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This ISIS map is a hoax. It wasn't made by ISIS but by some right wing group in the west to scare westerners and called it five year expansion plan of ISIS.

But that's not to say that Islamists in afpak area don't have any planning for India. They believe that in future an Islamic army will re conquer India. They call it Ghazwa e Hind in which Islamic armies will clash with Hindus for control of Hind(Indian sub continent).

The right wing Hindus are equally crazy. They also are planing for Akhand Bharat in which they believe they will re unite all of Indian sub continent under right wing Hindu rule which will even include Afghanistan.

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IMO Akhand Bharat would be nice, then in Ardas Sahib we won't have to include Sri Gurdwaras which have been let go because of borders, everything would be back with Khalsa :D

Not if this hypotehtical Akhand Bharat is controlled by enemies of the Sikhs, which it would be if it arose beneath the aegis of Hindutva.

re unite all of Indian sub continent under right wing Hindu rule which will even include Afghanistan.

What was their logic behind that bit of nonsense? Afghanistan was never part of Hindustan, it's beyond the Hindu Khush.

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What was their logic behind that bit of nonsense? Afghanistan was never part of Hindustan, it's beyond the Hindu Khush.

`Their logic behind this is that Afghanistan once was an extension of Indic civilisation. Before it was conquered by central Asians, it was called Gandhara. The population was a mix of HIndus and Buddhists back then.

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`Their logic behind this is that Afghanistan once was an extension of Indic civilisation. Before it was conquered by central Asians, it was called Gandhara. The population was a mix of HIndus and Buddhists back then.

Was that the same kingdom ruled by Shakuni, uncle of Duryodhana? I'm certain Shakuni was referred to as Gandhar Naresh.

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Yup, that's the same Gandhara.

Got to wonder what happened to the Kshatriya spirit of the Indians of that time, and the later fellas who were invaded on various occasions that saw the rise of the appeasing, cowardly politician-type figures that facilitated the Mughals and the British.

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Got to wonder what happened to the Kshatriya spirit of the Indians of that time, and the later fellas who were invaded on various occasions that saw the rise of the appeasing, cowardly politician-type figures that facilitated the Mughals and the British.

The Hindutva types blame the Buddhists because they introduced ahimsa.

Personally, I think it has been the popularity of Chanakya.

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Got to wonder what happened to the Kshatriya spirit of the Indians of that time, and the later fellas who were invaded on various occasions that saw the rise of the appeasing, cowardly politician-type figures that facilitated the Mughals and the British.

The original Kshatriyas of ancient India are the Khatris. It is said that as they abandoned their warrior Dharam and took on the profession of dukaandhari they lost their warrior spirit.

Another problem with India had been the caste system. Only those who belonged to the warrior/kshatriya caste were allowed to or able to fight. Once the invader would destroy the armies of india the rest of the population quietly submitted since they were not kshatriyas. The Gurus changed this where any Sikh belonging to any caste/ethnic background can take up arms and fight the enemy.

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I'm sure it would rather be controlled by Sikhs if Sri Vaheguru allows this to happen. & Yeah I think it was part of India, known as Ghandara (scented area? gandha=smell). Ghandari was from there, and that was part of Bharat soo.

`Their logic behind this is that Afghanistan once was an extension of Indic civilisation. Before it was conquered by central Asians, it was called Gandhara. The population was a mix of HIndus and Buddhists back then.

I did not know that, interesting.

Of course it does nothing to diminish the stupidity of the claim. These Hindutva windbags are deploying the exact same logic as ISIS. Hindustan was ruled by Muslim dynasties for hundreds and hundreds of years, and during this time it was technically part of Islamic civilization.

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