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Sunday, April 02, 2006

Hindu Kush means Hindu Slaughter

The way ****** conquerors did mass killings or forcible conversions in the Hindu-Kush valley is really a painfull story.

All Standard reference books agree that the name 'Hindu Kush' of the mountain range in Eastern Afganistan means 'Hindu Slaughter' or 'Hindu Killer'. History also reveals that until 1000 A.D. the area of Hindu Kush was a full part of Hindu cradle. More likely, the mountain range was deliberately named as 'Hindu Slaughter' by the Moslem conquerors, as a lesson to the future generations of Indians. However Indians in general, and Hindus in particular are completely oblivious to this tragic genocide. This article also looks into the reasons behind this ignorance.

21 References - (Mainly Encyclopedia Britannica & other reference books, National Geographic Magazines and standard history books).

Shrinandan Vyas writes in hindu.org about the meaning and history of "Hindu Kush mountains in the easteran Afganistan & western Pakistan( which was part of India before).

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