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Some examples of history which disturb Sangh

These are only 16 pages in three history books for classes V1, V11, and class X1. But they are antithesis of their whole preachings. All the CBSE schools have been directed to delete these passages with immediate effects and ensure that they not be taught or even discussed in the respective classes. 

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Religion influenced the formation of social classes in India in a peculiar way. In other ancient societies the duties and functions of social classes were fixed by law which was largely enforced by the state. but in India vernal laws enjoyed the sanction of both the state and religion. The functions of priests and warriors, peasants and labourers were defined in law and were supposed to have been laid down by divine agencies.....what was done by slaves and other producing sections in Greece and Rome under the threat of whip was done by the vaishyas and shudras out of conviction formed through Brahminical indoctrination and the Varna system (Ancient India Class XI) 

For special guests beef was served as a mark of honour (class VI, Romila Thapar)

Jats founded their state at Bharatpur from where they conducted plundering raids in the regions around. (class VIII, Arjun Dev and Indira Arjun Dev)

In 1675 Guru Tegh Bahadur was arrested and executed. The official explanation for this ...is that after his return from Assam, the Guru in association with one Hafiz Adam, resorted to plundering and raping laying waste the whole province of Punjab (Class XI, Satish Chandra)

Archeological evidence should be considered far more important than long family trees given in Puranas. The Puranic tradition could be used to date Rama of Ayodhya around 2000 BC but extensive excavations in Ayodhya do not show any settlement around that date.

Cattle wealth slowly decimated because cows and bullocks were killed in numerous Vedic sacrifices.

The Brahminical reaction began as a result of the policy of Ashoka. He ... derided superfluous rituals performed by women. This naturally affected the income of Brahmans (Class XI RS Sharma) 
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