Let nothing happen in the country in the name of Mughals: Mahanta Narendra Giri

Let nothing happen in the country in the name of Mughals: Mahanta Narendra Giri

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked to change the name of the Mughal Museum in Agra, which is supported by the Akhil Bharatiya Akhra Parishad.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked to change the name of the Mughal Museum in Agra, which is supported by the Akhil Bharatiya Akhra Parishad. Council President Mahanta Narendra Giri said Yogi Adityanath was doing commendable work for the protection of the nation and religion. The Mughal rulers tried to tarnish India’s image by looting it. Atatai was the ruler of all Mughals. Chhatrapati Shivaji and other great men of the country have and will remain our role models. It would be in the national interest to name the city and the memorial after these great people.

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Any building, whether the city is built and settled in the name of Muslim rulers, should be named after the great men, rulers and saints of Hindu society. It would be better to name the museum after Chhatrapati Shivaji. The Akhra Council and the entire Sant Samaj and people of traditional religions will openly support it.

Mahanta Narendra Giri said that India was also called the Golden Bird, but it was looted and destroyed by the Mughal rulers. It tried to destroy culture and civilization here. The state government has taken a commendable decision to rename the Mughal Museum in Agra. The city and the memorial should be named after the Mughals, after the Sanatan traditions and the sacrifices of the country.

It is a matter of pride to name Allahabad Prayagraj

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Mahanta Narendra Giri, president of the Akhil Bharati Akhra Parishad, said that the chief minister had increased the arrogance of the Sanatan religion by renaming the name Allahabad as Prayagraj, the Mughal rulers changing the name of Prayagraj to their name, demanding change that had been going on for centuries. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has done it.

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