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Yagya Mehru

As an aspiring legal professional and accomplished writer for "The Press United," I bring a unique blend of expertise in Politics and cultural writing to my analysis along with commentary on current events and trends.

Mysterious death of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, an unsolved political conspiracy?

On 18th August 1945, at Japanese Controlled Matsuyama Military Airport, Taipei City, Taiwan (then Taihoku), a plane crash was reported, which transmitted the news...

Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj: Epitome of tolerance and adherence towards Dharma

Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj, born as Sambhaji Bhosale, was also known as Shambhu Raje. Sambhaji was the second Chhatrapati of the Maratha Empire who ruled...

Prithviraj Chauhan: Tale of forgotten Bravery and Mastery

Prithviraj Chauhan, also known as Rai Pithora, was a ruler of the Chauhan Dynasty or Chahamanas of Shakambhari. The ruler who defeated Ghurid Invader Muhammad Ghori around 17...

Ram Prasad Bismil: The forgotten tale of adherence towards nation

Ram Prasad Bismil, revered for Mainpuri and Kakori Conspiracy against British colonialism, was an Indian Revolutionary and founder of HRA (Hindustan Republican Association) later became HSRA. Bismil also...

Mentions & Status of Transgenders in Sanatana Dharma and Vedic Era

The sacred texts and scriptures of Sanatana Dharma advocate the third gender (Gay, Lesbian, Homosexual, transgender) as Demigods. Ardhanarisvara(half male, half female) is a...

Corona Virus proves supremacy of the Sanatana Dharma

Sanatana Dharma or Hinduism is a way of eternal life that believes in Karma, spiritual practices, enhancing internal and external purities. Sanatani Lifestyle presented...

Prominence of Women in Sanatan Dharma and Vedic era

In Sanatana society, women are recognized as 'Devi' used after Goddess and hold a prominent position in the society. It's an irrefutable truth that...

Manikarnika: Freedom Apotheosis in the Indians

Manikarnika, also revered as "Jhansi Ki Rani" and "Lakshmi Bai", was a Queen of the Jhansi Kingdom and an epitomic revolutionary in the Indian Independence Struggle. She...

Maharana Pratap: Epitome of Courage and fearlessness

Pratap Singh I, popularly known as Maharana Pratap, was a renowned Rajput Warrior and the first freedom fighter of the Nation. Maharana Pratap stands...

Birsa Munda: Shield of the Tribal movement in India

Birsa Munda was a freedom fighter and grassroot tribal leader who fought against British Colonialism. The British imperialism resulted in the assault of lakhs...

Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha: An inspiration to the revolutionaries

Kartar Singh Sarabha is revered for his prominence in the Freedom struggle and participation in Ghadar Movement and Party to eliminate British Colonialism. Among several exalted...

Lachit Borphukan: Tale of the Assamese Hero

History taught us about the deadliest period for Mughals (invaders); we remember several names, but when it talks about the Battle of Saraighat, a synonym...

Forced Religious Conversion and Persecution in India, Part 1 Early Invaders

In India, Forced Religious Conversion and Persecution are not newly incepted at all; this felony is persistently dismantling the Indian civilization for the past...

Tipu Sultan: Atrocities and Unknown facts of Sultan of Mysore

Tipu Sultan was a southern ruler and Sultan of the Kingdom of Mysore who is categorized as the most significant contributor to the Independence...

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