Who Says AKBAR Was Great? – PN Oak
The Present day historians consider Akbar as a great Moghul emperor. The author of this book questions this view. He quotes innumerable incidents and deeds of the so called great emperor and proves that Akbar was the greatest rogue. A well documented work worth reading. In the preface to his eight-volume critical study of medieval Muslim chronicles a well-known historian, the late Sir H M Elliot observes that the history of the Muslim era in India is an impudent and interested fraud.
This book does not claim to be a complete chronological narrative of Akbar’s life or reign. It deals with Akbar’s historical role with a difference. The scope of this book is limited to forcefully impressing on all concerned that Akbar’s image projected through official dossiers, institutional literature and academic text books is totally unwarranted and far removed from facts.
The author P N OAK having made some far-reaching discoveries in history, is the founder president of the Institute for Rewriting World History. His latest finding is than in pre-Christian times Vedic culture and Sanskrit language held full sway throughout the world.
P N Oak was born in a Maharashtrian Brahmin family in which his father talked to him only in Sanskrit, mother only in English, relations in Marathi and town-folk in Hindi. That gave him fluency in these four languages from childhood.
Oak is keen to found a world Vedic heritage University to educate the world in the primordial Vedic unity of all humanity. To that end he invites correspondence from all those willing to hel
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