Gerostamacamimo del baristaminimo or Gero as I call the hero of this tale (just to make my life easier!) was a fantastic hero in the Dark Ages of The Twanger wars. 467 more words
Very rarely, you will find a historic occurence documented by multiple contemporaries in positions of note with their divergent point of views giving us multiple prisms to have a look at the same occurence, thereby ensuring helping us sift out fact from fiction and to eliminate the bias of the author. 517 more words
If Jadunath Sarkar is one of the best we have got and if this book is his magnum opus, I am not happy. Read the… 644 more words
What sort of garbage is this? This looks more like a floral piece of fiction than an account in a book of history by an erudite scholar. 3,798 more words
Below is what Tarikh-i-Sultan Mahmud-i-Ghaznavi(I don’t know it’s antecedents) says over Mahmud of Ghazni.
1. The father of the King was the Amir Sabaktagin, and his mother was the daughter of a noble of Zabalistan, for this reason he is (sometimes) called ‘Zabali,” 354 more words