History of India in 15 minutes
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History of India in 15 minutes

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A must watch for every Indian. This video tells the story of India, from the first human migrations to the first Lunar landing. It showcases the eras of Indian history … .

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33 thoughts on “History of India in 15 minutes

  1. Buddha was from today's Nepal. "Hinduism" was invented in 1830 by the British. The name "India" was coined by the Greeks in reference to today's Sindh and Punjab in eastern Pakistan. Too much fabrication in the age of neo-liberalism.

  2. 5;02 the whole temple is carved out of a mountain , records say it took 19 years , even with modern tech that's not possible . ancient alines jumped in and told : 'aliens came to india !" . it's hilarious to watch them credit everything to aliens just cause they cant do it.

  3. Lol the first war with Pakistan was stopped by the interfarance of US and UN and the 2nd one they did one. The third one they lost as they attack when when least expected and they still lost because the Pakistani army did intercept them successfully and then they started the dispute in Kashmir again.

  4. i Indian, am angry? why look at this message what this Pakistani claims that is all Pakistan history, read the message below…
    Yasir Malik

    17 hours ago (edited)

    @Napakistan Media Hey you troll! Two can play at that game. What Hindu civilization are you talking about? If you actually had read history instead of your Kama Sutra, you'd know that all of the Mughal Empire, Dehli Sultanate etc belong to the Muslims to South Asia. Both Muslims of North India and Pakistan have a claim on that. Urdu replaced Persian as the official Language of the Mughal Courts, hence Hindi was never an actual language and came after Urdu. And just so you know 10% of Pakistanis come from North India, plus Punjab, particularly Lahore, was the epicenter for Urdu culture.

    Even the name "Hindu/Hind" was used by the Arab Muslims to label you, your identity is based on a name used by Muslim Arab, no Hindu holy books use the word Hindu, your're called Vedic! You don't even know your own history.

    Every single major monument in India was built by Muslim rulers and is a great source of earning revenue from tourists, no Hindu monument is as famous as their Muslim counterparts. The Gardens, Forts, palaces are all built in Muslim architecture, your native architecture is one of the most hideous on the planet, no wonder no one likes it.

    And claiming that we stole your Clothes and food? Good joke, the Kurta shalwar was introduced by the Muslims, that's not even yours.

    All the non-veg food was introduced by Muslims.

    And if you claim we stole things from you, think again! By that way, almost all the Indus Valley Civilization (Birthplace of Hinduism) falls into the geographic territories of Pakistan, hence meaning you follow a religion that was actually started in Pakistan and is Pakistani.

    I understand your inferiority complex and why you are so obsessed with Pakistan, with more than 1000 years of Muslim rule and 200 years of British, you Hindus only got to rule the Indian land for merely 70 years, so you people don't really have expertise in ruling a Country, you've always been slaves, first for Muslims and then the British, even now you people beg to go to the Muslim Gulf states for earning money. You thankless (Hate promoting not all) Hindus owe us Muslims a lot.

    You think about it and try not to cry. Now go to work, who's gonna clean up all the Indian shit on the rail tracks.

  5. they 'beat' the sikhs only after 50 years of waiting until their king maharaja ranjit singh died then corrupted the army by bribing jammu dogras and forcing them to retreat during battle

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