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There was Ram book by chandrakant marwadi

CHAPTER:12 :CAPISA / KAPISA / KASYAP PURA / KAFIRISTAN…! LAST CRY OF KAFIRS … ONLY CLUE BETWEEN LAV NANDAN AND LONDON? RAMDASI SIKHS EVER REMAIN SHOULDER TO SHOULDER WITH LAV NANDAN

“The Katirs in the Bashgul valley informed me that they came from the west, and were once part of a numcroiis tribe which divided into two parties.One division, consisting of all the wealthy and other notable persons, went to London, … Continue reading







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CHAPTER:11 – CAPISA : KASYAP PURA : BURRIED HISTORY OF FOUR HUNDRED YEARS

“Arab marched through the central Iranian deserts. After long siege they took Nishapur ,( west of modern massshad) the main city of Khurasan After that Arab marched towards Sasanian in the northeast, the city of Marw. (Persian last ruler)Yazdajird third … Continue reading






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CHAPTER -10 : CAPISA: THE GATE WAY OF INDIA :

“Where is the Shahi dynasty with its ministers, its kings & its great grandeur…The very name of the splendour of the Shahi kings has vanished. What is not seen in a dream, what even our imagination cannot conceive, that dynasty … Continue reading






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Chapter -9 : First blood (The Missing Chapter) – Balond Badri / Chalta badri / Bolgios – Brennus / Anadhra VIshnu

“Despite serious loses , they resisted strongly until Brennus fell wounded.They retreated stubbornly , killing their wounded rather than leaving them to the mercy of the Greeks. The earth is said to have trembled again that night.Celtic losses amounted to … Continue reading







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Chapter : 8 – Tri hari Garh/ Teamhrach (Tara Hill ) / Tramira samghata/ Tuatha de Dannan:Roots in Sarswati civilization : ThadAdagai (Minakshi Devi) / Tamizharga….Damela….Tuticorin/ Teutonic …Thothukudi / Tautha de Danan

“The name Saraswati came from “saras” (meaning “flow”) and “wati” (meaning “she who has …”), i.e. “she who has flow” or can mean sara meaning “essence” and swa meaning “self”. So, Saraswati is symbol of knowledge; its flow (or growth) … Continue reading






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