ahvamegh Yagna and horse was kept loose to was through the verious different kingdoms and his army followed the horse. What ever the kingdom were captured by the army at that time become one continet called Bharat Khand. The terytory of this Bharat Khand was the countries call today as Usbekistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan so do today you call India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Himalay ( Him i.e Ice and Alay i.e mountain ) and Bhram Desh i.e provinces around Randgoon and Bankok also Islands of Andaman, Nikibar and on east side Islands of Dive, Daman and Gova and City of Khambhuja now a days sinken in the Bay of Khambhat ( Kenbay the British name) and island of Dwharika. All this land was one Bharat Khand ( one continent ). The explanation of the name Kush ( The Lord Rama of Ramchandra's son is a vegitation grows in the mount Himalaya is Kush the, leavs can cure the wounds during war ). The encyclopidia of Britanica has mad a wrong mening of this ward Kush is not sloter. Hindu Kush mountain region is in Pakistan. This do not mean Hindu sloter. Lord Rama did not kip his son name a sloter son. The holy book of Ramayan was writen by the Rishy Valmik and his ashram was in Hindu Kush. Lord Rama was born 18000 + years a go and this was before the Birth of Loard Krishna. Gandhar is a province not in northern India. Gandar is the province located at the border of Afghnistan and Pakistan. The Americans call this province as Torabora? Bhada province in Pakistan was not criminal paredise in past history. The Lord Vishnu was born on earth in the form of Lord Rama and the 2nd time Lord Vshnu was born in the form of Lord Krisha. The Lord Krishna was born about 8000 years ago. Both time when Lord Vishnu was born on earth his wife Laxami ( the Goodess of welth ) was born on earth as his wife. With Lord Rama was Sati Sita and with Lord Krisha was Rada as his wife. Lord Vishnu's original name is Bhargav and his wife name is Bhargavi. The Lord Rama was Arya the skin color was dark. There was no blue eyes and blond hair. He has dark blake hair. The same way the Lord Krishna was also born as Arya ( not airan ) and his skin color was dark with black hair. The color blue is showing in the picture is a symlic color represnting dark sking. The world maping for Indian teritory don is wrong. The original Ramayan was writen on banana leaves and with indigo ink in sanskrit by the Rishy Valmik when the Lord Ramchandra was alive. This is an eye witness account of Rishy Valmik. This holy book of Ramayan was writern in Hindu kush mountains. The Lord Rama's chidhood was in the ashram of the Rishy Valmik. The same time 7 Veda books were writen by the Rishy Vedvyas also in the ashram located in the Hindu Kush mountains. During this historical time there was no Chritianity nore Moslim religian. Only Hindu religion was in existance and people were Aryas with sun flag symbol. If you look further Egytion Faros were also the belivers of sun good. About the holy symbol of hinduisum is the swastik, the 4 sections are the symbols of Lords in haven the Bhramha, Vishnu, Ganesh and Mahesh. The Adolf Hitlar did use this symbol by reversing it on his flag. Now you can see were Aryan came from. Also, look at the teritory of Bharat Khand and compare the teritorial claims.

Periodisation[edit]

Gathus has got a problem with periodisations of Indian history. His personal objection sare not enough reason, I think, to remove info about such periodisations form the article; they are being used in most, if not all, books on Indian history. An overview shows the similarities and differences. Joshua Jonathan -Let's talk! 05:54, 20 October 2014 (UTC)

[[Periodisation of Indian History|This table inserted] is erroneous. We talked about it on my talk page. Sources are taken from those authors who are neither Historians nor experts on India History nor written on the periodization of Indian Histoy.All eminent Historians on Indian history like R. Thapar, R.C.Majumder, Eaton etcnever gave such periodization. Such pharses like “Ascetic reformism”, “Late-Classical Hinduism”, “Islamic rule and "Sects of Hinduism", “Modern Hinduism” as periods of Indian History are bogus. Show me one such example given by ANY historian on Indian history in ANY historical work/research/book as the name of those as historial periods. You are trying to pass some phrases of Hinduism as The History of India. NO historian has done such periodization of Indian History. It is totally a fanciful creation.Please read the book of Romila thapar I have given in the main page as link.(Ancient Indian Social History: Some Interpretations. ) Do not write fictions.

The other table is detailed. Hence it was entered. Name it what you want-Time table of south Asia or Indian Sub-Continent. It does not matter. But, do not replace it with a bogus one. Ghatus (talk) 07:48, 20 October 2014 (UTC)

I see your point, though comments like "fictions", "bogus" and your edit-summary "some fanciful and sourceless table" are inappropriate. It gives me the impression that I can't really take you serious as a Wiki-editor. I'm glad, though, that you appreciate the table on Indian history. Best regards, Joshua Jonathan -Let's talk! 09:24, 20 October 2014 (UTC)

Hi, I did not intend to hurt you. I said nothing personal against you. I just criticized the table, not you. I am a university student and History is my subject. I do not know your age. I just use the language I use with my fellow friends. My only target was the Table, which was really void of any sense of History.The other table is workable, though not perfect.Ghatus (talk) 12:57, 20 October 2014 (UTC)

Singh's research and classic period dating[edit]

Here's the page link[1], Singh seems to be recognizing the archaeological results, on page 21, he's saying that the historicity of these events have been debated, and some scholars have described them with different layers. Shall we rephrase the current text? Bladesmulti (talk) 10:54, 20 October 2014 (UTC)

Classical period, in its early stage begins with the Satavahana dynasty. It can be dated to 230 BCE, thus 200 BCE is confirmed. ca. is written when the dating is still unconfirmed but there are some claims about the given date. Bladesmulti (talk) 10:57, 20 October 2014 (UTC)