By that yardstick, Kashmir was pagan and even non-Hindu and non-Buddhist at one point in time, and in fact the Aryans came in and settled and so did the Persians, and some Romans too at one point. You should expand your fight to include Muslims, Germany, and Iran. Sounds ridiculous? Do does your comment. Please, let’s stick to now. Try avoiding Hindutva Nazi ideology.
Dear Mr Vaish,
Thank you for this insightful and detailed response. I enjoyed reading it. I agree with almost all of your characterizations, but have three short responses.
One, Kashmir’s accession was signed by the ruler and ratified by Governor-General Mountbatten but is disputed by a large segment…
Good point. Can you share some links here that would benefit the author and other researchers interested in understanding how South India and Tamil Nadu differ than the Hindi Belt in terms of language and culture?