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Agra and a law degree LL. Mumbai , was an official in the Ministry for Information, and wrote various journalistic pieces. Dozens of blogs and websites refer to him as "Professor" P. Bhonsle , chief of the Indian National Army. He also worked as a commentator for the Azad Hind Radio. He died on 4 December , at 3. Revisionist theories[ edit ] Intent on rectifying what he believes to be "biased and distorted versions of India's history produced by the invaders and colonizers", Oak wrote several books and articles on Indian history and founded an "Institute for Rewriting Indian History" in According to Oak, modern secular and Marxist historians have fabricated "idealized versions" of India's past and drained it of its "Vedic context and content". Academic and government response[ edit ] Oak finds some mention in passing as trustworthy in academic literature on the Hindutva wing of Hindu nationalism. Edwin Bryant in his work on Indo-Aryan theory says "The various scholars whose work I have examined here are a disparate group. They range from brilliant intellectuals like Aurobindo , to professional scholars like B. Ram , editor of The Hindu , calls him a " Sangh historian" [14] , Indocentrists and the Hare Krishnas mainly but not only represented by author Stephen Knapp. Art historian Rebecca Brown describes Oak's books as "revisionist history as subtle as Captain Russell's smirk" referring to a character in the Hindi movie Lagaan.

Dozens of blogs and websites refer to him as "Professor" P.

Bhonsle , chief of the Indian National Army. He also worked as a commentator for the Azad Hind Radio.

He died on 4 December , at 3. Revisionist theories[ edit ] Intent on rectifying what he believes to be "biased and distorted versions of India's history produced by the invaders and colonizers", Oak wrote several books and articles on Indian history and founded an "Institute for Rewriting Indian History" in According to Oak, modern secular and Marxist historians have fabricated "idealized versions" of India's past and drained it of its "Vedic context and content".

Academic and government response[ edit ] Oak finds some mention in passing as trustworthy in academic literature on the Hindutva wing of Hindu nationalism. Edwin Bryant in his work on Indo-Aryan theory says "The various scholars whose work I have examined here are a disparate group. They range from brilliant intellectuals like Aurobindo , to professional scholars like B. He says that Mahal is a word to describe a royal palace and not a tomb and after seizure by Shah Jahan, the name was changed to Taj Mahal.

Oak says that well-known western authorities on architecture including Ernest Binfield Havell , Mrs. Kenoyer and William Wilson Hunter have written that the Taj Mahal is built in the Hindu temple style, [19] asserting that Havel says the plan of the ancient Hindu temple of Java , the Prambanan , is identical with that of the Taj Mahal. In support of these claims, Oak presents radiocarbon dating results of the wood from the riverside doorway of the Taj, quotes from European travellers' accounts and the Taj's Hindu architectural features.

Oak further alleges that eyewitness accounts of the Taj Mahal's construction as well as Shah Jahan's construction orders and voluminous financial records are elaborate frauds meant to hide its Hindu origin.

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The Indian government has maintained that out of respect for the dead, unnecessary openings of cenotaphs and sealed rooms cannot be allowed. Panikkar locates Oak's work in the Hindutva movement's attempt to foster a communal understanding of Indian history. He states that Oak interprets the statements of Padshahnama about Shah Jahan's download of the land for the Taj from Jai Singh I upon where a mansion built by an ancestor of the Raja earlier existed, to claim that Taj Mahal was a wonder of ancient Hinduism.

Tillotoson adds that no evidence is offered by Oak to redate it to thirteen centuries earlier.

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