The present names of at least 1200 two-tier and three-tier cities and towns in India symbolize the cruel tyranny and loot of invaders. The origin is native and renaming was done to subdue the legacy of Hindus and glorify underserving anti-Vedic islam principles. The names of these cities have heinous background and remind all of us demonic invasion of unscrupulous mlecchas (muslims). Let us check out history and why they were named in the manner we know them today. Indian government should start renaming the places and restore the lost glory of Hindu history.
Change Mughal Names to Protect Native Culture of Bharat and Stop Islamization
- 1 Change Mughal Names to Protect Native Culture of Bharat and Stop Islamization
- 1.1 History of Original Names of Ancient Hindu Cities
- 1.2 Ahmedabad Should Be Reverted to Original Karnavati
- 1.3 Renaming of Anti-Vedic Allahabad to Divine Prayag
- 1.4 Changing Name of Aurangabad to Sambhaji Nagar
- 1.5 Change Name of Anti-Indian Ahmednagar to Jainese Anand Nagar
- 1.6 Renaming Present Bhopal to Hindu King Bhojpal
- 1.7 Reverting Demonic Name of Hyderabad to Original Divinity of Bhagya Nagaram
- 1.8 Change Mughalsarai to Deen Dayal Nagar
- 1.9 Change Osmanabad to Original name Dharashiv
- 1.10 Reverting Patna to Great Patliputra
- 1.11 Revert to Indrapuri from Present Nizamabad
- 1.12 Rename Karimnagar to Elagandhal
- 1.13 Revert Adilabad to Original Edlawada
- 1.14 Renaming Mahabubabad to Manukota
- 1.15 Replacing the Evil Name of Mahbubnagar to Palamuru
History of Original Names of Ancient Hindu Cities
The history of a country is defined by the culture of its people. The names of cities signify and reflect the culture of people which follow legacy, building foundation for the future generations to follow. By calling names of cities which represent colonial apathy, slavery and submission, Indians are sub-consciously surrendering to the norms which are not native to the culture of Bharat.
The muslim names of the cities reflect atrocities of islam and is symbolic of loot, terror and jihad. By renaming names of major cities, we will be able to restore some of our lost Sanatan pride for which several Hindu kings laid their lives.
History of Karnavati (Ahmedabad)
The area around Karnavati (Ahmedabad) has been inhabited since the 11th century by noble Hindus, when it was known as Ashaval (or Ashapalli). Karandev I, the Solanki ruler of Anhilwara (modern Patan), won war against the Bhil king of Ashaval, and established a beautiful city naming it Karnavati on the banks of the Sabarmati river. King Solanki rule lasted until the 13th century, when Gujarat came under the control of the Vaghela dynasty of Dholka.
Later on after night raids and inhumane invasions of mlecchas (muslims) Gujarat subsequently came under the control of the Delhi Sultanate in the 14th century. However, by the earlier 15th century, the local governor Zafar Khan Muzaffar established his independence from the Delhi Sultanate and crowned himself Sultan of Gujarat as Muzaffar Shah I, thereby founding the Muzaffarid dynasty. This area finally came under the control of his grandson Sultan Ahmed Shah in 1411 A.D. who while at the banks of Sabarmati liked the forested area for a new capital city and laid the foundation of a new walled city near Karnavati and renamed it Ahmedabad, some historians say he called the city on his name, others suggest he named it after the four saints in the area who had the same name as Ahmed. Going by numerous incidents of naming tombs and places, it seems he named the city on his own name. To showcase himself as astute administrator, Ahmed Shah claimed the formation day of Ahmedabad city as February 26th, Wednesday, 1412. However, the fact was Karnavati (Ahmedabad) was formed 300 years back Ashapalli when it was under Hindu rulers.
Rename Places to Vedic Hindu references to reflect Sanatan Dharma culture, to remove uncivilized gangster cult islam’s Hindu hating legacies.
Renaming of Anti-Vedic Allahabad to Divine Prayag
History of Prayag (Allahabad)
Prayag is the most pious city which is considered as the most divine pilgrimage by Hindus after Vrindavan.
Prayag existed during the Vedic period, and is the location where Brahma (the creator of the universe) personally attended Yagya.
Several excavations have revealed thousands of years old artifacts including northern black polished ware dating to 600 –700 BCE. The Purans also record that Yayati left Prayag and conquered the region of Sapt Sindhu. His five sons (Yadu, Druhyu, Puru, Anu and Turvashu) founded the main tribes of the Rigved. Bhagwan Ram himself spent time at the Prayag Ashram of Rishi Bharadwaj before travelling to nearby Chitrakoot. Billions of Hindus are visiting the place since several hundred years during Kumbh mela.
Muslim invaders when raided places of India, propagated main agenda of cult islam – to spread it among non-muslims. They used every evil ploy right from denigrating Hindu culture, demolishing temples to renaming ancient names of cities with things that were anti-Vedic and had no connection with ancient Bharat. Akbar built a fort on the banks of the Prayag Sangam and renamed the entire settlement Ilahabad (place of anti-god, allah) in 1575. Later it was known as Allahabad. The pious name of Prayag was changed to anti-Vedic islam name. Hindu locals however still prefer to call it with original Prayag.
Update as of 16-10-2018: This is post is updated second time since its creation almost 4 years ago. We would like to share Good news that Maanniya Shri Yogi ji CM of UP changed name of Allahabad to Prayag – rubbing off symbol of evility while replacing it with piousness all over.
Changing Name of Aurangabad to Sambhaji Nagar
History of Sambhaji Nagar (Aurangabad)
The Ellora town was developed and have traces back to 50 BCE – 900 AD. There are several breath taking monuments which were created by Hindus, Jains and Buddhists.
The city now is a tourism hub, surrounded by many historical monuments, including the Ajanta Caves and Ellora Caves, which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Khadki was the original name of the village nearby Ellora structures, which was made a capital city by Malik Ambar, the minister of cruel raider Murtaza Nizam, Shah of Ahmadnagar. Within a decade, Khadki became hub of muslims, which were grown due to massive forceful conversion and killing of innocent Hindus. Jihadi (terrorist) Malik Ambar died in 1626. He was succeeded by his son Fateh Khan, who changed the name of Khadki to Fatehnagar. With the capture of Daulatabad by the imperial troops in 1633, the Nizam Shahi dominions, including Fatehnagar, came under the possession of the barbarian Mughals.
In 1653 when Jihadi prince Aurangzeb was appointed the viceroy of the Deccan for the second time, he made Fatehnagar his capital and renamed it on his own name as Aurangabad. Aurangabad is sometimes referred to as Khujista Bunyad by the Chroniclers of Aurangzeb’s reign to flatter and glorify his evil control.
Change Name of Anti-Indian Ahmednagar to Jainese Anand Nagar
Reason for Naming City as Anand Nagar
Ahmednagar should be renamed as Anand Nagar. It was named after cruel raider Ahmed. British historians also were surprised to see that Hindus were following old muslim names which irrelevantly glorified the invasion of jihadi mughals. It also gave encouragement for english to annex other states of Bharat seeing relaxed approach of Hindus on gradual islamization of Bharat. Hindus are open to support renaming of some cities on other streams of Hinduism – Jainism, Sikhism and Buddhism. Jainese have been demanding to rename Ahmednagar as Anand Nagar on Saint Anand Rishi. Anand also means eternal happiness in Sanskrit.
Anand Rishi born as Nemichand at mere age of 13, decided to spend the rest of his life as a Jain saint. His diksha (consecration) took place on 7 December, 1913 (Margashirsha Shukla Navami) at Miri in Ahmednagar district. He started learning Sanskrit and Prakrit Stotras under the guidance of Hindu Guru Pandit Rajdhari Tripathi. He gave his first pravachan to the public in 1920 at Ahmednagar.
Renaming Present Bhopal to Hindu King Bhojpal
History of Bhojpal (Bhopal)
According to recorded history of Bharat, originally Bhopal was founded by the King Bhoj of the Paramar dynasty (1000 AD – 1055 AD), who ruled from his capital at Dhar. Due to irrigation problem in the area, a Dam (pal) was constructed by the King Bhoj under the able guidance of his ministers. It helped a lot for the prosperity of locals and they started calling the place as Bhojpal. A magnificent Bhagwan Shiv temple complex was constructed by King at Bhojpur, which is currently located 28 km from present Bhopal.
In the early 18th century, Bhopal was a small village in the local Gond kingdom. Prior to this, the city name was changed to Bhopal city by Dost Mohammad Khan (1672–1728), an Afghan soldier in the Mughal army. After the death of the emperor Aurangzeb, Jihadi Khan started using unethical and evil means on several local chieftains in the politically unstable Malwa region. In 1709, he took on the lease of Berasia estate, and later annexed several territories in the region to islamize the Bhopal State.
Reverting Demonic Name of Hyderabad to Original Divinity of Bhagya Nagaram
History of Bhagya Nagaram (Hyderabad)
After demolishing several Hindu temples around, an islamic monument known as Charminar was created in 1591 CE. When muslims started insulting idols of Hindu gods while denigrating Hindu temples, in some areas, locals replaced the idol with Pran Prathisthith stone and started praying it so that muslims get confused and miss insulting the idols. To re-establish unity among Hindus and regain pride of Hinduism, a small temple was constructed beside Charminar in 17th century. Later on replacing stone, an Idol of Maa Mahalaxmi was placed in the temple which later became, the Bhagyalaxmi temple. Reverting to Bhagyalaxmi name would signify prosperity and culture of Hinduism.
Presently Hyderabad (persian means city of Hyder) is named on a foreign invader Hyder, the son of Quli Qutb Shah. Andrew Petersen, a scholar of Islamic architecture, informed that the city was originally called Baghnagar (city of gardens) before the name was changed.
Change Mughalsarai to Deen Dayal Nagar
Dirty History of Mughalsarai
Shyampur (Mughalsarai) once a Hindu dominant city of Chandauli district is located at 9.8 kilometres from Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh. The muslims and mughal cheiftains used to meet at a common place which was intersection of many places, Dayalpur, to assess their loot, practice halal and discuss future plans of raiding territories of Hindu Kings. The meeting place later developed into red light area, kothas (bothrels), maikhana (liquor bar). And it became very famous among muslim travelers and looters. As it got thickly populated by muslim criminals the place was renamed as Mughal Sarai (place of muslims).
Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya was an Indian philosopher, economist, sociologist, historian, journalist, and political scientist. He was an ideologue and a guiding force for a nationalist model of governance and politics different from anglicized nehruvian policies. The place should be aptly named on Deen Dayal to reflect his nationalist principles. (Update: Several movements got result, Yogi ji when became UP CM first thing he did is rename MS to Deen Dayal Nagar)
Change Osmanabad to Original name Dharashiv
Brief History of Traitor Nizam in Changing Name from Dharashiv to Osmanabad
The real name of Osmanabad was Dharashiv. It got its original name due to beautiful temple of Dharasurmardini and Bhagwan Shiv built in the district. The divine significance of Dharashiv goes back to Ramayan, when Bhagwan Ram spent some days of his exile here. Mostly the district was ruled by Hindu clans – Maurya, Satvahan, Rashtrakut, and Yadava dynasties. For some period, it came under control of Bahamani, Nizam, Adilshah and Aurangzeb kingdoms.
Later the invader of Hyderabad, Nizam Osman Ali, renamed the Dharashiv city as Osmanabad after himself in the beginning of the 20th century. He is the same traitor Nizam who mourned the freedom of India in 1947 to oppose the celebration. However after 1948 when Hyderabad became officially part of India it was considered in the perimeter of Mumbai district. It became part of Maharashtra in 1960. Anti-national leaders Asaduddin Owaisi and Akbaruddin Owaisi belong to clan of this Nizam.
We cannot forget our history and culture, for if we do we are submitting to non-Vedic rituals which are never part of our legacy. We cannot have future if we forget our great past. Forgetting our history is like not believing bravery of our Hindu heroes. Therefore reverting Osamanabad to Dharashiv would be revoking treacherous identity of Nizam forever. Let us not give any symbol of islamic invasion which inspires anti-national leaders like Owaisis, Azams and Azmis.
Reverting Patna to Great Patliputra
History of Patliputra (Patna)
Pataliputra is one of the oldest continuously populated city of India. It was originally built by Magadh ruler Ajatasatru in 490 BCE as a small fort Pataligram near river Maa Gange. The city was opulent and splendid since ancient India. The name was changed from the historic Patliputra to Paatna by Mughals when they found bounty of wealth in temples and homes of rich people here. The name was derived from Paati (urdu word for found which is distortion of original Sanskrit word Paat).
Revert to Indrapuri from Present Nizamabad
History of Indrapuri (Nizamabad)
Hindu king Indra III (914–929 CE) was the grandson of Rashtrakuta Krishna II and son of Chedi princess Lakshmi. He became the ruler of the empire due to the early demise of his father Jagattunga. It’s original name was Indur, origin Indrapura, as it was founded during reign of Rashtrakuta ruler, Indra III.
Nizamabad was founded on Indrapuri in the year 1876 AD when Nizam’s Dominion were recognized by british, where up to it was known as Indur. The cruel Nizam of Hyderabad ruled over the Deccan region during 18th century, and changed the name of city to himself.
Rename Karimnagar to Elagandhal
History of Elagandhal (Karimnagar)
Original name was Sabbinadu. Kotilingala as in Karimnagar district was the first capital of the Satavahana Kingdom (230 BCE–220 CE). Formerly known as Sabbinadu, inscriptions dating to the Kakatiya dynasty (1083–1323) by kings Prola II and Prataparudra found at Karimnagar and Srisailam provide evidence of the area’s rich history. The barbarian Mughals not only renamed Hindu cities behind their names but also used it to please their sub-ordinates. The city was renamed after Syed Karimuddin, Qiladar of Elgandal fort. Syed Karimuddin was responsible to look after the loot and women which were forcibly captured in raids of Mughal invaders.
Revert Adilabad to Original Edlawada
History of Naming Edlawada (Adilabad)
During Rashtrakuta regime, it was rich town with opulence, this town was known as Edlawada which means “land of Oxen”. Adilabad derives its name from the lineage of invaders, Adil Shahs of Bijapur. Edlawada name was changed to “Adilabad” by erstwhile Islamic ruler of Bijapur, Mohammed Adil Shah to increase the influence of Islam in the region even though Hindu population was more than 92% at that time. After renaming, a huge exercise was carried out to convert maximum Hindus into anti-Vedic islam cult that followed up with loot, deceit, r@pe and torture of Hindu women.
Renaming Mahabubabad to Manukota
History of Manukota Name Changed to Mahububabad
Manukota comes from Mranukota. In Telugu the meaning of ‘Mranu’ is ‘tree’ and that of ‘Kota’ is ‘fort’. In English it translates as ‘fort made of trees’. In earlier days Manukota used to be lush green place, covered with plenty of trees like a fort. Later it happened to spell as Manukota. Mahabubabad derived its name from one of its past rulers, Mahabub who was one of the officials, of cruel Nizam. Mahabub was felicitated by renaming the city to his name as he successfully carried out demolition of several Hindu temples and forcefully annexing acres of farmlands of several rich Hindu farmers in nearby villages.
Replacing the Evil Name of Mahbubnagar to Palamuru
History of Palamuru (Mahbubnagar or Mahboobnagar)
Mahbubnagar formerly known as Palamoor. Mahbubnagar was formerly known as “Rukmammapet”, “Palamoor”. The name was changed to Mahbubnagar on 4 December 1890, in honour of barbarian Mir Mahbub Ali Khan Asaf Jah VI, the Nizam of Hyderabad (1869–1911 AD). Before Nizam invaded place, the people of this area used to sell milk, so it was named as “Palamoor”. It is said for every single person there were at least 20 Cows. The present govt should change the name to Palamuru to respect the sentiments of local people. It will not only reflect the luxurious past but also restore the forgotten culture which is masked by a muslim name.