Prince Jaisiah’s Strong Defence Of Debal In Sindh Against Arab Aggression

Aggression Of Al Hajjaj And Renewed Attacks On Temple Town Of Debal (Devalaya) After the end of Caliph Muawiyah’s reign, Sindh experienced peace and respite from Arab aggression for the next twenty years. However, with the appointment of Al Hajjaj ibn Yusuf as governor of Iraq in 695 A.D. by the succeeding Umayyad Caliph Abd … Continue reading Prince Jaisiah’s Strong Defence Of Debal In Sindh Against Arab Aggression

Legendary Hindu Zunbil’s Indomitable Campaign Against Mighty Arabs

Humiliating Defeat Of Ubaidullah And Jaish Al-Fana Caliph Abdal Malik ibn Marwan appointed Abdullah as the governor of Seistan in 692 A.D. Abdullah immediately resumed the raids on Kabul and Zabul. The clever Zunbil (Ranbal) did not obstruct the path of Abdullah’s forces and allowed them to advance deep into his territory in the mountains. … Continue reading Legendary Hindu Zunbil’s Indomitable Campaign Against Mighty Arabs

Revolt of Kabul And Rout Of Arabs In The Battle Of Junzah

First Arab Invasion Of India By Land Thwarted At Seistan By 643 A.D. the Arab imperialists had captured Persia and the eastern borders of the Islamic Caliphate had reached the boundaries of Kabul and Zabul. The province of Seistan (Sijistan-Sakastan) on the west of river Helmand was part of the kingdom of Zabul and bordered … Continue reading Revolt of Kabul And Rout Of Arabs In The Battle Of Junzah

Brave Defence Of Kikan Against Frequent 7th Century Arab Invasions By Land

First Arab Invasion Of Sindh By Land Routed In Kikan The third ‘pious’ Caliph who succeeded Umar was Usman ibn Affan (644–656 A.D.). Usman wanted to conquer Sindh and made up his mind to dispatch an expedition to invade Sindh. He appointed Abdullah to Iraq and commanded him to send an agent to gather information … Continue reading Brave Defence Of Kikan Against Frequent 7th Century Arab Invasions By Land

Arab Attack On The Golden Idol Of Zun (Zur) In Zabul

The kingdom of Kapisha or Kabul (also known as Kabulistan) lay on the north-west of Sindh and consisted of the valley of the Kabul (Kubha) river spreading over the mountains all the way upto the Hindu Kush (Upari Syena) mountains.[1] Hieun Tsang, the well-known Chinese traveller, mentions that the kingdom of Kabul extended over ten … Continue reading Arab Attack On The Golden Idol Of Zun (Zur) In Zabul

First Three Failed Arab Invasions Of India By Sea

First Arab Invasion Of India By Sea At Thane Repulsed Inspired by the early and meteoric military successes that made the Arabs ‘world conquerors’ within a short span of time, it was only natural that they “cast their covetous eyes towards India.” [1] The first Arab invasion of India was an expedition by sea to … Continue reading First Three Failed Arab Invasions Of India By Sea

Brief History Of Early Islamic Expansion

The rise of Islam and its meteoric expansion as a religious and military power in a relatively short span of time is an unprecedented phenomenon in world history. The monotheistic religion which was started by Prophet Mohammed in 610 A.D., resulted in uniting the warring tribes of Arabia into submission to the one God ‘Allah’, … Continue reading Brief History Of Early Islamic Expansion

Perversion Of Indian History And Setting The Record Straight — Part II

As noted in Part I of this article, an impartial and honest examination of Indian history from original and indigenous sources throws up the stark fact that Islamic invasions of India were no walkover and that the kind of continuous, prolonged resistance the marauding Islamic armies were forced to confront in India was not faced … Continue reading Perversion Of Indian History And Setting The Record Straight — Part II

Perversion Of Indian History And Setting The Record Straight — Part I

Indian History has for long been perverted and turned upside down to accommodate a colonialist and leftist agenda by motivated historians. Their agenda is evidently anti-national. Who hasn’t heard of the African proverb, “Until the lions tell their side of the story, the tale of the hunt will always glorify the hunter”? The insidious anti-Hindu … Continue reading Perversion Of Indian History And Setting The Record Straight — Part I