Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that despite Indias rich history of triumph and sacrifice, colonial-era history is taught in educational institutions . He said that after independence, it was vital to fight the agenda of those who control us .
, New Delhi, India, November 25: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that despite India's rich history of triumph and sacrifice, colonial-era history is taught in educational institutions.The Prime Minister said that maa Bharati bravehearts faced the oppressors and sacrificed their lives in every corner of the country.This history was intentionally concealed.Is Lachit Barphukan's valour not important?He said that after independence, it was vital to fight the agenda of those who control us.But that was not enough.Unfortunately, even after independence, we were introduced to the same narrative that was forged under a conspiracy during the colonial period.Following independence, it was necessary to shift the agenda of those who colonized us, but it was never achieved, said Prime Minister Modi.For centuries, it was claimed that India's history is not only about colonialism but also about warriors.India's history isn't limited to colonialism, but it is also a tale of warriors. Assams history is a matter of great pride, he said.We believe in bringing together India's diverse viewpoints, beliefs, and traditions.India has always respected its rich and cultural past; we have always respected our spiritual and cultural foundations.That's what makes us a marvellous civilization. The history of warriors is a mosaic of passion, success, dedication, and bravery.Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said today that each and every youth of India is a hero when it comes to safeguarding their cultural heritage from outside forces, and that he had urged historians to highlight the achievements of leaders such as Lachit Barphukan, Chhatrapati Shivaji, Guru Gobind Singh, and Durgadas Rathore among others to highlight history in a new light.India is made up of Lachit Barphukan, Chhatrapati Shivaji, Guru Gobind Singh, and Durgadas Rathore.We should make an attempt to see it in a new light. But who can stop us from rewriting and presenting our glorious history?Shah said that as a nation, we must have the courage, rewrite and present it to the world, while still holding the status quo.Lachit Borphukan was born in Charaideo on November 24, 1622, and was remembered for his uncanny military intelligence in defeating the Mughals, stopping Aurangzeb's growing ambitions in the Battle of Saraighat.