God know why and who has started RemoveMughalsFromBooks trend on twitter. But it is surely have broken the internet today. It would be ridiculous to #RemoveMughalsFromBooks because they have been part of our history and heritage. Surely, people would never come to know about the cruelty they did on India and moreover, the people who fought with them to save Hindus will also be forgotten if we allow to remove mughals from books.
Any which ways, here is how twitteratti reacted to the whole issue. But first let’s take a look at how our so called “highly educated” (12th pass) HRD minister Smriti IRani tried to remove mughals from books.
— Rofl Gandhi (@RoflGandhi_) March 2, 2016
Now, how twitter reacted to the whole trend of #RemoveMughalsFromBooks.
Scene in school After #RemoveMughalsFromBooks ..
Who build Tajmahal? – Teacher
Shenshah Narendra Damodar das Modi – Students
— arnab (@justicearnab) March 2, 2016
Because you don’t like what they did?
That’s how history works!
You know: like Gandhiji’s murder.
— Sorabh Pant (@hankypanty) March 2, 2016
I don’t think Shahjahan would have built the Taj Mahal had he known this would trend one day. #RemoveMughalsFromBooks
— Abhishek Upmanyu (@AbhiUpmanyu) March 2, 2016
A nation that doesn’t know its history is condemned to repeat it #RemoveMughalsFromBooks ? You have got to be kidding!
— Seema Goswami (@seemagoswami) March 2, 2016
#RemoveMughalsFromBooks and add DLF, Parsvnath, Lodha group and Amrapali group in history because they have constructed more than Mughals
— Rahul Raj (@bhak_sala) March 2, 2016
Sanghis want to #RemoveMughalsFromBooks but not British. After all, they were slaves of British. 😐👊👊
— जयश्री (@AAPkSaath) March 2, 2016
— उमर अब्दुल्लाह (@abdullah_0mar) March 2, 2016
That’s what happens when u have a person with dubious records as the PM and as HRD minister. #RemoveMughalsFromBooks
— Tehseen Poonawalla (@tehseenp) March 2, 2016
If Sanghis want to #RemoveMughalsFromBooks we must also remove Ahmedabad & Surat from Gujarat, as both were established/developed by Mughals
— Suryanarayan Ganesh (@gsurya) March 2, 2016