History of telangana ( from Vedic age to Gupta) - Telangana PCS Exam Notes

edited February 12 in TSPSC Exam-Telangana

imageHistory of telangana ( from Vedic age to Gupta) - Telangana PCS Exam Notes

History of telangana ( from Vedic age to Gupta) Telangana, as a geographical and political entity was born on June 2, 2014 as the 29th and the youngest state in Union of India. However, as an economic, social, cultural and historical entity it has a glorious history of at least two thousand five hundred years ... Read more

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  • JaiJai
    edited February 12


  • What kind of morons write this history?

    Where's Malik Kafur's destruction of Kakatiya King & Kakatiya Fort?

    Where's Tughlaq's second atatck & destruction of Kakatiya kingdom?

    Where's Hyderbad Nizam's complaint to United Nations denouncing recognition of Indian Union & declaring jihad by his cronies of MIM under Khasim Rizvi? Telugu ppl had to wage armed struggle to liberate Hyderabad and help Indian Army merging Hyderabad into Indian Union? Although Nizam made peace with Nehru, Patel his Prime Minister Laeq Ali had to flee to Pakistan as he colluded with Pakistan to smuggle weapons from Karachi to wage jihad in Hyderabad State.

    These illiterates write falsified history denouncing Andhra, Telangana are separate entities. They were not during Khiljis, Tughlaqs, Mughals, Quli Qutub Shahs and till the last Hyderabad Nizam. Telangana is a Persian word for the land of Telugu people (Telugu are also known as Andhras in Sanskrit; those who dont agree must read history books of Suravaram Pratapa Reddy, Ravi Narayana Reddy, Ramananda Teertha from Telangana et al apart from researching the archives of the Nizam era).

    Vijayawada (Mustafa Nagar), Guntur (Murtaza Nagar), Rajamahendri, Vizagapatam (sarkars i.e. districts) were all part of Telangana till Nizam surrendered them to East India Compnay under the Treaty of Masulipatam 1768 as EIC wanted to defeat French East India Company's plans to takeover peninsular India. Hyd Nizam grudgingly accepted the surrender coastal Telangana sarkars (now known as Andhra Pradesh) to EIC and that's how the coastal Telangana districts went to Englishmen.

    To say Andhra Telangana are two separate entities is patently false. All the Telugu spaking areas were known as Telangana/Tilangana/Jilangana/Tilang by invaders from Khiljis till Hyderbad Nizam.

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