Museum exhibitions

Tippu Sultan

Many historians point to the correspondence between Sringeri Shankaracharya Paramahamsa Parivrajakacharya and Tipu Sultan during 1791-92 and 1798, and argue that Tipu was upholder of secularism and respected Hindu religious heads and places of worship.

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Kashmiri pundits

Terror Unleashed, An Exhibition on Kashmir
An exhibition mounted by FACT – India



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Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, A Hero for Modern India

AN AWARD & EXHIBITION MOUNTED BY FACT – INDIA “Is there a greater hero, a greater saint, a greater bhakta and a greater king than Shivaji? Shivaji was the very embodiment of a born ruler

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Aurangzeb, as he was according to Mughal Records

This exhibition mounted by FACT – India contains, and is based on Firmans, original edicts in Persian issued by Aurangzeb, preserved at the Bikaner Museum, Rajasthan, India Aurangzeb Aurangzeb, Emperor Shah Jahan’s sixth son, was

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Vedas

There is no ascertainable histor of the ancient beginnings of Yoga. We are aware of traditions of Esoteric practices in ancient Egypt, Chaldea, Greece, Persia, India and of other similar traditions.

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Hindu Genocide Over The Years

An Exhibition mounted by FACT – India

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Naxalism, a threat to the Unified Nation of India

Conference on South Asian Conflicts Oslo, Norway, 11th April, 2008: Bringing together top leaders, senior diplomats and experts from diverse backgrounds, a historic Conference on Peace and Reconciliation in South Asia concluded in the “peace

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The Islamisation of Bangladesh and Bengal

An exhibition mounted by FACT – India



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