5 Aug “The Taj Mahal has identical entrance arches on all four sides. Not true at all. . P.N Oak – The Taj Mahal is a Temple Palace Is the Taj Mahal being Tejo Mahalaya story true, especially according to Chinmayee Raj? . to rebuilt in her memory had similar name, or maybe this is the biggest plot hole in Prof. oak’s theory. Taj Mahal: The True Story [P. N. Oak] on taken from the Taj Mahal by Prof Marvin Mills of the Pratt Institute Archaeological History Department. 21 Jun “A book by Prof P N Oak “Taj Mahal the true story” apparently reveals the Taj Mahal to have been a Hindu Temple/palace – built by a Hindu.
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Pgofchief of the Indian National Army. Now share the story Too bad. There is atleast one book written on hte single topic under the sun. Marvin Miller of New York took a few samples from the riverside doorway of the Taj.
The Quest for the Origins of Vedic Culture: They petitioned the court to declare the Mughal-era tomb as a temple. The Indian government has maintained that out of respect for the dead, unnecessary openings of cenotaphs and sealed rooms cannot be allowed.
However, experts warned this alone will not be enough to quash the suit, which has inflamed tensions in India at a time when growing religious intolerance is already a daily talking point. Aug 14, Proof justify genuineness of your review kindly attach purchase proof Browse.
P. N. Oak – Wikipedia
Oak also says the love story of Mumtaz and Shah Jahan is a fairy tale created rrue court sycophants, blundering historians and sloppy archaeologists.
However, to claim that the Taj Mahal itself was a temple and was modified by Shahjahan to inter his wife Mumtaz in it, is doubt worthy, as there is no historical evidence that points in this direction. Mar 06, Apr 03, Oakwas an Indian writer, journalist and Indian National Army freedom fighter,   notable for his Hindu-centric historical revisionism.
Sep 03, However, historians have raised their doubts on P N Oak’s theory which claims that the Taj Tau has a large number of architectural points of Hindu origin. Unfortunately there are many authors pfof the latter and P. Sep 11, An interesting perspective to read. Yes, I’m satisfied with the evidence given by Shri P.
AFP “I am not saying this in air but there are documents to prove this,” he said. Some were hidden by the outside ozk and some by the politicians.
Following the dismissal of a petition demanding that the Taj Mahal be declared ‘Tejo Mahalay’, based on the half-baked theories postulated by P N Oak in his book published almost four decades back, another case has now been filed in the Agra district court by a group of lawyers, who tre that the Taj Mahal is actually ‘Agreshwar Mahadev’ temple and have petitioned the court to declare the Mughal-era tomb as a temple.
Archived from the original on 22 March The ex-Maharaja of Jaipur still retains in his secret collection two orders from Shah Jahan for surrendering the Taj building. Edwin Bryant in his work on Indo-Aryan theory says “The various scholars whose work I have examined here are a disparate group.
Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments. Oak petitioned the Indian parliament demanding that the Taj be declared a Hindu monument and that cenotaphs and sealed apartments be opened to determine whether lingams or other remains were hidden in them.
Shocking Truth of Taj Mahal exposed by Late Pujya P. N. Oak
Today, the same claims have been taken up by some members of the ruling BJP, the Hindu nationalist party led by prime minister Narenda Modi. Oak is the first person who tried to find out the rrue behind the story of taj, now it is the duty of world label discovery and puratatva dep. Do You Like This Story?
Oak’s denial of Islamic architecture in India has been described as one of the “more extreme manifestations of anti-Muslim sentiment” in Maharashtrian popular culture.
Most of them may become invalid from a day to a few months later. Giles Tillotson calls Oak’s claims as a “desperate bid to assign a new meaning to the Taj” and “pseudo-scholarship”.