How is it that India was ruled by Muslims and the British, but never lost their religion and culture? - letsdiskuss
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How is it that India was ruled by Muslims and the British, but never lost their religion and culture?


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India has lost its territory.
In any case, I'll stick to address.
Truly India has withstood 700 years of Islam rule and 200 years of British standard simply because of its Dharma and Righteousness.
Bhakti Movement
In British period numerous Hindus were changed over to Christian in Bengal, Assam and different spots. Same kind of development was begun which is called Indian Renessaince. In Bengal Shri Ramakrishnadeva and his supporter Swami Vivekananda (called The Father of Indian Nationalism) assumed an innovative job which kept Hindus from getting Christian all over India.
Consistently India has seen a few reformers who change the contemplations of the majority. At the point when Buddhism was in full power in India, Adi Shankara was destined to restore Hinduism. During the Mughal Period, Tulsidas, Surdas and others profoundly forced the confidence of Hindus in God. Master Vidyaranya showed estimations of Hinduism to extraordinary champions and assembled Vijayanagara domain.
During the British organization of India, Raja Ram Mohan Roy and Ishwar Chandra VidyaSagar profoundly impacted the strict suppositions of the Hindus.
Hindu heroes
Vijayanagara Empire overwhelmed and shielded South India for 3 centuries.
Chatrapati Shivaji from Marathas spared Hindu religion from Mughal.
Prithvi Raj Chauhan and Rana Pratap and numerous Rajput champions battled a Great War. At the point when brought about extreme displeasure of their locale with against Islam.
Sanatan Dharma isn't just about act of religion or love of God. It's method of living.
Customs and conventions
Writing : It's a significant point. Hinduism have different old writings including Vedas, Mahabharatha, Ramayana and various different writings known as 'Puranas'. It incorporates stories, sonnets and lessons from antiquated individuals. Which educated fearlessness.



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