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26 minutes ago, puzzled said:

But they changed the cities name back to what it was originally called before the Mughals decided to rename it as allahabad. good for them to change it back, its about time! mughals disappeared a long time back and so should everything they left behind.  no? ....

Mughals were the racist ones for changing the original indian names of the cities into ugly arabic names. They marked one of the darkest periods of history in south asia, everything to do with them should be changed/removed 

 

even thou I don't like this Yogi dude , i agree with the name change to its original city name. 

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History, good or bad, should be preserved. It should remain as Allahbad.

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7 hours ago, puzzled said:

But they changed the cities name back to what it was originally called before the Mughals decided to rename it as allahabad. good for them to change it back, its about time! mughals disappeared a long time back and so should everything they left behind.  no? ....

Mughals were the racist ones for changing the original indian names of the cities into ugly arabic names. They marked one of the darkest periods of history in south asia, everything to do with them should be changed/removed 

 

think we should change Panjab to what it was before i.e. Madra Desh or Sapta Sindhu?

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Truth is they are Not changing back to original name it was Prayag now they want to call it Prayagaraj

No Government has an automatic right to change a city's name , especially if they had no hand in preserving its history or served it in some way . For instance the same Barstewards are claiming that the Darshani Deori at Harmandir Sahib were in fact looted from Som nath Temple  , that the sarswati needs to be fed our rivers' waters in order for India's kismet to awaken, That Guru Teg Bahadur did not gave kurbani to Save hindus, tomorrow dont be surprised when  they  rename Chandni chowk , loot our gurdwarey for gold , Punjab's water are fully diverted away from Punjab

the last statement was telling, it was not just city names, but ALL place names including streets  and not because they were previously changed.

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