Padmavati not honoured like Joan of Arc – Anil Athale

Bharata Bharati

Joan of Arc
Anil AthaleThe doubt about the existence of Rani Padmavati as a historical figure is typical of the lazy historians of India. Most Indian historians are like a man searching for a lost needle on a dark night only under the lamp, who, when asked why he ignored other areas, answered that this was the only place where there was light! – Col Anil Athale

At its core, the current controversy over the film Padmavati is a struggle between left-liberals and nationalists. Falsely depicted as an issue of freedom of expression, it is anger at the attempt to distort Indian history by legitimising a particular version created by a cabal of left-liberal historians. Joan of Arc (January 6, ca. 1412 – May 30, 1431), is considered a heroine of France for her role during the Hundred Years War between the English and the French. She fought bravely for her country but was captured…

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