Relatives and neighbours mourn the death of Mohammad Mudasir, 31, killed in communal violence in New Delhi on February 27. India’s minority Muslim community increasingly feel disempowered and isolated. Photo: AP Relatives and neighbours mourn the death of Mohammad Mudasir, 31, killed in communal violence in New Delhi on February 27. India’s minority Muslim community increasingly feel disempowered and isolated. Photo: AP
Relatives and neighbours mourn the death of Mohammad Mudasir, 31, killed in communal violence in New Delhi on February 27. India’s minority Muslim community increasingly feel disempowered and isolated. Photo: AP
Charukesi Ramadurai
Opinion

Opinion

Charukesi Ramadurai

How India’s Mughal history is being rewritten by the Modi government

  • From renaming places to editing school history textbooks, India’s Muslim Mughal past is being erased as Modi’s government pushes a Hindutva agenda

Relatives and neighbours mourn the death of Mohammad Mudasir, 31, killed in communal violence in New Delhi on February 27. India’s minority Muslim community increasingly feel disempowered and isolated. Photo: AP Relatives and neighbours mourn the death of Mohammad Mudasir, 31, killed in communal violence in New Delhi on February 27. India’s minority Muslim community increasingly feel disempowered and isolated. Photo: AP
Relatives and neighbours mourn the death of Mohammad Mudasir, 31, killed in communal violence in New Delhi on February 27. India’s minority Muslim community increasingly feel disempowered and isolated. Photo: AP
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