India is several millennia old country, which is built upon rich cultural boundaries rather than nature’s boundaries. Its border is set upon an area where Vedas are resonated, and Gods are worshiped. People, living across the western border of India, used to worship demons and study ahurmjda. In the legendary era, wherever the tales of Ramayana and Mahabharata reached, there the regimes of Indian princes were eternalized. After that, those countries adopted the Indian culture.
During the time of Alexander the Great’s invasion on India, in 326 B.C (2337 years
Indian government irked by Liaquat Ali khan’s attitude
Liaquat Ali Khan was unhappy with the post of Finance Minister. He wanted the Ministry of Home Affairs. Chaudhary Muhammad Ali explained Liaquat Ali Khan about the importance of this post. He also accounted him that he could make such a budget which would force the millionaires Congress’s supporters to give up their support. Chaudhary Muhammad Ali was an Indian Audit and Account Service Officer. He had studied economics and law from London. On the suggestion of
To demarcate the boundaries between India and Pakistan upon the partition of India, the Radcliffe Committee was appointed on 27 June 1947. It was named after a noted lawyer of England, Sir Cyril Radcliffe, who was the chairman of this Committee. Radcliffe made his maiden visited Delhi on 8 July 1947. A board of four judges was deputed in each province to assist him. Of all these judges, half were appointed by the Congress and half by the Muslim League. Writing a letter to Mountbatten, Governor of Punjab demanded that the report of Radcliffe Committee must be generated prior to independence in or
On 16 July 1947, V.P Menon sent a letter to Indian Deputy Secretary Sir Patrick in England stating that the Viceroy had talked to the representatives of Mysore, Baroda, Gwalior, Bikaner, Jaipur, and Jodhpur about the matter of unification in India. All of them had positive reactions. On 2 August 1947, Menon informed Patrick that almost all the rulers had made up their minds to concatenate their states in the Indian Union.
Only Hyderabad, Bhopal, and Indore were in a dilemma. The Viceroy had convinced the rulers, and the rulers of following states had shown t
Situated in the Kathiawar area of Gujarat, Junagadh state was founded by Mughal soldier, Sher Khan Babi in 1735. It had an area of 3337 sq.m. Its population numbered 670719, of them 80-90% being Hindus but the rulers were Muslim. The last ruling of the state was Sir Muhammad Mahabat Khanji III Rasul Khanji, who became the ruler at the age of 11. He studied at the Mayo College in Ajmer. He was known for his love of dogs and hunt of lions. He owned over hundreds of dogs. Once, he had spent a large amount of money on the marriage of his dog and proclaimed the day as a state holiday.