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Contribution of Sindh in Freedom Movement by Prem Tanwani Translated by Deepak Ramchandani

Contribution of Sindh in Freedom Movement
By Prem Tanwani. Translated by Deepak Ramchandani

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This is the history book of contribution of freedom movement of Sindh and people of Sindh. This is the translation by Deepak Ramchandani of the original book, "Swatantra Sangram aur Sindh ka Yogdan" written by Prem Tanwani.

This is the history, the greater part of which is never taught to the students.

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EVEN MORE than the Vedas and the Epics, Sindh figures very prominently in, of all places, the annals of Sikander that is Alexander.

British historians used to talk of Alexander as ``the world conqueror'' who ``came and saw and conquered'' every land he had visited. He is still advertised in Indian text-books as the victor in his war with India's Porus (Puru). However, the facts as recorded by Alexander's own Greek historians tell a very different tale. And Marshal Zhukov, the famous Ru...
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