Sanyokta eloping with Prithviraj Chauhan


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Like there are many a questions raised every now and then on Prithviraj Chauhan in the context of my article posted on him in reply to a question raised by Yashica Singh, this one is in reply to query raised by Maria. Maria’s question is to know something more on Sanyokta (or Sanjokta as she has been called by many) and whether it is true that she opted to be the wife of a king who was already having 8 queens. It is actually a guess of some of the historians and may not be entirely true but the fact remains that in those days it was not uncommon, rather it was very common, not only for the kings but equally the commoners in the society to marry several times, a practice flagrantly in vogue then. One aspect that Prithviraj did have many a girls in his harem like other kings used to do which does not denote that all were his wives. Sanyokta fell for him and was unable to resist the temptation of becoming his life partner. There is a mention that her father Jai Chand was dead set against Sanyokta marrying Prithviraj for two reasons -one that her husband should not be a man, even if he happens to be a king, who can’t spare himself as a full timer for her and -two that he considered Prithviraj as his enemy. It was with this aim in mind that Jai Chand organised a Swayambar to see that her choice falls on some other king in the Swayamber and that she goes with him as his wife. Sanyokta was so deeply attracted to Prithviraj that she ignored all plans seeing to it that she goes with the man she loved so much. He  managed to pick her up before she was supposed to reach the Swayamber place, took her along on the horseback. There are versions that he was chased by the soldiers of Jai Chand but he was was strong enough to overpower them and escape. It is not very certain as to which exactly was the place from where he pickedup Sanyokta but the circumstances indicate that this place must have been Kannauj where Jai Chand ruled. Travelling all the way from there, Prithviraj had his first night with Sanyokta at Aamer Fort at Jaipur. The way she conducted herself in remaining with her lovemate through thick and thin continuing at times with him even during some war was going on proves that hers was a real true love for him and not of a kind of so so. She was extraordinarily beautiful, she was brave, she was committed, she was great.

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  1. Famous 12th century historian Ferishta records, “Sultan Muhammed Ghori defeated and killed Hindu Raja Prithviraj Chauhan. After that Ghori rushed to Prithviraj’s fort and captured it. Ghori now entered Prithviraj’s harem penetrating all forty of Prithviraj’s concubines in one night. Prithviraj’s most amorous wife, Rani Samyuktha being raped by Ghori protested that such action was an outrage, but Ghori said the outrage was justified in that all of their offsprings would be Muslims.”

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    1. Panesar: Are you crazy?!Where did you get all these rubbish and lies? Bukhari and other books of Hadees were compiled much much earlier than Ghouri existed and donot deal in these issues. Have some common sense.

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  2. Ghori and his jihadis offered fajar prayers in early morning darkness outside of Tarain. Then they attacked the Rajputs who were amorous in their tents with their lovely wives.
    BLOODSHED AFTER TARAIN PRAYER
    Bukharee, Volume 5, Book 59, Number 510:
    Narrated Anas bin Malik: We reached Tarain early in the morning and the rajputs were busy inside their tents with their women, and when they saw Sultan Ghori they said, “Mohammad Ghori! Ghori and his army!” The Sultan said, “Allahu-Akbar! Rajputs are destroyed.”
    PRITHVIRAJ BEHEADED
    Prithviraj, King of rajputs was severely injured in the battle by Ghori. Qutub-ud-din Aibak dragged the bleeding Pithauro to his master.
    Mohammed: Rai Pithauro, where did you hide your wives?
    King Prithviraj: My wives? They are not here. You can’t touch my Ranis. We are rajputs not ugly muslims…
    Mohammed: Mind your language Prithviraj, you are talking to Mohammed Ghori
    King Prithviraj: Mohammed Ghori my ass. You are a killer and a rapist….
    Mohammed: Aibak, get him away from me and cut off his tongue.
    Aibak: if we cut off his tongue how will we make him talk..
    Mohammed: OK, then I will cut his private parts, torture and make him talk.
    (Ghori kicked hard Pithauro’s private parts, peeled off the skin above and moved it around with a rod to give him maximum pain. Pithauro was already badly injured and bleeding. He passed out without talking.)
    Mohammed: The bastard passed out. Khilji cut off his head.
    Tabari VIII:122; Ishaq:515:
    “The Sultan tortured Pithauro until he root out and extract where his wives were. Ghori kindled a fire on Prithviraj’s private parts, twirling it with his firestick until Pithauro was near death. Then the Sultan gave him to Khilji, who beheaded him.”
    ROUNDING UP OF CAPTURED WOMEN
    The most exciting part of a jihad for jihadis was distribution of captured women. First Ghori picked his 20% cut, mostly very young and pretty ones, then one by one names of jihadis were drawn by a lottery and captured women were distributed among them. All the mujahids started rounding up Rajput women and bringing them to the holding compound…
    Aibak searched for Pithauro’s luxurious tent and finally found it out. Aibak entered Prithviraj’s tent and grabbed his lovely 17 year old wife Samyukta and two more wives of Pithauro. They were brought to Ghori. On the way they saw the dead bodies of their murdered family members and the headless body of their husband Prithviraj. Mohammed was drinking wine near the decapitated body of Prithviraj which was lying in a pool of blood with mutilated private parts.
    Bukhari 7:69:486:
    Samyukta went berserk when she saw Ghori celebrating with buddies near her husband’s decapitated body. She attacked him cursing loudly. Ghori’s drinking utensil slipped from his hand spilling his wine.
    SAMYUKTA GIVEN TO BHAKTIYAR KHILJI
    Mohammed: See what you did Rani, can’t you see I am drinking? Khilji control this Rani and take her away.
    Khilji: What do you want me to do with her Sultan?
    Mohammed: Take her to your tent and enjoy her. She is all yours.
    Khilji: Shukran Sultan Shukran.
    Khilji took the beautiful and shapely teenager to his tent….
    Samyukta fought hard and resisted as she was disrobed to be violated. Soon a crowd gathered to see the commotion in Khilji’s tent. They were awestruck with Samyukta’s figure and beauty. Several jihadis ran to the Sultan and praised Samyukta’s form in front of him.
    Sahih Muslim 8:3329:
    Samyukta (Allah be pleased with her) fell to the lot of Khilji in the spoils of war, and they praised her in the presence of Sultan Ghori (may peace be upon him) and said: We have not seen the like of her among the captives of war. Ghori’s 30-man libido kicked in and instantly aroused him.
    Mohammed: Aibak go right away and retrieve Samyukta from Khilji. Aibak went right away and found Khilji still trying to subdue Samyukta. He ordered him to leave her alone, but Khilji ignored the command… Aibak then kicked Khilji’s bare bottom with such a violent force with his iron toed sandal that Khilji defecated blood and collapsed over Samyukta. Aibak retrieved Samyukta and brought her to the Sultan. Limping and protesting Khilji also followed them.
    Mohammed threw his robe over Samyukta to claim her. But Khilji was not prepared to give in.
    Bukhari 5:59:512:
    Samyukta was amongst the captives, she first came in the share of Khilji but later on she belonged to the Sultan.
    KHILJI OFFERED TEN FOR ONE DEAL
    Khilji: Sultan, that is not fair at all. You had given Samyukta to me.
    Mohammed: “I changed my mind. I will give you ten young Rajput women in her place. You will love them, they are very young and virgins. You can have a great night”.
    (Muslim 8:3329: “He was given ten young Rajput women in leiu of Samyukta by the Sultan”.)
    Khilji: “Sultan I don’t enjoy little girls. You can keep them, just return Samyukta to me.
    Mohammed: “Khilji don’t be a pest. I will sweeten the pot and throw in fifty more beautiful women .You can have great pleasure tonight.”
    Khilji: “I don’t want anything, please kindly return my Samyukta”.
    Mohammed: Okay what if I offered a hundred rajput women in all”.
    Khilji: Ghori, I have enough women from the last jihad. I just need Samyukta” (Now the Sultan got really ticked off.)
    Mohammed: “Khilji, you stubborn mule, just take what I offered before I change my mind and have your private parts removed instead.”
    (Khilji knew Ghori meant what he said. He took a hundred beautiful Hindu women left in a hurry.)
    (Sahih Muslim 8:3328: “Allah’s Sultan (may peace be upon him) got her (Samyukta) in exchange of one hundred women”.)
    GHORI RAPES SAMYUKTA
    Mohammed then hurried to his tent with Samyukta. There were three rajput girls already in Ghori’s tent with whom he had a foursome the previous night. Mohammed called out Aibak, Yultaz and Khilji.
    Mohammed: Aibak take Payal, Khilji you take Tara, Yultaz you like little girls so take this little girl, she is hardly ten…
    (The History of Tabari, Vol. 8, p. 29-30:
    From his share of captive women, Ghori gave his son-in-law, Aibak a rajput girl, Payal to enjoy her at his will. He also presented Khilji, his son-in-law, another hindu girl Tara and bestowed another rajput girl to his father in-
    law Yultaz. Yultaz gave that girl to his son Masud.)
    Samyukta: Mohammed how can you be so cruel, you made those girls widows killing their husbands, then raped them all night and the next day you passed them on to other men.
    Mohammed: Aya 4:20 gives all muslim men that privilege of changing their women at will.
    Samyukta: And that ten year old girl you gave to Yultaz, how could you have intercourse with her…
    Mohammed: Who said I had intercourse with her. . I only thighed her. It is my rule never to have sex with girls below the age of 10.
    When Mohammed made advances towards Samyukta, she resisted.
    How could she submit to a man who had killed her dear fat husband just 2 hours back.
    Mohammed: What is your problem Samyukta.
    Samyukta: Mohammed, I don’t like you because you castrated & killed my beloved husband. I hate those who kill innocent men and rape their women.
    Mohammed: What are you talking about? It was not us, but Allah who killed them by our hands. Here is the aya 8.17: “It is not ye who slew them; it was Allah…” Besides kafir are never innocents, they are fair games for us,Once we kill them we are allowed sex with their wives and daughters according to to ayas 4.3. Your husband is the enemy of Islam. It’s my duty to castrate & kill him. I killed him to destroy idolatory from this land. Pithauro is dead. Now I am your husband. So stop this nonsense and let me have you. Love me beautiful Rani. I don’t have time to waste.If you resist, I will rape you Rani.
    Samyukta realized resistance was futile. She will get raped any ways, either by Ghori or another jihadi. At least Ghori had a regular supply of slave-girls from his 20% cut of booty and many resident wives. She will be hit less for sex less often… With a regular jihadi she will be raped day and night then sold in a slave market to the highest bidder. She gave up the fight and laid motionless while
    the Ghori got his jollies. In the middle of night Ghori noticed a man peeping through a hole in the tent and watching the action. The Sultan grabbed his arrow head and poked the eye of the offender stealthily putting his eye out.
    Bukhari 9:83:38a:
    A man peeped into the dwelling place (tent) of the Sultan. The Sultan got up and aimed a sharp-edged arrow head at him to poke him stealthily. After a few hours of sleep and taajjud prayers, the Sultan approached Samyukta again for more action when he heard some movement near his tent. He figured the Peeping Tom was back for seconds. This time the Sultan was so pissed off he decided to go out and cut off the manhood of the stubborn peeping Tom.
    Ibn Hisham, p. 766
    Samyukta was captured in the second battle of Tarain and was claimed by the Sultan as his share of booty. She was then seventeen. In the early dawn, the Sultan suspected some movement near the tent. It was Aibak (apparently the earlier peeping Tom was some one eles) He asked him what he was doing near his tent (Aibak had got many captured woman in this raid, but still he was getting his jollies by checking out action in Sultan’s tent).He replied: “I was afraid for you with this young lady. You had killed her beloved husband and many of her relatives, and till recently she was an unbeliever. I was really afraid for you on her account and was guarding you” (he didn’t have to keep an eye on them to guard them). The Sultan (either Ghori bought the lie or felt pity for the horny man who had put his life on line in the raid who had many captured royal woman and yet spent the night looking around) prayed for Aibak.
    Mohammed Ghori who was in his 40’s had a gala time with the grieving teenage widow that night. Next day he covered Samyukta in a burqa and proclaimed her as one of his wives.

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    1. Padmini: Are you crazy?! There is a limit to telling lies. Hadees books were compiled much much earlier than these incidents. Why did you write such lies?

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  3. Sultan Mohammed Ghori and his jihadis offered fajar prayers in early morning darkness outside of Tarain. Then they attacked the rajputs who were amorous inside their tents with their young beautiful wives.
    BLOODSHED AFTER TARAIN PRAYER
    Bukharee, Volume 5, Book 59, Number 510:
    Narrated Anas bin Malik: We reached Tarain early in the morning and the hindus were busy inside their tents enjoying with their women, and when they saw Sultan Ghori they said, “Mohammad Ghori! Ghori and his army!”
    The Sultan said, “Allah-Hamara! hindus are destroyed.”
    PRITHVIRAJ BEHEADED
    Prithviraj Chauhan, the King of rajputs was severely injured in the battle by Ghori.
    Aibak dragged the bleeding Prithviraj to his master.
    Mohammed: Rai Pithauro, where did you hide your wife?
    King Prithviraj: My wife? She is not here? We are hindus not ugly muslims like you…
    Mohammed: Mind your language Prithviraj, you are talking to Mohammed of Ghor
    King Prithviraj: Mohammed of Ghor my ass. You are a killer and a rapist….
    Mohammed: Aibak, get him away from me and cut off his tongue.
    Aibak: if we cut off his tongue how will we make him talk..
    Mohammed: OK, then I will cut his private parts, torture him and make him talk.
    (Ghori kicked hard Pithauro’s private parts, peeled off the skin above and moved it around with a hot rod to give him maximum pain. Pithauro was already badly injured and bleeding. He passed out without talking.)
    Mohammed: The bastard passed out. Khilji cut off his head.
    Tabari VIII:122; Ishaq:515:
    “The Sultan tortured Pithauro until he root out and extract where his Queen was. Ghori kindled a fire on Prithviraj’s private parts, twirling it with his firestick until Pithauro was near death. Then the Sultan gave him to Khilji, who beheaded him.”
    ROUNDING UP OF CAPTURED WOMEN
    The most exciting part of a jihad for jihadis was distribution of captured women. First Ghori picked his 20% cut, mostly very young and pretty ones, then one by one names of jihadis were drawn by a lottery and captured women were distributed among them. All the mujahids started rounding up Rajput women and bringing them
    to the holding compound… Khilji searched for Prithviraj’s beautiful wife and entered his luxurious tent and grabbed his lovely 17 year old young wife Rani Samyukta. She was brought to the Sultan. On the way she saw the dead bodies of their murdered family members and the headless body of Raja Prithviraj. Mohammed was drinking wine near the decapitated body of Prithviraj which was lying in a pool of blood.
    Bukhari 7:69:486:
    Samyukta went berserk when she saw Ghori celebrating near her husband’s castrated body. She attacked him cursing loudly. Ghori’s drinking utensil slipped from his hand spilling his favourite wine.
    SAMYUKTA GIVEN TO BHAKTIYAR KHILJI
    Mohammed: See what you did Rani, can’t you see I am drinking? Khilji control this fresh fruit and take her away.
    Khilji: What do you want me to do with her Sultan?
    Mohammed: Take her to your tent and enjoy her. She is all yours.
    Khilji: Shukran Sultan Shukran.
    Khilji took the beautiful and shapely teenager to his tent….Samyukta fought hard and resisted as she was disrobed to be violated. Soon a crowd gathered to see the commotion in Khilji’s tent. They were awestruck with Samyukta’s figure and beauty. Several jihadis ran to the Sultan and praised Samyukta’s form in front of him.
    Sahih Muslim 8:3329:
    Samyukta (Allah be pleased with her) fell to the lot of Khilji in the spoils of war,
    and they praised her in the presence of the Sultan (may peace be upon him) and said: We have not seen the like of her among the captives of war.
    Ghori’s 30-man libido kicked in and instantly aroused him.
    Mohammed: Aibak go right away and retrieve Samyukta from Khilji.
    Aibak went right away and found Khilji still trying to subdue Samyukta. He ordered him to leave her alone, but Khilji ignored the command… Aibak then kicked Khilji’s bare bottom with such a violent force with his iron toed sandal that Khilji defecated blood and collapsed over Samyukta. Aibak retrieved Samyukta and brought her to the Sultan. Limping and protesting Khilji also followed them. Mohammed threw his robe over Samyukta to claim her. But Khilji was not prepared to give in.
    Bukhari 5:59:512:
    Samyukta was amongst the captives, She first came in the share of Khilji
    but later on she belonged to the Sultan Ghori.
    KHILJI OFFERED TEN FOR ONE DEAL
    Khilji: Sultan, that is not fair at all. You had given Samyukta to me.
    Mohammed: “I changed my mind. I will give you ten young royal hindu women in her place. You will love them, they are very young and virgins. You can have a great threesome tonight”.
    (Muslim 8:3329: ‘He was given ten rajput women in lieu of Samyukta by the Sultan’)
    Khilji: “Sultan I don’t enjoy little girls. You can keep them, just return my Samyukta.
    Mohammed: “Khilji don’t be a pest. I will sweeten the pot and throw in ten more young hindu women .You can have great pleasure tonight, twenty royal rajput girls.”
    Khilji: “I don’t want anything, please kindly return my Samyukta”.
    Mohammed: Okay what if I offered fifty rajput women in all”.
    Khilji: Ghori, I have enough women from the last jihad. I just need Samyukta”
    (Now the Sultan got really ticked off.)
    Mohammed: “Khilji, you stubborn mule, just take what I offered before I change my mind and have your private parts removed instead.”
    (Khilji knew Ghori meant what he said. He took fifty rajput women & left in a hurry)
    (Sahih Muslim 8:3328: “Allah’s Sultan (may peace be upon him) got her (Samyukta) in exchange of fifty lovely hindu ladies”.)
    GHORI RAPES SAMYUKTA
    Mohammed then hurried to his tent with Samyukta. There were three rajput girls already in Ghori’s tent with whom he had a foursome the previous night. Mohammed called out Aibak and Khilji.
    Mohammed: Aibak take Payal, Yultaz you take Tara and your son likes little girls so give this little girl to him, she is hardly ten…
    (The History of Tabari, Vol. 8, p. 29-30:
    From his share of captive women, Ghori gave his son-in-law, Aibak a rajput girl, Payal to enjoy her at his will. He also presented Yultaz, his father-in-law, another hindu girl Tara and bestowed another very young rajput girl to Yultaz. Yultaz gave that girl to his son Masud.)
    Samyukta: Mohammed how can you be so cruel, you made those girls widows by killing their beloved husbands, then raped them all night and the next day you passed them on to other men.
    Ghori: Allah 4:20 gives all muslim men that privilege of changing their women at will
    Samyukta: And that ten year old girl you gave to Yultaz, how could you have intercourse with her…
    Mohammed: Who said I had intercourse with her. I only thighed her. It is my rule never to have sex with girls below the age of 10.
    When Mohammed made advances towards Samyukta, she resisted. How could she submit to a man who had killed her dear husband few hours back.
    Mohammed: What is your problem Samyukta.
    Samyukta: Mohammed, I don’t like you because you killed my beloved husband. I hate those who kill innocent men and rape their women.
    Mohammed: What are you talking about., it was not us, but Allah who killed them by our hands. Here is the aya 8.17: “It is not ye who slew them; it was Allah…” Besides kafirs are never innocents, they are fair games for us, Once we kill them we are allowed sex with their wives and daughters according to to ayas 4.3. So stop this nonsense and let me have you. I had defeated and killed your dear husband. So you must be mine. I don’t have time to waste. If you resist I will rape you and give you back to ugly Khilji.

    Samyukta realized resistance was futile. She will get raped any ways, either by Ghori or another jihadi. At least Ghori had a regular supply of slave-girls from his 20% cut of booty and many resident wives. She will be hit less for sex less often. With regular jihadi she will be raped day and night then sold in a slave market to the highest bidder. She gave up the fight and laid motionless while the Ghori got his jollies.
    In the middle of night Ghori noticed a man peeping through a hole in the tent and watching the action. The Sultan grabbed his arrow head and poked the eye of the offender stealthily putting his eye out.
    Bukhari 9:83:38a:
    A man peeped into the dwelling place (tent) of the Sultan. The Sultan got up and aimed a sharp-edged arrow head at him to poke him stealthily. After a few hours of sleep and taajjud prayers, the Sultan approached Samyukta again for more action when he heard some movement near his tent. He figured the Peeping Tom was back for seconds. This time the Sultan was so pissed off he decided to go out and cut off the manhood of the stubborn peeping Tom.
    Ibn Hisham, p. 766
    Samyukta was captured in the second battle of Tarain and was claimed by the Sultan as his share of booty. She was then seventeen. In the early dawn, the Sultan suspected some movement near the tent. It was Aibak (apparently the earlier peeping Tom was some one eles) He asked him what he was doing near his tent (Aibak had got many captured woman in this raid, but still he was getting his jollies
    by checking out action in Sultan’s tent).He replied: “I was afraid for you with this young lady. You had killed her beloved husband and many of her relatives, and till recently she was an unbeliever. I was really afraid for you on her account and was guarding you” (he didn’t have to keep an eye on them to guard them). The Sultan (either Ghori bought the lie or felt pity for the horny man who had put his life on line in the raid who had many captured royal hindu woman and yet spent the night looking around) prayed for Aibak.
    Fifty nearing Ghori had a gala time with the grieving teenage widow that night. Next day he covered Samyukta in a burqa and proclaimed her as one of his wives.

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    1. Ram Naresh Sharma: Like Padmini you have committed extreme stupidity. We will be made a laughing stock and nothing else.

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  4. Sultan Mohammed Ghori and his jihadis offered fajar prayers in early morning darkness outside of Tarain. Then they attacked the rajputs who were amorous inside their tents with their young beautiful wives.
    BLOODSHED AFTER TARAIN PRAYER
    Bukharee, Volume 5, Book 59, Number 510:
    Narrated Anas bin Malik: We reached Tarain early in the morning and the hindus were busy inside their tents enjoying with their women, and when they saw Sultan Ghori they said, “Mohammad Ghori! Ghori and his army!”
    The Sultan said, “Allah-Hamara! hindus are destroyed.”
    PRITHVIRAJ BEHEADED
    Prithviraj Chauhan, the King of rajputs was severely injured in the battle by Ghori.
    Aibak dragged the bleeding Prithviraj to his master.
    Mohammed: Rai Pithauro, where did you hide your wife?
    King Prithviraj: My wife? She is not here? We are hindus not ugly muslims like you…
    Mohammed: Mind your language Prithviraj, you are talking to Mohammed of Ghor
    King Prithviraj: Mohammed of Ghor my ass. You are a killer and a rapist….
    Mohammed: Aibak, get him away from me and cut off his tongue.
    Aibak: if we cut off his tongue how will we make him talk..
    Mohammed: OK, then I will cut his private parts, torture him and make him talk.
    (Ghori kicked hard Pithauro’s private parts, peeled off the skin above and moved it around with a hot rod to give him maximum pain. Pithauro was already badly injured and bleeding. He passed out without talking.)
    Mohammed: The bastard passed out. Khilji cut off his head.
    Tabari VIII:122; Ishaq:515:
    “The Sultan tortured Pithauro until he root out and extract where his Queen was. Ghori kindled a fire on Prithviraj’s private parts, twirling it with his firestick until Pithauro was near death. Then the Sultan gave him to Khilji, who beheaded him.”
    ROUNDING UP OF CAPTURED WOMEN
    The most exciting part of a jihad for jihadis was distribution of captured women. First Ghori picked his 20% cut, mostly very young and pretty ones, then one by one names of jihadis were drawn by a lottery and captured women were distributed among them. All the mujahids started rounding up Rajput women and bringing them
    to the holding compound… Khilji searched for Prithviraj’s beautiful wife and entered his luxurious tent and grabbed his lovely 17 year old young wife Rani Samyukta. She was brought to the Sultan. On the way she saw the dead bodies of their murdered family members and the headless body of Raja Prithviraj. Mohammed was drinking wine near the decapitated body of Prithviraj which was lying in a pool of blood.
    Bukhari 7:69:486:
    Samyukta went berserk when she saw Ghori celebrating near her husband’s castrated body. She attacked him cursing loudly. Ghori’s drinking utensil slipped from his hand spilling his favourite wine.
    SAMYUKTA GIVEN TO BHAKTIYAR KHILJI
    Mohammed: See what you did Rani, can’t you see I am drinking? Khilji control this fresh fruit and take her away.
    Khilji: What do you want me to do with her Sultan?
    Mohammed: Take her to your tent and enjoy her. She is all yours.
    Khilji: Shukran Sultan Shukran.
    Khilji took the beautiful and shapely teenager to his tent….Samyukta fought hard and resisted as she was disrobed to be violated. Soon a crowd gathered to see the commotion in Khilji’s tent. They were awestruck with Samyukta’s figure and beauty. Several jihadis ran to the Sultan and praised Samyukta’s form in front of him.
    Sahih Muslim 8:3329:
    Samyukta (Allah be pleased with her) fell to the lot of Khilji in the spoils of war,
    and they praised her in the presence of the Sultan (may peace be upon him) and said: We have not seen the like of her among the captives of war.
    Ghori’s 30-man libido kicked in and instantly aroused him.
    Mohammed: Aibak go right away and retrieve Samyukta from Khilji.
    Aibak went right away and found Khilji still trying to subdue Samyukta. He ordered him to leave her alone, but Khilji ignored the command… Aibak then kicked Khilji’s bare bottom with such a violent force with his iron toed sandal that Khilji defecated blood and collapsed over Samyukta. Aibak retrieved Samyukta and brought her to the Sultan. Limping and protesting Khilji also followed them. Mohammed threw his robe over Samyukta to claim her. But Khilji was not prepared to give in.
    Bukhari 5:59:512:
    Samyukta was amongst the captives, She first came in the share of Khilji
    but later on she belonged to the Sultan Ghori.
    KHILJI OFFERED TEN FOR ONE DEAL
    Khilji: Sultan, that is not fair at all. You had given Samyukta to me.
    Mohammed: “I changed my mind. I will give you ten young royal hindu women in her place. You will love them, they are very young and virgins. You can have a great threesome tonight”.
    (Muslim 8:3329: ‘He was given ten rajput women in lieu of Samyukta by the Sultan’)
    Khilji: “Sultan I don’t enjoy little girls. You can keep them, just return my Samyukta.
    Mohammed: “Khilji don’t be a pest. I will sweeten the pot and throw in ten more young hindu women .You can have great pleasure tonight, twenty royal rajput girls.”
    Khilji: “I don’t want anything, please kindly return my Samyukta”.
    Mohammed: Okay what if I offered fifty rajput women in all”.
    Khilji: Ghori, I have enough women from the last jihad. I just need Samyukta”
    (Now the Sultan got really ticked off.)
    Mohammed: “Khilji, you stubborn mule, just take what I offered before I change my mind and have your private parts removed instead.”
    (Khilji knew Ghori meant what he said. He took fifty rajput women & left in a hurry)
    (Sahih Muslim 8:3328: “Allah’s Sultan (may peace be upon him) got her (Samyukta) in exchange of fifty lovely hindu ladies”.)
    GHORI RAPES SAMYUKTA
    Mohammed then hurried to his tent with Samyukta. There were three rajput girls already in Ghori’s tent with whom he had a foursome the previous night. Mohammed called out Aibak and Khilji.
    Mohammed: Aibak take Payal, Yultaz you take Tara and your son likes little girls so give this little girl to him, she is hardly ten…
    (The History of Tabari, Vol. 8, p. 29-30:
    From his share of captive women, Ghori gave his son-in-law, Aibak a rajput girl, Payal to enjoy her at his will. He also presented Yultaz, his father-in-law, another hindu girl Tara and bestowed another very young rajput girl to Yultaz. Yultaz gave that girl to his son Masud.)
    Samyukta: Mohammed how can you be so cruel, you made those girls widows by killing their beloved husbands, then raped them all night and the next day you passed them on to other men.
    Ghori: Allah 4:20 gives all muslim men that privilege of changing their women at will
    Samyukta: And that ten year old girl you gave to Yultaz, how could you have intercourse with her…
    Mohammed: Who said I had intercourse with her. I only thighed her. It is my rule never to have sex with girls below the age of 10.
    When Mohammed made advances towards Samyukta, she resisted. How could she submit to a man who had killed her dear husband few hours back.
    Mohammed: What is your problem Samyukta.
    Samyukta: Mohammed, I don’t like you because you killed my beloved husband. I hate those who kill innocent men and rape their women.
    Mohammed: What are you talking about., it was not us, but Allah who killed them by our hands. Here is the aya 8.17: “It is not ye who slew them; it was Allah…” Besides kafirs are never innocents, they are fair games for us, Once we kill them we are allowed sex with their wives and daughters according to to ayas 4.3. So stop this nonsense and let me have you. I had defeated and killed your dear husband. So you must be mine. I don’t have time to waste. If you resist I will rape you and give you back to ugly Khilji.

    Samyukta realized resistance was futile. She will get raped any ways, either by Ghori or another jihadi. At least Ghori had a regular supply of slave-girls from his 20% cut of booty and many resident wives. She will be hit less for sex less often. With regular jihadi she will be raped day and night then sold in a slave market to the highest bidder. She gave up the fight and laid motionless while the Ghori got his jollies.
    In the middle of night Ghori noticed a man peeping through a hole in the tent and watching the action. The Sultan grabbed his arrow head and poked the eye of the offender stealthily putting his eye out.
    Bukhari 9:83:38a:
    A man peeped into the dwelling place (tent) of the Sultan. The Sultan got up and aimed a sharp-edged arrow head at him to poke him stealthily. After a few hours of sleep and taajjud prayers, the Sultan approached Samyukta again for more action when he heard some movement near his tent. He figured the Peeping Tom was back for seconds. This time the Sultan was so pissed off he decided to go out and cut off the manhood of the stubborn peeping Tom.
    Ibn Hisham, p. 766
    Samyukta was captured in the second battle of Tarain and was claimed by the Sultan as his share of booty. She was then seventeen. In the early dawn, the Sultan suspected some movement near the tent. It was Aibak (apparently the earlier peeping Tom was some one eles) He asked him what he was doing near his tent (Aibak had got many captured woman in this raid, but still he was getting his jollies
    by checking out action in Sultan’s tent).He replied: “I was afraid for you with this young lady. You had killed her beloved husband and many of her relatives, and till recently she was an unbeliever. I was really afraid for you on her account and was guarding you” (he didn’t have to keep an eye on them to guard them). The Sultan (either Ghori bought the lie or felt pity for the horny man who had put his life on line in the raid who had many captured royal hindu woman and yet spent the night looking around) prayed for Aibak.
    Fifty nearing Ghori had a gala time with the grieving teenage widow that night. Next day he covered Samyukta in a burqa and proclaimed her as one of his wives.

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  5. Sultan Mohammed Ghori and his jihadis offered fajar prayers in early morning darkness outside of Tarain. Then they attacked the rajputs who were amorous inside their tents with their young beautiful wives.
    BLOODSHED AFTER TARAIN PRAYER
    Bukharee, Volume 5, Book 59, Number 510:
    Narrated Anas bin Malik: We reached Tarain early in the morning and the hindus were busy inside their tents enjoying with their women, and when they saw Sultan Ghori they said, “Mohammad Ghori! Ghori and his army!”
    The Sultan said, “Allah-Hamara! hindus are destroyed.”
    PRITHVIRAJ BEHEADED
    Prithviraj Chauhan, the King of rajputs was severely injured in the battle by Ghori. Aibak dragged the bleeding Prithviraj to his master.
    Mohammed: Rai Pithauro, where did you hide your wife?
    King Prithviraj: My wife? She is not here? We are hindus not ugly muslims like you…
    Mohammed: Mind your language Prithviraj, you are talking to Mohammed of Ghor
    King Prithviraj: Mohammed of Ghor my ass. You are a killer and a rapist….
    Mohammed: Aibak, get him away from me and cut off his tongue.
    Aibak: if we cut off his tongue how will we make him talk..
    Mohammed: OK, then I will cut his private parts, torture him and make him talk.
    (Ghori kicked hard Pithauro’s private parts, peeled off the skin above and moved it around with a hot rod to give him maximum pain. Pithauro was already badly injured and bleeding. He passed out without talking.)
    Mohammed: The bastard passed out. Khilji cut off his head.
    Tabari VIII:122; Ishaq:515:
    “The Sultan tortured Pithauro until he root out and extract where his Queen was. Ghori kindled a fire on Prithviraj’s private parts, twirling it with his firestick until Pithauro was near death. Then the Sultan gave him to Khilji, who beheaded him.”
    ROUNDING UP OF CAPTURED WOMEN
    The most exciting part of a jihad for jihadis was distribution of captured women. First Ghori picked his 20% cut, mostly very young and pretty ones, then one by one names of jihadis were drawn by a lottery and captured women were distributed among them. All the mujahids started rounding up Rajput women and bringing them
    to the holding compound… Khilji searched for Prithviraj’s beautiful wife and entered his luxurious tent and grabbed his lovely 17 year old young wife Rani Samyukta. She was brought to the Sultan. On the way she saw the dead bodies of their murdered family members and the headless body of Raja Prithviraj. Mohammed was drinking wine near the decapitated body of Prithviraj which was lying in a pool of blood.
    Bukhari 7:69:486:
    Samyukta went berserk when she saw Ghori celebrating near her husband’s castrated body. She attacked him cursing loudly. Ghori’s drinking utensil slipped from his hand spilling his favourite wine.
    SAMYUKTA GIVEN TO BHAKTIYAR KHILJI
    Mohammed: See what you did Rani, can’t you see I am drinking? Khilji control this fresh fruit and take her away.
    Khilji: What do you want me to do with her Sultan?
    Mohammed: Take her to your tent and enjoy her. She is all yours.
    Khilji: Shukran Sultan Shukran.
    Khilji took the beautiful and shapely teenager to his tent….Samyukta fought hard and resisted as she was disrobed to be violated. Soon a crowd gathered to see the commotion in Khilji’s tent. They were awestruck with Samyukta’s figure and beauty. Several jihadis ran to the Sultan and praised Samyukta’s form in front of him.
    Sahih Muslim 8:3329:
    Samyukta (Allah be pleased with her) fell to the lot of Khilji in the spoils of war,
    and they praised her in the presence of the Sultan (may peace be upon him) and said: We have not seen the like of her among the captives of war.
    Ghori’s 30-man libido kicked in and instantly aroused him.
    Mohammed: Aibak go right away and retrieve Samyukta from Khilji.
    Aibak went right away and found Khilji still trying to subdue Samyukta. He ordered him to leave her alone, but Khilji ignored the command… Aibak then kicked Khilji’s bare bottom with such a violent force with his iron toed sandal that Khilji defecated blood and collapsed over Samyukta. Aibak retrieved Samyukta and brought her to the Sultan. Limping and protesting Khilji also followed them. Mohammed threw his robe over Samyukta to claim her. But Khilji was not prepared to give in.
    Bukhari 5:59:512:
    Samyukta was amongst the captives, She first came in the share of Khilji
    but later on she belonged to the Sultan Ghori.
    KHILJI OFFERED TEN FOR ONE DEAL
    Khilji: Sultan, that is not fair at all. You had given Samyukta to me.
    Mohammed: “I changed my mind. I will give you ten young royal hindu women in her place. You will love them, they are very young and virgins. You can have a great threesome tonight”.
    (Muslim 8:3329: ‘He was given ten rajput women in lieu of Samyukta by the Sultan’)
    Khilji: “Sultan I don’t enjoy little girls. You can keep them, just return my Samyukta.
    Mohammed: “Khilji don’t be a pest. I will sweeten the pot and throw in ten more young hindu women .You can have great pleasure tonight, twenty royal rajput girls.”
    Khilji: “I don’t want anything, please kindly return my Samyukta”.
    Mohammed: Okay what if I offered fifty rajput women in all”.
    Khilji: Ghori, I have enough women from the last jihad. I just need Samyukta”
    (Now the Sultan got really ticked off.)
    Mohammed: “Khilji, you stubborn mule, just take what I offered before I change my mind and have your private parts removed instead.”
    (Khilji knew Ghori meant what he said. He took fifty rajput women & left in a hurry)
    (Sahih Muslim 8:3328: “Allah’s Sultan (may peace be upon him) got her (Samyukta) in exchange of fifty lovely hindu ladies”.)
    GHORI RAPES SAMYUKTA
    Mohammed then hurried to his tent with Samyukta. There were three rajput girls already in Ghori’s tent with whom he had a foursome the previous night. Mohammed called out Aibak and Khilji.
    Mohammed: Aibak take Payal, Yultaz you take Tara and your son likes little girls so give this little girl to him, she is hardly ten…
    (The History of Tabari, Vol. 8, p. 29-30:
    From his share of captive women, Ghori gave his son-in-law, Aibak a rajput girl, Payal to enjoy her at his will. He also presented Yultaz, his father-in-law, another hindu girl Tara and bestowed another very young rajput girl to Yultaz. Yultaz gave that girl to his son Masud.)
    Samyukta: Mohammed how can you be so cruel, you made those girls widows by killing their beloved husbands, then raped them all night and the next day you passed them on to other men.
    Ghori: Allah 4:20 gives all muslim men that privilege of changing their women at will
    Samyukta: And that ten year old girl you gave to Yultaz, how could you have intercourse with her…
    Mohammed: Who said I had intercourse with her. I only thighed her. It is my rule never to have sex with girls below the age of 10.
    When Mohammed made advances towards Samyukta, she resisted. How could she submit to a man who had killed her dear husband few hours back.
    Mohammed: What is your problem Samyukta.
    Samyukta: Mohammed, I don’t like you because you killed my beloved husband. I hate those who kill innocent men and rape their women.
    Mohammed: What are you talking about., it was not us, but Allah who killed them by our hands. Here is the aya 8.17: “It is not ye who slew them; it was Allah…” Besides kafirs are never innocents, they are fair games for us, Once we kill them we are allowed sex with their wives and daughters according to to ayas 4.3. So stop this nonsense and let me have you. I had defeated and killed your dear husband. So you must be mine. I don’t have time to waste. If you resist I will rape you and give you back to ugly Khilji.

    Samyukta realized resistance was futile. She will get raped any ways, either by Ghori or another jihadi. At least Ghori had a regular supply of slave-girls from his 20% cut of booty and many resident wives. She will be hit less for sex less often. With regular jihadi she will be raped day and night then sold in a slave market to the highest bidder. She gave up the fight and laid motionless while the Ghori got his jollies.
    In the middle of night Ghori noticed a man peeping through a hole in the tent and watching the action. The Sultan grabbed his arrow head and poked the eye of the offender stealthily putting his eye out.
    Bukhari 9:83:38a:
    A man peeped into the dwelling place (tent) of the Sultan. The Sultan got up and aimed a sharp-edged arrow head at him to poke him stealthily. After a few hours of sleep and taajjud prayers, the Sultan approached Samyukta again for more action when he heard some movement near his tent. He figured the Peeping Tom was back for seconds. This time the Sultan was so pissed off he decided to go out and cut off the manhood of the stubborn peeping Tom.
    Ibn Hisham, p. 766
    Samyukta was captured in the second battle of Tarain and was claimed by the Sultan as his share of booty. She was then seventeen. In the early dawn, the Sultan suspected some movement near the tent. It was Aibak (apparently the earlier peeping Tom was some one eles) He asked him what he was doing near his tent (Aibak had got many captured woman in this raid, but still he was getting his jollies by checking out action in Sultan’s tent).He replied: “I was afraid for you with this young lady. You had killed her beloved husband and many of her relatives, and till recently she was an unbeliever. I was really afraid for you on her account and was guarding you” (he didn’t have to keep an eye on them to guard them). The Sultan (either Ghori bought the lie or felt pity for the horny man who had put his life on line in the raid who had many captured royal hindu woman and yet spent the night looking around) prayed for Aibak.
    Fifty nearing Ghori had a gala time with the grieving teenage widow that night. Next day he covered Samyukta in a burqa and proclaimed her as one of his wives.

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  6. Love is a many splendored thing, goes an old song, and India is clearly proof of this. There have been many famous couples who have left their imprint on her history like Sohni-Mahiwal, Heer-Ranjha and Laila-Majnu, who were all star-crossed lovers. But Prithvi Raj-Samyukta were a different cup of tea, as they consummated their love and lived together in bliss.

    Samyukta was the daughter of the Hindu king of Kananj. She was the most beautiful princess in India. Prithivi Raja was the Hindu king of Delhi. He was the most powerful Hindu king of north India at that time. He wanted to marry her. He knew that it would not be easy to marry her because her father was his enemy. He always liked to marry beautiful princesses. Therefore, he decided to try. First, he sought out her old nurse. She was living not far from the place. He touched her feet with his hand and asked her advice. The old woman loved prithivi Raja very dearly. So she promised to help him.

    “Give me”, she said “that picture of yours which the great painter at Delhi has painted on ivory in green and gold. I will tell you when I came again from my journey”. The old nurse went a long journey and reached the gate of the palace of Kananj. She expressed her desire to see the queen. Now it happened that moment, the queen wanted a new waiting woman for the princess. So the old woman was asked to look after the house hold work. Samyuktha had a true heart. As the old woman brushed her hair or sat with her on the roof on the still, hot nights, she told her the tales of Prithivi Raja and of his love for Samyukta. She showed Samyukta his picture painted on ivory in green and gold. As she looked on his face, her heart desired to meet the king who loved her.

    Presently the king of Kananj said, “It is time for the “Swayamvara”, that is the choosing of her husband by the princess. He sent his messengers to all parts of India to call the princes of India to the great choosing. However, he sent no message to his enemy Prithivi Raja, the king of Delhi. Nevertheless the king of Delhi came to the choosing. Prithivi Raja and his friend came to the swayamvara disguised as minstrels.

    The courtyard of the palace was gay and ready for the “Swayamvara” Garlands of roses and jasmine were hung from the pillars. The king and the Queen sat on golden throne on a marble balcony. The thrones of the princes, who sought the hand of Samyukta, were just below the balcony.

    The princes were dressed in jewels and clothes of gold. Each prince had his men at arms and heralds. The musicians sat on the watchtower at the gate. PrithiviRaja, the great prince, sat with the musicians.

    When the bugles sounded, Samyukta came from the inner courtyard. She wore a sari that flowed about her like golden water. There were golden anklets on her feet and golden bracelets on her arms. Her eyes were on the ground as she walked. She held lightly the garland of fresh jasmine. She would place the garland on the neck of the prince whom she would choose to be her husband.

    When she reached the outer courtyard, she raised her eyes and saw a golden figure of Prithivi Raja standing in the place of the king’s doorkeeper. She knew well that her father had done this thing to hurt Prithivi Raja, the true knight of her heart. Her choice was made now proudly she walked one prince after another. She passed on silently. She remembered the great tales of Prithivi Raja told by the heralds.

    There was but one prince left. He was sitting near the door keeper. All were anxious to know what she would do. The king and the queen leaned out of their marble balcony. All the crowd watched her breathlessly. To their surprise, Samyukta also rejected the last prince. She turned to the golden image of PrithiviRaja who had no invitation to the great choosing and placed the garland on its neck. She had indeed kept the garland for her true knight alone.

    The king rose in wrath. For this insult, Samyukta would now be sent to the deepest dungeon of the place. But love was quicker than wrath. PrithiviRaja who was disguised as minstrel mounted on the king’s swiftest charger, which was at samyukta’s side. He stooped and lifted her to his saddle and rode away to the gates of Delhi. An enraged Jaichand followed him and there was a clash of steel but he had to bow down to Prithvi Raj’s superior army strength.

    The lovers then spent a lot of amorous moments with each other. Prithviraj was so enthralled by the beauty of his beloved that he almost neglected his kingly indulgence in equipping himself in the methods of warfare. They lived happily but the stories of Samyukta’s famed beauty reached the ears of Mohammed Ghori, the Muslim Sultan of Lahore and Sindh. This invited Mohammed Ghori to wage war against Prithviraj.

    Mohammed Ghori was defeated by Prithvi Raj in the first battle of Tarain before his marriage with Samyukta. However, he escaped from the battlefield and the next year the two met again and this time newly married Prithvi Raj faced defeat. The last bastion of the Rajputs had crumbled and the cruel Ghori killed newly married Prithvi Raj in this battle.

    Samyukta, having realized the evil intentions of Ghori refused to succumb to him. She, along with her ladies in waiting, committed jauhar (death by jumping into the burning pyre), preferring death to dishonor. Samyukta committed suicide for guarding herself against the personal disgrace from Ghori. Thus, the love story ended, but paeans have been sung of their immortal love.

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  7. chutiapanti ki had hoti hai!!!!!!!!! tumhe agar nai pata ho to apni kameenpanti rakho apne jeb main.aur ye ssab jhooti stories likhna band karo!!!!!!!!! pata nai kahan kahan se uthakar yahan likh dete ho!!!!tum gaye the kya uss ghori se milne ???????? jo itne lambi lambi chor rahe ho!!!!!!!!

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  8. pawan! aap jo bhi ho!! aap ne bilkul theek likha hai!!
    pata nai log aisee chutiapanti kyun likhte hain????jahan se milta hai saale yahin thoose dete hai!! and u raja tej singh!!!!! tumhe main bata doon ki rajputni wo hoti hai jo apni izzat bachane ke liye apni life tak chor sakti hai!!!understood???aur jahan tak sanyogita ka sawaal hai to she has commited johar!!!!

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  9. On an “auspicious day” in A.D. 1192 — Mohammed Ghori started for Hindustan at the head of the Turk, Afghan, and other Arab soldiers of fortune. His horses and camels were given coats of mail to look like lions and elephants, respectively!

    When the Muslim army besieged Bhatinda fort, the battle raged for just 3 hours since it was not a major town fort like Ajmer or Delhi . The fort fell since all the 20,000 rajputs soldiers were killed and Dheep chand, the incharge of Bhatinda, surrendered. Carnage followed. And so did rape of Hindu women.

    At a time when the muslims were short of both food and fodder, Dheep Chand surrendered that fort. Ghori now began to predict the “inevitable victory of the Muslims”. But Prithviraj still continued to be over-confident. Contrary to Samrasi’s advice, he allowed the Muslims to cross the river to be able to fight. Ghori said to his slave Aibak, “lest it be imagined by Prithviraj that we are in perplexity and have become very weak and powerless.”

    As the battle raged between the Muslims and the Hindus, Ubaid, a lieutenant of Ghori, went over to the Hindus and told them of Ghori’s plans. Even so, the Muslim army fought so well that, says the ‘Prithviraja Vijaya’, “the army of Islam became irresolute and their lines were broken up in great confusion. It was generally believed that the Muslims were defeated, and put to flight.”
    At this stage traitor Ubaid with some Ghori’s men ran away from the battlefield. Mohammed Ghori was then “so perplexed that he called out for water”. Simultaneously a cry went up that the Queen Samyukta in the Hindu army had been cornered by Aibak and some Muslim rapists. This led to confusion. Prithviraj was heard by the Muslims shouting something like “aluth aval marbai, aluth aval suthai”, (meaning “press her breasts, press her buttocks”). Prithviraj lost his heart. Then a fiery arrow from Ghori hit Prithviraj’s howdah and set it on fire. Soon after, another arrow from Ghori hit Prithviraj but it did not pierce his heart because Prithviraj was luckily protected by his steel armour. And Prithviraj jumped down from his howdah, mounted a fast horse and ran to protect his wife from being raped by the muslims. Seeing their King’s howdah empty, confusion broke among the Hindus and they lost all their hopes. Millions of Hindu soldiers were butchered by the Muslims. Prithviraj saw Ghori and Aibak raping his lovely Queen. Prithviraj fought with Ghori. But Aibak continued to rape beautiful Samyukta. Prithviraj got dishearted on seeing the rape of his wife by aibak and he was no match for Ghori. Soon he was defeated and captured by Ghori. The Hindus were killed in large numbers. More than four million hindu soldiers lodt their lives in the battlefield. Other one million hindu soldiers were severely wounded and ran away from the battle. Ghori cut down Prithviraj’s coupling reproductive organ. Then Ghori raped Samyukta in front of her beloved husband Prithviraj. Ghori forced Prithviraj to convert to Islam. But Prithviraj refused. Ghori pierced Prithviraj’s eyes and placed Prithviraj’s removed testis in the place of his eyes. Still Prithviraj refused to accept Islam. Enraged Ghori beheaded Prithviraj. It was on the evening of Saturday the 8 December A.D. 1192. the Muslims had conquered India. It was one of the saddest days in history of Sub-continent. Mohammed Ghori captured Prithviraj’s harem and raped all his beautiful wives. Prithviraj wives were converted to Islam and they became Ghori’s favourite concubines. Prithviraj’s most beautiful young wife, Rani Samyukta who had been raped in the battlefield by Ghori and Aibak, now accepted Islam and married Mohammed Ghori. Soon Samyukta became Ghori’s chief Queen.

    When Prithviraj’s severed head was presented to Khwaja Chisti, he sang: “we have conquered Hindustan after enormous trouble…. Betrayed is Prithviraj by Mohammed Ghori’s masterly strategy. Rejoice, the evil doers are disgraced. Their wealth has been brought away . . . They are now solitary and brittle as eggs and their women, fair and fragrant as musk-deer, are now asleep in our harems.”

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  10. On an “auspicious day” in A.D. 1192 — Mohammed Ghori started for Hindustan at the head of 12,000 Muslim warriors mostly Turks, Afghans, and some Arab soldiers of fortune. His 12,000 soldiers, 2,000 horses and 100 camels were given coats of leather, fur and thick cloth, respectively due to lack of steel and iron Armour!
    When the Muslim army besieged Bhatinda fort, the battle raged for just 3 hours since it was not a major town fort like Ajmer or Delhi . The fort fell since all the 20,000 rajputs soldiers were killed and Dheep chand, the incharge of Bhatinda, surrendered. Carnage followed. And so did rape of Hindu women.
    At a time when the muslims were short of both food and fodder, Dheep Chand surrendered that fort but there was neither a grain of food nor fodder in that fort because Dheep Chand had burnt them before surrender. Qutub-ud-din Aibak, Ghori’s slave general butchered Dheep Chand into pieces. Undaunted Ghori left 2,000 Muslims soldiers in the captured fort to hold it and crossed the river with the remaining 10,000 Muslim soldiers to kill Hindu Raja Prithviraj Chauhan. Ghori now began to predict the “inevitable victory of the Muslims”. But Prithviraj still continued to be over-confident because of the size of his very large army. Prithviraj’s Hindu army had 5,00,000 horses, 50,000 elephants, 50,000 camels and five million Hindu soldiers. Since plenty of steel and iron ore were available in Hindustan, Hindu soldiers, their horses and elephants were all well protected by iron and steel Armour. Contrary to Samrasi’s advice, he allowed the Muslims to cross the river to be able to fight. Ghori said to his slave Aibak, “lest it be imagined by fatty Prithviraj that we are in perplexity and have become very weak and powerless.”
    As the battle raged between the Muslims and the Hindus, Usman Khan, a lieutenant of Ghori, went over to the Hindus and told them of Ghori’s plans. Even so, the Muslim army fought so well that, says the ‘Prithviraja Vijaya’, “the army of Islam became irresolute and their lines were broken up in great confusion. It was generally believed that the Muslims were defeated, and put to flight.”
    At this stage traitor Usman Khan with some Ghori’s men ran away from the battlefield. Mohammed Ghori was then “so perplexed that he called out for water”. Simultaneously a cry went up that the Queen Samyukta in the Hindu army had been cornered by Aibak and some Muslim rapists. This led to confusion. Prithviraj was heard by the Muslims shouting something like “aluth aval marbai, aluth aval suthai”, (meaning “press her breasts, press her buttocks”). Prithviraj lost his heart. Then a fiery arrow from Ghori hit Prithviraj’s howdah and set it on fire. Soon after, another arrow from Ghori hit Prithviraj but it did not pierce his heart because Prithviraj was luckily protected by his steel armour. And Prithviraj jumped down from his howdah, mounted a fast horse and ran to protect his wife from being raped by the muslims. Seeing their King’s howdah empty, confusion broke among the Hindus and they lost all their hopes. Millions of Hindu soldiers were butchered by the Muslims. Prithviraj saw Ghori and Aibak raping his lovely Queen. Prithviraj fought with Ghori. But Aibak continued to rape beautiful Samyukta. Prithviraj got dishearted on seeing the rape of his wife by aibak and he was no match for Ghori. Soon he was defeated and captured by Ghori. The Hindus were killed in large numbers. More than four million hindu soldiers were killed by muslims in the battlefield. Other one million hindu soldiers were severely wounded by the muslims and they ran away from the battle. Ghori cut down Prithviraj’s coupling reproductive organ. Then Ghori raped Samyukta in front of her beloved husband Prithviraj. Ghori forced Prithviraj to convert to Islam. But Prithviraj refused. Ghori pierced Prithviraj’s eyes and placed Prithviraj’s removed testis in the place of his eyes. Still Prithviraj refused to accept Islam. Enraged Ghori beheaded Prithviraj. It was on the evening of Saturday the 8 December A.D. 1192. the Muslims had conquered India. It was one of the saddest days in history of Sub-continent. Mohammed Ghori captured Prithviraj’s harem and raped all his beautiful wives. Prithviraj wives were converted to Islam and they became Ghori’s favourite concubines. Prithviraj’s most beautiful young wife, Rani Samyukta who had been raped in the battlefield by Ghori and Aibak, now accepted Islam and married Mohammed Ghori. Soon Samyukta became Ghori’s chief Queen.
    When Prithviraj’s severed head was presented to Khwaja Chisti, he sang: “we have conquered Hindustan after enormous trouble…. Betrayed is Prithviraj by Mohammed Ghori’s masterly strategy. Rejoice, the evil doers are disgraced. Their wealth has been brought away . . . They are now solitary and brittle as eggs and their women, fair and fragrant as musk-deer, are now asleep in our harems.”

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  11. abe bhen k lodo tum sam apni maa ka rape yaha par describe kar rahe ho kya bhen k lundo..salo tum muglo ki to hum hinduo ne aisa ma chodi thi ki sale abhi tak tum logo ki gand fatati he hindustan wapasa aane me bhen k luno ek baar bata do tum kis randi ki aulad ho fir batate he tumhe k hindu kya kar sakte he ….ye comment publish kar k dekh madarchod…!

    Jai hind…..!

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  12. Historians have debated over the cause of the defeat of Hindus at 2nd battle of tarain with much enthusiasm. Apart from epigraphal analysis, historians also have at their disposal writings of many foreign travellers to the kingdom around the time of the war.
    It has been suggested that though the Rajput armies had very large number of cavalry on horseback, they depended on commanders riding war elephants making them slower on battlefield. But the Muslim armies had some swift Persian horses used by key sections of the army and commanders. This gave the them an edge.
    It is also well known that all the three main commanders of the Rajput army including Prithviraj himself were young commanders compared to the aged commanders of the Muslim armies who were experienced. Prithviraj was just 26 years of age whereas Ghori was 46 years old.
    While the Muslim infantry depended on bows made of bamboo, the Rajput armies used crossbows made of metal which were much more effective in accuracy and distance. But, the Rajput armies used 7 feet (2.1 m) long spears and javelins while the Muslim armies used 15 feet (4.6 m) long spears while riding horse back. This gave them a clear advantage.
    The Rajput armies were much better protected by armours manned by Indian blacksmiths and goldsmiths, who were at that time considered the best at making armours while Muslims depended on Turkestan armours which were made of poor quality metals. Muslims lacked metal ores and also their blacksmiths were not as well trained. So most of the Muslims used animal leather as a protective armour.
    There were some initial chaos in the Muslim army due to the betrayal by two key Muslim commanders, the Shah brothers who had hundreds of soldiers under their command. These commanders were defectors from the Ghaznavi kingdom and later employed by Muhammed Ghori. The Shah brothers were known to had fled the battlefield at a key juncture after seeing the huge strength of the Hindu army. This has been strongly supported by the writings of two European travellers, Frendricci and Frenchman Anquetil Du Perron who visited Lahore in 1192 C.E.
    In spite of all these advantages, historians agree that the biggest reason for the collapse of the rajput army was sensual pleasure of the rajputs who were always amorous with their beautiful ladies. Prithviraj was also the king of these amorous activities as well. He kept on matting with his young beautiful queen Samyukta inside his tent in the battlefield of Tarain during this second battle. When the satanic Muslims attacked the Hindus in early morning hours, every Rajput soldier was matting with his lady. What was worst is that Prithviraj didn’t stopped matting Samyukta even after the Muslims commenced their lethal attack. He came hours after the attack after matting Samyukta atleast some twenty times. But still the rajputs gained considerable success initially merely due to their huge numbers. But soon the Muslims started raping rajput women who were like musk deer. The Hindus got distracted and they now concentrated in protecting their wives from being raped by Muslims. Ghori and Aibak captured beautiful queen Samyukta and started raping that heavenly Venus. Prithviraj distracted by this move ran away from his bodyguards towards his beautiful wife to protect her from being raped by Ghori and Aibak. Now Having Prithviraj in their trap, Ghori butchered Prithviraj in head to head combat as fatty Prithviraj was no match for Ghori physically. After killing Prithviraj, Ghori cut down his coupling organ and head. Aibak holded Prithviraj’s head at his spear tip and waved it in front of Hindus. Ghori continued to rape beautiful Samyukta. Seeing their Kings head at the Muslim’s spear tip and their holy amorous queen being raped continuously by Ghori, the remaining rajputs who survived the Islam’s lethal attack now took to their heels and ran away from the battlefield. Thus the Muslims massacred and crushed the Hindus.

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  13. if u do’nt know,keep ur mouth shut(gadha kahi ka)….the book minhaj ul siraj depicts how gori conqured rajpoots…in 1491,when gori was defeated by chauhan (also gori’s teeth were broken by a tomar rajpoot) he prepared for next war in 1492.but when he saw rajputs in battle field,he thought that he could not win.’then he played a trick.he send his messanger saying i want to go back afganistan bu i had to consult my brother who was the real king of afganistan…so i want seven days more.but he betrayd rajputs and attacked early morning when they were sleeping…so rajpoot were defeated.in history there is no any book which depicts what happen with sanyogita…but some sources tells that she had done johar and some other say that she return back to his father…..tum logo ko galat baten falane se kya mil raha hai…

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  14. Facts from history book “prithviraj chauhan and his times” written by Professor Dr. R.V. Somani M.A. hons(history), Phd(on Prithviraj Chauhan III):

    1. The size of Prithviraj’s army in first battle of Tarain was 3,00,000 horses, 30,000 elephants and 20,00,000 soldiers. The size of Ghori’s army in first battle of Tarain was 70,000 soldiers on horses.

    2. The first battle of Tarain took place before the marriage of Prithviraj & Samyukta.

    3. The first battle of Tarain took place in january 1191 A.D.

    4. Prithviraj and Samyukta married in February 1191 A.D., i.e, one month after the first battle of Tarain.

    5. Prithviraj made Samyukta Pregnant very soon and she gave birth to a male child in October 1191 A.D.

    6. Prithviraj made Samyukta Pregnant again in December 1191 A.D.

    7. The second battle of Tarain took place in February 1192 A.D. i.e, after the marriage of Prithviraj & Samyukta. Samyukta was 3 months pregnant(2nd pregnancy) at the time of this second battle.

    8. The size of Prithviraj’s army in this second battle of Tarain was 5,00,000 horses, 50,000 elephants, 35,00,000 soldiers, 15,00,000 ladies. Out of this 15,00,000 women, 12,00,000 ladies were wives of the soldiers and the other 3,00,000 women were either simply concubines or prostitutes. The size of Ghori’s army in this second tarain battle was 1,20,000 ugly muslim soldiers in horses.

    9. Jaichandra Rathod was angry with Prithviraj since Prithviraj had eloped with Jaichandra’s daughter. So Jaichandra didn’t help Prithviraj. But at the same time he never gave any sought of help to the Muslim invader Ghori because Ghori was a Muslim.

    10. The main reason for Prithviraj’s defeat was that after his marriage with Samyukta, Prithviraj never came out of his Harem. This Handsome King lost himself in the beauty of his beauteous new wife Samyukta. Slender waist, soft & sexy Samyukta too lost herself in the charmness of Fatty Prithviraj. Since Prithviraj was coupling with his lovely queen all the time, he became soft. Softest Samyukta always needed her husband Prithviraj to mate with her non-stoppingly. Prithviraj even carried second time Pregnant Samyukta with him to the second battle of Tarain. When Ghori attaked in early morning hours, every Rajput soldier was matting with his wife like their king and queen. But what was worst is that Prithviraj & Samyukta never stopped matting and they continued matting even after Ghori attacked their army. Prithviraj & Samyukta remained inside their tent and were engaged in coupling continuously. They never came out since they were in the peak of their matting. Prithviraj & samyukta matted several times when Ghori was attacking & killing hindus. Finally Ghori went inside Prithviraj’s tent and found Prithviraj & samyukta were matting fastly. Prithviraj struck up his Penis inside Samyukta’s vagina & Samyukta locked herself with Prithviraj. Prithviraj fought with Ghori but at the same time he was also matting with Samyukta continuosly by holding her butt with his one hand. Ghori saw Prithviraj’s Penis pumping inside Samyukta’s vagina. Ghori chopped of prithviraj’s ever coupling big penis and crushed highly verile testis of Prithviraj. Finally Ghori beheaded and killed Fair and Fatty Prithviraj. Prithviraj could not even make a single injury to Ghori because Prithviraj was now very soft since Prithviraj was always coupling with his beautiful wife Samyukta. Hard muscular Ghori butchered Prithviraj’s body into pieces and thrown it away in the dust. Ghori captured Samyukta and raped her repeatedly, continuously, harly & cruelly then and their with her husband Prithviraj’s dead body laying aside.

    11. Ugly Ghori attacked India because he was very much infatuated on Beauteous Samyukta and Ghori wanted to rape Samyukta.

    12. Towards the end of this second Tarain battle, Ghori and Prithviraj met in head to head personel combat inside Prithviraj’s golden tent in which fatty, handsome and double chinned Prithviraj was proved to be no match to ugly, tall and rigid muscular Ghori.

    13. Ghori pierced Prithviraj’s head with his spear & waved that head in front of Hindus. Already 30,00,000 hindu soldiers were killed by Muslim Soldiers in the battlefield & all the wives & concubines of Hindu soldiers were captured & raped by Muslim. Now on seeing their fatty king Prithviraj’s head in Ghori’s spear tip, remaining hindu soldiers who were already panic sticken, now took to their heels. Hindus ran away from the battlefield. The fleeing Hindus were chased and cut down by the muslims. Not even a single Hindu soldier escaped with his life & not even a single hindu lady was left chaste. Not even a single muslim soldier was killed.

    14. All 35,00,000 hindu soldiers were killed in this battle because following their fatty handsome king Prithviraj as an example all the rajput men married their beautiful women & were matting with their wives & concubines repeatedly. Rajput women also had very heavy libido for their handsome men. So the soft Rajputs now became softest hindus. They could not stand before ugly & muscular muslims who were sturdy mountaineers. Muslim women were ugly andso muslim men wanted beautiful rajput women as their wives. But Hindu women never liked ugly muslim men and Hindu ladies were very much infatuated towards their handsome hindu men. Rajputs who were always matting with their sexy women will never allow muslims to rape their beautiful women. So muslims killed the rajputs and raped their beauteous wives.

    15. Ugly Ghori captured & repeatedly raped very fair, very beautiful & pregnant Queen of Prithviraj, i.e, Slender Stunning Sexy Samyukta. But Samyukta never committed suicide because Ghori never gave her any chance to committe sucide. Ghori never left Samyukta alone & repeatedly raped her. Since Samyukta was softer already & now since she was pregnant, samyukta was the softest lady in the world. Her soft, sexy & pregnant body could not tolerate the repeated heavy rapes made on her by Muslim Ghori. Ugly Ghori was raping pregnant Samyukta continuously for some months hardly and one night when Ghori was raping her hardly, her pregnancy was aborted. But Ghori didn’t stop raping her even after she was bleeding heavily due to abortion. Samyukta lost her life in this final rape made on her by muslim sultan Ghori due to severe pain & shock. Thus ended Queen Samyukta’s terrible intolerable agony of rape which caused her heavy disgrace & pain. Cruel Muslim Ghori even raped Samyukta’s dead body for 8 days. After that he graciously allowed the hindus to burn Samyukta’s dead body.

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  15. The hidden strategic Khyber Pass is a 53-kilometer passage through the Hindu Kush mountain range.

    It cuts through the northeastern part of the Safed Koh mountains. At its narrowest point, the pass is only 3 meters wide. It connects the northern frontier of Pakistan with Afghanistan, and was the only passage way to ancient India.

    The Khyber Pass has been a silent witness to countless great events in the history of mankind and a transit trough this rugged pass can be truly nostalgic.

    The holy river Saraswati dried up as it was flooded by blood & dead bodies of Hindus due to the second battle of tarain, in which more than 30,00,000 rajput soldiers were massacred by the Muslims.

    The Rajputs had gained control of a considerable chunk of India in the intervening period (1107-1187). A large Rajput force restablised the Delhi administration after the death of Muhmad Ghazni. After his invasion of Somnath in 1024 A.D, Muhmud Ghazni, suddenly fell ill & died. This had left the Rajputs in nominal control which however, proved to be a fateful mistake when his grandson, proved to be utterly incapable of maintaining control over the conquered territories. Soon the local population rose in revolt and asked for the protection of the Rajputs. A century and half later, Prithviraj Chauhan, the famed Rajput leader raised a powerful army consisting of three million Rajputs, and was successful in ousting Ghazni’s generations and his court from India. Ghazni`s fleeing army was defeated at various stations. The Rajputs chased him right up to Attock, at the base of the Khyber Pass, and Punjab was brought under their dominion. Muhammed Ghori could not allow this to go unchecked.

    In 1191 the ruler of Ghazni , Shahabuddin Muhammad Ghori came to India to capture & rape Hindu women. But he was resisted by brave Hindu emperor Prithviraj Chauhan. Ugly Ghori decided to teach a lesson to a handsome young Indian King by the name of Prithvi Raj Chauhan III of the Rajput Chahamana dynasty.

    Prithviraj Chauhan’s s kingdom included the present-day Indian states of Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab and most parts of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh with its twin capitals at Pithoragarh(delhi) & Ajmer.

    Sanyogita or Samyukta was the stunningly sexy & beautiful but headstrong daughter of Jaichand Rathod. She had heard of the valour and goodlooks of handsome Prithviraj Chauhan and was very much infatuated with him. She started corresponding with him in secret, as her father was at logger heads with Chauhan. The love between Prithviraj and Samyukta is India’s most popular medieval romance.

    Muhammed Ghori entered India via the treacherous Khyber pass.

    In 1191, Shahabuddin Muhammad Ghori, leading an army of 80,000 men in horses, invaded India through the Khyber Pass and was successful in reaching Punjab. Chauhan had a larger army of more than 20, 00,000 men, 3, 00,000 horses and 30,000 elephants. The two armies met at the town of Tarain, near Thanesar, in present-day Haryana, 150 kilometres north of Delhi.

    Shahabuddin Mohammed Ghori’s horse cavalry was unable to hold its own against the huge Chauhan cavalry & 30,000 elephants. But the Muslims were not terrified and they fought bravely. But finally the Muslim cavalry broke ranks in the utter confusion owing to the huge numbers of Hindus. In the end Chauhan won but not easily as more than 1,00,000 Hindus lost their lives. Ghori & his Muslims ran away from the battlefield & escaped with their lives. Ghori rode back to Afghanistan. Prithviraj pompously celebrated his victory over the Muslims with great pride.

    On finding out about the secret affair, Raja Jaichand was outraged that such a forbidden had been budding behind his back.

    He decided to marry off his daughter as soon as possible to a worthy king by a Swayamwar, as Prithviraj went for the first bsttle of Tarain to fight the Muslims. In haste he invited the entire royalty from far and wide to the ceremony, every eligible prince and king – except Prithiviraj Chauhan, much to the chagrin of Samyukta.

    To insult Chauhan, Jaichand installed a life size golden statue of Chauhan at the gate of the Swyamwar arena , dressed up as a doorman. But Unexpectedly Prithviraj defeated the Muslims in the first battle of Tarain swiftly though he himself lost more than 1, 00,000 Hindu soldiers.

    Chauhan was provoked by Jaichand’s rash activities and he decided to elope with Samyukta.

    On the day of the ceremony, Samyukta walked through the court holding the ceremonial garland, ignoring the gazes of all her ardent suitors. She passed through the door and put the garland around the neck of Prithviraj’s statue, declaring him her husband.

    Chauhan who was hiding in disguse nearby, immediately ran in scooped her in his arms put her on his fast steed and made a daring getaway. This is now legend.

    Jaichand seething with anger, planned to attack Prithviraj. But he was not strong enough to defeat Chauhan in the battle. So he paid homage & tribute to Prithviraj, now his son-in-law, and accepted Prithviraj’s over lordship & supremacy.

    A year later in 1192 Ghori & his Muslims again invaded India to capture & rape it’s women. Ghori had heard about the heavenly beauty of Prithviraj’s wife & was determine to capture & rape Samyukta.

    Chauhan never expected this, as he and his army were still still resting on their laurels, with him & his army always staying with their wives, making them pregnant & continuously coupling with those beauties. Hindus were in celebration mode. Chauhan had prepared a huge army of more than 30, 00,000 men, 5, 00,000 horses & 50,000 elephants with all protected with steel armour to face the Muslims. Prithviraj & many of his soldiers were young & most of them including Prithviraj were newly married. Prithviraj Chauhan was just married and so he could not leave his wife alone. During the one year period between the two battles, Prithviraj had planned nothing to surprise the Muslims. He simply spent the time in honeymoon with his new beautiful bride Samyukta. As a result gave birth to a male child & again she became pregnant due to verile potency of Prithviraj and the Rajputs even had a festival for this joy just before the battle. Following their King, the Rajput soldiers began to enjoy with their women and wine in the period between the two battles.

    The Second Battle of Tarain took place in February, 1192 at Tarain (Haryana State, India), about 80 miles (130 km) north of Delhi. The battle crushed the Rajput Empire. The main battle was fought between the forces under Sultan Shihad-ud-din Muhammed Ghori and the Rajput hosts under Prithviraj Chauhan. It is believed that nearly 20, 00,000 Chauhan soldiers died and many were injured in the one-day battle, though some historians estimate the total hindu deaths to be nearer to 26, 00,000.
    The battle pitted the elephants, archers and trained cavalry of the Rajputs against the light cavalry of the Afghans. The scenario would have been slightly in favour of the Rajputs had not their own cavalry decided to charge prematurely, which lead to their defeat. Rajput forces were so heavily depleted that the Chauhan Empire fell, and the expansion of the Rajput power ended. The battle was most decisive because it crushed the Chauhan Empire’s dream of uniting India under one rule. Muhammed Ghori raised an army from the Ghorian Muslim tribes with help from Ghazni, and invaded India once again. By the end of the year they had reached Lahore, but Rajputs continued to pour in the supplies and by 1192 had formed a single army of more than 30, 00,000 men to block the Muslims.
    There followed much manoeuvring, with skirmishes fought at Karnal, Kunjapura. After the Rajputs failed to prevent Ghori’s forces from reaching the banks of the Saraswati River, they set up defensive works in the excellent ground near Tarain, thereby blocking Ghori’s access back to Afghanistan. Prithviraj slowly tightened the noose by cutting off the Muslim Army’s supply lines. As the Muslims supplies and stores dwindling, the Rajputs moved in almost 100 pieces of archery groups. With a range of several kilometres, these archers were some of the best of the times.
    The Afghan forces arrived in late 1191 to find the Rajputs in well-prepared works. Realizing a direct attack was hopeless, they set up for a siege. The resulting face-off lasted two days exchanging letters. During this time Ghori could not receive his supplies from Ghazni. The Rajputs, however, had no difficulty in securing supplies, the local population were Hindus & having become very hostile to Muslims. In their policy of intolerance towards non-muslims, Afghans had pillaged the surrounding Hindu population. This offense resulted in the Jats and other hindus joining on Prithviraj’s army in the war, and thus the Afghans were left without resupply in the battle zone. This battle zone was probably between Kaalaa Aamb and Sanauli Road of today. The Afghan lines probably were a few metres to the south of Sanauli road. Rajput lines began a little to the north of Kaalaa Aamb. They had thus blocked the northward path of Ghori’s troops from where the Muslims could get badly needed supplies. Prithviraj carried his wife Samyukta to the second battle as she was adamant to accompany him to the battle. In the battlefield inside their golden tent Prithviraj & Samyukta continued to have coupling non-stopingly. Ghori eyeballed Samyukta, getting Prithviraj pissed off. Suddenly in the early morning, Ghori attacked the Hindus. Most of the Hindus were sleeping by smooching their beautigul wives & few were answering the call of nature in the early morning, as the Hindus ate many sweets & drank wine heavily last night. Prithviraj & Samyukta were busy all night matting each other and when Ghori commenced his attack, Prithviraj & Samyukta were just asleep. They woke up when the Hindus shouted in fear. In Panic Prithviraj & Samyukta again started coupling & matting. After matting Samyukta for more than 20 times in panic, Prithviraj kept her in strong protection and came to fight the Muslims.

    Realizing the situation was not in their favour, the Rajputs under Prithviraj Chauhan decided to fight severely to save their women from being raped by the Muslims. His plan was to pulverise the enemy formations with archery fire and not to employ his cavalry until the Afghans were thoroughly softened up. With the Afghans now broken, he would move his camp in a defensive formation towards Delhi, where they had their huge supplies.
    The line would be formed up some 26km across, with the bowmen in front, protected by infantry and elephants. The cavalry was instructed to wait behind the elephants and bowmen, ready to be thrown in when control of battlefield had been fully established.

    Behind this line was another ring of 10, 00,000 young Rajput soldiers who were not battle tested, and then the roughly 3, 00,000 women entrained. Many were wives of rajput soldiers, prostitutes and concubines. The ladies were irrationally confident of the Rajput army, regarding it as one of the best in the world, and definitely one of the most powerful in Asia. Behind the women was yet another protective infantry line, of young inexperienced soldiers.
    Before dawn in February, 1192 the Rajput forces emerged from their tents, pushing the archers into position on their pre-arranged lines, some 2km from the Afghans. Seeing that the battle was on, Ghori positioned his 60 archer groups and opened arrow fire. However, because of the short range of the weapons, the Rajput lines remained untouched. Ghori then launched a cavalry attack to break their lines.

    The first defensive arrow attack of the Rajputs, who were using composite steel bows, went over the Afghans’ heads and inflicted very little damage, and the Afghan attack was nevertheless broken by Rajput bowmen and elephants, along with some famed Rajput generals stationed close to the archery positions. The second and subsequent arrow attacks were fired at point blank range into the Afghan ranks. The resulting carnage sent the Afghans reeling back to their lines. The Chauhan-style plan had worked just as envisioned.
    The Rajputs then started moving their infantry formation forward, led by the elephants. The Afghans responded with repeated cavalry attacks, all of which failed. About 1,000 Afghan cavalry and infantrymen were severely injured in this opening stage of the battle.
    At this stage it looked as though Prithviraj would clinch victory for the Rajputs once again. Then Prithviraj ordered the Rajput lieutenants, particularly Govind Rai and Khandae Rai, to exploit the gaps in the enemy lines & dash; with strict instructions to charge Afghan cavalry by raining arrows but not to engage in hand to hand fight with the Muslims. The mass of Rajput horsemen raced and charged towards the demoralised Afghans, intending to cut the faltering army in two.
    The over-enthusiasm of the charge saw many of the Rajput horses exhausted long before they had travelled the two kilometres to the Afghan lines; some simply collapsed. Making matters worse was the suffocating odour of the rotting corpses of men and animals left on the field from the fighting of the previous year. Still, a major mass of Rajput cavalry collided with the Muslim cavalry, initially taking on a few hundreds of Muslim troops.
    In response, the Ghori’s officers stiffened their troop’s resistance. Ghori sent his body guards to call up his reserves of 10,000 from his camp and arranged it as column right in front his cavalry of archers and spear-men on the back of camels. Because of their positioning on camels they could throw their spears over the heads of their own infantry and at the Rajput cavalry, who were unable to withstand the cavalry and camel-mounted spears of the Afghans. Ghori had 2000 such spear-men. They could be throw spears without the rider having to dismount and were especially effective against fast moving cavalry.
    With their own men in their arrows lines, the Rajput archers could not respond well, and about 7, 00,000 Hindu cavalry and infantry perished before the hand to hand fighting began at around 2PM. By 4PM the tired Rajput infantry began to succumb to the onslaught of attacks from fresh Muslim reserves, though the Rajputs were protected by armoured steel jackets.
    The Rajput army had captured some Muslim slaves earlier during the siege of Bhatinda. They had not been trusted to be in the front line because their loyalty was suspect. As they were captured slaves, they saw an opportunity to avenge the humiliation. They started raping the Rajput women from inside. This brought confusion and great consternation to loyal Rajput soldiers, who thought that the enemy had attacked from behind.
    Prithviraj Chauhan, seeing his forward lines dwindling and civilians behind, could not move forward his young soldiers as reserves from behind and felt he had no choice but to come down from his elephant and lead the battle by mounting on his horse Qila, at the head of household troops. He left instructions with his bodyguards that, if he was killed by the Muslims in this battle, they must protect his young beautiful wife Sanyogita and must take her back to Kannouj, for he could not tolerate her being dishonoured by the Muslims, as she was the Queen of Hindus.
    Some Rajput soldiers, seeing that their King had disappeared from his elephant, panicked and began to flee. Khandae Rai, the big general, had already fallen to a spear shot thrown by Bhakthiyaruddin. Govind Rai and his loyal bodyguards fought to the end but they were massacred by the Qutubuddin. The Rajput leader Prithviraj Chauhan having all his bodyguards shot dead by Muslim archers had now seen that Ghori was trying to capture his beautiful Queen Samyukta. Prithviraj tried to escape from the battle-field with his beautiful wife Samyukta. Prithviraj mounted on his steed Qila and seated Samyukta on his lap and galloped away fastly. But the couples were easily captured by Ghori’s, near Sirsuti.
    The Muslims pursued the fleeing Rajput army, while the Rajput front lines remained largely intact, with some of their archery units fighting until sundown. Choosing not to launch a night attack, made good their escape that night.
    Mass of surrendered Rajput soldiers were handcuffed and then murdered, their heads chopped off by Muslims to earn blessings for killing Kafirs on account of their families back in Afghanistan.
    (“the unhappy prisoners were paraded in long lines, given a little parched grain and a drink of water, castrated and beheaded… and their women were raped repeatedly – twenty-two hundred thousand, many of them of the highest aristocratic rank in the land, says the Siyar-ut-Mutakhirin.”)

    About 20, 00,000 Rajput soldiers alike were slain this way in February 1192. Many of the fleeing Rajput women jumped into the Tarain wells as the Muslims raped them and dishonoured their chasity. Many others did their best to hide in the villages near Tarain when even the Hindus of the town refused to give them refuge in fear of Muslims.

    Prithviraj was taken prisoner by Ghori along with his beautiful wife Samyukta. Samyukta, who escaped the battlefield with her fatty husband, was soon captured by the Ghori along with her husband. Ghori eyeballed Samyukta, getting Prithviraj pissed off. Ghori caught Prithviraj’s coupling reproductive organ and crushed it with his hard hands. Samyukta begged Ghori not to kill her handsome husband. Ghori continued to crush Prithviraj’s penis & testis. Ghori prompty put red hot coals in Prithviraj Chauhan’s scrotum. Ghori was humiliating and taunting Prithviraj severely. Ghori pressed Samyukta’s breasts hardly & kissed her butt in front of her husband. Prithviraj spitted on Ghori & shouted, “Don’t touch my wife”. Ghori became angry & crushed Prithviraj penis & testis severely & hardly. Prithviraj lost his life in pain & blood loss as Ghori continuously crushed his testis & penis. Ghori castrated Prithviraj & then removed Prithviraj’s head from his stout body. Samyukta cried for help but in vain. Ugly Ghori raped her repeatedly and forced her into his harem. Ghori later even married Samyukta and made her his chief Queen by giving her the title Mallik-e-jahan. All other wives of Prithviraj chauhan were also dumped into Ghori’s harem. After Ghori’s death in 1206, Qutubuddin captured Samyukta, raped her and made her his wife.

    Ghori who was known to be ugly, brutally and repeatedly raped Samyukta and never allowed her to committee suicide. Her father Jai Chand in remorse later drowned himself in the river Yamuna.

    Thousands of Rajput women were raped by the Muslims & they jumped into the fire and killed themselves (jauhar), unable to bear the rape dishonour. Countless hindus were forcibly converted to Islam

    Ghori’s lieutenant, Qutb-uddin Aibak later ruled India and founded India’s first Muslim ruling dynasty. He ruled over India and made Samyukta as his wife. His constructed the famous Qutab Minar, a mosque and minaret, in the memory of Prithviraj’s big penis which was crushed by his master Ghori.

    The defeat of Prithviraj Chauhan also marked the end of Hindu rule and the turning point in Indian history.
    From then on, until the British came, India was under Muslim yoke and slavery.

    A land that had been protected by Hindu Kush Mountains on its northwest frontier now was a thoroughfare for Muslim invaders and marauders.
    All thanks to haughty activities by Prithviraj, the Chauhan Raja of Hindustan, who was always amorously coupling with his beautiful darling wife – Rani Samyukta! — The first Indian Hindu Queen to be raped by an alien Muslim Sultan, Muhammed Ghori!!

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  16. Ajmer is an ancient and beautiful city in Rajsthan. It was founded by Raja Yudhisthir in Samt. 202. Certain historical and political factors are mainly responsible for its growth and development. The different historical names Ajmer was known at different times are Jai-Meare, Haidrag, AaoMear, Jia Nagar and Jalopur. According to various authors, Raja Yodhisthir ruled over it. Raja Yudhisthir, also known as Chatur Bhuja, founded another State formerly known as Nehrula and now called Patan Gujrat. Because Ajmer was a historic city, remarkable for its picturesque situation and its strategic importance, some prominent Kings founded certain spots and developed them. As Raja Jai Pal selected the city spot on the Hill, Raja Visal Deva selected Anand Kote.
    In short, beginning with Raja Yodhisthir upto Raja Prithvi Raj Chauhan, as many as one hundred and twenty Rajas have ruled over this town during a period of four thousand eight years. Raja Prithviraj Chowhan ruled for 13 years. Then after the second battle of Tarain, which witnessed heavy bloodshed by Hindus, it came under the Muslim Sultan Mohammed Ghori.

    Emperor Prithviraj Chauhan ruled from 1179 to 1192 AD. He was a legendary figure in the Rajput history of India. He was the son of Raja Someshwara who ruled from 1169 to 1179 A D over a big northern part of India. Raja Somdshwara was the 29th ruler in the lineage of Raja Vasudeva who descended form Chahuman the founder of the “Chauhan” clan of Rajputs whose date is untraceable. Raja Vasudeva is however reported to have flourished in Vikram Samvat 608 or 551 AD according to the genealogical tree given at the end of Prabhandakosh.

    Emperor Prithvi Raj was the last Hindu Emperor of India who ruled over a mighty empire from Taragarh Fort of Ajmer and Delhi. He enjoyed the unique distinction of being the “flower of Rajput chivalry and human beauty” of his time. Prithviraj Chauhan was fair, fatty & handsome king with an excessive appetite. He drank 12 litres of milk daily and weighed about 15 karkal i.e, over 90 kgs. His famous bard, Chand has described his heroic exploits and romantic career in “Prithvi Raj Raso,” a rare but historic documentary on the contemporary history of Rajputs in India. It was during the reign of this emperor Prithvi Raj that Hazrat Khawaja Moinuddin Chishty arrived in Ajmer on his holy mission in 1191 AD. The Khawaja Sahib had to resist all the stubborn opposition of Prithvi Raj.

    Politically Ajmer was the pivot of a mighty kingdom that swayed over the most prominent part of India. Geographically it was the heart of India from which the life blood flowed through all the vital veins of the country and socially and economically it was at the zenith of Hindu superiority and power during the time of Khawaja Sahib’s arrival in India. There could, therefore be no other suitable place for the seat of his mission to pilot the movement of Islam in this country.
    At the time, when Khwaja Sahib entered India, King Shahabuddin Ghauri was defeated by Prithviraj, the king of Delhi and Ajmer and his army retreated to Ghazni. Muslims asked Khwaja Sahib (R.A) and his companions not to proceed further as the Muslims had been defeated. But all the Saint said: “You were dependent on swords but we have faith in Almighty.” Thus the caravan reached Multan, at the bank of Ravi. Across the Ravi was located Lahore the capital of Punjab and the high rise spires of temples were telling the tales of splendor of the city.

    After leaving Lahore, Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A) reached Samna (Patiala) and stayed there. Though apparently, people there were sympathetic but in reality they were enemy to him and wanted to harm him. The mother of Prithviraj, King of Delhi and Ajmer was an astrologer and after having knowledge through her astrology, she informed her son about signs of a person who will be the cause of his destruction. She predicted that a Muslim Dervesh would one day arrive in his kingdom. She warned her son that Muslim Dervesh’s entry would bring dishonor to Prithviraj’s wife’s chastity and Prithviraj himself would be killed soon and his kingdom would perish. Prithvi Raj was very much astonished to hear such words from her mouth. In view of this prediction, the king asked the artists to sketch the person who resembled Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A) and sent these sketches to all the border areas. He also ordered his men to kill the person resembling with sketch as and where found. Twelve years after the prediction was made, Prithvi Raj was informed that a Muslim Dervesh had indeed arrived in his kingdom as predicted by Raja’s mother.

    Thus when Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A) reached Samna, Raja’s men seeing the resemblance, tried to kill him. But Khwaja Sahib (R.A) comprehended their inner feelings through Divine inspiration. So he along with his companions slipped from the hands of their enemies safely and reached Ajmer.
    When Khwaja reached Ajmer, Prithviraj was newly married and was honeymooning endlessly with his new beautiful wife, Queen Samyukta. Rani Samyukta was the most beautiful women ever in this world. She was chanted by the historians as 50 kgs Golden Lady. Every man who ought to see her will have his lust aroused. She loved handsome and fat emperor Prithviraj Chauhan very much. Prithviraj was very much infatuated towards beautiful Samyukta. After defeating Ghori in the first battle of Tarain, Prithviraj eloped with this very beautiful young lovely lady, Samyukta, the princess of Kanouj. Prithviraj married Samyuktha and the royal couple continued their honeymoon endlessly. Prithviraj forgot his duties as an emperor and spent all the valuable times with his lovely wife Samyukta and he never came out of her harem. Nor did Samyuktha remember her husband about his duties. They forgot themselves in their love and lust.
    After extensive tours and travels to Kirman, Baghdad, Hamdan, Tabrez, Astrabad, Bukhara, Kharqan, Samarqand Chisht, Harat, Sabzwar and Afghanistan, the Great Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hassan Chishty (R.A.) entered India in 587 Hijri (1191 A.D.) through Shadman, Multan and Lahore. Historians have noted that before the second attack of Sultan Shahabuddin Mohammad Ghori to Prithvi Raj, the Great Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) was already in Ajmer and judging the day of victory of the Islamic forces in 588 Hijri. This means that the Sultan attacked India in 588 Hijri (1192 A.D.) and became victorious by blessings of the Great Khwaja Garib Nawaj (R.A.).
    The Great Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hassan Chishty (R.A) reached Ajmer in the year 587 Hijri. While in Ajmer the Great Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) had to face many troubles created by the Raja Prithviraj Chauhan and his subordinates. The bad treatment received by Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) compelled him to pay the Raja back in the same coin according to the Islamic ethical rules.
    It is a historical fact that the Great Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hassan Chishty (R.A) was the greatest preacher as well as founder of Islam in India. Mohd. Bin Kasim raided Sindh. Muhmud Ghazni entered India, captured up to Lahore and also plundered many cities including Ajmer. But they left without sowing any seeds of Islamic doctrines. It was now during Prithvi Raj’s reign, Mohammed Ghori was defeated, and the Great Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.), the Holy Saint of Allah, arrived at Ajmer with his few followers and camped in a grove of shady trees where Alamgiri mosque is now situated. Raja’s camel keepers objected to their halt at the camels resting spot. The Raja’s camel keepers insisted that the place was meant only for Raja’s camels. Thus these strangers must vacate immedi¬ately and go somewhere else. On hearing such angry and rude instructions from the camel keepers, the Great Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) became angry and replied. “We are leaving this place, but the camels must not get up.” The Raja’s staff took this remark as a joke. The next day, when the camels did not get up in spite of all efforts to make them move, this incident was brought to the notice of Raja Prithvi Raj Chauhan. The Raja became very perturbed and he asked his people to apologize to the Saint. When the camel keepers did so, Hazrat Khwaja Ghareeb Nawaz (R.A.) said, “Now the camels will get up.” On their return the Raja’s men were surprised to see the camels standing.
    Moinuddin Chishti reached near the Annasagar Lake at Ajmer, where a number of holy shrines of Hindus were located. The Great Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty (R.A) caught fish from the ana Sagar and slaughtered cows and cooked beef kebab daily at the sacred place surrounded by many temples.
    These activities were repugnant to the sentiments and religious feelings of the Raja. Around Ana Sagar there were many temples. The Brahmin priests of these temples complained about such anti-Hindu activities to the Raja. The Raja immediately ordered the removal of this Muslim dervesh and his companions from the Ana Sagar Hill.
    Raja Prithvi Raj’s servants not only demanded the removal of Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) and his followers but also arrogantly insisted on their vacating the Ajmer soil. This notice of leaving Ajmer was made in a very indecent and improper tune. In no circumstances could the Great Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) agree to the withdrawal from Ajmer with his companions because he was there under the instructions and command of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W) and by the will of Almighty Allah.
    When all these temple Brahmin priests mobbed and attacked the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) with the ultimate aim of murdering him, Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) took some dust in his own hands and threw it upon these cruel Brahmins which made them retreat and some of them lost sense and some of them lost eye sight and a few even ran away in terror. Khwaja made the idol of the Hindu temple near Annasagar recite the Kalma.
    When the Raja noticed this he became very perturbed and disheartened. Then he took a very inhuman step against the Muslim Faqir and his companions. The Raja in accordance with the Brahmins request, ordered that the water from Ana Sagar be stopped for the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) and his followers.
    Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A) and their companions used to take bath sometimes and performed ablution daily on the bank of Anna Sagar. Now, the Muslims were stopped by the King men for taking bath on the bank of the Anna Sagar and threatened them violently, the Muslims returned to Khwaja Sahib and informed him about the happening.
    Raja Prithvi Raj Chauhan raised the alarm and posted his army on all sides of Ana Sagar and strictly ordered the soldiers that Muslims should not be allowed to carry water from the Ana Sagar. When Hazrat Khwaja Baba’s (R.A.) followers came to take water from Ana Sagar, they saw that the Ana Sagar water was totally banned for them and the Military was posted there. The Muslims became very much irritated. Khwaja Baba’s (R.A.) followers returned with an empty jug to Khwaja Baba (R.A.) and explained whatever they had seen.

    On hearing the events, Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) felt deeply hurt and he himself took the Mashkiza (a small water-skin) and went down towards Ana Sagar. As soon as Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) came across the Hindu soldier, they prevented him from taking water from the Ana Sagar tank. The soldiers could not tolerate Hazrat Khwaja Baba’s (R.A.) angry face. Few became nervous and fell down on the ground unconscious and dropped the sword from his hand. Other soldiers started to attack Khwaja. Khwaja killed all those men by cutting down their coupling organ. The Great Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty (R.A) absorbed and fetched the whole water of the Ajmer city in the Mashkiza (a small water-skin) including the Anna Sagar water. Khwaja had dried the 2 holy lakes of Annasagar and Pansela by the magical heat of Islamic power. All sources of water for the city mysteriously disappeared. Prithviraj’s beautiful wife Samyukta had given birth to a male child then, and she was nursing her baby. Her breasts secreted milk heavily that both her baby and her husband Prithviraj drank it to their full stomach whenever needed. She was proud of her busty breasts which secreted litres of sweet milk. The milk in the breasts of nursing Samyukta and other concubines of Prithviraj dried up. The milk in the breasts of all nursing Hindu women dried up. Even milk in the animals dried up. Prithviraj and his infant could no more drink sweet milk from the breasts of Samyukta. Samyukta felt humiliated as she could not feed milk to her baby and husband. She asked Prithviraj to Kill Khwaja and to restore back milk in her breasts. On hearing Samyukta’s desire, King Prithviraj went to kill Khwaja with his army. But Muinnudin Chisti escaped from there. Prithviraj immediately returned to his harem and started matting with Samyukta as he could not curb his libido. Prithviraj and Samyukta had no problem for water as the Hindu army swiftly brought thousands of litres of water from the holy river Ganges, thousands of litres of milk from Delhi and tones of Ice-Rocks from Himalayas and stored them in Prithviraj’s huge palace. But Samyukta could not tolerate that her beautiful, rounded breasts stopped secreting milk. Samyukta wanted her breasts to be always full of milk and she wanted to feed her baby and husband continuously with her breasts milk. Prithviraj told Samyukta that he would soon restore back milk in her beautiful breasts and carried her to their royal golden bed. Prithviraj and Samyukta matted repeatedly again and again and quickly Samyukta’s breasts began to secrete sweet milk heavily even more than before. Samyukta’s breasts were now over-flowing with sweet milk. Prithviraj continuously sucked Samyukta’s beautiful soft breasts which were now over-flowing with sweet milk. Prithviraj drank Samyukta’s sweet breasts milk to his full stomach and told her that in future if he felt thirsty, he would not drink water but only beautiful Samyukta’s sweet breasts milk, as her breasts now started to over-flow with sweet milk. Prithviraj told Samyukta that even if there were no water it would not affect him, because he was lucky to have a beautiful wife like her with her busty breasts always over-flowing with sweet milk. Prithviraj told Samyukta that he would drink sweet milk from her beautiful soft breasts whenever he felt thirsty. On hearing this, Samyukta was delighted. Samyukta fed her baby happily. Soon she again started to mate with her fatty husband continuously. Now Samyukta was very much proud of her husband because it was prithviraj who bravely pumped his virile semen into her again and again and made her breasts to secrete sweet milk again.
    Prithviraj asked the Hindus to mate with their wives again and again as it was the only way to restore milk back in their wives breasts. The Hindus followed their king’s advice and successfully restored milk back in their wives breasts. The Hindus were proud of their virility and they thanked their proud king Prithviraj. The Hindus made their cattle’s to mate repeatedly and succeeded in restoring back milk and the teats of their cows were now fully developed with litres of milk. Since the Hindus restored back milk in their wives breasts, Khwaja became angry. He felt jealous of Prithviraj’s virility. Khwaja was astonished at the power of Prithviraj’s semen and Samyukta’s fertility, because they were the first couple to break his black-magic through their repeated coupling and matting activities.
    But Prithviraj could not restore back water in Ajmer. This disappearance of water was noted by Prithviraj’s people with consternation. This miracle caused a great change in the sentiments and ambitions of the public. The population of Ajmer was thirsting unbearably for water because of its mysterious disappearance. Consequently, a large number of people embraced Islam at the hand of the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A). Khwaja gave enough water to drink from his mashkiza to the people who embraced Islam. The strength of the opposition to him decreased owing to this unprecedented miracle. Raja Prithviraj desperately wanted to stop this mass scale conversion to Islam. Rani Samyukta suggested her husband Prithviraj to bow to the Muslim saint temporarily. Raja Prithviraj accepted his beautiful wife’s suggestion. Raja Prithvi Raj was criticised by the public for the disappearance of the water. In spite of his best efforts and tactics water could not be restored. At last, as per Samyukta’s suggestion, Raja Prithvi Raj Chauhan personally went to the Great Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) and said that in future he would not ban the use of water for any Muslim. Prithviraj sought his forgiveness and begged him to return the water of Ajmer for its thirsting population. In response to this appeal Khwaja Muinuddeen asked Prithviraj to bring the water-skin in which he had filled the water of the Anasagar Lake. But Prithviraj could not lift it up despite using all his powers. When Prithviraj admitted his helplessness rather shamefully, Khwaja Muinuddeen told him, “This water-skin belongs to the humble servants of Almighty Allah. You Hindu people woefully immersed in worldly greed, riches and temporal powers cannot pick it up.” He then ordered one of his followers to pour back the water from the water-skin in the Anasagar Lake. To the amazement of all present, the disciple had no trouble in lifting up the water-skin and complying with his master’s order. As soon as the water was poured back into the lake, it swelled up as usual, and the normal life of the city was thus restored in a few minutes. Prithviraj apologised to the Saint and the water facility was restored to all instantaneously. Prithviraj felt very much humiliated as he had bowed down to a Muslim saint. Rani Samyukta could not tolerate the humiliation of her proud husband. Samyukta told Prithviraj that she had an excellent plan to kill Khwaja and soon Islam would be eliminated from India. After hearing that, Prithviraj became very much proud of his beautiful wife, as she was intelligent too. Prithviraj and Samyukta started matting again and continued their coupling for many hours.
    Prithviraj soon declared that he just pretended to bow to Khwaja and he would not rest until he eliminates Islam from the soil of Ajmer. Prithviraj vowed that he would soon kill Khwaja and Sultan Ghori. On hearing this, Khwaja cursed that Prithviraj would become impotent and he could not hold up his big penis erectly. Prithviraj told Khwaja that a Muslim’s curse would not affect a pure Hindu like him. Prithviraj and Samyukta went to pushkar temple after their very long honeymoon to thank their God for bleesing them with a male child. The Ugly old Khwaja stealthily entered the temple as the Hindu army was guarding outside the temple. Prithviraj had inserted his big penis in between the two soft butts of Samyukta and his penis was trying to reach out to Samyukta’s lovely vagina. Prithviraj was pressing the soft breasts of Samyukta gently and firmly with his soft hands. Samyukta was holding Prithviraj’s big penis with her tender hands and she was helping Prithviraj’s big penis to reach out to her vagina. By doing so, in front of their God’s idol they prayed for the well being of the Hindus and for the destruction of Muslims. Khwaja came in front of the amorous couple suddenly, and kicked hardly at Prithviraj’s big penis and testis which was now in between Samyukta’s lovely thighs. Prithviraj cried in severe pain. Panicked Samyukta tried to save her husband but Khwaja crushed Samyukta’s soft rounded breasts severely with his hardened hands. Since Samyukta’s breasts were over-flowing with milk, sweet milk was pumped out of her soft beautiful breasts, when Khwaja crushed her soft busty breasts with his hardened hands. Khwaja drank the over-flowing milk from Samyukta’s breasts. Khwaja kissed licked, sucked and had severely bitten Samyukta’s soft sweet rounded breasts. Samyukta cried in agony and severe pain. Khwaja pushed Samyukta down and tried to rape her. Khwaja had bitten Samyukta’s butts and lips hardly. Prithviraj bearing his pain, came back to save his wife Samyukta from being raped by Khwaja. Khwaja again gave another hard kick to Prithviraj’s penis and testis and told now his curse would work. Khwaja crushed Prithviraj’s penis and testis with his hardened hands. Prithviraj cried in severe pain and shouted for help. Khwaja removed the jacket of Samyukta partly and was trying to rape her. Soft Samyukta resisted the hard Khwaja, but she could not stop him. Now both Prithviraj and Samyukta shouted for help. Hearing their King’s and Queen’s shout for help, the Hindu army guarding outside the temple rushed in. Khwaja knowing the situation escaped from there. The Hindu army came quickly and saved their Raja and Rani.
    Prithviraj and Samyukta went back to their fort and they rushed to their golden harem. Prithviraj carried his charming, lovable wife Samyukta with him to their royal golden bed. Prithviraj started to pump his big penis into Samyukta’s beautiful vagina. Prithviraj fired by his lingering wrath, thought of hurting the Khwaja terribly but as soon as this evil thought occurred, he lost erection of his big penis and could not penetrate deeply into his beautiful wife’s vagina. But when his Queen Samyukta licked and sucked his big penis with her lovely mouth, his heart suddenly softened and he regained the erection of his big penis. By that night, he had such miraculous experiences no less than 8 times. When Prithviraj’s inserted his sweet tongue into Samyukta’s lovely vagina, Samyukta licked and sucked her husband Prithviraj’s big penis continuously. At last Prithviraj got back his virility and he poured his honey like semen into Samyukta’s lovely mouth. Prithviraj completely sucked out Samyukta’s vaginal fluid. Prithviraj was encouraged by Samyukta to drink her soft breasts sweet milk often as he would get continuous energy to pump into her. Prithviraj became more virile than before and his Penis became bigger than before. Prithviraj’s penis was now over-flowing with sweet semen and he pumped his semen continuously into his wife’s vagina. Prithviraj and Samyukta never left their bed. Prithviraj and Samyukta were continuously matting and coupling with each other endlessly. Samyukta drank Prithviraj’s over-flowing honey like semen poured in her mouth by Prithviraj’s big penis continuously and Prithviraj drank Samyukta’s soft rounded breasts sweet milk continuously. Soon Samyukta was made Pregnant for the second time by Prithviraj. On knowing about Prithviraj’s over-flowing semen from his very big penis, Khwaja felt humiliated, as his black-magic could not stop Prithviraj’s ever growing virility. Actually Prithviraj became even more virile after Khwaja’s curse because of Samyukta’s soft licks and sucks. On hearing about Samyukta’s second pregnancy, Khwaja felt severely humiliated as his powers could not even stand before potent Samyukta’s ever growing fertility and virile Prithviraj’s powerful potency. Seeing their King’s and Queen’s potency, which humiliated Khwaja, the Hindus became proud of their religion.
    Few days later, a person met the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) and said that he had come to pay homage. Khwaja Baba (R.A.) replied “Here I am, but first fulfill your promise that brings you here.” The man trembled on hearing this and soon admitted that he was sent by Rani Samyukta to murder Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) as she could not tolerate the mass conversion of Hindus to Islam under Khwaja. He begged to be pardoned by the Saint who forgave him. This person then embraced Islam and became one of his mureed for the rest of his life. After this incident, Khwaja uttered, “Rani Samyukta will cry soon. Her soft, rounded, busty breasts will be pressed hard and her swan like butts will be bitten hard by the Muslim Sultan Ghori. Rani Samyukta will be raped repeatedly by Ugly Mohammed Ghori and her handsome husband Prithviraj will be mercilessly killed by Ugly Ghori.”
    One day an old woman tearfully came to the Saint who was at that time performing his prayers. She told him that Prithviraj had murdered her son because her son had embraced Islam and was sighting at Rani Samyukta, when she was bathing with her husband Prithviraj. She begged the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) for help. He, taking his walking stick asked the woman to show the place where the body of her son was lying. Some Muslims also followed him. Placing the dismembered head in its proper position on the corpse, he prayed to Allah to restore the life of the dead man as he was innocent and all the Muslim men were having the rights to rape beautiful Hindu women even if she was the Rani of the Raja. The young man got up whole and hearty and the very next moment both he and his old mother fell down at the feet of the Saint of Ajmer out of gratitude. Hearing about this miracle, Prithviraj and Samyukta panicked.
    One day, while sitting on the back of the Ana Sagar lake at Ajmer, the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) saw a cowherd (boy) passing before him with a herd of cows. The Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) asked the boy for some milk. The cowherd replied that he was a Hindu and a follower of king Prithviraj, and he was unable to give milk to a Muslim. The Great Saint smiled and told the young boy that the cows would become immature and at once the cows became immature. The boy tried his best to milk the cows but they secreted no milk. The young lad was so awe-struck by the holy Saint and his miracle that he became an ardent devotee of the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.).
    One day a Mureed (disciple) of the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) came to him and complained that a General of Raja Prithviraj had subjected him to incessant harassment as he kissed the breasts of that General’s beautiful wife and that day he had also banished him from the confines of the city. The Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) told his Mureed to return home telling him that the Hindu General had already been punished by God. When the man returned home, he heard of that General’s death owing to a fatal fall from his horse while returning home hastily to have love with his wife.
    In spite all of his efforts, plans and tortures perpetrated on Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) Raja Prithvi Raj was unable compel the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) or bring him under his control against the supreme divine will. He could not succeed in arresting or killing the Great Hazrat Khwaja Ghareeb Nawaz (R.A). Even after such misbehavior on Raja Prithvi Raj’s part, the Great Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty (R.A) several times invited him directly and indirectly to embrace Islam, but he always rejected the proposal.
    Among the many temples there was a magnificent temple wherein the Raja and his wife Samyukta used to offer their worship. The chief priest of this temple was a very learned Brahman named Shadi Dev who was a bitter opponent of Khwaja Muinuddeen’s stay in Ajmer. Rani Samyukta told Shadi Dev about the atrocities of Khwaja and the humiliations suffered by her husband. Samyukta ordered Shadi Dev to kill Khwaja at any cost. Rani Samyukta gave 20,00,000 gold coins to Shadi Dev and told that if he succeeded in killing Khwaja, she would give him 20 villages as a reward. When Shadi Dev heard this he told to the Rani that he would soon bring the severed head of Khwaja soon. Shadi Dev approached Khwaja stealthily when he was doing Namaz and tried to kill him. But as soon as he was face to face with Khwaja Muinuddeen, he was so over-awed by the Saint’s power, that he forgot himself and could not resist the spontaneous urge to offer his obeisance to the great Saint. Asking for forgiveness for his misbehavior, Shadi Dev at once embraced Islam and became a disciple of Khwaja Muinuddeen in Ajmer.
    Prithvi Raj consulted with his priests and his trusted counselor Ajai Pal. Ajai Pal had a large number of chelas (disciples) in the field of magic, black arts, witch craft and astrology. The Raja told his most worthy magicians to remove and kill this Muslim Faqir along with his followers to save their religion. The Raja also repeated the prophetic words of his mother about the fall of his kingdom. On hearing this Guru Ajai Pal assured the Raja that he should not worry at all, and that the Faqir was only a fake person. He would turn him out of Ajmer and in future no such type of Muslim would dare come here.
    The next day Ajai Pal and a group of disciples arrived at the spot. Ajai Pal, the Guru of the several chelas as well as Raja Prithvi Raj Chauhan, started the maiden attack on Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty (R.A) who was unarmed. The Great Saint was busy in meditation and contemplation. When Hazrat Khwaja’s Baba’s (R.A.) disciples informed him of the situation, he got ready to repulse their attacks.
    He drew a circle on the ground around him and his followers for protection against Ajai Pal’s magical attacks. Firstly, Ajai Pal launched a number of Chakras into the air through a whirlwind. The fundamental function of these chakras was that they cut everything it touched or came across into pieces. But these did not harm either the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) or his followers. These chakras, whirling violently in the air went back to Ajai Pal and his chelas. They got furious because their magic proved useless. Thus Ajai Pal’s first attempt failed.
    Hazrat Khwaja Ghareeb Nawaz (R.A) instructed his followers that nobody should go out of that circle around them. Whatever would come either magical or material would fall outside of that marked circle.
    After this failure, Ajai Pal became very angry and he attacked the Great Khwaja Baba’s (R.A.) little group with a large number of horrible boas, venomous snakes, scorpions poisonous and dreadfully injurious worms. All these sprang up and rushed towards Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) and his party from all directions. But as soon as they proceeded near the Great Saint’s protective circle, they all perished. This dreadful attack also failed and Ajai Pal got even more furious because his second attack was repulsed by the Almighty’s humble servant.
    At last Ajai Pal and his chelas made the last attack by raising a cloudy storm cyclone, with fire, water and stones. All these ran towards the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) causing an intolarable noise. Even this had no effect on the Holy Saint and his companions. Instead it turned back to wreak havoc among Ajai Pal’s followers.
    These failed attacks on the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) and his followers were being watched carefully by the general public and made them think carefully as to which side possesses Allah’s blessings. Ajai Pal and the Raja Prithviraj were faced with a seemingly hopeless and desperate situation. The frustrated Raja Prithviraj threatened Ajai Pal with dire consequences if he did no save the honour and religion of the kingdom. Ajai Pal made the last bid to recover his ruined prestige and honour.
    Ajai Pal brought out a Tiger-Skin, sat on it and flew into the sky. In a few moments he disappeared in the air. Up till now, every feat was judged patiently by the followers of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty (R.A). One of them, not being able to tolerate these types of feats of Ajai Pal, invited the Great Khwaja Baba’s (R.A.) attention to the problem. He urged him to intervene and do something against those horrible feats and the Great Saint smiled and ordered his Nalain (leather Sandals which Muslim faqirs wear like chappals) to go up in the air and bring Ajai Pal down to the ground. As Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) ordered his nalain, both of them went into the air flying and instantaneously brought the flying magician down to the Great Khwaja Baba’s (R.A.) feet by continuously striking Ajai Pal’s head. Ajai Pal was shocked to see the great power of the Holy Saint’s leather sandals. He totally surrendered himself to the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) after losing his final attack. Ajai Pal was now at the mercy of the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.). He lay there waiting for the Holy Saint’s orders. The Great Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty (R.A) then asked him to embrace Islam and accepted his apology. Ajai Pal immediately embraced Islam and became a devoted disciple. The Great Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) named him Abdullah Bayabani.
    The Great Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) did not yield to the Raja Prithviraj inspite of his continuous efforts and tactics. Consequently, Raja Prithviraj failed to realize the supreme powers of Islam through which the Great Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) was asked to visit Ajmer. Finally, Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) turned to action and thus, the Raja’s active supporters, Sadi Deva and Ajoypal, embraced Islam.
    These two Hindus-Sadi Deva and Ajaipal were later devoted followers of the Great Khwaja Moinuddin Hassan Chishty (R.A.). Impressed by his teachings they embraced Islam. They made a request to the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.), asking him to shift from Ana Sagar to the city in order to enable the citizens of Ajmer to derive full benefit from his divine preaching.
    The Saint’s missionary work flourished. It has been recorded that he performed more than 5,000 miracles during his stay in India. His followers turned up in a large numbers from the neighbuoring areas and embraced Islam. At this juncture, the Great Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) once again extended his cordial invitation to Raja Prithviraj Chauhan to follow his teachings and embrace Islam. But the offer was turned down by Raja Prithviraj.
    The conversion to Islam of Shadi Deva and Ajaipal had adversely affected the power and prestige of the proud and ambitious ruler Prithvi Raj. He started persecution and harassment of the new followers of the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) out of revenge. He continuously insulted a courtier, who sought the help of the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.). When this malpractice of the courtier was brought to the notice of the Raja Prithviraj, he was terribly enraged and ordered a Durbar to be held. At this Durbar, the Raja Prithviraj explained the Saint’s attempt at polluting their religious beliefs and also inciting the people to gain influence in the political affairs. But his attempt proved futile and he could not kill the newly converted Muslim people & the Muslim Saint. The Raja called the Saint a Melacher Rapist and Khwaja was not liked by the public. The Raja who had not been tolerating the presence of the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) so far concluded the Durbar by saying that soon he will kill Khwaja and will get Muslims out of Ajmer.
    When the news about the Durbar reached the Saint’s ears, the Great Hazrat Khwaja Baba (R.A.) simply remarked; “We will kill Raja Prithviraj and hand over his beautiful wife Samyukta to Sultan Ghori.” These utterings of the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) confused his followers as they knew well that Khwaja Baba (R.A.) being a Holy Saint, had neither political ambitions nor any army or equipment to kill Raja Prithviraj and to capture his beautiful Queen Samyukta. They, however, soon realized that Khwaja Baba (R.A.) was a man of Allah. His utterances would have serious consequences and hence they waited for the results. The Khwaja had a burning desire to destroy the rule of the handsome Rajput king, Prithviraj Chauhan, and to rape his beautiful wife, Queen Samyukta. Khwaja said, “Muhammad Ghori will soon kill Prithviraj and will rape his wife beautiful Samyukta. Ghori will seize Pithaura’s beautiful wife Samyukta and will rape her repeatedly. Ghori will hand over Pithaura’s beautiful concubines to the army of Islam. The army of Islam will rape his concubines again and again.”
    His utterances would always mean the general well-being of Muslims and would consequently prove true sooner or later any how. The very day the Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) utterred these grave words, Sultan Shahabuddin Ghori, who was sitting in his chamber at Ghazni; pondering over his defeat at the hands of Prithvi Raj in a gloomy atmosphere, suddenly felt giddy and retired to bed. Immediately thereafter he saw a venerable aged person in his dream, commanding him to: “Get up. Raja Prithviraj was newly married and was continuously matting with his beautiful wife. He completely luxuriated himself for coupling with his amorous Queen Samyukta. It is the right time to attack his huge force. The Almighty has granted you the beautiful wife of Prithviraj. The breasts of Samyukta, the beautiful wife of Raja Prithviraj are yearning to be kissed by your holy lips, and Prithviraj’s penis and testis are waiting to be crushed out by your holy hands. Come on Ghori.” This dream made the Sultan restless and gave him will and strength; an eternal power again and again urged him to attack Prithviraj Chauhan. Immediately, as a result of the divine order of the dream and in order to avenge his previous defeat at the hands of Raja Prithvi Raj, the Sultan started preparations for attacking Raja Prithvi Raj once again. No one could contemplate such a daring venture so soon after a defeat. However, the strange voice was ringing in his ears continuously, calling upon him to attack India immediately and kill Raja Prithvi Raj, as the Raja’s beautiful wife was waiting for him.
    As the Sultan could no longer resist the urge, he mobilized his army to march towards India. The goal was to rape Prithviraj’s beautiful wife Samyukta. But it was kept Secret. Even his trusted Generals did not know the final destination. While the Sultan was camping at Peshawar, a closely related gentleman to the Sultan enquired about the urgent preparation and the final destination of attack. The Sultan, while replying to the old man referred to his earlier defeat at the hands of Rai Pithora (Prithviraj Chauha) and said that ever since his defeat he had neither changed his blood-stained clothes nor slept in his bed chamber nor visited his Harem nor matted with his wife. He added further that he had not seen even the faces of women. Khiljis and Afghans had betrayed and deserted him on the battle-field. The old man realized the delicacy and seriousness of the whole situation and advised the Sultan to act very prudently and before going to the battlefield to forgive his soldiers and seek their co-operation and alliance by giving them the assurance of rewards of beautiful Hindu women & gold. The Sultan accepted the advice and accordingly issued orders to the Soldiers to meet him at Multan. At the Durbar held at Multan he appealed to them in the name of Islam to be prepared to fight up to the last man and erase the blot of disgrace owing to their previous defeat. He impressed upon them that they should be loyal and faithful and do their best to win the battle. He assured them that they would be rewarded with beautiful Hindu ladies and gold if they win this battle. The Soldiers were greatly motivated by his rewards and bowed in obedience, expressing their loyalty to the Sultan by placing both their hands on the scabbard of his sword.
    Ghori collected his force and again invaded India not only to kill Prithviraj but also to rape his charming and lovable wife Samyukta. Prithviraj was alarmed by this news and the Chauhan ruler was fully alive to the rise of this “beef-eating Mlechha named Ghori in the north-west who ruled Garjani [Ghazni]”. Prithviraj again formed a vast army that was many times greater in numerical strength than that of Ghori.
    The army of Islam returned to Lahore from there the Sultan sent a message to Raja Prithvi Raj at Ajmer through his able and loyal ambassador, Syed Qawamul Ruknuddin Hamza. The message read as follows:
    “I, on behalf of my elder brother who is the king of all Musalmans from Panjab to Khorasan, have arrived in India for the military campaign. Therefore, I write to Rai Pithora (Prithvi Raj) who is the Maharaja of all Indian Rajas asking him to accept Islam and submit his beautiful Queen to me, thus saving his country from destruction and bloodshed.”
    Raja Prithvi Raj on receipt of the above message was greatly enraged as it was not at all possible for him to tolerate this humiliating message, being a victor in the last war. He immediately issued orders to his 150 confederates for mobilization. Within a short time, a mighty Hindu army of 30 lakhs (30,00,000) soldiers, 5 lakhs (5,00,000) horses and 50,000 war elephants was ready to face and beat back the attack. Most of the soldiers in Prithviraj’s army were newly married, including Raja Prithviraj himself. Prithviraj could not curb his libido. So Prithviraj carried his beautiful wife Samyukta, while going to the battlefield. Seeing their brave handsome Raja carrying his beautiful lovely Rani with him, the newly married soldiers carried their beautiful wives to the battlefield. Other young Hindu soldiers who were not married carried either their concubines or the prostitutes along with them to the battlefield. Thus this Hindu army also consisted of 30 lakhs (30,00,000) beautiful Hindu women. The Hindu women helped their husbands by preparing food for them, helping them in making tents in the battlefield and mainly by accompanying their husbands in bed regularly in nights and sometimes also in the daytime inside their tents in the battlefield. The Sultan had a Muslim army comprising only 1 lakh 20 thousand (120,000) soldiers. This army had already advanced from Lahore and camped at Tarain (Tarawri), which is 14 miles from Thanesar or 40 kms from Delhi. This historic battle was a turning point in both the Islamic as well as Indian histories. In reply to the Sultan’s ultimatum Raja Prithvi Raj wrote as follows:
    “That the Commander-in-Chief of Islam must have heard by now through his spies that for the sake of protecting our ‘Women’, and yet more reinforcements are arriving from all over the country. Every Rajput soldier of our army is so brave and courageous that no Muslim can touch our women. It is better for you to take care of your Tartars and Afghan soldiers. Your purpose is to capture, rape, and marry our women, which cannot be fulfilled and we swear by our youth and you must remember, that at this moment we will not allow even a single Muslim to go back alive.”
    On receiving the above communications, the Sultan was greatly perturbed because the number and strength of the enemy’s army was far greater than that of his own. He, in spite of this, did not lose courage. After very careful consideration, the Sultan sent a very tactful and diplomatic reply to Raja Prithvi Raj Chowhan, which reads as follows:
    “You have given us very decent advice of affection and favour, but you know I am unable to act unless I get a command from the Capital, which requires time. Perhaps, the terms and conditions of the treaty would be that the borders are under our control, the rest of India shall remain in your hands and we will never rape your women again in future.”
    Raja Prithvi Raj did not realize the significance of this letter and took it on its face value. In fact, he laughed at the enemy’s weakness expressed in the letter. This resulted in a general relaxation in the Rajput Camp, followed by rejoicing, happiness, dancing, and merry making. The Rajputs were coupling and matting with their beautiful wives throughout the night in the Rajput camp. Proud Raja Prithviraj thought the Muslims would run away, and he rushed to his golden tent. Inside his golden tent, slender Rani Samyukta dressed in golden saree and jacket was waiting for her fatty husband Prithviraj. Fatty Prithviraj carried his beautiful sexy wife Samyukta to his golden bed and the couple started to mate continuously. Prithviraj and Samyukta matted and coupled several times throughout that night. They slept tiredly in early morning, with Prithviraj’s big penis completely occluding Samyukta’s lovely vagina and continuously pumping sweet semen into her vagina. Prithviraj’s mouth was continuously sucking the over-flowing sweet milk from Samyukta’s soft lovely rounded breasts and Samyukta’s lovely vagina was over-flowing with Prithviraj’s sweet semen pumped into her vagina continuously by his big penis. However, in the Sultan’s camp it was not so. Everybody was terribly busy in secret preparations for a surprise and sudden attack on the Rajput army. The Sultan himself led a portion of the army under cover of darkness through a long and circuitous route, involving some units and surprised Raja Prithviraj in a dawn raid. This resulted in complete confusion in the Rajput soldiers, who enjoyed all night by coupling & matting with their beautiful wives. The rajput army was enjoying sensual pleasure and the Hindu soldiers were amorous with their beautiful ladies. Prithviraj kept on matting with his young beautiful queen Samyukta inside his tent in the battlefield. When the Muslims attacked the Hindus in early morning hours, every Rajput soldier was matting with his lady. What was worst is that Prithviraj didn’t stop matting his beautiful young wife Samyukta even after the Muslims commenced their lethal attack. Prithviraj came out of his tent only after three hours, only after matting with Samyukta for atleast some twenty times in panic, after the Muslims commenced their cruel attack. But still the rajputs gained considerable success initially merely due to their huge numbers. Still Raja Prithvi Raj kept his presence of mind; Prithviraj gathered his army and tried to resist the onslaught.
    The Sultan organized his army into four parts, each under a commander, and ordered them to attack immediately at his signal. Inspire of great confusion that prevailed in the Rajput camp, the brave Rajput soldiers fought valiantly. The Muslim soldiers started losing their moral and started losing ground, the Sultan then made a clever move by retreating. The Rajput soldiers, seeing them flee, chased them. At other points, the Sultan signaled his reserved units to attack the Rajput soldiers from the rear, but he could not succeed and the Sultan’s army suffered some losses.
    At noon, the battle remained drawn. Raja Prithvi Raj Chauhan gathered his troops and persuaded them into taking an oath to fight the enemy to the bitter end to save the honour of their women. On the other hand, when the Sultan saw no sign of victory, he removed his bejeweled steel helmet and wrapped his coffin cloth on his head. He drew his sword from its sheath; which he smashed into pieces. He then selected 12,000 fresh swordsmen and ordered them to act strictly as he died. This meant for them victory or death but no retreat from the battlefield. With this determined preparation, the Sultan’s forces charged the Raja’s army like lightening and succeeded in capturing the rajput women. There was complete confusion in the Hindu column, who were scattered all around. The Rajputs ran to save their wives and were killed mercilessly by the Muslims. Raja’s army was tired as it was fighting since morning. The Sultan sensed the opportunity. He launched a very strong attack with his 20 strong warriors who all of a sudden reached in the heart of enemy’s army and captured many beautiful wives of a number of Raja’s. When the other chiefs of Sultan’s army saw the scene, they also pressed the enemy from left and right. In a moment, a million Rajputs were killed and most of their women were captured. The Muslims started raping rajput women who were like soft musk deer. The Hindus got distracted and they now concentrated in protecting their wives from being raped by Muslims. The Rajput army became panic. Meanwhile the elephant’s force, which was the back bone of Raja’s army, was also routed by Muslim soldiers. Rajputs tried their best to face the position but in vain. Gharib Nawaz’s (R.A) words were to be proved true, and they were. It was dusk when the sultan’s army completely destroyed the enemies. Muslims not only defeated but also destroyed the Hindu army. In this onslaught, a large number of Rajput Rajas were killed. Raja Prithvi Raj with great efforts, saved his beautiful wife, Queen Samyukta, from being raped by the Muslims and the couple mounting on a fast steed, ran away from the battle-field. But Sultan Ghori had seen that Prithviraj was escaping with his beautiful wife. The Sultan chased down and captured Prithviraj along with his beautiful wife Samyukta. Ghori captured beautiful queen Samyukta and started raping that heavenly Venus. Prithviraj fought bravely with Ghori to protect his beautiful wife from being raped by Ghori. Ghori butchered Prithviraj in head to head combat as fatty Prithviraj was no match for Muscular Ghori. Ghori killed Prithviraj, by crushing Prithviraj’s big penis and testis with his hardened iron hands. Prithviraj lost his big penis and testis to Ghori, fell down in severe pain and died. Ghori chopped off Prithviraj’s head from his body and holded Prithviraj’s head at his spear tip and waved it in front of panic sticken Hindus. On seeing the cruel death of her handsome fatty husband Prithviraj, Samyukta panicked and tried to run away. Ghori caught and continuously raped the beautiful Rani Samyukta, by the side of her husband’s beheaded and castrated corpse. Seeing their Kings head at the Muslim’s spear tip and their holy amorous Queen being raped continuously by Ghori, the remaining rajputs who survived the Islam’s lethal attack now panick sticken and they took to their heels and ran away from the battlefield leaving away their beautiful wives unprotected in the battlefield as a prey to the ugly Muslims. The beautiful Hindu Rajput women cried for help but were left helpless in the battlefield as most of their Hindu men were killed and the others ran away. Now the beautiful Hindu women prayed to their Gods to save them from Islamic rapes, but alas! Their Gods too left them unprotected like their fatty husbands, only to be raped repeatedly by the Ugly Muslims. Thus the Muslims massacred and crushed the Hindus. The Sultan immediately proceeded towards Ajmer, and on the way, he captured thousands of beautiful Hindu women and distributed those beauties to the Muslim soldiers.
    In the end Shahabuddin Ghauri immerged victorious and the hold of Muslims on northern India became stronger. The Rajputs king-doms like Saraswati, Samana, Kohram and Hansi were captured without any difficulty. Nobody challenged him but the sons of defeated and slain Rajas tried to stop him. But Ghori massacred them in no time. After reaching Ajmer, Ghori marched straight to Prithviraj’s Harem and captured Prithviraj’s beautiful wives & concubines. He raped Samyuktha again and again. She could not bear the disgrace of constant rapes made on her by Ghori. Ghori even killed the new born infant son of Prithviraj and Samyuktha. All other wives of Raja Prithviraj’s harem were also raped.
    The Sultan had the honour at Ajmer of kissing the breasts of Prithviraj’s beautiful wife Samyukta in the Durbar in front of all the Muslim inhabitants and infidels. The evening was falling when Shahabuddin finished his raping in Ajmer. He heard Azan which made him surprised. On inquiring, people told him that some Fakir who had arrived a short time ago, used to call like this five times daily. The king took the direction. The Jamaat for prayers was ready. He joined it. Gharib Nawaz (R.A) was leading the Namaz.

    As and when the prayers were over, and the king saw Khwaja Shaib (R.A), he was very much surprised, since he recognised the Saint as the same venerable aged person who as had urged him to kill Prithviraj and rape Samyukta in his dream at Ghazni. The Great Khwaja Baba (R.A.) accepted the Sultan as his disciple. He wanted to fall flat on the feet of Gharib Nawaz (R.A) but the Khwaja embraced the king instead. Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A) blessed him and asked him to sit. When he regained, he made a request for Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A) to accept his offerings. Khwaja was pleased. Sultan Ghori offered 12 beautiful concubines of Raja Prithviraj captured from his harem to Khawaja. Khwaja accepted them with great pleasure and raped all those beautiful women on that same evening.

    After staying in Ajmer for few days, Sultan Shahabuddin Muhammed Ghauri marched towards Delhi and captured it. Sultan Shahabuddin plundered Delhi and captured thousands of beautiful Hindu women. He appointed Qutubuddin Aibak (a very trusted and able slave) to construct victory tower at Delhi and went back to Ghazni. Qutubuddin captured rest of small kingdoms in north India in a very short span of time and soon the Muslims got hold of the entire north India.
    With the death of the Raja Prithviraj Chauhan, the Great Hazrat Khwaja Baba’s (R.A.) mission was fulfilled. Khwaja Baba (R.A.), with his headquarters at Ajmer, sent forth his disciples to all parts of the country to preach Islam. The Great Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hassan Chishty (R.A) being a very pious Muslim saint felt severe enmity towards Raja Prithviraj. He ordered Raja Prithviraj to give up Hinduism and Convert to Islam. It was the Raja Prithviraj’s own proud attitude and belligerence that brought about his down-fall. The Great Hazrat Khwaja Baba’s (R.A.) main aim was to root out Hinduism and idol-worship from the territory of India. In this mission he succeeded largely and now the durbar of the Saint stands firmly on the soil of Ajmer, which was once the proud capital of Prithviraj Chauhan.

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  17. India is the only country in the world that remained under foreign rule for eight hundred years.

    Indian history blames Jai Chand for not helping Prithviraj when Ghori to attacked India.
    Muslims blame that Prithvi Raj Chauhan had kidnapped and raped Sanyogita, the minor aged daughter of Jai Chand. (They were cousins)
    Indian history has all praises for Prithvi Raj Chauhan.
    In fact, Sanyogita was Prithvi Raj Chauhan’s wife and he did not need to rape her. And regarding her fleeing away with Chauhan, we have seen many such love affairs in our Hindu society, where the lovers flee away from their parents and marry.
    Sanyogita loved Prithviraj, is written in Raso.
    But the Muslims blame that Sanyogita, a minor loved his uncle Prithvi Raj, who was also a minor and both of them were just 23 years of age when they married, (in fact Sanyogita was 22 days elder than Prithviraj and this is clearly exposed in Raso), and the Muslims believe that it was not love but pure LUST?
    Muslims say that anyhow, India paid a very heavy price for Prithvi Raj’s lust.
    Yes. It is true that India paid a very heavy price for Prithvi Raj’ lust.

    Indian Muslims thank fatty PrithviRaj and slender Sanyogita for what they are today because they gave them and their ancestors their new religion ISLAM. Indian Muslims say that If not for those two they would still be a shivlingum hugging Kaafir Hindu.

    The Muslims say that Prithviraj raped sanyogita and he was her own cousin. It is true that Prithviraj was Sanyogita’s own maternal-uncle.
    It is true that Prithviraj and Sanyogita were of same age but the Muslims must remember that their Old Proph.Mohammad raped and married young girls. Is that ok for them?
    Muslims say that kidnapping a minor girl and sleeping in bed with her, even with her consent is known as ‘rape’.
    Muslims say that Prithviraj raped Sanyogita daily. Muslims say that the Hindus must stop blaming Ghori for raping Queen Sanyogita, as he did the same what Prithviraj did.
    Muslims say that the only difference is Ghori raped Sanyogita against her wishes while Prithviraj raped her with her full permission.
    Hindus are avoiding the main point that for Prithviraj’s lust India paid a very heavy price.

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  18. Prithviraj chauhan was the king of ajaymeru (now ajmer ) ,who also ruled over delhi. He was the most powerful king in north India. Huge parts of the north India, including Rajasthan, eastern Punjab, northern MP and eastern UP, were under the rule of prithviraj chauhan who dominated the whole north India.

    By the time of prithviraj, the rajputs had dominated India for a period of 5 and half centuries. They were a people who followed a code of chivalry, did not hurt innocent women and children in war. Indeed, people went about calmly working and tilling their fields while armies fought battles nearby! In short, dharmayudda!

    They also considered death in battle the passageway to heaven if they fought for saving their women’s chastity, and were not at all afraid to die. But the major weakness of this was that to them, the result of the battle was not important, it was more important to fight bravely to save their women from Islamic rapes without caring for their lives.

    In the 11th century, one of the greatest generals of Islam mahmud of ghazni invaded india 17 times, including somnath in gujrat, which he utterly destroyed, and the weakness of the Hindu military power was glaringly exposed to the Muslims.
    But muhammad ghauri, the opponent of prithviraj was defeated by prithviraj himself in an early encounter.

    The chief advantage of the turks was archery, and their main technique was the Islamic parthian shot. This involved turning back while the horse was galloping at full speed, and still be able to fire the arrows accurately backwards on the chasing opponent.

    Thus the opponent could be lured into chasing the Muslim army which feigned retreat, and suddenly the fleeing Muslim army would turn back on their horses and fire arrows on the enemy, surprising the opponent.

    This was not easy, as firing arrows backwards accurately while the horse was moving forwards required a lot of skill and practice, but the Muslims had mastered it.

    Mahmud of ghazni’s invasions resulted in loss of western punjab, the northwest frontier of Hindus to the Muslims, while sind and baluchistan had already gone to Muslims.

    Thus the area that has become Pakistan was under muslim occupation for a much longer time than other parts of India, which explains the greater Muslim population in that area, and resulted in the creation of Pakistan.

    Later mahmuds dynasty was replaced by the ghurids, to whom muhammad ghauri, prithviraj’s principle opponent belonged. As western punjab passed to him from mahmuds dynasty, he already had a foothold in India.

    Now he confronted the brave and fatty prithviraj, the ruler of northern India, with his capitals at ajmer and dhillika (delhi).

    Ghauri decided to invade delhi declaring that ”he would send the cow-faced hindus to hell”. He proclaimed jehad, and advanced with a force of 50,000 horsemen on delhi, which was governed by govind rai, prithviraj’s brother.

    But as luck would have it, prithviraj was in the vicinity of delhi (actually dhillika), not in ajaymeru (ajmer) his main capital. prithviraj had with him a force of three lakhs cavalry (horsemen), thirty thousand war-elephants and twenty lakhs infantry (foot-soldiers).

    The two met at the village of tarain, near thaneswar north of delhi.

    Ghauri’s army was divided into 3 wings, right, left and center.

    The rajputs had all taken opium, which made them forget all attachment to the world, and fight with reckless bravery.

    They attacked in a solid mass onto the muslims. The muslims were overwhelmed by the superior numbers of the hindus.

    The sheer force of the rajput attack seperated the right and left wing of the muslim army from the center, and the muslims began to lose heart.

    Ghauri decided to bolster up his force’s courage and attacked govind rai, prithviraj’s brother with a lance that broke his teeth but undaunted govind rai picked up a spear, and threw with accurate aim, wounding ghauri, who fell from his horse.

    Just as govind rai’s bodyguards began to close in to kill ghauri, a muscular muslim soldier quickly picked him up on his horse, and carried him to safety.

    By this time the rout of the muslims was complete, and the first battle of tarain had gone in favour of the hindus .

    Ghauri had done the mistake of meeting the brave rajputs in frontal charge, where the rajputs excelled due to their large numbers, instead of using archers to attack them from far. Hence he had lost.

    True to their chivalrous spirit, the rajputs tried to destroy the retreating muslims but prithviraj had done a mistake which would cost his dear life in the days to come. Prithviraj was in a hurry to attend the swayamvara of his lady-love Sanyukta at kannouj, as he wanted to elope with her. He ordered one part of his vast army to chase the muslims, the other part to capture the fort of bhatinda and he himself with a part of his army went to kannouj. As the muslims rode on thin horses, they fled with their lives intact, out-pacing stout hindu horses, free to fight another battle.

    Prithviraj successfully eloped with his beautiful lover, princess sanyukta, the daughter of jaychand, the ruler of kanauj and married her. Prithviraj had thus incurred the wrath of jaychand.

    prithviraj returned in triumph to his capital which was gayly decorated for welcoming him by his charming wife sanyukta. Here, prithviraj remained immersed in carnal pleasures and sensual enjoyment with his beautiful young wife sanyukta, and neglected to take part in the siege of bhatinda fort. This was his grave mistake as he should have realized that ghauri would attack again. He should have hastened the capture of bhatinda fort. But prithviraj clearly had become overconfident of his strength and was busy in honeymooning with his beautiful queen sanyukta.
    Instead of leading the siege of bhatinda fort himself, prithviraj stayed in his luxurious harem, coupling with his beautiful wife sanyukta. Prithviraj sent a powerful division of his army consisting of five lakhs soldiers under his brave general khandey rai and laid siege to the fort of bhatinda. This rajput army possessed many siege engines, but still could not capture the fort. Eventually, all the 1200 muslims inside the fort were starved to death and the fort surrendered after thirteen months. But this again exposed prithviraj’s lack of military skills.

    Prithviraj’s achievements were sung by his court poet chanda bardai, who has left us an account from which we know many amorous facts of prithviraj’s romance with sanyukta.

    Prithviraj and sanyukta excelled each other in their cupid skills and soon sanyukta became pregnant. As a result jaichand submitted to prithviraj and merged his kingdom with prithviraj’s pan-empire. This elated prithviraj too much that he imposed Turuksha-Tax on the muslims entering India. Prithviraj spent all the time in his amorous games with his gorgeous wife sanyukta. Not so was ghauri, who was so incensed by his defeat, that he put the generals who had fled from the battlefield in prison, and freed them only when they took an oath to be ready to butcher the hindus on the battlefield if they fought again.

    Next year, he advanced fully prepared, with a force of one lakh and twenty thousand horsemen.

    Such preparations could not go unnoticed, and prithviraj ordered upon all the rajput kings in north India, who rushed to help him. His total forces numbered a mighty army of thirty lakhs infantry, five lakhs horsemen and fifty thousand war-elephants. All the hindu soldiers wore steel jackets and their steel armours were mailed in iron chains to protect themselves from lethal Islamic attacks. Even the steeds and the elephants in the hindu army wore protective iron mails.

    Again the two armies came face to face at tarain. It was an year after the earlier battle. The year was 1192, a fateful year that would change the destinies of India.

    The rajputs sent a haughty message telling ghauri of their vast forces; clearly they were overconfident of success. To this ghauri replied by lying that he was indeed impressed by the size of the rajput force, and he wanted to negotiate a peace and return home.

    Prithviraj became so relaxed and excessively amorous by this answer that he spent the whole night coupling with his beautiful wife sanyukta inside his luxurious tent. The hindus spent the night wining, dining, dancing and coupling with their concubines, thinking that no war was going to be fought.

    Next dawn, prithviraj and his hindus were rudely woken up from the vices and amorous slumber with their lovely wives. They didn’t even perform their morning ablutions or obey the call of nature, as muslim cavalrymen charged into their extensive camp.

    This time ghauri had brought along his horse archers, who were unarmoured, and surrounded the rajputs from all sides, firing arrows.

    As the rajputs tried to close in with them for hand to hand combat, they would retreat, and fire the arrows backwards while retreating, the classic Islamic parthian shot.

    The rajputs were frustrated as they could not get into grips with the enemy, and the constant shower of arrows harassed them and began to thin their numbers. This continued for 3 hours.

    As rajputs were dwindling in numbers, and began to tire out, ghauri attacked with his reserve force, the heavy cavalry who were expert in hand -to hand combat, and wore chain armour. These troops were merciless killers and cruel rapists. Rajputs, on the other hand, were tired and above all, they had to protect their charming concubines from ugly Islamic rapes. Prithviraj gathered his remaining vast troops and led them bravely to face ugly ghauri and his muslim troops.

    This Islamic reserve force charged at full gallop into the rajputs, who were tired by now by the constant skirmishing, and did not have the energy for hand to hand combat anymore.

    Slowly but surely the rajputs were cut down.

    Finally, the rajputs began to flee. It was now every man for himself and his charming concubine.

    The muslims did not show them any mercy, a great massacre and rape en masse began.

    prithviraj, the tragic hero of the tale, proved that he was no hero at all, by trying to escape from the battlefield with his beautiful wife sanyukta on his swift horse, instead of dying a true general’s (and needless to say, rajput’s) death, by suffering the same fate as many of his soldiers. But to no avail, prithviraj was chased down, caught and mercilessly killed by ghauri. Ugly ghauri captured and cruelly raped prithviraj’s beautiful wife sanyukta.

    Catastrophe descended on hindustan (as the muslims called it), as the army of islam carried death and destruction with it, plundering palaces, destroying temples, breaking idols, raping women en masse, indiscriminately slaying the male population and taking loads of beautiful women as slaves who would never make it across the hindu kush (killer of hindus) mountains due to constant rapes made on them by the ugly muslims.

    Ghauri repeatedly raped delicate sanyukta and made her his begum. As far sanyogita’s father jaychand is concerned, he did not live long, as the muslims under ghauri soon invaded his domains and killed him, destroying his capital kanauj in an orgy of blood.

    With that this saga had come to an end. But India’s saga of tragedy had just begun….

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  19. In 1192 AD Ghori defeated Raja Prithviraj, the scion of the Hindu Kshatriya dynasty of India. This dynasty had been for long the doorkeeper of India in the Northwest. Ghori’s army killed more than 25,00,000 hindu soldiers. Ghori stormed Bhatinda and plundered the fort. Ghori captured Prithviraj’s palace and stayed there for some time to convert the Hindus to Islam with the help of mullahs he had brought with him. The loot amounted to 70,000,000 gold coins and 70,000 kg of pure gold, besides plenty of precious stones and gold-embroidered cloths. Ghori plundered Ajmer which was undefended, destroyed many temples, and broke a large number of idols. The chief idol, of Maha-Vishnu, was taken to Ghazni and thrown into the public square for defilement under the feet of the faithful.
    According to Tarikh-i-Yamini of Utbi, Ghori’s secretary,
    “The Muslims paid no regard to the booty till they had satiated themselves with the slaughter of the infidels and raping of their wives. The friends of Allah searched the bodies of the slain for three days in order to obtain booty…The booty amounted in gold and silver, rubies and pearls nearly to three hundred thousand dirhams, and the number of women prisoners may be conceived from the fact that each Muslim married two to ten beautiful Hindu women. There were still afterwards many Hindu women capitives and they were taken to Ghazni and Muslim merchants came from distant cities to purchase them, so that the countries of Mawaraun-Nahr, Iraq and Khurasan were filled with them, and the fair and rich Hindu women now became wives of the dark and poor Muslims.”
    Utbi concludes
    “The blood of the infidels flowed so copiously [at Tarain] that the stream (Saraswati River) was discolored, notwithstanding its purity, and people were unable to drink it. The Sultan and his Muslims killed Prithviraj’s soldiers in large numbers which is impossible to count. Praise him to Allah for the honor he bestows on Islam and Muslims.”

    Ghori soon advanced against Delhi, another capital of Prithviraj. The Hindus fought very hard but lost. Again, the temples were destroyed, women were raped and innocent citizens slaughtered. Utbi provides an account of the plunder and the prisoners of war
    “The Sultan returned in the rear of immense booty, and beautiful women were so plentiful that the Muslims became very happy and charming women of respectability in their native land were degraded by becoming concubines of ugly Muslims. But this is the goodness of Allah, who bestows honor on his own religion and degrades infidelity.”
    The road was now clear for an assault on the heartland of Hindustan. In December 1194 AD Ghori crossed the Yamuna, killed 1,00,000 soldiers in meerut, and marched to Mathura.
    Utbi records
    “The infidels…deserted the fort and tried to cross the foaming river…but many of them were slain or drowned… Nearly hundred thousand men were killed.”

    Mathura was the next victim. Mahmud seized five hundred gold idols weighing 89,300 missals and 20,000 silver idols. According to Utbi, “The Sultan gave orders that all the temples should be burnt with naptha and fire, and levelled with the ground.” The pillage of the city continued for 20 days. Mahmud now turned towards Kanauj which had been the seat of Prithviraj’s father-in-law.
    Utbi continues
    “In Kanauj there were nearly ten thousand temples… Many of the inhabitants of the place fled in consequence of witnessing the fate of their deaf and dumb idols. Those who did not fly were put to death. The Sultan gave order to his soldiers to plunder and take women prisoners.”
    Ajmer was again invaded, met the same fate. Hariraj, Prithviraj’s brother in Ajmer, was attacked. Hariraj and his large army fought to the last man; their lovely wives fell in the hands of Muslims. The fate of Anhilwara was sealed when its ruler took fright and fled. According to Utbi, “…. the Sultan ordered that his five forts should be demolished from their foundations, the inhabitants buried in their ruins, and the soldiers of the garrison plundered, slain and their women captured”.
    Ghori destroyed the huge Pashupathi temple at Delhi which was built by Prithviraj in pure gold. What needs emphasizing is that the fragments of the famous Sivalinga were carried to Ghazni. Some of them were turned into steps of the Jama Masjid in that city. The rest were sent to Mecca, Medina, and Baghdad to be desecrated in the same manner.

    Ghori’s slave Qutub-ud-din followed the footsteps of his master. In 1206 AD he succeeded in sacking the fort of Hansi which was defended very bravely by the Hindus. The Tarikh-us-Aibak records
    “The Brahmins and other high ranking men were slain, and their women were raped and their children were carried away captive, and all the treasure which was found was distributed among the army.”
    Mohammed Ghori, besides being marked by small-pox, had an ill-favoured countenance, and knew it. Courtiers met his allusions to his personal appearance by the familiar complimentary remarks about inward graces more than counterbalancing outward defects. He himself is said to have observed, after looking in the glass, that he saw so many faults in himself and so he was always ready to rape the beautiful wives of Raja Prithviraj Chauhan.

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  20. The Jihads of Shihabuddin, the Sultankalka of Ghur:

    Around 1140, the Islamized Turko-Mongol chiefs of the Shansabanid tribe occupied Ghor in Afghanistan. Initially it was a vassal of the Ghaznavid Sultans, but around 1150 it came into conflict with them, after one of the leading Shansabanid nobles was murdered by the Ghaznavid Sultan, Bahram. A ferocious war ensued between the Sultans of Ghor and Ghazni, till Alla-ud-din Ghori invaded Ghazni with his entire cavalry and wrested it from Bahram. Alla-ud-din sacked the Indian spoils that Mahmud had placed there, massacred the city’s population in a 7-day killing spree and subsequently burnt it down. The next Ghaznavid Sultan, Khushro Maliq was driven out of Afghanistan by a coalition of Oghuz Turks and the Ghorids in 1157, and the Oghuz took Ghazni. The sons of Alla-ud-din, Ghiyas-ud-din Mu’azz-ud-din Ghori and Shihab-ud-din Muhammad Ghori defeated the Oghuz and annexed Ghazni in 1174. Ghiyas-ud-din, crowned himself Sultan, and appointed his brother Sultankalka. Shihab-ud-din was assigned the task of extending the kingdom to the East and he naturally gravitated towards India. 13 bloody campaigns that ravaged Northern India followed:

    Early in 1175 he invaded Punjab and sacked and burned Uch…(1)
    In 1178 he advanced south and marched towards Gujarat, but here the Hindus acted quickly and rallying in large numbers under the western chalukya king Mularaja II routed the small Islamic forces under Ghori completely forcing him to retreat…(2)
    In 1179 Ghori sent a message to Prithiviraja chahamana to make common cause with him against the Chalukyas. Prithivaraj however, wise disregarding his foolish minister, kadambavasa’s advise to make a common cause with Ghori, preemptively attacked Nadula and reconquered it from the Moslems.
    Shihab recovered in 1180 and invaded Sindh and ravaged the population carrying away much loot…(3)
    Then Shihabuddin Muhammad, quickly followed it up in 1181 and 1184 with two invasions of Lavapura (Lahore) accompanied with much slaughter…(4+5)
    In 1186 he invaded the Ghaznavid occupied Punjab and defeated the Sultan Khushro Maliq and wrested Punjab…(6)
    1188 The Ghur Sultankalka invaded the Chahamana kingdom and sacked the fort of Tabarhindah killing the Hindu male populace and raping their women. Hindu refugees flocked around Delhi alarming the Chahamanas…(7)
    1191 PrithivirAj advanced to meet Shihabuddin’s raid and routed him in the great battle of Tarain. While the Muslims suffered a crushing defeat, the Hindus chased them to man but could not kill Shihabuddin. He fled back to Central Asia leaving Punjab completely undefended…(8)
    1191 PrithivirAj attacked Tabarhindah and took it back from the Muslims. The Hindus reconquered and armed Punjab suitably.
    1192 Shihabuddin returned and sacked Tabarhindah again. This was followed by the second battle of Tarain, the Hindu army was crushed. Prithiviraj and his beautiful wife Samyukta were captured by Ghori. Samyukta was brutally raped by Shihabuddin and Prithviraj was tortured to death by Ghori…(9)
    1192 the Ghur Sultankalka made a trust towards Ajayamerupura (Ajmer) and sacked it smashing Hindu temples and a Hindu university in course of this invasion. Millions of Hindu women were raped and their children captured in this expedition caused slave prices to fall to a few Dirhams in the Muslim markets…(10)
    1193 The sultankalka invaded Kannauj and slew the Gahadwala king Jayachandra. He followed this up with an invasion of varanasipura slaughtering Hindus with great savagery, raping their wives and desecrating the holy city…(11+12)
    After this, his viceroy Kutub-ud-din and the Turkish adventurer Ikhtiyaruddin Khalji furthered the violence of Islam in the land of Hind. Meanwhile Shihab’s brother died in Ghazna and he crowned himself Sultan and immediately launched himself into another Jihad on the infidels of Hindustan in 1206. While on the North-western reaches of the Sindhu, he was ambushed by the Karmathian Muslim chief and was shot down by an arrow when he was doing Namaz…(13).
    Thus ended the carrier of the Moslem brigand who brought misery to the whole of northern India through his 13 invasions.

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  21. I don’t think Sanyogita ever became Ghori’s wife !! She died before that as she heard about Prithvi’s death and Ghori… She jumped into burning pyres !!

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  22. Excellent articles by Captain Ajit Wadakayil, Mr.Sundar, Mr.Ashdoc, Mr.Manivannan and Mr.Prithviraj.

    Your articles are full of historical truths!

    Bravo! Bravo!! Let’s be bold enough to discuss about the tragedy of Prithviraj and Samyukta, so that in future we can prevent our Hindustan from the clutches of Muslims. Jai Hind!

    Vande Mataram!
    Long live Maharaj Prithviraj Chauhan!
    Long live Maharani Samyukta!!

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  23. Hai Friends!

    “Prithviraj Chauahan” book has been written by great historian M.I.Rajaswi.
    He had given the history of prithviraj in a simplified form which could be read easily by common people.
    He has given the true history of Prithviraj Chauhan in a story format. It’s very interesting to read like a romantic novel.
    Don’t miss it.
    The book is available in all major book shops of the country. He had written it in two types.
    Type 1 contains full of pictures of prithviraj & samyogita with simplified history.
    Type 2 contains full of detailed history of prithviraj & samyogita with few pictures.
    Both the types are available in both english & hindi version.
    Both the types can be bought through “Flipkart” online book shopping with free home delivery at a very lowest price.
    Both the types are not of much cost.
    Type 1 & 2 cost just Rs.50/- & Rs.40/- respectively.
    Hurry up to buy Rajaswi’s “Prithviraj Chauhan” to know the real history of our great hindu hero.

    Jai Maharaj Prithviraj! Jai Jai Beauty Queen Maharani Samyogita!!

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  24. Hai Friends!

    “Prithviraj Chauahan” book has been written by great historian M.I.Rajaswi.
    He had given the history of prithviraj in a simplified form which could be read easily by common people.
    He has given the true history of Prithviraj Chauhan in a story format.
    It’s very interesting to read this book like a beautiful romantic novel.
    The book is available in all major book shops of the country.
    He had written it in two types. i.e, Type 1 & 2.
    Type 1 contains full of pictures of prithviraj & samyogita with simplified history.
    Type 2 contains full of detailed history of prithviraj & samyogita with few pictures.
    Both the types are available in both english & hindi version.
    Both the types can be bought through “Flipkart” online book shopping with free home delivery at a very lowest price.
    Both the types are not of much cost.
    Type 1 & 2 cost just Rs.50/- & Rs.40/- respectively.
    Hurry up to buy Rajaswi’s “Prithviraj Chauhan” to know the real history of our great hindu hero.

    DON’T MISS OUT TO BUY & READ THIS PRECIOUS BOOK!

    Jai Maharaj Prithviraj! Jai Jai Beauty Queen Maharani Samyogita!!

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  25. the bastards who are blaspheming Prithviraj chauhan here.. r most probably sons of those bastards who hav lot of fathers.from the muslims of pakistan…Prithviraj killed ghori in ghori’s court itslf. on the famous poem sung by his frnd Chand bardai…. and Samyukta had committed suicide wen c came to know of her husband death, by jumping into fire, as had done other rajput women..
    u damn bastards, before blaspheming Prithvi, c that u r staying in our land and speaking agnst dem, hv u forgottn hw shiva ji massacred ur bastard ancestors. and same is being done now by ur people in pakistan.. he he he.. taliban is killing muslims in pakistan

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  26. In 1192 AD Ghori defeated Raja Prithviraj, the scion of the Hindu Kshatriya dynasty of India. This dynasty had been for long the doorkeeper of India in the Northwest. Ghori’s army killed more than 25,00,000 hindu soldiers. Ghori stormed Bhatinda and plundered the fort. Ghori captured Prithviraj’s palace and stayed there for some time to convert the Hindus to Islam with the help of mullahs he had brought with him. The loot amounted to 70,000,000 gold coins and 70,000 kg of pure gold, besides plenty of precious stones and gold-embroidered cloths. Ghori plundered Ajmer which was undefended, destroyed many temples, and broke a large number of idols. The chief idol, of Maha-Vishnu, was taken to Ghazni and thrown into the public square for defilement under the feet of the faithful.
    According to Tarikh-i-Yamini of Utbi, Ghori’s secretary,
    “The Muslims paid no regard to the booty till they had satiated themselves with the slaughter of the infidels and raping of their wives. The friends of Allah searched the bodies of the slain for three days in order to obtain booty…The booty amounted in gold and silver, rubies and pearls nearly to three hundred thousand dirhams, and the number of women prisoners may be conceived from the fact that each Muslim married two to ten beautiful Hindu women. There were still afterwards many Hindu women capitives and they were taken to Ghazni and Muslim merchants came from distant cities to purchase them, so that the countries of Mawaraun-Nahr, Iraq and Khurasan were filled with them, and the fair and rich Hindu women now became wives of the dark and poor Muslims.”
    Utbi concludes
    “The blood of the infidels flowed so copiously [at Tarain] that the stream (Saraswati River) was discolored, notwithstanding its purity, and people were unable to drink it. The Sultan and his Muslims killed Prithviraj’s soldiers in large numbers which is impossible to count. Praise him to Allah for the honor he bestows on Islam and Muslims.”

    Ghori soon advanced against Delhi, another capital of Prithviraj. The Hindus fought very hard but lost. Again, the temples were destroyed, women were raped and innocent citizens slaughtered. Utbi provides an account of the plunder and the prisoners of war
    “The Sultan returned in the rear of immense booty, and beautiful women were so plentiful that the Muslims became very happy and charming women of respectability in their native land were degraded by becoming concubines of ugly Muslims. But this is the goodness of Allah, who bestows honor on his own religion and degrades infidelity.”
    The road was now clear for an assault on the heartland of Hindustan. In December 1194 AD Ghori crossed the Yamuna, killed 1,00,000 soldiers in meerut, and marched to Mathura.
    Utbi records
    “The infidels…deserted the fort and tried to cross the foaming river…but many of them were slain or drowned… Nearly hundred thousand men were killed.”

    Mathura was the next victim. Mahmud seized five hundred gold idols weighing 89,300 missals and 20,000 silver idols. According to Utbi, “The Sultan gave orders that all the temples should be burnt with naptha and fire, and levelled with the ground.” The pillage of the city continued for 20 days. Mahmud now turned towards Kanauj which had been the seat of Prithviraj’s father-in-law.
    Utbi continues
    “In Kanauj there were nearly ten thousand temples… Many of the inhabitants of the place fled in consequence of witnessing the fate of their deaf and dumb idols. Those who did not fly were put to death. The Sultan gave order to his soldiers to plunder and take women prisoners.”
    Ajmer was again invaded, met the same fate. Hariraj, Prithviraj’s brother in Ajmer, was attacked. Hariraj and his large army fought to the last man; their lovely wives fell in the hands of Muslims. The fate of Anhilwara was sealed when its ruler took fright and fled. According to Utbi, “…. the Sultan ordered that his five forts should be demolished from their foundations, the inhabitants buried in their ruins, and the soldiers of the garrison plundered, slain and their women captured”.
    Ghori destroyed the huge Pashupathi temple at Delhi which was built by Prithviraj in pure gold. What needs emphasizing is that the fragments of the famous Sivalinga were carried to Ghazni. Some of them were turned into steps of the Jama Masjid in that city. The rest were sent to Mecca, Medina, and Baghdad to be desecrated in the same manner.

    Ghori’s slave Qutub-ud-din followed the footsteps of his master. In 1206 AD he succeeded in sacking the fort of Hansi which was defended very bravely by the Hindus. The Tarikh-us-Aibak records
    “The Brahmins and other high ranking men were slain, and their women were raped and their children were carried away captive, and all the treasure which was found was distributed among the army.”
    Mohammed Ghori, besides being marked by small-pox, had an ill-favoured countenance, and knew it. Courtiers met his allusions to his personal appearance by the familiar complimentary remarks about inward graces more than counterbalancing outward defects. He himself is said to have observed, after looking in the glass, that he saw so many faults in himself and so he was always ready to rape the beautiful wives of Raja Prithviraj Chauhan.

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  27. Historians have debated over the cause of the defeat of Hindus at 2nd battle of tarain with much enthusiasm. Apart from epigraphal analysis, historians also have at their disposal writings of many foreign travellers to the kingdom around the time of the war.
    It has been suggested that though the Rajput armies had very large number of cavalry on horseback, they depended on commanders riding war elephants making them slower on battlefield. But the Muslim armies had some swift Persian horses used by key sections of the army and commanders. This gave the them an edge.
    It is also well known that all the three main commanders of the Rajput army including Prithviraj himself were young commanders compared to the aged commanders of the Muslim armies who were experienced. Prithviraj was just 26 years of age whereas Ghori was 46 years old.
    While the Muslim infantry depended on bows made of bamboo, the Rajput armies used crossbows made of metal which were much more effective in accuracy and distance. But, the Rajput armies used 7 feet (2.1 m) long spears and javelins while the Muslim armies used 15 feet (4.6 m) long spears while riding horse back. This gave them a clear advantage.
    The Rajput armies were much better protected by armours manned by Indian blacksmiths and goldsmiths, who were at that time considered the best at making armours while Muslims depended on Turkestan armours which were made of poor quality metals. Muslims lacked metal ores and also their blacksmiths were not as well trained. So most of the Muslims used animal leather as a protective armour.
    There were some initial chaos in the Muslim army due to the betrayal by two key Muslim commanders, the Shah brothers who had hundreds of soldiers under their command. These commanders were defectors from the Ghaznavi kingdom and later employed by Muhammed Ghori. The Shah brothers were known to had fled the battlefield at a key juncture after seeing the huge strength of the Hindu army. This has been strongly supported by the writings of two European travellers, Fredric Lane and Anquetil Du Perron who visited Lahore in 1192 C.E.
    In spite of all these advantages, historians agree that the biggest reason for the collapse of the rajput army was sensual pleasure of the rajputs who were always amorous with their beautiful ladies. Prithviraj was also the king of these amorous activities as well. He kept on matting with his young beautiful queen Samyukta inside his tent in the battlefield of Tarain during this second battle. When the ugly Muslims attacked the fatty Hindus in early morning hours, every Rajput soldier was matting with his lady. What was worst is that Prithviraj didn’t stopped matting Samyukta even after the Muslims commenced their lethal attack. He came hours after the attack after matting Samyukta atleast some twenty times. But still the rajputs gained considerable success initially merely due to their huge numbers. But soon the Muslims started raping rajput women who were like musk deer. The Hindus got distracted and they now concentrated in protecting their wives from being raped by Muslims. Ghori and Aibak captured beautiful queen Samyukta and started raping that heavenly Venus. Prithviraj distracted by this move ran away from his bodyguards towards his beautiful wife to protect her from being raped by Ghori and Aibak. Now Having Prithviraj in their trap, Ghori butchered Prithviraj in head to head combat as fatty Prithviraj was no match for Muscular Ghori physically. After killing Prithviraj, Ghori cut down his coupling organ and head. Aibak holded Prithviraj’s head at his spear tip and waved it in front of Hindus. Ghori continued to rape beautiful Samyukta. Seeing their Kings head at the Muslim’s spear tip and their holy amorous queen being raped continuously by Ghori, the remaining rajputs who survived the Islam’s lethal attack now took to their heels and ran away from the battlefield. Thus the Muslims massacred and crushed the Hindus.

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  28. In the second battle of Tarain, Shahabuddin Ghori defeated Prithviraj Chauhan. This happened in 1192. It was not that Ghori had an army larger in number than Prithvi. After studying the various accounts of history, the reliable and non reliable sources, we get the clear picture. The war was nothing but the shataranj ka khel between the two great kings. One was a fatty Hindu & the other was a muscular Muslim. In the first battle of Tarain, Prithvi had 3,000 elephants, 3,00,000 horses & 20,00,000 soldiers in his army. These elephants were war-like and fierce. In the first battle of Tarain, which was took place in 1191; these elephants had played a major role in the victory of Prithviraj. Ghori had not a single elephant in his army at that time. His army was also small in number with just 30,000 soldiers on horses. His army was confused in the first battle as the soldiers of Ghori were not aware how to fight against these huge war-like elephants and large chivalry.

    After the defeat in first battle of Tarain, when Ghori returned to Ghazni, he punished his generals who had run away from the battlefield. Then he assigned a task to his new trusted general named Hammad, who was from Nishapur (nowadays in Iran and nearer to the border of Afghanistan). Hammad was assigned a task to find a trick to fight against these warlike elephants. Hammad did some experiments and within a month he was succeed to find a solution. In Ghazni he gave a demo of his new experiment to his Master and Ghori approved it and implemented it in the second battle of Tarain. In this second battle, Ghori had an army of 52,000 soldiers on horses. Ghori’s army was much much smaller when compared with Prithviraj’s huge army of 30,00,000 soldiers. But this time, Ghori had a new trick in his mind to face the very large Hindu army of Prithviraj. What was that new trick?
    In the Second battle of Tarain, Prithviraj had 5,000 elephants, 5,00,000 horses & 30,00,000 soldiers in his army. After the first battle of Tarain, Prithviraj married his lover, the very beautiful princess of Kannouj, Samyogita. Due to their non-stop coupling, Samyogita very soon became pregnant & gave birth to a male baby. But the lovely couple continued their coupling & coitus non-stoppingly even after their first issue. The second battle started within two years after the first battle. Prithviraj was newly married then, and was continuously having coitus with his young new beauteous wife Samyogita. During the second battle, Samyogita was pregnant for the second time. Prithviraj & Samyogita couldn’t stop matting & coupling and so Prithvi carried his wife to the battle. In the battlefield, Fatty Prithviraj was matting continuously again & again with his young beautiful pregnant wife Samyogita all day & night inside his luxurious tent. Ghori had heard about the heavenly beauty of Samyogita & Prithviraj’s lust for her. Ghori lusted on Samyogita, pledged to kill Prithviraj & rape his beauteous wife. Ghori’s lust to rape Samyogita was the immediate & primary reason for the Second Batlle of Tarain. Prithviraj was aware of Ghori’s lust for his wife Samyogita, but he was unaware of the fact that Ghori had come along with a new trick to take on the challenge of his elephants. In the beginning of the battle, Prithvi’s five thousand elephants attacked Ghori’s army from front view. Ghori signaled Hammad. Hammad’s Mukaddamtuljaish cavalry was ready to take on this challenge. This force immediately counter attacked these warlike elephants. Each elephant of Prithviraj was attacked by three TulJaish soldiers. The trick was such that, One TulJaish soldier kept an elephant engaged in a fight with him while the two other TulJaish soldiers one from his left and other from his right side attacked on elephant and cut its trunk with their swords. Badly injured and jolted elephant then became fiercer and attacked on Ghori’s army madly. These elephants were diverted towards Ghori’s army by Prithvi’s men successfully, but were jolted by the second fierce attack by Hammad’s TulJaish men. These TulJaish soldiers rode towards the back of the elephants and cut each of their two back feet. Due to this attack the elephants sat on the ground and unable to move forward. Hammad’s Tuljaish army thus cut around three thousand nine hundred elephants of Prithvi mercilessly. After seeing this view Prithvi called the rest of the 1,100 elephants back and drove them to the back of his entire army to protect his new beautiful wife Samyogita from Ghori’s lusty eyes.

    By getting the first success in the battle, Ghori’s confidence thus increased. In the afternoon he played second trick. He called all of his generals and made a plan. Ghori ordered his troops to attack the rajputs by crushing their penis, scotum & testis. He himself along with his twelve thousand Kalb cavalry attacked on Prithvi’s army from front side. He had his general Kharmil with his ten thousand Maisra cavalry. His second troop of ten thousand Maimna cavalry under the leadership of Kutubuddin Aibak attacked Prithvi’s army from left hand side. His third troop of ten thousand cavalry of TulJaish under the leadership of Hammad attacked Prithvi’s army from right hand side. The Muslims crushed the penis & scotum of Rajputs mercilessly. The Rajputs thus get confused, panicked & diverted into three groups to take on this new challenge.

    When the battle was in its full edge, Ghori played the third trick. He kept his commander Kharmil fighting at the front side of Prithvi and he himself plucked out his twelve thousand Tuljaish Kalb cavalry and rode five miles away from the battlefield and attacked on the back side of Prithvi’s army. He attacked on the elephants of Prithvi, who were drove and kept at the back of his army by the Hindu king to protect his new beautiful wife. Ghori’s troops attacked those elephants, cut their trunks & killed all those remaining 1,100 elephants of Prithvi cruelly. Ghori thus captured Prithviraj’s beautiful wife Samyogita alive & started to rape her. With this sudden attack, Prithviraj got panicked. To save his young beautiful queen from being raped by Ghori, Prithvi turned his army & marched straight to fight Ghori. Thus Prithvi’s army was caught in a trap. He was attacked from all the four sides.

    Now it is no need to say what the result of this Shataranj ki chal was. Seeing the huge Hindu army moving towards him, Ghori stopped raping Samyogita, and started to massacre the Hindu army. Prithviraj saved his half-rapped queen & kept her safely on his lap, in his howdah. Prithviraj & Ghori met in Personal Combat. Ghori galloped his horse, jumped up and reached inside Prithvi’s howdah. Ghori was surprised to see that Prithviraj was matting Samyogita, by keeping her on his lap inside the howdah. Atonce Ghori caught Prithvi’s srotum & crushed his testis. Ghori bit Samyogita’s breasts & butts. Ghori pulled out Prithviraj’s semen pumping penis from Samyogita’s sweet vagina. Ghori licked & sucked Samyogita’s sweet vagina which was loaded fully with Prithviraj’s hot semen. Ghori kicked Prithvi’s scrotum severely again & again so that Prithvi’s testis became liquefied. Ghori cut down Prithviraj’s big penis with his sword. As a result of repeated severe hard kicks made on his scrotum by Ghori, Prithviraj lost his life. Ghori cut-off Prithviraj’s head from his body & pierced Prithvi’s head with his spear tip. On seeing the fate of her fatty husband Prithviraj, half-raped Samyogita tried to jump out from the howdah. But soft & slender Samyogita was caught by ugly Ghori. Now Ghori raped lovely little Samyogita fully & completely inside the howdah. Ghori raped Samyogita repeatedly & mercilessly by the side of her husband’s decapitated, emasculated & castrated body. Then Ghori handed over beautiful & pregnant Samyogita to his generals. Ghori waved his spear struck with Prithvi’s head to the dying hindu troops. Already most of the Hindu troops were killed due to merciless attack on their srotum made by Muslims. Now, the few Hindus who escaped from Ghori’s dirty trick lost their heart on seeing their big king’s head at the Muslim’s spear tip. Hindus now took on their heels. But they were mercilessly killed like their big fat king Prithviraj. Ghori won the battle. Soon Ghori forced Samyogita into Islam & forcibly married her. Later, forgetting her handsome & fatty husband Prithviraj, Samyogita became the favourite wife of ugly Ghori. Prithvi did not fought well and hence lost the war. No doubt, Ghori was the enemy of Rajputana & Hindus. But we should not forget here that he was an able field marshal. He was restless, dream chaser, real heart warrior and the man of the field. Though ugly, Ghori was strong & muscular. He corrected his errors in the first battle of Tarain and rectified them in the second battle. Hats of him! Ghori fought religiously & militarily against Hindu Rajputana India, but fought well. There is no point to blame him blindly & to accuse him, simply because he raped our beautiful pregnant Queen Samyogita cruelly & mercilessly. In fact, he fought with prithviraj for the second time mainly for capturing prithvi’s young beautiful wife Samyogita. Ghori emasculated, castrated, beheaded & killed Prithviraj. Ghori caught Prithvi’s sexy, lovely & pregnant wife Samyogita, and raped her fully, completely, cruelly, hardly, mercilessly & repeatedly again & again. Ghori’s lust for Prithviraj’s lovely Queen Samyogita was the primary cause for the Second battle of Tarain & Prithviraj lust for his beauteous wife Samyogita was the primary cause for Prithviraj’s defeat & death in the Second battle of Tarain. That’s all.

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  29. The humiliation of the defeat in the first battle of Tarain affected Muizzuddin Ghori deeply. Ferishta says that the Sultan was remorse for a long time and aban¬doned his wife, women and wine. He engaged himself day and night to prepare for a major offensive against the Rai Pithora and then, all of a sudden, after a year’s preparation he was on the road to India. At Peshawar, listening to the entreaties of an old Ghurid officer, he planned to attack the Hindus on their penis and scrotum.
    The Tajul Maasir says that from Lahore he sent Ruknuddin Hamza with a letter to Prithviraj ordering for the submission of his beautiful wife Sanyukta and for his conversion to Islam. Prithviraj replied in the negative and appealed to all the rais of Hindustan for protecting his beauteous Queen Sanyukta from Islamic rape.
    According to ferishta, Prithviraj’s army consisted of three million steel clad Rajput horse-men and fifty thousand war-elephants which are also confirmed by many Sanskrit records. The army of Muizzuddin composed of one hundred and twenty thousand fully equipped soldiers, reported Minhaj. He set up camp in the same place at Tarain where he had suffered defeat a year or so before, facing 150 Rais of Hindustan who came to crush him or be crushed, according to Ferishta.

    Muizzuddin chalked out a very careful strategy for this encounter. His central division consisting of hard-core rapists was left far behind and was instructed to capture the heavenly women-folk of the enemy by attacking them from behind. He advised this contingent to come to his aid only after the other divisions had engaged themselves in the fight. They were required to act as a reserve. The rest of his force he divided into four divisions, and they were to attack the enemy from four sides. A further 10,000 lightly armed also with them and they were specially aim their arrows at the elephant-drivers.
    The strategy worked and the whole line of elephants was disturbed as soon as the elephant-drivers were killed. On seeing the enemy ranks disturbed, Muizzuddin applied pressure from right, left and the centre. Muslims attacked the Hindus on their penis, scrotum and testis and slaughtered them in very large numbers. At the same time, Muslims successfully captured many beautiful wives of the Rais. Seeing their wives raped by the Muslims, the Rais lost their heart and ran to save their wives from Islamic rapes. The Hindu formations were thus broken up and the soldiers scattered in all directions.
    It is said that the elephants of the Indian army Delhi ruler, Govind Rai, attacked the archer contingent under the command of the Ghurid general Kharbak. Kharbak protected himself with a shield known as karwa, a cover made of raw bullock- hide, stuffed on both sides with wool or cotton. No weapon could pierce it easily and the Ghurid infantry was protected by this defensive covering like a wall. Kharbak’s arrows pierced Govind Rai, and he fell down dead from his howdah.
    Anyway, Muizzuddin’s plans were successful in defeating Prithviraj heavily. Dismounting from his elephant, panic stricken Prithviraj took his beautiful wife Sanyukta on his horse and fled from the battlefield, but was caught near Sarsuti. He and his beauteous queen were taken to Ajmer and were subjected to Islamic tortures. Muizzuddin emasculated, castrated and slaughtered Prithviraj. Muizzuddin repeatedly raped beautiful Sanyukta, forced her into Islam and married her. Later, Sanyukta became Muizzuddin’s favorite wife. A contemporary Sanskrit account, Viruddhavidhi-Viddhavamsa refers to the rape of Sanyukta by Muizzuddin and there are many Islamic records which refer that Muizzuddin raped Sanyukta again and again. After his death, Kutub-ud-din raped Sanyukta and made her his wife. The same policy was followed in respect of all other wives of Prithviraj who were captured by Muizzuddin. According to Hasan Nizami, other Rais were allowed to continue to rule after they agreed to submit all their beautiful wives and concubines to Muizzuddin and were ready to submit their daughters to Muizzuddin as soon as they attain puberty. Muizzuddin maintained a lashkar-gah (military outpost) at Indpat to kill the refusing Rais.

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  30. Prithviraj Chauhan was the greatest king of Hindus. He ruled whole northern India with his capital at Delhi and Ajmer.
    Fatty Prithviraj Chauhan was defeated by Muhammad Ghori in the Second Battle of Tarain and with this defeat India fell into mighty Muslim hands forever until the British came.

    Now the real thing from the book “Sultan Muizzuddin”

    Prithviraj Chauhan had a beautiful wife called Sanyogita. The romance and love story between Prithviraj Chauhan and Sanyogita is well known.
    Muhammad Ghori also knew about Prithviraj’s beautiful wife so he killed Prithviraj and occupied his kingdom. Prithviraj Chauhan was taken as a prisoner by Ghori when he ran away from the battlefield. Ghori ordered him to undergo Sunnat & submitt his beautiful wife Sanyogita to him. But Prithiviraj said that the Penis of a Rajput will be cut down only in death. On hearing this, Ghori flew into a rage and ordered that Prithviraj’s Scrotum be burnt with red hot coal and Ghori with his own hands cut down Prithviraj’s Big Penis. And the hindu king was beheaded by great muhammad ghori.
    Ugly Ghori captured Prithviraj’s beautiful wife Sanyogita and raped her with full force over and over again. It was really satisfactory. Later his ugly general also raped beautiful Sanyogita. Due to constant rapes Sanyogita commited suicide.

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  31. No! Sanyogita never committed Suicide. My history professor told that Ghori castrated, emasculated and killed Prithviraj. He also told that Ghori raped Sanyogita repeatedly and married her. Soon beauteous Sanyogita became Ghori’s favourite wife. One interesting fact told by my professor is that Sanyogita was pregnant when Ghori raped her with his full force over and over again. Sanyogita got aborted due to repeated rapes made on her by Ghori.

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  32. What happened to Samyukta after Prithviraj’s death?
    There are various version saying contrasting things, after the defeat of Prithviraj Chauhan.
    What’s the truth and facts?
    Some say Samyukta fell into fire once prithvi was castrated and others say that she was raped by Ghori. What’s the truth and what does the Indian history say?
    Indian history has kept mum on this topic. Because, it might be the sad event. Perhaps, the wound.
    Let it be cleared that Rani Padmini was after Samyukta’s era. Rani Padmini comitted Jauhar. It has the historical proofs and her grave also present in north India. If Samyukta had comitted jauhar; then one must had find her grave also; but this did not happen. The mum of Indian history and the lack of grave or tale of Samyukta show that there must have happened some tragedy.
    What would it be then?
    One guess is that Ghori might have repeatedly raped Samyukta again and again. Yes; this is cruel and not easier to digest; as we are Indians. But it is true that Ghori entered Prithviraj’s bedroom in mid-night when Prithvi was matting with his beautiful wife Samyukta. It was not the time to fight. But Ghori broke the rule; because he was passionate about Samyukta’s beauty and he wanted to rape her in front of her fatty husband.
    It is well-known that Jaichand, the father of Samyukta; first fought against Prithvi; but after the defeat of Prithvi, Jaichand fought against Ghori. Why? It must be the only reason; that Ghori had raped Jaychand’s daughter repeatedly.
    Paki bastard historians narrate this epic with the taste. But irrespect of their non-senseness one conclusion is echoing that Ghori must have raped Samyukta.
    The horror happened with Samyukta must have given birth to the concept of Jauhar in Rajputana. Rani Padmini has just followed the custom, (perhaps) to avoid the horror happened with Samyukta must not repeat with her.
    It is well-known that Ghori was jealous of Prithvi because he had the most beautiful women Samyukta as his wife so that he crushed Prithvi’s testis, tore off his fat penis, emasculated and castrated him. Ghori had heavy hatred on Prithvi so that he gorged out Prithvi’s eyes, beheaded and killed him. Ghori had so much anger on Prithvi that he had ordered to finish each and every Chauhan from the earth. So genocide of Chauhans had taken place. The royal family of Chauhan was killed. So many relatives of Prithvi ran away and went to Gujrat, Madhya pradesh, Maharashtra. Some of them even hide their identity and surnames to escape from Ghori’s army.

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  33. Mahmud of Ghori attacked India for it’s wealth and beautiful womenfolk. He ransacked the great Chauhan Empire. On his attack on Prithviraj Chauhan, he had to march to the battlefield of Tarain. But his way was not easy. The Rajput king Prithviraj was ruling North India with his capital at Ajmer. He was the last Hindu Emperor. He fought against Mahmud Ghori in the first battle of Tarain brilliantly. Mahmud Ghori attacked Prithviraj for the Second time to capture the beautiful wife of Prithviaj, Rani Samyogita. Prithviraj was newly married then and he was honeymooning with his young new beautiful bride Samyogita endlessly. But then he had assistance of all the Rais of Hindustan. In the Second Battle of Tarain, Prithviraj had a huge army of 30,00,000 Hindu soldiers and 50,000 war elephants to resist Mahmud Ghori who had a small army of just 80,000 Muslim soldiers. Prithviraj planned very well. First of all he sent Govind Rai of Delhi with 2,00,000 cavalry and 3,000 war elephants before the battle takes place. His intention was to make Ghori tried and then to assist Govind Rai, if in case, Mahmud marched ahead towards Ajmer after the defeat of Govind Rai.
    At that time, the motto of all the Rajput Kings was to resist Mahmud of Ghori from raping their beauteous womenfolk. Prithviraj of Ajmer played a major role to fulfill the aim. He divided his army into three parts. He kept his general Skanda at the left of the army of Mahmud Ghori. The army of Skanda had 1,00,000 cavalry, 2,00,000 infantry and 3,000 war elephants. He left Ajmer at the hands of his younger brother Hariraj. Hariraj was told to guard the main city of Ajmer with 1,00,000 cavalry and 4,00,000 infantry and 4,000 war elephants. Then Prithviraj himself went to the battlefield of Tarain with the remaining force of 5,00,000 cavalry, 15,00,000 infantry and 40,000 war elephants to fight against Mahmud Ghori’s force of 80,000 cavalry and 40,000 infantry.
    In this battle Chauhan cavalry was fighting against the famous blood thirsty cavalry of Mahmud Ghori. Chauhan cavalry was so large, that in the mid-day, Muslim cavalry started running out of the battlefield. But Mahmud Ghori stopped them by saying, that they were brave Muslims. They have to fight or die. On hearing this, Muslim cavalry turned back and attacked Prithviraj. But till 3’0 clock battle went on without any result.
    In the evening, Mahmud became nervous by seeing that, the victory was far ahead of his vision. But he was not ready to withdraw his troops from the battlefield. Seeing heavy death toll of the Hindu army, Govind Rai suggested Prithviraj to retreat back to Ajmer fort. But Prithviraj did not listen to him as he was confident that, he was on the edge of the victory. Nearly 40,000 Muslim soldiers lost their lives. All of a sudden, an arrow hit Mahmud Ghori in his arm. He fell off his horse. But he did not leave the battlefield. After some time, a stone hit Mahmud Ghori on his chest. Another arrow also hit his horse and once again Mahmud fell down. Then also he did not leave the battlefield. He was advised by his generals to leave the battlefield and stop the war. But Mahmud Ghori did not listen to them. Instead, he marched on Govind Rai with the spear in his hand. He was assisted by his famous generals Karbak and Qutubuddin. Mahmud Ghori butchered and killed Govind Rai in this attack. Seeing this, Prithviraj became panic and he gave a call to his General Skanda to the battlefield. Skanda had a fresh army of 3,00,000 soldiers. This army was kept reserved by Prithviraj, as mentioned earlier. Entire day, this army did not participate in the war. But now this fresh army entered the battlefield. By seeing this fresh troop, the army of Mahmud Ghori which was fighting from morning became nervous. Mahmud Ghori himself became tired. On seeing this, Khwaja Chisti advised Ghori to pretend flight. Mahmud Ghori and his army ran away from the battlefield.
    Though Rajputs won the battle, they suffered heavy death toll at the hands of Muslims. More than 10,00,000 Rajput soldiers were killed by the Muslims. Prithviraj thought that it was not a clear cut victory for Ajmer, since Ghori was still alive. So Prithviraj sent Skanda and his fresh troops to chase Ghori and the Muslims. But Prithviraj did not chase the running army of Mahmud Ghori. Instead, he hurriedly returned with his victorious army to Ajmer and rushed into his wife Samyogita’s bedroom. The residents of Ajmer celebrated Diwali on this occasion. Prithviraj ordered his army for next three days to celebrate the victory along with their wives and concubines. He remained inside his bedroom along with his beautiful Queen Samyogita. He was confident that, in any difficulty, Hariraj will come to his assistance with his reserved army, which he had kept for the security of Ajmer. This army was in camp at the border of Ajmer.
    But But But… Hariraj was in love with the princess of Gujrat, and he went to Anhilwara to make love with her. He kept his army under his cousin Samar Singh. But then like Prithviraj, Samar Singh was also newly married and was honeymooning with his young wife Pratha inside his tent. Following their commander, Samar’s army celebrated the victory with their spouses. Muhmud Ghori turned back his retreat and attacked Skanda and his army with Islamic zeal. Soon Skanda and his troops were killed. Khwaja advised Mahmud to enter Ajmer Fort, as king Prithviraj was amorous with his wife Samyogita and would be in helpless condition. On his advice, Mahmud Ghori sent his generals to fight Samar Singh and he himself with just one thousand blood thirsty Islamic rapists entered Ajmer secretly early in the morning. Throughout that night and even after Sunrise, Prithviraj was engaged in coitus with his lovely wife Samyogita on his flower bed as it was his daily routine. All of a sudden Ghori entered into Prithviraj’s bedroom. Prithviraj realized that it was the death trap laid by Mahmud Ghori. Prithviraj was sure that his huge force will come to assist him. He sent message to Samar Singh. But Samar Singh and his troops were already massacred by Qutubuddin Aibak. The king Prithviraj Chauhan was emasculated, castrated and killed by Muhmud Ghori. Prithviraj’s huge army was massacred by Muslim soldiers and Rani Samyogita was mercilessly raped by Muhmud Ghori over and over again with his full force.
    The Saga did not end here. The entire Womenfolk of Ajmer were raped by the Muslims. One by one the subordinates of the great Hindu King Prithviraj like king Jaichand, Hariraj, Bhimdev, Parmal and Lakshmansen met their end at the hands of Muhmud Ghori.

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  34. One man saved Europe from Islam and one man lost India to Islam
    Charles Martel was one man who in history saved Europe from Islam. European nations, England not excluded, perhaps would have been Muslim countries today but for this single man Charles Martel. Christianity could have vanished from Europe from the 8th Century AD but for him! Fascinating, is it not?
    How many of us know about it? Thanks to bland history writing, such facts of “macro historical” significance stay hidden from the common man. I should be expecting Europe to be running amok with the statues of Charles Martel, in every town and village, for having saved Christianity from Islam in Europe! Oddly, most Europeans themselves are not aware of Charles Martel and his critical deeds.
    In contrast, one man in India is eminently responsible for the surrender of India to Islam, and to the beginning of Islamic rule which lasted nearly 800 years, and that is Prithviraj Chauhan.
    We must study these two contrasting men.
    CHARLES MARTEL
    Before talking about Martel, we must talk about Islam, and quickly trace its beginnings and history. We all know something about the life and teachings of Prophet Mohammad who died in 632 AD. His followers, Arabic tribal hordes, made Islamic conquests, by the sheer power of the sword, of vast lands inhabited by men who belonged to very rich civilizations. Certainly the sword was mightier than the pen.
    In less than a century after the passing away of Prophet Mohammad, the Arab Islamic tribes, with the help of the sword, conquered what constitute parts of the present day Iran, Turkey, Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco, and crossing the Gibraltar, took over nearly the whole of the Iberian Peninsula, now consisting of Spain and Portugal. Thus Spain came under Islam, and the Islamic rule lasted nearly 700 years there, until the Reconquista (Restoration of Christianity) was complete in 1492 with the fall of Granada from Muslim rule.
    Charles Martel’s fame consists in stopping the Islamic hordes from running into France and into the whole of Europe by his famous victory in 732 AD, exactly 100 years after the Prophet’s demise, at “the battle of Tours” (Also called “the battle of Poitiers”), since the fighting really took place in between Tours and Poitiers.
    It is interesting to read Charles Martel’s life history. But a very brief sketch will do here. He was born around 688 AD in the then Frankish Realms, son of Pippin the Middle and his concubine Alpaida (you can’t get closer to Alqaida!). The boy Carolus (Charles) became a great soldier and a General in due course of time. He adopted a unique military strategy, unknown in those days. His strategy had three elements. One, attack where the enemies don’t expect you. Two, attack when the enemies do not expect you. Thirdly, pretend retreat (an Oriental tactic) and then make a surprise attack!
    Leading the Frankish army, General Charles Martel hammered the Islamic forces lead by Abdul Rahman, the Emir of Cordoba. Thus, the violent Islamic forces were stopped from crossing the Pyrenees mountain ranges. France and the rest of Western Europe were thus saved from Islam.
    Charles got the cognomen Martel which means “hammer” due to the hammering he meted out to the Islamic forces. Charles Martel established the Carolingian dynasty, and his famous grandson Charlemagne (meaning Charles the Great) became the Emperor of Western Europe.
    In my view, history text books do not do enough justice to the name of Charles Martel. His grandson Charlemagne consumes much more historical writing than him, most unfortunately.
    PRITHVIRAJ CHAUHAN
    Closer to home, we are very familiar with this Rajput hero, the last Hindu King to rule from Delhi.
    Prithviraj (also known as Rai Pithora, hence Pithoragarh) was a powerful ruler from Delhi. His reign has been chronicled by his court poet Chand Bardoi.
    The Afghan ruler of Ghazni, known as Mohammad Ghori (who succeeded Mahmud Ghazni, the Gujarat invader and sacker of Somnath) invaded Punjab and conquered his way up to very close to Delhi. However, his forces were defeated by the huge forces of Prithviraj Chauhan in the first battle of Tarain in 1191 AD. Ghori was badly wounded and his small army was thrashed. However Ghori managed to escape from the battlefield. The heavy numerical superiority of Prithviraj’s army was too strong for the Muslim enemy.

    As per the history, Prithviraj was infatuated with Samyukta, the beautiful daughter of the rival king Raja Jaichand of Kannauj, and after the first battle of Tarain, Prithviraj abducted her on horse-back (in cinematic fashion) further uniting the kingdom of Raja Jaichand with his Hindu empire. Samyukta was in deep love with Prithviraj and she fancied Prithviraj very much. Prithviraj and Samyukta had a very long endless honeymoon. Prithviraj and Samyukta were always erotic and they never came out of their golden harem. Fatty Prithviraj was so enthralled by the beauty of his new-bride Samyukta. Day and night, the newly married couple had non-stop coitus in their flower-bedroom. Soon gorgeous Samyukta became pregnant and gave birth to a male child. Prithviraj never came out from the bedroom of his young bride Samyukta. The newly wedded lovers continued their erotic coupling and endless coitus in their own lustful ways. And so, lovely Samyukta became Pregnant for the second time. Beautiful Samyukta girdled Prithviraj too much and she never allowed her fatty husband to go out from her bedroom. The intricacies of the love-lore of this young couple should be read by each of us as they are so fascinating.
    The very next year, in 1192 AD, Ghori came back with an attack. He attacked so soon because he want to capture and rape Prithviraj’s beauteous bride Samyukta at any cost. Alarmed by this news, Prithviraj sent orders to all Rajas of Hindustan to join him with their army. It is said that all Rajas of hindustan gave military support to the Chauhan king.
    Prithviraj was accompanied by his pregnant wife Samyukta while going to this second battle of Tarain. Seeing the huge Hindu army of Prithviraj, Ghori lost all his hopes. His Muslim army was too small when compared with the Hindu army. He decided to retreat. At that time Ghori got a letter from Prithviraj requesting a cease-fire. Ghori cunningly replied that he won’t attack till next morning. Haughty Prithviraj laughed at this reply and declared that Ghori would run back. Amorous Prithviraj carried his sexy Samyukta erotically into his golden tent. Following their King, the Hindus started to celebrate this victory with their wives and concubines in the battlefield. For Hindus morning starts from 6 A.M. but for Muslims morning starts from 3 A.M. Ghori played his trick using this difference. Prithviraj and his Hindus spent the whole night by matting with their beautiful wives. Early in the morning the Hindus slept smooching their concubines. But their fat king Prithviraj continued to pump his hot semen into Samyukta’s sweet vagina. Fatty Prithviraj struck up his fat penis into slender Samyukta’s sweet vagina and screwed her into the heavens. Sexy Samyukta was nursing her fatty husband continuously with her sweet milk which was overflowing from her heavy beautiful breasts to give him energy. The erotic couple never slept that night and had non-stop coitus. Ghori attacked in the early morning by 3 A.M. and took the Hindus by surprise. Muslims caught the penis and testes of Hindus and crushed them to death. Muslims caught the entire Hindu womenfolk and raped them in front of their emasculated and castrated husbands. Ghori hurriedly entered Prithviraj’s tent. He was surprised to see Prithviraj was engaged in erotic matting with Samyukta in fear. Since fatty Prithviraj was involved in coitus with slender Samyukta, he could not fight with Ghori. Ghori caught Prithviraj’s testes and crushed them with his hard hands. Prithviraj’s testes were liquefied by Ghori’s hard crush. Ghori pulled out Prithviraj’s fat penis from Samyukta’s sweet vagina. Then Ghori rooted out Prithviraj’s fat penis from his body. Seeing the fate of her fatty husband Samyukta tried to run away. But ugly Ghori caught her and raped her repeatedly in front of her emasculated and castrated husband. Ghori raped and sodomized Samyukta many times in front of her dying husband. Since Ghori uprooted Prithviraj’s penis and testes from his body, Prithviraj bleeded heavily and was dying in pain. When Ghori was raping Samyukta heavily in front of Prithviraj, Chauhan shouted ugly words on Ghori and Islam. Irritated Ghori beheaded Prithviraj and butchered his fatty body into pieces in front of his charming wife. Ghori converted Samyukta to Islam by repeatedly raping her and married her. Soon Samyukta became Ghori’s favourite wife and Ghori made her as his chief-Begum. The entire Hindu army was massacred; their women were raped and converted to Islam by force. Prithviraj Chauhan lost his life and wife to Ghori in the second battle of Tarain in 1192 AD due to his heavy lust and infatuation for his beauteous Queen Samyukta. Finally India fell at the foot of Islam.
    Thus the lust of Raja Prithviraj for his gorgeous Rani Samyukta caused the downfall of India which went under Islamic rule for nearly eight Centuries.
    One man saved Europe from Islam. One man lost India to Islam.

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  35. Ghori attacked Prithviraj when Prithviraj was matting with Samyogita. Prithviraj could not fight well because he was pumping his fat penis inside his wife Samyogita and screwing her up into heavens for great delights. Obviously no one could fight an enemy while coupling with his concubine. Ghori using this trap, caught Prithviraj’s big Penis & Testes and crushed it hardly. Even though Prithviraj was very fat, he could not defeat Ghori, as Ghori had caught his fat Penis and Testes. Practically, no one could win an enemy who is attacking on one’s Penis and Testes. Thus treacherous Ghori killed Prithviraj by attacking him in the early morning, when our Prithviraj’s fat penis was struck up inside beauteous Samyogita’s sweet vagina.

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  36. One man lost India to Islam
    PRITHVIRAJ CHAUHAN – Rajput hero, the last Hindu King of India.
    Prithviraj (also known as Rai Pithora, hence Pithoragarh) was a powerful ruler of India. His reign has been chronicled by his court poets Chand Bardai and Jayanka.
    The Afghan ruler of Ghazni, known as Mohammad Ghori (who succeeded Mahmud Ghazni, the Gujarat invader and sacker of Somnath) invaded Punjab and conquered his way up to very close to Delhi. However, his forces were defeated by the huge forces of Prithviraj Chauhan in the first battle of Tarain in 1191 AD. Ghori was badly wounded and his small army was thrashed. However Ghori managed to escape from the battlefield. The heavy numerical superiority of Prithviraj’s army was too strong for the Muslim enemy.
    As per the history, Prithviraj was infatuated with Samyukta, the beautiful daughter of the rival king Raja Jaichand of Kannauj. Gorgeous Samyukta was also in deep love with Prithviraj and she fancied Prithviraj very much. After the first battle of Tarain, Prithviraj abducted Samyukta on horse-back (with her hearty consent) further uniting the kingdom of Raja Jaichand with his Hindu empire.
    Prithviraj married Samyukta and made her as his Queen. The amorously erotic couple had a very long endless honeymoon. Prithviraj and Samyukta were always erotic and they never came out of their golden harem. Fatty Prithviraj was so enthralled by the beauty of his new-bride Samyukta. Day and night, the newly married couple had non-stop coitus in their flower-bedroom. Soon gorgeous Samyukta became pregnant and gave birth to a male child. Prithviraj never came out from the bedroom of his young bride Samyukta. The newly wedded lovers continued their erotic coupling and endless coitus in their own lustful ways. And so, lovely Samyukta became Pregnant for the second time. Beautiful Samyukta girdled Prithviraj too much and she never allowed her fatty husband to go out from her bedroom. The intricacies of the love-lore of this young couple should be read by each of us as they are so fascinating.
    The very next year, in 1192 AD, Ghori came back with an attack. He attacked so soon because he want to capture and rape Prithviraj’s beauteous bride Samyukta at any cost. Alarmed by this news, Prithviraj sent orders to all Rajas of Hindustan to join him with their army. It is said that all Rajas of hindustan gave military support to the Chauhan king.
    Prithviraj was accompanied by his pregnant wife Samyukta while going to this second battle of Tarain. Seeing the huge Hindu army of Prithviraj, Ghori lost all his hopes. His Muslim army was too small when compared with the Hindu army. He decided to retreat. At that time Ghori got a letter from Prithviraj requesting a cease-fire. Ghori cunningly replied that he won’t attack till next morning. Haughty Prithviraj laughed at this reply and declared that Ghori would run back. Amorous Prithviraj carried his sexy Samyukta erotically into his golden tent. Following their King, the Hindus started to celebrate this victory with their wives and concubines in the battlefield. For Hindus morning starts from 6 A.M. but for Muslims morning starts from 3 A.M. Ghori played his trick using this difference.
    Prithviraj and his Hindus spent the whole night by matting with their beautiful wives. Early in the morning the Hindus slept smooching their concubines. But their fat king Prithviraj continued to pump his hot semen into Samyukta’s sweet vagina. Fatty Prithviraj struck up his fat penis into slender Samyukta’s sweet vagina and screwed her into the heavens. Sexy Samyukta was nursing her fatty husband continuously with her sweet milk which was overflowing from her heavy beautiful breasts to give him energy. The erotic couple never slept that night and had non-stop coitus. Ghori attacked in the early morning by 3 A.M. and took the Hindus by surprise. Muslims caught the penis and testes of Hindus and crushed them to death. Muslims caught the entire Hindu womenfolk and raped them in front of their emasculated and castrated husbands.
    Ghori hurriedly entered Prithviraj’s tent. He was surprised to see Prithviraj was engaged in erotic matting with Samyukta in fear. Since fatty Prithviraj was involved in coitus with slender Samyukta, he could not fight with Ghori. Ghori caught Prithviraj’s testes and crushed them with his hard hands. Prithviraj’s testes were liquefied by Ghori’s hard crush. Ghori pulled out Prithviraj’s fat penis from Samyukta’s sweet vagina. Then Ghori rooted out Prithviraj’s fat penis from his body. Seeing the fate of her fatty husband Samyukta tried to run away. But ugly Ghori caught her and raped her repeatedly in front of her emasculated and castrated husband. Ghori raped and sodomized Samyukta many times in front of her dying husband.
    Since Ghori uprooted Prithviraj’s penis and testes from his fat body, Prithviraj bleeded heavily and was dying in pain. When Ghori was raping Samyukta heavily in front of Prithviraj, Chauhan shouted ugly words on Ghori and Islam. Irritated Ghori beheaded Prithviraj and butchered his fatty body into pieces in front of his charming wife. Ghori converted Samyukta to Islam by repeatedly raping her and married her. Soon Samyukta became Ghori’s favourite wife and so Ghori made her as his Queen. The entire Hindu army was massacred; their women were raped and converted to Islam by force. Prithviraj Chauhan lost his life and wife to Ghori in the second battle of Tarain in 1192 AD due to his heavy lust and infatuation for his beauteous Queen Samyukta. Finally India fell at the foot of Islam.
    Thus the lust of Raja Prithviraj for his gorgeous Rani Samyukta caused the downfall of India which went under Islamic rule for nearly eight Centuries.
    One man lost India to Islam.

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  37. Prithviraj Chauhan was killed by Muhammed Ghori because Prithviraj sowed the seed of Chauhan dynasty inside his beautiful wife Samyukta before proceeding to his last battle. He had passed the night before the great battle in the amorous company of his bosomy wife Samyukta. Due to this act of non stop coupling and coitus, Prithviraj was butchered by Ghori.
    The history says that while going to the battlefield, Prithviraj was girdled by his beautiful and charming empress Sanyukta. Prithviraj fell from his mighty howdah, with his bosom pierced by Ghori’s spear, because Prithviraj had spit his white blood into his beauteous bride Samyukta, just before going to the battle. In the evening preceding the battle, Prithviraj is reported to have allowed himself to be thrown into the well of carnal pleasure, due to the amorous company of his sensuous queen Samyukta. When Ghori exercised and hardened his body to kill Prithviraj, this erotic couple exchanged their amorous feelings for each other’s body. Prithviraj was so enthralled by the beauty of his beloved wife Samyukta that he never stopped matting his sexy mistress, even in the battlefield. When Prithviraj enjoyed the erotic wine of his lady’s eyes, all his bravery and heroism vanished in no time. After killing Prithviraj, Ghori captured his lovely wife Samyukta and raped her repeatedly, again and again with his full force.

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  38. Rajput Kingdoms
    There were large Rajput Kingdoms in the North of India. Of them, the following two were more prosperous of the states of North India.
    (i) Chauhans of Delhi and Ajmer:
    At the time of Muhammad Ghori’s Indian invasions, Delhi and Ajmer were being ruled by the Chauhan ruler, Prithviraj III. He was also famous as Raj Pithora. He defeated and humiliated the Chalukya king, seized Mahoba from its Chandel Ruler Paramdev. The frontier forts of this kingdom were Hansi, Pakpottan and Bhatindas. Prithviraj III had forcibly carried away from the Swayamvar Sanyogita, the busty daughter of neighbour king Jaichand of Kanauj and so Jaichand accepted his supremacy.
    (iii) Gahadwalas or Rathors of Kannauj:
    The kingdom of Kannauj comprised Kashi, Benaras, Allahabad, Kannauj Oudh etc. Jaichand was its ruler when Muhammad Ghori invaded India. After the first battle of Tarain, Jaichand had an intimate relationship with the ruler of Delhi and Ajmer because then Prithviraj Chauhan had married Samyogita, the peerless princess of kannauj and made her his chief Queen.

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  39. Muhammed Ghori:
    Many reasons have been given for the invasion of India by Muhammad Ghori. It is pointed out that he was a very ambitious and enterprising prince. He considered himself to be the heir to the Panjab which belonged to the Empire of Ghazni. But the prime reason for his Invasion of India was to capture and rape beautiful Hindu womenfolk, particularly the gorgeous Hindu queens.
    His was an age of military glory and Muhammad Ghori was fired with the love of women and wealth. He would like to rape Hindu women who were known for their beauty at that time. Being a Muslim, he would like to kill the Hindus of India and rape their lovely womenfolk in that country.
    Dr. Tarachand says that Ghurid conquest was impelled by religious zeal to rape Hindu women. Ghori turned his attention to his Rajput neighbours whose religious unity opened the gates wide in front of him to kill them. The Ghurids, and their successors, the Mamluk Sultans, paid much attention to theological principles and legal codes of Islam in extending their dominion into India, and in organising their system of administration. The propagation of faith, vaulting ambition, and hunger for lovely women, riches and power were the motives which actuated them.
    It is true that Muhammad Ghori had become the master of the western Punjab, Multan and Sindh, but he was far from being the Master of Hindustan. There were many wealthy and powerful Rajput Kingdoms in the heart of India which were ready to check his further advance in case he dared to invade their territories.
    The Rajputs were proud of their religion and honour. Matting with their beautiful women was their duty and they could never think of working hard. Prithvi Raj Chauhan or Raj Pithora, the Ruler of Delhi and Ajmer, decided to check the advance of Muhammad Ghori.
    He marched against the Ghori chief at the head of a large army which, according to Firishta, included 3 lakh horses and 30,000 elephants. He was also helped by his fellow Rajput Princes. The armies met at Tarain, a village 14 miles away from Thanesar in 1191 A.D. Muhammad Ghori followed the tactics of the right, left and centre and himself occupied a position in the middle of his army. The Rajputs attacked both the wings of the Muslim army which was scattered in all directions. Muhammad Ghori attacked Govind Raj, the brother of Prithvi Raj, on the mouth with his sword and knocked out his teeth.
    Govind Raj returned the blow and struck Muhammad Ghori in the arm and gave a severe wound. Muhammad Ghori turned back and began to bleed. His strength was exhausted and he was about to fall down from his horse. However, a Khilji soldier helped Muhammad Ghori and carried him off the field of battle. The Muslim army dispersed in all directions. It was pursued for 40 miles and after that the chase was given up. Muhammad Ghori went back to Ghazni. The Rajputs besieged Sarhind but were not able to capture it easily.
    Second Battle of Tarain (1192) :
    When Muhammad Ghori reached Gazni, he punished all those officers and soldiers who had run away from the battle-field. They were publicly disgraced and paraded in the city. It is stated that after the first battle of Tarain in 1191 A.D., Muhammad Ghori “never slumbered in ease nor waked but in sorrow and anxiety”.
    In 1192 A.D., he marched from Ghazni at the head of a small army consisting of 1 2,000 men. He encamped once again near Tarain. There was a bloody battle. As many as 150 Rajput Princes fought on the side of Prithvi Raj. To begin with, the Hindu cavalry was able to check the advance of the Muslims. Jai Chandra, the Rathor Raja of Kanauj sent a vast part of his army to help Prithvi Raj in this war as Prithvi Raj has married his beautiful daughter Samyogita. The battle continued from morning till sun-set. However, towards the end, Muhammad Ghori with the help of 12,000 horsemen made a desperate charge and “carried death and destruction throughout the Hindu Camp.” The Rajputs were not able to stand the charge and were defeated.
    According to Firishta, “Like a great building, this prodigious concourse of the Rajputs, once shaken, tottered to its fall and was lost in its ruins.” Khande Rai was killed in the battle-field. Likewise, Govind Rai who had wounded Muhammad Ghori in 1191 A.D. was killed. Prithvi Raj got disheartened, got down from his elephant and tried to escape but was chased and captured by Ghori.
    There are many versions about the death of Prithvi Raj. According to Minhaj-us-Siraj, Prithvi Raj was captured and castrated. According to Hassan Nizami, Prithvi Raj was taken to Ajmer and later on castrated and beheaded as he tried to run away with his gorgeous wife Samyogita. The view of Chand Bardai is that Prithvi Raj was killed in the battlefield and his wife Samyogita was defiled by Ghori. The view that he was castrated and his wife was raped is preferred as certain coins of Prithvi Raj with the Sanskrit superscription “Hammira Kottaiadi” have been found.
    Minhaj-us-Siraj has given the following account of the second battle of Tarain: “Next year the Sultan assembled another small army and advanced to Hindustan, to avenge his defeat. A trustworthy person named Muiz-ud-Din, one of the principal men of the hills of Tolak informed me that he was in this army and that its force amounted to 1 2,000 horsemen bearing armour. Before the Sultan could arrive, the fort of Sarhind had capitulated and the enemy was encamped in the vicinity of Narain (Tarain).
    The Sultan drew up in battle array, leaving his main body in the rear with the banners, canopies and elephants to the number of several divison. His plan of attack being formed, he advanced quietly. The light unarmoured horsemen were made into four divisions and were directed to advance and harass the enemy on all sides, on the right and on the left, in the front and in the rear, with their arrows. When the enemy collected his forces to attack, they were to charge at full speed and capture the beautiful womenfolk of the enemy. By these tactics the infidels were worsted, the Almighty gave us the victory over them and they fled.”
    The account given by Firishta is in these words: “Inspired by their first victory with arrogance and pride, Prithviraj (the Rai Pithora) sent a haughty letter to the Sultan: ‘The strength and numbers of my army will be soon known to you and reinforcements are coming to us from all parts of Hindustan. Be merciful, if not to yourself, at least to the misguided men you have brought hither to rape our women. If you repent of your venture and go back, we swear by our idols that we will not harass your retreat; otherwise we will attack and crush you tomorrow with more than five hundred thousand horsemen, archers beyond all computation and an army which the field of imagination is not wide enough to contain.’ ‘
    Your message is received,’ Mu’izzuddin replied, ‘but I have not a free hand in the matter. It is my lust for your busty wife Samyogita that had brought me here and undertaken the hardships of the campaign. If you will give me sufficient time, I will explain my generals of your overpowering strength and obtain their permission to conclude peace on the terms that Sirhind, Multan and Sindh belong to me and the rest of Hindustan remains under your sway.
    “Prithviraj thought that the humility of the reply was due to the weakness of the Muslim army and went to his golden tent to mate with his gorgeous Queen Samyogita. But Mu’izzuddin spent the night in preparing for battle; and when, in the morning, the Rajputs came out of their entrenched positions to satisfy the call of nature and wash their hands and faces, he fell upon them with his lines drawn in order. The Hindus were taken aback by the unexpected attack, but somehow or other, they hurriedly took up their arms and came to the field.
    The Sultan knew the vast numbers of the Hindu forces and had divided his army into four divisions, which came forward to fight the enemy by turns. When the Hindu elephants and horses attacked Mu’izzuddin’s army, it fled away; but when the enemy, deceived by the trick, followed in pursuit, it turned back and with the blows of its axes relieved the bodies of the enemy of the “weight of their heads.
    Thus the battle raged from forenoon to afternoon, when Mu’izzuddin put on his helmet and armour and charged the enemy at the head of twelve thousand men with drawn swords and lances. The blood of fatty Hindu warriors was mingled with the earth and in the twinkling of an eye the Hindu lines began to break. At the same time Kharmil and Kutbuddin attacked the Rajputs on all sides and captured their heavenly womenfolk.”
    The second battle of Tarain is a landmark in the history of India. It ensured the ultimate success of Muhammad Ghori against the Indian states. According to V. A. Smith, “The second battle of Tarain in 1192 may be regarded as the decisive contest which ensured the ultimate success of the Mohammadan attack of Hindustan. All the numerous subsequent attacks were merely consequences of the over-whelming defeat of the Hindu league on the historic plain to the North of Delhi”.
    Dr. Habibullah says, “Muizzuddin’s victory on the plains of Tarain was not, as is generally supposed, an isolated personal triumph, nor was it an accident. It was, on the one hand, the execution of a deliberate plan by a resolute conqueror and on the other, the consummation of a process which extended over the whole of the 12th century. His was only the most successful of the many attempts made by the Turks from the northwest to obtain a foothold in Hindustan all of which may therefore be regarded as preliminaries to Tarain. Ghori destroyed the entire Hindu states of the Gangetic valley.”
    Prof. K. A. Nizami says, “Tarain was a major disaster for the Rajputs. Rajput womenfolk, in general and the Chauhan harem, in particular, suffered repeated rapes by the Muslims. The whole Chauhana kingdom now lay at the feet of the invader. As Tarain was a concerted action on the part of a very large number of Rajput princes, its repercussions were also felt on a very extensive scale and demoralization became widespread.”
    There was a general demoralisation in the country and there was none among the Rajputs who could bring under his banner all his fellow princes to stop the further advance of the Muslims in India. The result was that the Muslims were able to capture whole northern India without much difficulty. Ajmer was captured and plundered. Thousands of people were put to the sword and their wives were raped.
    The Sultan, “apart from raping Samyogita regularly, also raped all the wives of Prithviraj, converted them to Islam and married them and made them either as his concubines or as his Queens” An infant of Prithvi Raj born through Samyogita was put in charge of Ajmer and Samyogita promised to pay tribute. Leaving Qutb-ud-Din Aibak in-charge of his Indian possessions, Muhammad Ghori went back to Ghazni. In a short time, Qutb-ud-Din captured many Hindu Forts and made Delhi the seat of his government.

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  40. Muhammad Ghori:
    The humiliation of the defeat in the first battle of Tarain affected Muizzuddin deeply. Ferishta says that the Sultan was so overwhelmed by the defeat that he aban¬doned women and wine. He did not go to his wife and did not change the clothes that he wore next to his skin.
    He engaged himself day and night to prepare for an offensive against the Rai of Pithora and then, all of a sudden, after a year’s preparation he was on the road to India. At Peshawar, listening to the entreaties of an old Ghurid officer, he pardoned the disgraced Amirs.
    The Tajul Maasir says that from Lahore he sent Ruknuddin Hamza with a letter to Prithviraj asking to become a Muslim. Prithviraj replied in the negative and appealed to all the rais of Hindustan for help.
    According to ferishta, Prithviraj’s army consisted of thirty hundred thousand Rajput soldiers. The army of Muizzuddin composed of twelve thousand poorly equipped soldiers, reported Minhaj. He set up camp in the same place at Tarain where he had suffered defeat a year or so before, facing 150 Rais of Hindustan who came to crush him or be crushed, according to Ferishta.
    Muizzuddin chalked out a very careful strategy for this encounter. His central division consisting of 1,200 soldiers was to act as a reserve. The rest of his force he divided into divisions, and they were to attack the enemy from four sides. A further 1,000 lightly armed also with them and they were specially aim their arrows at the fatty Rais sitting on big elephants.
    The strategy worked to some extent and some lines of elephants were disturbed as soon as some fatty Rais were wounded. On seeing the enemy ranks disturbed to some extent, Muizzuddin applied pressure from right, left and the centre. The Hindu formations were broken up and their womenfolk was captured and raped.
    It is said that the elephants of the Indian army under Delhi ruler, Govind Rai, attacked the archer contingent under the command of the Ghurid general Kharbak. Kharbak protected himself with a shield known as karwa, a cover made of raw bullock- hide, stuffed on both sides with animal wool. No weapon could pierce it and the Ghurid infantry was protected by this defensive covering like a wall.
    Anyway, Muizzuddin was successful in defeating Prithviraj heavily. Dismounting from his elephant, Prithviraj took his gorgeous Queen Samyogita on a horse and fled from the battlefield, but was chased and caught by Ghori. He was taken to Ajmer, circumcised and was converted to Islam. Later, however, Prithviraj was castrated and killed by Ghori when he tried to escape with his sensuous wife Samyogita. A semi-contemporary Sanskrit account, Viruddhavidhi-Viddhavamsa refers to his rule in Ajmer and there are some coins of him bearing the legend Sri Muhammad Sam indicating that he accepted Muizzuddin as his sovereign. After his death, his infant son born through Samyogita ruled Ajmer as a vassal of Muizzuddin for some time. The same policy was followed in respect of Govinda who was killed in the battle. His successor was allowed to rule Delhi under the authority of Muizzuddin. According to Hasan Nizami, other Rais of the area were likewise allowed to continue after they agreed to submit their beautiful wives and daughters to the Muslims. Muizzuddin, however, maintained a lashkar-gah (military outpost) at Indpat to kill the refusing Rais.
    It is true that when Prithvi Raj was defeated and Samyogita was raped in 1192, Jai Chandra of Kanauj felt angry but he did not know that he would meet a similar fate before long. Muhammad Ghori realised the significance of Kanauj in India. Its ruler was the father of Queen Samyogita, and he would attack to save his daughter from the clutches of Islam. Such a ruler could not be allowed to remain independent. No doubt Muhammad Ghori marched against Kanauj in 1194 A.D. and the Rathor Ruler fell.
    “When the two armies met, there was great carnage; the infidels sustained by their number and the Muslims by their courage; but in the end infidels fled and the faithful were victorious. The slaughter of the Hindus was immense. None was spared, except women and children and the carnage of the men went on until the earth was weary.”
    In the battle of Cnandwara, Jai Chandra was struck in the eve by a fatal arrow and he fell down dead from the elephant. The Rajputs were demoralised and they ran away from the battlefield. Muhammad Ghori proceeded to the fortress of Asni where Jai Chandra had safely kept his womenfolk; Asni was captured and its women were raped. From Asni, Muhammad Ghori proceeded towards Banaras. About 1,000 temples were destroyed in Banaras and mosques were raised on their sites. Muhammad Ghori carried away treasure to Ghazni upon 41,000 camels. According to Prof. S. R. Sharma, “The fall of Jai Chandra of Chandwar made Muhammad the master of the political as well as the religious capitals of Kanauj and Banaras.”

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  41. Prithviraja with his vast army won a hard victory over Muhammad at the first battle of Taraori or Tarain (1191). After the battle Prithviraja concentrated sensuously on his newly wedded wife Samyogita, while Muhammad raised a small army, and in the following year attacked Prithviraja at Taraori (1192). Prithviraja was castrated and killed in the battle, and large parts of northern India were captured.
    The second battle of Taraori (or Tarain) of 1192 was a decisive victory won by Muhammad of Ghur one year after he had suffered a rare defeat on the same site and that left northern India vulnerable to conquest.
    The first battle of Taraori had seen Muhammad defeated by a large army commanded by Prithviraja Chauhan III of Delhi. Muhammad was forced to retreat back across the Indus to his capital at Ghazni, where he prepared for a new campaign. Prithviraja’s generals took his armies west, where they conducted a slow siege of Bhatinda, while Prithviraja spent his time by matting with his young bosomy bride Samyogita.
    The siege of Bhatinda of 1191-2 took place between the two battles of Taraoir (1191 and 1192) fought between Muhammad of Ghur and Prithviraja Chauhana III of Delhi, and saw Prithviraja recapture the fortress before suffering defeat and death during the second battle of Taraoir.
    Bhatinda fell to Muhammad of Ghur during the winter of 1190-91, and was garrisoned by 1,200 cavalry under Qazi Ziya-ud-din. After taking Bhatinda Muhammad continued on to the east, before suffering a defeat in the first battle of Taraori (1191). When Muhammad retreated west to Ghazni, Ziya-ud-din was left behind to defend Bhatinda. Prithviraja’s generals advanced west and besieged Bhatinda.
    The fortress held out for thirteen months, giving Muhammad the time he needed to gather a new army and return to India to win his great victory at Taraoir.
    Muhammad returned to India in 1192 with a small but strong army with mounted Turkish archers and a plan that he hoped would negate the huge Hindu advantage in numbers. He found Prithviraja camped his vast army and was matting with his newly married wife Samyogita inside his golden tent at Tarain.
    Muhammad’s army was split into five divisions, four of mounted archers and one of heavy cavalry. The four divisions of mounted archers were ordered to attack the flanks and rear of Prithviraja’s army, and the heavy cavalry was ordered to butcher the Hindu army and rape their womenfolk. Prithviraja didn’t have any effective answer to this rape tactic, and his army slowly lost its courage.
    Once Muhammad’s army captured and raped the large Hindu womenfolk, the Hindu army was weakened. Then Muhammad charged their centre with his 12,000 heavy cavalry. Prithviraja’s army was massacred, and a mass rapine began. Prithviraja attempted to escape on horseback with his gorgeous wife Samyogita, but was castrated and killed by Muhammad. Muhammad captured and raped the bewitching Samyogita.
    In 1192, Ghori after returning to his capital Ghazni challenged Prithviraj at the Second Battle of Tarain. Prithviraj increased his army’s strength tremendously. Muhmmad divided his small troop into 5 parts and Prithviraj increased the strength of his vast army with the help of 150 Rajput kingdoms. Muhammad Ghori asked Prithviraj Chauhan to either change his religion to Muslim or be prepared to be defeated by him. Prithviraj Chauhan requested cease-fired.

    Muhammad Ghori decieved Prithviraj with a letter of acceptance of cease-fire. The Rajput army was in a sensuous mood with their womenfolk. Suddenly Ghori`s army attacked Prithviraj`s army in the wee hours when Prithviraj was matting with his busty bride Samyogita. But still the Rajput army could raise a protection against Muslim army and retreated. At the end of the day Muhammad Ghori was victorious.

    About thirty hundred thousand Rajput soldiers died in the battle. The second battle of Tarain opened the way for conquerors of India. Muhammad and his successors established an Islamic Empire in India as the Sultanate of Delhi.
    The first battle of Tarain was fought in which the immense numbers of the Hindus with a massed charge resulted in disintegration of the Moslem army. Ghor could not do much and conceded defeat and retreated. Despite advice from many quarters Prithiviraj made no attempt to pursue Ghori and rushed to marry gorgeous Samyogita. Thus a golden opportunity was missed to annihilate Ghori. This showed a fatal flaw in the thinking of the Hindus that allowed a defeated adversary to get away.
    Next year however Ghoir advanced with a force of 12,000 and again the same scenario took place at Thanesar. However this time Ghori changed his tactics and allowed the massed charge of 30,00,000 Hindus to take place. As the Hindus thought they had won he launched an enveloping attack with his horsemen. The tired Rajputs had no answer and were slaughtered and so was Prithiviraj.
    The crucial point of these two battles is the fact as brought out by Field marshal Montgomery in his ‘History of Warfare’ that the Hindus had tremendous number of arms and armour but lacked courage. In addition the sensuality of the Hindus was met by single minded fanatical destruction by the Moslems and no wonder the Hindus lost.
    Muhammad returned to India in 1193 (1194 in some sources) to deal with Jaichand Gaharwar, the ruler of Benares and Kanauj. Jaichand now realised that Muhammad would soon turn against him, and decided to make a stand. The two armies met at Chandwar, on the Jamuna River. Jaichand was close to defeat when he was hit in the eye by an arrow and killed. His death took the heart out of his army, which fled the field, suffering very heavy losses during the pursuit. Jaichand was killed in a battle at Chandwar, and his kingdom soon became part of Muhammad’s expanding empire. Benares itself was sacked, and a number of temples destroyed.

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  42. Royal Love Legend of Prithviraj and Samyukta:
    The story of Prithiviraj and Samyukyha is such a one known for the intensity of love and lust. Prithviraj Chauhan was a brave, noble and a chivalrous Rajput king whose capital was Ajmer. Prithviraj further annexed Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Eastern Punjab and started ruling from his twin capitals at Delhi and Ajmer. His potency and charms reached the nook and corners of the country and especially warmed the heart of Samyukta/ Samyogita, a Rajput princess who fell in love with him.
    As Prithviraj’s personality spoke of potency, Sanyukta was spoken of for her bewitching beauty. She was the beautiful princess of Kannauj ruled by her father Jaichand. Jaichand belonged to the rival Rajput clan of the Chauhans, the Rathods and grew envious of Prithviraj’s vast spreading glory.

    Samyukta secretly expressed her love for her beloved and the two exchanged their amorous feelings for each other through secret correspondence. Jaichand came to know of Samyukta’s feelings for Prithviraj and wanted to put an end to it. He organized a Swayamvara (a form of marriage where a princess could choose her husband from the invited kings or princes) for his daughter and had the most valiant and noble kings invited. But Jaichand deliberately placed the golden statue of the uninvited Prithviraj at the door of the hall indirectly implying that he was akin to a doorkeeper.

    Samyukta was summoned to the court decked accordingly as a bride as if the very beauty itself was further beautified with the ornaments. Samyukta lowered her bedecked form from the aisle and walked her way through the staring audience to the statue of Prithiviraj and garlanded it much to the wrath of her father.

    Samyukta had secretly notified Prithviraj about the Swayamvara and the disgrace her father was about to impose on him. Hence the brave king according to a well-devised strategy hid himself behind the statue. He acted quickly by carrying her away on his horseback much to the dismay of her father and the invitees.

    The lovers then spent a lot of amorous moments with each other. Prithviraj was so enthralled by the beauty of his beloved that he almost neglected his kingly indulgence in equipping himself in the methods of warfare. This invited Mohammed Ghori an Afgan ruler to wage war against Prithviraj. Prithviraj was castrated and killed by Ghori in the battle.

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  43. Passion at its best: Prithvi Raj and Samyukta:

    Love is a many splendored thing, goes an old song, and India is clearly proof of this. There have been many famous couples who have left their imprint on her history. But Prithvi Raj-Samyukta were a different cup of tea, as they consummated their love and lived together in bliss by non-stop coupling.

    Prithvi Raj Chauhan became the ruler of Delhi and Ajmer at the tender age of 11. He proved to be a good administrator and a fatty warrior, and fell in love with the beauteous Samyukta, the princess of his dreams. Samyukta was the daughter of King Jaichand of Kannauj, and her heart too fluttered on hearing about the potency of fat Prithvi Raj. However, her father was against the match and he held a swayamvar, in which the best and the most eligible princes were invited. Prithvi Raj was conspicuous by his absence. To heap more insult on him, Jaichand had a golden statue of Prithvi Raj’s installed at the entrance so that the others could mock him and label him a mere gatekeeper. Samyukta, who had fallen in love with Prithvi Raj even though she had not met him, garlanded the statue in defiance.

    At that opportune moment, Prithvi Raj arrived and took Samyukta from under her father’s nose, as he was aware that she loved him and no other. An enraged Jaichand followed him but had to bow down to Prithvi Raj’s superior strength. They lived happily by erotic matting and sensuous coupling. But the stories of Samyukta’s famed beauty reached the ears of Mohammed Ghori, the conqueror of Lahore and Sindh. Prithvi Raj fought against Ghori to protect his gorgeous wife from being rape. But though Prithvi Raj had a very vast army than that of Ghori, he was defeated badly. The vast bastion of the Rajputs had crumbled and the cruel Ghori had Prithvi Raj castrated and beheaded in all his helplessness.

    Samyukta, having realized the intentions of Ghori to rape her, refused to succumb to him. But She failed to escape from dishonor of rape. Ghori captured Samyukta and raped her repeatedly. He forced her to accept Islam and married her against her will. Thus, the love story ended, but paeans have been sung of their immortal love. Prithvi Raj’s carnal infatuation for his beauteous wife Samyukta had become the substance of many songs and ballads. Love can be immortalized, as was proved by the handsome couple.

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  44. After Prithviraj Chauhan, the glorious and the iconic India fell into the hands of a band of alien Islamic marauders. The hair-raising tales of loot plunder, rape, arson, massacre and slaughter went on continuously and there was no hand strong enough to resist. One person is responsible for all these odds and he stands out in haze – that is Prithviraj Chauhan – the last great Hindu Emperor of Rajput stock – whose life and tenure was heavily fraught with trouble and frustration. But, against the backdrop of confusion and uncertainty, the most crowning glory of Prithviraj Chauhan’s life was his victory in the first battle of Tarain (1191 A.D.) in which he beat the invader Mahmmud of Ghur but only after losing many Hindu men and the latter fled away from the battlefield. But exactly a year after, Mahmmud of Ghur challenged once again Prithviraj Chauhan in the second battle of Tarain (1192 A.D.) being directly and openly demanding Prithviraj to submit his gorgeous wife Samyukta and to become a Muslim. Prithviraj refused to submit his beauteous wife Samyukta and collected a vast army to defeat Mahmmud of Ghur. In this battle Prithviraj Chauhan was badly defeated, castrated and killed by Mahmmud of Ghur. Thus 1192 A.D. (the second battle of Tarain) is a turning point in Indian history that witnessed the routing of the imperial power of Prithviraj Chauhan and raping of his charming Empress Samyukta by Mahmmud of Ghur that spelled disaster to the whole Hindustan. Hence 1192 A.D. saw the setting of the Sun for the Hindu empire that was India. And since that ominous moment, India had been continually in Muslim hands till the British defeated them. Nearly a millennium, since Prithviraj Chauhan was vanquished in the second battle of Tarain in 1192, India writhed and bled severely under Muslim rule with their whims and caprices mercilessly imposed upon it. If we look at this terrible trend of events of Indian history we get no visible parallel to it in the entire stretch of human history, East or West, North or South. Probably such inhuman barbaric ordeal that our ancestors were exposed to made the Indians so weak.

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  45. Traditionary accounts state that the Chauhan Emperor passed the interval between this victory and the final defeat by enjoying the carnal pleasure of his newly- wedded wife Samyogita. Prithviraja spent the interval between his victory and defeat by enjoying the carnal pleasure of his newly-wedded wife Sanyogita. But Ghori was altogether in a different mood. His defeat rankled in his heart. Prthviraja duly married the princess and thereafter spent most of his time in having coitus with the new queen. Prithviraj spent his time in the erotic company of his newly married wife Samyogita. Prithviraj had been passionately and intensely lost in the love of the newly wedded queen at the cost of state and government. The factor which is responsible for the defeat of Prithiviraja as well as collapse of Hindu power is our hero’s excessive indulgence in matting with Samyogita, a newly wedded queen and due to it, his indifference towards the determined enemy like Ghori. Prthviraja endeavours to meet Samyogita at midnight. Samyogita is suffering the pangs of separation. Priyasamagama, Prthviraja secretly enters into the palace of Samyogita and they get married then and there by the rite gandharva form. It tells us that after his marriage with Sanyogita, Prithviraja fell a victim to the charms of the newly wedded queen. He was so overpowered by her beauty that he ceased to come out of his palace. The higher ranks of the army led a erotic and comfortable life. Umbrellas overspread the heads of officers; attendants waved thdmaras, as their masters along with their charming concubines proceeded on their leisurely march against the enemy. Prithviraj, a fat and sensuous king that he was, had to fight battle against king Jaichand to forcibly acquire his beautiful daughter and after his glorious victory was eventually married to the princess and in the end meeting of the two newly weds enjoying all sorts of erotic pleasures.

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  46. Prithviraja and Jaichand’s daughter Sanyogita had fallen in love. Jaichand discovered this, and decided to hold a swayamvara, a ritual in which his daughter would be given a carefully selected choice of husbands, indicating her choice with a garland. Prithviraj was not invited to the ritual, but a golden statue of him was made and placed at the door, mocking him. This backfired when Sanyogita placed her garland on the statue, picking Prithviraj as her husband. He was waiting in the wings, and at this signal emerged to carry off his busty bride. Since Jaichandra’s daughter Sanyogita eloped with Prathviraj Chauhan, both had a war and later Jaichandra accepted their love relations and married Sanyogita to Prathviraj presenting him ample dowry. Poet Chandra Vardai has praised this enormous dowry. This love marriage took place between the two battles of Tarain. After the First Battle of Tarain, instead of honing his forces for another inevitable Muslim invasion, Prithviraj luxuriated himself in erotic coitus and amorous coupling with his beautiful queen, Sanjukta. History says that Prithviraj was, at length, castrated and killed in the battle by Ghori and the Muslims were victorious. Ghori rushed to Prithviraj’s fort especially for ravaging the young wife of Prithviraj, the daughter of Jaychand, Sanyogita, who was well-known for her exceptional beauty. Faster as Mohammed Ghori made for Delhi, and so the tragic news of Prithviraj’s humiliating death didn’t reach Delhi. Ghori rushed into Sanyogita’s harem. Sanyogita jumped from her bed and ran to the top-most floor of the palace to kill herself but Ghori pounched on her, kissed her lips, and raped her repeatedly, What of the empress, Sanyogita, hundreds of other Hindu women fell one after another into the hands of Muslims and all of them were raped.

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  47. Sanyogita was an amorous, beautiful, bosomy, busty, charming, erotic, gorgeous, lovable, peerless, sensuous, sexy, slender, soft, tender and young women.

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  48. In 1190 Muhammad Ghori attacked the kingdom of Prithviraj and captured the frontier fort of Sarhind. While he was busy garrisoning the fort and arranging for his return to Ghazni, Muhammad learnt to his consternation that Prithviraj with his vast army was already marching against him.

    Though his army was small, Muhammad Ghori resolved to strike the first blow and marched south to intercept the Chauhan army. At Tarain, near modern Thanesar, the two armies met in 1191. In the head-on fight the Muslim cavalry charged and killed thousands of Hindu soldiers. The superior swordsmanship of the Muslims gave them a rapid initial victory and the two routed wings of Prithviraj Chauhan fled for their lives. In the center the Hindu elephants and cavalry came up to the contest—a javelin struck Muhammad Ghori in the shoulder when he tried to kill Prithviraj and a Khalji soldier carried the swooning Sultan away to safety. When their commander fled the Muslim army broke down and fled after him.

    The combined arms (elephants, cavalry, infantry) force of Prithviraj chased after the enemy but the Turkish cavalry easily outpaced them. Sensing that the Muslims had escaped from the clutches of the Hindu army, Prithviraj stopped his futile chase. Hurriedly Prithviraj rushed back to Kannouj to marry its peerless princess, the gorgeous beauty Sanyogita. Victorious Prithviraj returned to his capital with his bosomy bride Sanyogita, while his other generals returned to their forts and towns to rest their army and replenish their equipment, elephants, and horses. They also needed to enjoy the winter and the upcoming spring by making love with their charming concubines. Though Prithviraj was honeymooning endlessly with his young new bride Sanyogita, he cleverly sent a strong division of Chauhan army under general Skanda to surround the important fort of Sarhind—after thirteen months when the food supply ran out the Turk garrison surrendered. After his marriage, Prithviraj fell an easy prey to the feminine charm of his new wife Sanyogita. Prithviraj was so overpowered by her carnal beauty that he matted Sanyogita day and night. Prithvi also got the news of Ghori’s preparation for the second invasion. But Prithvi was careless as he was overconfident of his vast army and he was too lost in his amorous coupling with his new Queen Sanyogita. Prithvi was involved in continuous coitus with his busty bride Sanyogita making her pregnant. Sanyogita gave birth to a male child but Prithviraj continued his amorous activities. “round the clock, day and night, Prithviraj struck up the hole of Sanyogita with his big fat rod” and as a result Sanyogita became pregnant for the second time. Sanyogita’s stunning beauty and her fat husband’s lusty love-making reached the ears of dangerous Muhammad Ghori.

    In all this time Muhammad Ghori collected a fresh army and returned to the Punjab. Once again he captured the bone of contention Sarhind and sent a message to Prithviraj to submit his beauteous Queen Sanyogita and convert to Islam. Prithviraj could no longer hide his face under the butt-pillows of Sanyogita as Muhammad Ghori was baying for his blood. Prithviraj had by then learnt of the loss of Sarhind and of a small but sturdy cavalry with Ghori—he used diplomacy to buy time so that his other generals could join him with their large forces. He told Muhammad to be content with Sarhind and withdraw his army to Ghazni. The Chauhans were then involved in spring festival with their wives but all his generals joined him quickly. Prithviraj boldly collected his vast army and marched to Sarhind—Muhammad Ghori again intercepted him at Tarain. Prithviraj went to fight Ghori’s small band of Muslim soldiers with his vast Hindu army. But he committed a blunder by carrying gorgeous Sanyogita along with him even to the battlefield. Prithvi was involved in continuous coitus with his pregnant wife Sanyogita even in the battlefield inside his golden tent. Prithviraj was so sensuous but not sensible.

    Shihab-ud-din went along since the earlier defeat at this same place was heavy on his mind. He pointed out that his brother was the real ruler and without consulting him Muhammad could not take any major political decision—he too was playing for time and for information on the enemy. The two armies camped in sight of each other—one night Muhammad Ghori left the campfires burning and took his army by a roundabout route to attack the Chauhans. Prithviraj was matting with Sanyogita inside his golden tent and so were his soldiers matting with their concubines. Muslims attacked them suddenly in the early morning and so thousands of them were killed and their women raped.

    Muhammad Ghori’s plan to make Prithviraj panic had succeeded and he retired to his own camp but he now had a correct estimate of Prithviraj’s army and had realized how vast it was. Forming his cavalry into four divisions of 10,000 he sent them to harass the Chauhans from all sides. The Turks were now in their element with hit-and-rape cavalry maneuvers and horse archery—the combined Hindu army of 5,00,000 cavalry, 50,000 elephants and 30,00,000 infantry along with 2,00,000 beautiful concubines in the centre could not chase after one and repel another division simultaneously. The order of the Chauhan army broke down, along with the communications between its various elements, and Ghori charged with his main division of 12,000 soldiers, broke the centre of Hindu army and captured the heavenly Hindu concubines. Muslim army completely destroyed the Hindu army. In the personal combat Muhammad Ghori defeated, captured and castrated Prithviraj. Sanyogita fell in the hands of Muhammad Ghori and she was repeatedly raped by him. Ghori forced her into his Harem and later married her. Her beloved husband Prithviraj was killed by Ghori, immediately or little later-according to the different accounts.

    Why spend so much time discussing about Prithviraj Chauhan you may ask?

    Prithviraj was responsible for the most momentous turning point in Indian History. Prithviraj was the false hero of the most important battle in Indian History, which led to the rape and rapine of millions of beautiful Hindu women. Because of Prithviraj’s poor military skills and tactics, Hindus lost their Independence and we must hold Sanyogita responsible for this.

    Sources:

    The most popular accounts about Prithviraj were written by a Muslim (the book Gulshan-i-Ibrahimi by Ferishta) and by a Hindu (the book Prithviraj Raso by Chand Bardai). Ferishta’s book is full of facts.

    According to Ferishta, during Tarain II, Prithviraj had an army of 5,00,000 cavalry, 50,000 elephants, and 30,00,000 infantry. Ghori had an army of 52,000 cavalry. Ferishta states that in Tarain II, the vast Hindu army was totally destroyed by the sturdy Muslim army. Ghori castrated and killed Prithviraj. Ghori raped Prithviraj’s pregnant wife Sanyogita in front of her castrated and dying husband. Later Rajput Kingdoms (when cavalry had become the least important formation in the army) of a small size had 2,00,000 cavalry. By this comparison Prithviraj could have easily had more than 10,00,000 horsemen which is confirmed by the book Prithviraj-Vijay.

    Chand Bardai states that after the first Battle of Tarain Prithviraj carried away and married Sanyogita, daughter of Jaychand Rathor of Kannuaj. His lust for her carnal beauty caused the defeat in the second battle, which is borne out by the facts related above. According to contemporary literatures and inscriptions, “Prithviraj’s non-stop continuous coitus with Sanyogita was the reason for his defeat and death at the hands of Ghori”.

    The more contemporary, and accurate, account is the Prithviraj-vijay written by Jayanka. This man was a Kashmiri who had settled down in Ajmer and was a poet in Prithviraj’s court. Jayanka clearly records the time-line of Prithviraj’s life. According to this book, “Tarain I was fought in early 1191, for thirteen months after this, a part of Prithviraj’s army was busy in the siege of Sarhind (early 1192); Tarain II was fought two months later. Within a week after Tarain I, Prithviraj married Sanyogita and for the whole fifteen months till Tarain II, Fatty Prithviraj was busy in matting with Sanyogita, making her pregnant twice and becoming father for her infant. During Tarain II, Sanyogita was pregnant for the second time – carrying three months. In Tarain II, Prithviraj was defeated and castrated by Ghori and his gorgeous Queen Sanyogita was repeatedly raped by Ghori. Within a month after Tarain II, Prithviraj was butchered and killed by Ghori and his young wife Sanyogita was forcibly married by Ghori”.

    There are two other books that mention these events in passing. The Prabandha-chintamani by Merutunga Acharya claims that during Tarain II, Prithviraj’s penis and testes were severely wounded by Ghori and he was taken prisoner but was restored to the throne of Ajmer by Ghori as Prithvi converted to Islam and submitted his busty bride Sanyogita to Ghori. On a visit to Ajmer the Turk chief happened to see into the palace of Sanyogita. Ghori was shocked to see Prithviraj involved in oral sex with Sanyogita and she was licking her fat husband’s wounded sex organs. Ghori could not tolerate this treason and he charged like a wild boar crushing the erect penis and testes of Prithviraj. Ghori tore off Prithviraj’s testes and rooted out his big penis from his fat body, thereby castrating Prithviraj. The humiliated Ghori beheaded Prithviraj and thus killed him. Ghori repeatedly raped Prithviraj’s pregnant wife Sanyogita and forcibly married her, thereby converting her to Islam.

    The Viruddhavidhi-vidhvamsa by Laksmidhar describes one of the main Chauhan generals Skanda was killed in battlefield by Ghori while he tried to protect the womenfolk. But it goes on to say that Prithviraj was emasculated and killed by Ghori when he ran away from the battlefield with his pregnant Queen Sanyogita and his gorgeous wife was repeatedly raped by Ghori.

    The Hammir-Mahakavya of Nayachandra Suri claims that Prithviraj was emasculated and taken prisoner but to Delhi and his pregnant wife Sanyogita was raped again and again by Ghori—Jaichand, the King of Kannouj sent his Bengali general Udayraj to attack Delhi to rescue his pregnant daughter and her beloved Husband. But Prithviraj died in captivity and Udayraj was killed in battle. This work confirms that pregnant Sanyogita was constantly raped by Ghori and later Ghori forcibly married her.

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  49. Battle of Tarain – estimate of forces on both sides in the two battles
    Let’s look at the condition of the Chauhan kingdom and their forces after the second battle. Punjab was a new acquisition that they had made by defeating the Ghaznavid sultanate; hence this area was lost very quickly. But even their main bases which were in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh also could not hold out against the Muslim arny of Ghori because their king Prithviraj was castrated and killed by Ghori. Mohammed Ghori’s major strategy was in moving on towards the Gangetic plains, as he had completed the conquest of the Kingdom of Ajmer within few days.
    Generals of Prithviraj
    1) Chauhans of Ranthambhor: the founder of this kingdom named Govindraj and his grandson Bhimraj was a devoted vassal of Prithviraj and was therefore fought in the two battles against the Muslims. Bhimraj was killed by Kutubuddin in Tarain II. His kingdom luckily survived under his progenies and became a thorn in the side of the Delhi Sultanate, and was destroyed by Alauddin Khilji. During Prithviraj’s reign, this kingdom had a large army to serve him.

    2) Govindraj of Delhi: He and his son Chandraraj held Delhi. In the first battle he was mounted on an elephant and had his teeth knocked out by the spear of Ghori. Govindraj immediately hurled back a lance at Ghori, which caused such bleeding that the sultan fainted on his horse, and was carried off to safety by a Khalji soldier along with the rest of the fleeing Turk cavalry. Govindraj was killed in the second battle by Ghori while his son Chandraraj was killed by Kutubuddin when he unsuccessfully defended the fort of Delhi.

    3) Bhuvanik Malla: According to the contemporary Hindu text Prithviraj Vijay, the brothers Prithviraj and Hariraj were like Rama and Lakshman, while the general Bhuvanik Malla was the incarnation of Garuda (who saved the princes of Ayodhya from the serpent noose of Meghnad). This general defeated the Bharasiva Nagas of Central India. He fought the two Tarain battles and was killed in the Tarain II by Kharmil, when he tried to protect Prithviraj.

    4) Skanda: the descendants of this general wrote the Viruddhavidhi-vidhvamsa in which they assert that he fought the first battle of Tarain bravely but ran away from the second battle of Tarain. After the cruel death of Prithviraj, he helped Hariraja in capturing Ajmer temporarily but soon he was killed by Kutubuddin in the battlefield.

    5) Udayaraj: This general was from Gauda (Bengal) according to the Prithviraj Vijay. Another text, the Hammir-Mahakavya, also confirms his existence and asserts that he attacked the city of Delhi in an attempt to rescue the captive Prithviraj. He was absent at the first Battle of Tarain and he ran away from the second battle of Tarain because he lost the courage after seeing Prithviraj running away from the battle with his pregnant wife Samyogita.

    6) Hariraja the brother of Prithviraj: he temporarily liberated Ajmer and launched an attack on Delhi with the help of Solanki army. He maintained close relationship with the Solankis of Gujarat by marrying Kamla Devi, the beautiful sister of Bhimdev Solanki. But he was defeated by the Turks in 1194. Both Hariraja and his young wife Kamla Devi were captured by Kutubuddin. Hariraja was emasculated and his pregnant wife Kamla Devi was raped by Kutubuddin infront of Hariraja. Unable to bear the disgrace of repeated rapes made on his new wife by Kutubuddin, Hariraja killed himself. Hariraja’s short rule is confirmed by archaeological evidence in the shape of his inscription dated 1194, and those texts which record his name have a greater value than others.

    So we have these twin pieces of evidence to show that Prithviraj had a much larger army in the Second Battle of Tarain:
    1) the participation of all his generals like Skanda, Udayaraja, and Bhuvanik Malla. Each general had the power to lead separate campaigns and must have commanded large forces.
    2) The inability of the Chauhans of Ranthambhor to defy the Delhi Sultanate, the inability of the surviving Chauhan generals to counter-attack the Turks in Delhi, and the inability of Hariraja to defeat Aibak, all suggest that though the Chauhan army was very vast. But the Chauhan soldiers were fatty and had excessive libido for their beautiful women. So they could not make a stand against the Muslims who though smaller in numbers were muscular and sturdy.
    Estimate of forces in the Second Battle of Tarain – 1192
    The conventional method in calculating the cavalry forces in the medieval era, when cavalry was the non-dominant element of most armies, is to assign 1,00,000 horsemen to any prince or general named prominently in the records. In India cavalry-dominant armies emerged in the 10th century itself. The contemporary texts describe the forces of Prithviraj as 5,00,000 horse cavalry and 30,00,000 infantry, 50,000 elephants and 1,50,000 camels. Infantry was in greater numbers to cavalry, which in turn outnumbered camels, which were more than elephants. (The proportions were: infantry>>>cavalry>>>camels>>elephants). Ghori’s forces were described as 52,000 cavalry, 48,000 infantry and 20,000 camels. For the Muslims, the proportions were cavalry>>infantry>>camels.
    The Muslim sources state that in the Second Battle of Tarain Ghori divided his army into four units of 10,000 horse keeping the fifth of 12,000 under his own command, giving a total of 52,000 cavalry. The Chauhan army was very vast and Prithviraj himself was a haughty and proud king. But still both Hindu and Muslim accounts state that Prithviraj tried to buy peace by negotiating with Ghori so that he could avoid heavy bloodshed of the Hindus. The major chieftains commanding units had thousands of soldiers. Prithviraj had 20,00,000 soldiers under his direct control. All great historians conclude that the Chauhan army numbered atleast 30,00,000, with the all-important cavalry atleast 5,00,000. This explains the total rout of this huge Hindu army by the thirty times smaller Muslim army.

    Estimate of forces in the First Battle of Tarain – 1191
    In the First Battle of Tarain, the Rajput army had 20,00,000 infantry, 3,00,000 cavalry, 30,000 elephants and 1,00,000 camels. Muhammad Ghori left 1,200 soldiers of his army to garrison the fort of Sarhind, and the Muslim army had 40,000 cavalry, 40,000 infantry and 5,000 camels. The Rajput army placed the cavalry in the wings and kept the infantry and elephants in the center. The Hindus hesitated and the Muslims struck the first blow, the momentum of their charge breaking up Prithviraj’s wings which eventually gave way in the ensuing sword fight at close quarters. Meanwhile Ghori was holding on in the center as the elephants and infantry of the Rajput center slowly came up to join the battle, and as described above injured Govindraj mounted on his elephant, seriously wounded Ghori, sending him flying with the rest of the center. After the victory the Hindu army gave a hot chase but were easily outpaced by the Turk cavalry; Prithviraj rushed back to the Swayamvar of Samyukta. A strong force under general Skanda besieged Sarhind and forced its surrender after a long siege of more than one year.
    Causes for Ghori’s Failure:

    Many Turk soldiers in Ghori’s army had not even seen elephants before the first battle of Tarain. Ghori’s horse cavalry was unable to hold its own against Prithviraj’s huge elephant cavalry. There was ample of elephant cavalry! Prithviraj’s kingdom covered the fertile regions of Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. Elephants were excessively available since the Chauhan kingdom was more densely forested. Even small petty chiefs sat on elephants in the center, with other elephants and infantry, while cavalry made up the wings. The vast Rajput horse cavalry from the two wings routed the small Muslim cavalry opposite them. As the battle continued, the Ghori’s army, exhausted, shorn of water, and unfamiliar with the scale of its opponent, retreated. The two wings were routed by the Rajputs, broke down, and fled. While the center also fled after the sultan was wounded and fainted on his horse. Ghori was himself wounded in the battle and was rescued by his Turkic slave, Qutb-ud-din Aibak.

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  50. After Tarain Tragedy:
    Delhi, Hansi, and Sarhind too were governed by Rajaputra princes who died fighting for their King Prithviraj Chauhan at Tarain II. Muhammad Ghori was able to capture the Chauhan capital easily and Hariraj ran away to Gujarat. In the south-east the chief of Ranthambhor, who as related above had a devoted vassal to Prithviraj, was killed by the Muslims in Tarain II. Delhi was attacked next and was quickly captured by Muhammad Ghori. Its prince Chandraraj had to submitt his young beautiful wife to Muhammad Ghori to escape from Ghori’s sword. Ghori left his slave Qutb-ud-din Aibak to watch over these vast conquests and returned to Ghazni.

    But many of the lesser chieftains and soldiers of the Chauhans were not so fortunate. The prisoners from Tarain II, the landowners who lay in the path of the advancing Turk army, and those now under the sway of Ghori’s lieutenants in the conquered region were converted to Islam. The men and their male children underwent circumcision, their women were raped repeatedly and forcibly married, and they were all robbed of their ancient traditions and were taught strange new modes of worship in a foreign language. But, they were not given equality of status with the Turks.

    Some families were converted on their own will to protect their women from Islamic rapes. The complete alteration in the proportion of Hindu women populace left a deep impression on the minds of the Chauhans who escaped from the hands of Muhammad Ghori. They were determined not to let such a calamitous fate fall on their own women.

    Immediately after Ghori’s departure Hariraj raised a vast army and attacked the Muslims. Aibak rushed down to the scene and forced Hariraj to retreat. Hariraj was not able to fight the Muslims and ran away. Gajraj of Ranthambhor did not allow the Muslims to enter his fort and so Aibak attacked and killed him. In his absence, Chandraraj had made a bid for independence and Aibak laid siege at, and easily won, the fort in Delhi—Aibak butchered Chandraraj.

    Prithviraj’s general Skanda joined hands with Hariraj who was helped by the Chalukyas of Gujarat. The two fat men even attacked Delhi, released thousands of raped Hindu women from clutches of the Muslim army. This audacious attack prodded Qutb-ud-din to chase after the Chauhans who were cut-off near Ajmer. Aibak next besieged the Chauhan capital —having lost his best general Skanda and many soldiers, Hariraj and his lovely Queen Kamla Devi tried to escape from the fort. But unfortunately, they fell in the hands of Qutb-ud-din. Qutb-ud-din castrated Hariraj and repeatedly raped his gorgeous wife Kamla Devi in front of Hariraj. Unable to bear this disgrace, Hariraj killed himself. Aibak forcibly married Kamla Devi and made her as his Queen. And so in 1194, Ajmer was occupied by the Turks along with all the wealth and women of Hariraj.

    The dejected followers of Skand, Hariraj and other Chauhan princes ran further south as they could not make a stand before the invaders’ army. They had allied with the Chalukyas of Gujarat to repel the Turks, and though severely weakened, had managed to protect their women from the Muslim rapes. The worst manner of fighting of their kinsmen at Tarain II left a deep impression on the minds of these Rajaputra families. They started building new fortifications; recruited new soldiers to rebuild their destroyed army and cavalry to protect their women from the Turks.

    The future battles of these kingdoms with the Turks have been described here. What was common in all these conflicts at the end was the immolation on a massive funeral pyre of the warrior families, the destruction of all their wealth, and the final death ride of the warriors into the heart of the enemy forces to get killed by them. They were determined to prevent the capture, rape and conversion of their heavenly womenfolk to Islam.
    Prithviraj implemented some new laws in his huge Empire which protected his Rajput clans even after his tragedic death. Prithviraj Chauhan instituted certain rules to preserve the ancestral Hindu culture. All those women who were converted to Islam by rapes were included into the Hindu society and again married with their husbands. If her husband was killed by the Muslims, she was willingly married to the person of her wish. Clan identities were given back to all the raped women—this deterred the Turks from gaining any new converts. The fanatical force of Islam was met by the immovable object of a solid and vigorous resistance by Prithviraj. All the newly formed Rajput kingdoms applied these laws of Prithviraj to protect and save their women populace.

    The valiant defence by these Rajaputra families and their refusal to submit and convert to Islam placed the word Rajput (modified through repeated use of Rajaputra) at the forefront of North Indian society—it practically replaced the word Kshatriya.

    The lessons of the battles at Tarain were also learnt quickly by the Rajputs. The only way to escape from the Muslim army was to reside in lands protected by chains of huge mountains. This deprived the Muslims from hand to hand combat in which they were masters. As was illustrated so clearly in the first Battle of Tarain, a vast Hindu army could defeat a small Muslim army. So like Prithviraj Chauhan, these new Rajput kingdoms maintained vast armies and cavalry. The mass tumultuous charge on horseback remained the proud preserve of the Rajputs. From the Tarain example it is clear that the Rajputs avoided fighting the Muslims on terms that were advantageous to Turks, which was a contest of sword-against-sword in a packed field—the heavily-armored Rajputs would be unable to ply their swords with the same energy and ferocity as the Muslims.

    The use of elephants was changed. Previously a very large corps of elephants formed the center of the Hindu armies, while the vast cavalry manned the wings. But now the large corps of elephants was placed in the vanguard. These elephants were cleverly used by the Rajputs when the Muslims surrounded the Rajput forts. These elephants would be sent ahead to create gaps in the enemy formations—the vast rajput cavalry would then escape with their womenfolk in the gaps of the enemy lines.

    Prithviraj Chauhan used catapults and ballistae to recapture his Sirhind fort from the Muslims. He also changed construction of his forts by using huge strong rocks. His military reforms were followed by the new Rajput kingdoms to protect their rebuild forts. The new techniques in building forts introduced by Prithviraj Chauhan were followed by these new Rajput kingdoms to protect their womenfolk from Islamic rapes.

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  51. Students of Indian History have often expressed their angst over Prithviraj Chauhan’s mistake after the first Battle of Tarain—he did not chase Ghori himself and sent two of his generals with 1,00,000 Chauhan Cavary to chase Muhammad Ghori. Well, he certainly had the opportunity, but it is equally certain that he lacked the means to grab that opportunity.

    The different formations of the huge Hindu army (elephants, infantry, cavalry) prevented them from chasing down and destroying Ghori’s army. It can be speculated that Prithviraj should have avoided rushing back to Kannauj for marrying Samyogita, while Shihab-ud-din was running home to Ghazni. Prithviraj also sent his general Skanda with 1,00,000 soldiers and 1000 catapults to capture Sarhind fort. But then the 1200 Musims in Sarhind fort did not sit idle—they suddeny swooped down to raid the seighing Chauhan Army and cut-off thousands of Hindu heads. The Musims harassed the Chauhan Army with cavalry maneuvers for several months kiling thousands of Hindu soldiers. Finally they surrendered after thirteen months since general Skanda blocked the stream supplying water to the fort. Prithviraj ordered to kill them all.

    The Chauhans who went in chase for Ghori were trapped and massacred in Sind, which is now an alien land. Sind had been under Muslim occupation then for more than 200 years… Its forts had small garrisons of Muslims and many converted Hindus. Such a land could not be safe for Chauhans. Secondly the Chauhans were not physically strong like the Musims. Though the Chauhans were focusing exclusively on gaining weight by eating more, it made them only fat but not strong. Thus the fatty Chauhans were no match for fighting against the muscuar Musims. With these circumstances it appears that Prithviraj did the right thing in going step-by-step by first eloping with Samyogita and then sending a huge army for liberating Sarhind and acquiring a base for future operations in the north.

    The second mistake of Prithviraj is that after marrying gorgeous Queen Samyogita, he continued his honeymoon endlessly with her and he never came out of Samyogita’s harem. Prithviraj was so much enamored by Samyogita’s beauty that he never left her bedroom and was always matting with her amourously. Soon Samyogita became pregnant and gave birth to a male child. But the charming couple continued their coitus and coupling endlessly to satisfy each others carnal pleasures.
    Prithviraj had degenerated into a debauchee to the extent that he frequently had oral sex with Samyogita. Apart from having continuous coupling and coitus, Prithviraj and Samyogita spent their time frequently in kamasutra’s 69 position to fulfill their sensual needs. Fatty Prithviraj and busty Samyogita were so much infatuated on each other to the extent that they even answered the calls of nature together. Again Samyogita became pregnant for the second time. Delighted Prithviraj continued his amorous revelries with his ravishing wife Samyogita.

    In Tarain II, according to the historical accounts, the Chauhan army was not only defeated but also destroyed. It is so surprising that Prithviraj was unable to defeat Ghori even though his Hindu army was thirty times larger in numbers than Ghori’s Muslim army. In Tarain II, the army of Prithviraj had 5,00,000 horses, 50,000 elephants, 30,00,000 soldiers and 20,00,000 women (wives, concubines & prostitutes). The army of Ghori had 55,000 horses and 1,20,000 soldiers. To destroy such a huge Hindu army, Ghori attacked the Hindus in early morning. Prithviraj and his Hindu soldiers were smooching with their naked wives & concubines and were sleeping inside their luxurious tents, literally with their pants down. The Muslims killed thousands of Hindus soldiers who were naked with their pants down and raped thousands of naked Hindu women. But still the Hindu army could raise the alarm since their camp very huge. Soon the Hindu soldiers covered themselves from head to foot with their steel armour and formed the army lines as per the orders of Prithviraj. But still the Muslims cruelly crushed the huge Hindu army by killing millions of Hindu soldiers and raping millions of Hindu women. Prithviraj jumped down from his howdah, took his gorgeous queen Samyogita on a fast steed and ran away from the battlefield. Ghori chased down, captured and castrated Prithviraj. Ghori captured and raped ravishing Samyogita repeatedly in front of Prithviraj. Then Ghori beheaded Prithviraj in front of Samyogita. Later Ghori forcibly married Samyogita and converted her to Islam.
    After Tarain II, the Chauhan military strength had evaporated, morale was devastatingly low, and the Hindu garrisons sat fearfully inside the forts while the Muslim army ranged their forts, killed the male populace, raped their wives and circumcised their children—because Prithviraj failed to be aware in the battlefield and spent his time in smooching and seducing Samyogita. In the battlefield, before Tarain II, Prithviraj spent the whole night by having sex with his beauteous wife Samyogita inside his luxurious golden tent.

    Though Prithviraj had some conflicts with his Hindu neighbors, they all sent their armies to help Prithviraj in Tarain II. But Ghori had enemies like the Ghuzz Turks and the Khwarazim Turks who frequently raided his Kingdom to destroy it. After each Indian campaign Ghori had to return to his post in Ghazni to watch over them and support his elder brother.

    The Chauhan Rajaputras never recovered their spirit since their huge army was massacred by the Muslims and millions of their women were captured and raped by Muslims. The Hindu counter-attacks on the Muslims ultimately went in vain and their spirit of resistance was completely broken—all the efforts of Hindus were crushed by Ghori’s Muslim army. Millions of Hindu ladies were raped throughout the Kingdom of Ajmer and Delhi.

    After the death of fat Prithviraj

    From Delhi Aibak attacked the neighboring principalities, which paid tribute to the rulers of Kannauj, and killed thousands of Hindu soldiers and raped their wives. In 1193 Muhammad Ghori came from Ghazni with 50,000 cavalry and joined his lieutenant to follow the course of the Yamuna River for invading Kannauj. Jaychand too advanced with his huge army of one million soldiers to fight the invader at Chandwar—throughout the head-on clash the Gahadval army prevailed until Jaychand was killed by Aibak. The leaderless forces lost their momentum and unity of command—they were defeated and massacred by the Muslims who captured millions of women and raped them at a gallop.

    Once again Ghori returned to his home to watch over the Turks of Khwarazim while Aibak attacked and captured the remaining Chauhan forts—most of the Chauhan forts had been mopped up immediately after Tarain II when they were at their weakest. But the invaders made matters worse by repeatedly capturing and raping Hindu women. The Muslims left behind in Kannauj mopped up the local resistance in that newly-conquered land by capturing and raping the Hindu women in large numbers—the Rajaputra Harishchand (son of Jaychand’s younger brother) had never recovered his father’s domain. He ran away to the deserts of Rajasthan to save his dear life from the sword of Islam.
    Prithviraj’s prime mistake was his excessive libido and enormous sensuality for beautiful young women, especially for the ravishing beauty of his gorgeous wife Samyogita. In Tarain II, Prithviraj fought by sitting inside his mighty golden howdah held firmly on his huge white elephant. Ghori fought by sitting on his black Arabian horse. Prithviraj and Samyogita were too lost in their amorous love-making to the extent that while fighting Ghori in Tarain II, Samyogita was sitting on Prithviraj’s fat lap and smooching with him inside his mighty golden howdah. Prithviraj had created the situation for committing that same mistake and the later Rajas would live to regret these repeated mistakes.

    The tributaries of the Gahadvals, the Rathors of Badaun and the Bhor chieftains, also lost their lands and women to the Muslims. They ran away to hide themselves from the Muslims as they could not resist the Muslim attacks. The same story was repeated in the Chauhan principalities like Bayana, Gwalior, and Narwar. In each case at the very moment of their triumph against a particular fort, the Muslims captured and raped Rajaputra women and again they captured another place and the same cycle of mass rapine of Hindu women was repeated endlessly by the Muslims. All this was the result of Prithviraj’s inability, or a lack of will caused by his overconfidence on his huge army and his excessive libido for his bosomy bride Samyogita. Ghori crushed the power of the Chauhan Rajaputras with just hand full of Muslim soldiers because of the blunders of Prithviraj.

    In 1202 Muhammad Ghori’s became the Amir of Ghor on the death of his elder brother—Qutb-ud-din Aibak became his deputy with the title of Sultan. The new Amir did not long enjoy his exalted position. In 1205 the Ghori’s army was crushed at Andkhui by the Turks of Khwarazim. Ghori ran away from the battlefield. Eventually he was killed in 1206 by a group of Karmathian Muslim soldiers. Aibak and the Muslims continued to rule India.

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  52. The military culture of the Hindus, especially Rajputs, was inferior to that of the Muslims—So the Hindus failed to protect their huge womenfolk from Islamic rapes.
    Tarain II was a real-life epic disaster on the mahabharat scale—an entire generation of Hindu warriors died on the battlefield of Tarain.

    Prithviraj Chauhan was not a brave prince as suggested by folklores, but in fact, an amorous prince who did not take advantage of his first victory over the Muslims to either finish them off or to prepare for the next battle, but remained immersed in carnal pleasures by having continuous coitus with his charming cute wife Samyogita after his victory. Lustful Prithviraj fell as a victim to the feminine charms of his sensuous Queen Samyogita. During Tarain II, seeing the immense carnage of Hindu soldiers and sensing a disastrous defeat, faint-hearted Prithviraj panicked. And when Ghori approached to kill him, Prithviraj tried to unsuccessfully flee away like a fugitive from the battlefield with his gorgeous queen Samyogita instead of dying a soldier’s death.
    Prithviraj had the habit of taking opium before any battle with the Muslims, to fight without the fear of death. Prithviraj was a great philanderer and womanizer to the extent that when Ghori captured him in hot chase, Prithviraj was engaged in peak coitus with his beautiful wife Samyogita. Then followed the pornographic death of plum Prithviraj and repeated rapes of his ravishing Queen Samyogita by ugly Ghori.

    As for the battle of Tarain II, history squarely puts the blame of the defeat on Prithviraj, the hot-headed, sensuous, amorous and arrogant commander of Hindu forces at Tarain—it was he who disregarded the advice given by his aged minister, that of keeping the women, away from the battlefield………..the huge Hindu forces on the battlefield were massively hampered by the need to protect their beautiful womenfolk from Islamic rapes, and were consequently not able to fight effectively against the small Muslim army led by ugly Ghori, resulting in disastrous defeat and death of millions of Hindu Soldiers.

    History also blames Prithviraj for leaving the frontiers of the country undefended after his victory at Tarain I…….After Tarain I, Prithviraj rushed to kannauj for marrying the beauteous princess Samyogita. Prithviraj had enormous forces to defend his country. But he invited the disaster by carrying his gorgeous wife Samyogita to the Tarain battlefield. Prithviraj matted continuously with his pregnant Queen Samyogita all night in the battlefield, inside his luxurious golden tent, before Tarain II.

    During Tarain II, the commander of the huge Hindu army Prithviraj became softened up physically because he spent his whole time after the Tarain I by having continuous coitus and coupling with his new young beautiful bride Samyogita. Sexy Samyogita’s softness and delicacy made Fat Prithviraj soft and plumy. The muslim commander Ghori was strong and muscular. After Tarain I, he did not go to his wife nor touched any women. He kept on doing exercises and war practices and his body became hard as rocks and stones during Tarain II. Hard and muscular Muslims attacked the soft and fatty Hindus in Tarain II and the bodies of plumy Hindus were torn into pieces by the Muslims. Thus Prithviraj’s mammoth Hindu army was massacred and destroyed by Ghori’s hand full of Muslim army.

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  53. The wealth and splendour of the 12th century Kingdom of Ajmer as described in the contemporary text, Prithviraj Vijay.
    In the opening sarga of Prithviraj Vijay the author, Jayanak from Kashmir, describes his residence in the religious center of Pushkar.

    Jayanak is full of praise for the city of Ajmer, ruled by Prithviraja Chauhan, and known originally as Ajaymeru: “Ajayameru is full of golden temples and fully deserves the title of Meru. Lord Kamadev is present in the hearts of men, and Cupid blazes in the hearts of ladies, the amorous glances from whose eyes fan him. The ruler rule over the country as far as the sea and his fame is not confined to the earth.

    Baories (stepped wells), wells, lakes, and water depots are full of water. People sitting in Jharokas enjoy the cool breezes. The water resources being so plentiful, even in the wells on the hill-fort of Ajmer. The perfumed incense burnt by ladies to dry their hair, gathers in thick clouds and hides the moon. The increasing prosperity of the city has laid low the pride of all other cities.

    People get water from Pushkar and revere it. Lovers exchange excellent repartees. Servants laugh at nurses when the latter cry out at children laying their hands on lamps of jewels (which give forth light but don’t burn). The big blocks of golden stones used in building houses in this city make the black spots in the moon appear white by reflected light. The camphor and musk which drop from the bodies of the citizens in the streets make the cloths of the passers aromatic. The cities like Kannauj, Kalinjar, Anhilwara, Mahoba, etc. are not fit to be handmaids of Ajmer. This city is, as it were a city of Golden Mountain.”

    The eighth sarga describes the festivities and rejoicings on the auspicious occasion of the birth of Prithviraja. A wet nurse was appointed for him and a tiger’s claw and illustrations of the ten incarnations of Bhagwan Vishnu were placed in his necklace.

    Prithviraj had constructed in Ajmer the same number of temples as the hill forts he had conquered; in their midst Prithviraj built a temple, which towered above them all. In it he placed “an effigy of his father on horseback, with his own effigy on a mammoth in front, facing his father’s. He built five golden temples, and so Ajmer vied with Meru, which boasted of its five golden towers. He built so many temples in Gaugnak (9 miles north east of Ajmer) and other places that the population of the other cities of Hind dwindled away.”

    The ninth sarga says that during the regency of Prithviraj, the city of Ajmer was so densely populated and there were so many gardens, tanks, and wells, that not more than one-tenth of the earth was visible to the sun. Water in the wells was found only three feet below the surface! Fortunately the manuscript had also shone light on the Second battle of Tarain and busted many myths that have sprung up later.
    Another Sarga says that on the eve of Second battle of Tarain, when Ghori demanded the submission of Prithviraj’s gorgeous wife Samyogita, his aged minister advised Prithviraj to sue for peace. Prithviraj said, “It is a disgrace that you talk of suing for peace. And what a peace could it be when the enemy wants to rape your wives & women, sell your children as slaves, destroy your homes, use your temples as mosques and obliterate Hinduism by circumcising & converting you to Islam.”

    The panicky minister was shamed into silence by Prithviraj’s brave words.

    Preparing for a final fight, Prithviraj took his wives, concubines and women with heavy baggage and himself encamped a few miles from Ghori’s troops. The battle raged for fiercely. Contingent after contingent of Prithviraj’s forces met in a fierce hand-to-hand combat with Ghori’s small band of Muslim soldiers and perished to a Muslim’s sword. It was the month of February 1192 A.D. The site was between Thaneshwar and Sirsuti.

    In this second battle, Ghori used to terrorize Hindu women by rape attempts to mislead and demoralize the Hindu forces. Prithviraj Vijay says, “When the army of Islam made the attack, and most of the infidels were castrated & slain, a noise arose from Prithviraj’s Luxurious golden tent and Prithviraj seeing his own busty concubines were being raped by ugly Muslims”. He cried out, “Come hither, I am here.” The women then raised their voices and said, “Oh, king, we are your women who have fallen into the hands of the Muslims and are captives. Muslims are raping us repeatedly” Prithviraj said, “I live as yet, who raped you?” So saying he urged his elephant against the army of Islam. Mohammed Ghori told the naphtha throwers that the opportunity was theirs, and an ugly powerful man Aibak, in obedience shot the naphtha arrow into Prithviraj’s howdah and set it on fire. The huge elephant made for the water. Prithviraj’s imperial bodyguard converged round him to save him from the shower of enemy arrows and spears and the onslaught of Muslim swordsmen. With the fire put out the mahout brought the royal elephant under control and once again charged on the enemy. Prithviraj ordered a horse to be brought alongside and climbing down from the howdah entered the thick of the fray of Hindu fugitives and ran away from the battlefield with his lovely wife Samyukta. The Muslims charged fiercely and chased the panic stricken fugitive Hindu army. The cruel Muslims surrounded the huge Hindu army on all the sides and were furiously taking a heavy toll of Prithviraj’s mammoth Hindu army, Prithviraj fought with Panic.

    Ghori and Prithviraj met in personal combat. Fatty Prithviraj was no match for muscular Ghori. Soon Ghori caught Prithviraj’s copulation organ and castrated Prithviraj. Overcome with exhaustion and profusely bleeding, Prithviraj ultimately fell on the battle-field with his skull cleft by brutal swipes of Ghori’s sword. It was about sunset when this glorious Sun of Hindusthan set in all his glory. Ghori chopped off Prithviraj head from his fat body. Prithviraj’s fat body was butchered by Ghori, his blood mingled with the soil of Hindusthan and his soul dissolved itself into eternity.

    India lost one of her bravest sons, Prithviraj, who did the fatal mistake of endless amorous copulation with his young sensuous wife Samyogita, even in the battlefield.
    The battle was still raging. The remnants of Prithviraj’s army saved their gorgeous Queen Samyogita from Islamic rapes and fought a rearguard action making its way to Ajmer, the golden walled town.

    Prithviraj’s another wife, Rani Chitrarekha, accompanied by a contingent of Hindu army secretly left Ajmer, now menaced by Ghori, and escaped to Indpat Fort alias Delhi. Rani Samyogita, the favourite wife of Prithviraj, with a garrison of 1,50,000 prepared to defend Ajmer. They were joined by survivors from Prithviraj’s huge army.

    Ghori kept up a steady pressure against Ajmer dividing his army into night and day shifts to hurl naphtha and boulders into the golden walled town of Ajmer. Soon the golden fort town fell.

    Entering the town, Ghori put 10,00,000 Hindu men to the sword, turned all the temple into mosques and took all the remaining women and children captive.

    Rani Samyogita with most of the Hindu women in the town fell into the hands of lecherous Muslims. They were repeatedly raped by the lusty and lecherous touch of Muslim brutes. Among the 30,000 concubines of Prithviraj taken, 30 were wives of Prithviraj. One of the women was the favourite wife of Prithviraj named Samyogita. They were all dumped into Ghori’s harem.
    The Prithviraj Vijay shamelessly recorded: “When Ghori saw the chief Queen of Prithviraj named Samyogita, he was much struck with her beauty and charms and began to bite his finger with astonishment. Aibak desired to take her but Ghori said ‘O my slave! I exceedingly admire the girl, and am so enamored of her, that I wish to keep her for myself’. Saying this, Ghori pounced on Samyogita and raped her repeatedly with his full force over and over again.”

    Prithviraj’s another wife, Chitrarekha, hearing of Samyogita’s tragedy rallied the garrison of Delhi and reminded them of their duty to protect the royal family and the citizens. True to their loyalty all the 50,000 Hindu soldiers in the Delhi Fort fought to the last man.

    Most of the Hindu women of the city fell into the hands of Muslims and faced the harrowing cruelty that was being let loose in the name of Islam. Prithviraj’s wife Chitrarekha, the damsels of great physical beauty was repeatedly raped by Ghori publicly.

    The sun set on a ghastly scene. All temples strewn with dead bodies were now declared to be mosques. The cows in the city’s dairies were slaughtered for the feasting of Ghori’s hordes.

    Ghori’s forces ran berserk over the whole of north India reducing city after city, ransacking every town, raping and kidnapping young Hindu women, putting to the torch all habitations, plundering and slaughtering, converting and taking slaves.

    At Kannauj, the capital of Jaichand, again stiff resistance was met. Jaichand, the father-in-law of Prithviraj, was in command and no one dared utter a word of despair that Prithviraj being dead they were left without a protector. Jaichand, though old, was as brave, unbending and uncompromising as his young Son-in-law, Prithviraj.
    Ghori had come with a force of 50,000 and had encamped on the outskirts of Kannauj. A beautiful golden temple with a well-built tank in a lush orchard was desecrated by Ghori. The defenders of Kannauj shouted defiance at Ghori warning him to be wise and retreat.

    When despite several days of confrontation Ghori found the people of Kannauj resolute, he dragged the chief-wife of Prithviraj, Rani Samyogita, put her on a white Elephant, the one that Samyogita used to ride and sent her with an escort near the city ramparts. She cried out, “Oh people of the Kannauj, I have some matters of importance to tell you. Come near, so that I may speak.” A body of principal men along with King Jaichand assembled on the ramparts. The woman then uncovered her face and said: “I am Samyogita, the Chief-Queen of Prithviraj. Our Fat king Prithviraj has been killed by Ghori and his head have been sent to Ghor. The royal flags and umbrella have also been forwarded to Ghor. Ghori had raped me repeatedly and forced me to accept Islam. Do not you destroy yourselves?” So saying, she shrieked and wept bitterly and sang a funeral song.

    The people on the ramparts were heart broken because Samyogita was Jaichand’s only daughter. She had eloped with Prithviraj and married him after Tarain I. Jaichand replied, “You are my only daughter. You have been raped repeatedly by Ghori, who also killed your handsome fat husband .Though you are polluted by ugly Islamic rapes, as a father, I will save you from the clutches of Ghori and these cow-eaters.” Saying so, angry Jaichand ordered his huge Hindu army to rush out of the Fort and attack the Muslims.

    Again treachery reared its ugly head. Hindus, noble and unsuspecting, had not realized that Ghori was using Samyogita to incite Jaichand and tricked for an open hand-to-hand fight, in which the Hindus were no match for the Muslims. Soon Jaichand’s huge Hindu army was massacred by the Muslims and Ghori’s axe sent Jaichand’s head rolling down in the dusts of the battle. The hopes of Samyogita were shattered into pieces.

    Ghori’s depredations continued over Hindustan for many long years. His sack of Kannauj brought about a windfall. That ancient city, had a huge golden temple in which were stored 40 jars filled with gold dust, weighing 14,200 maunds (each maund being equal to 40 kilograms approximately). The deity itself was made of red gold and had eyes of bright red rubies. In addition the plunder included many strings of pearls, many rare gems and huge fabulous treasures.

    Hariraj, the younger brother of Prithviraj captured Ajmer back from the Muslims in 1193 A.D with the help of Chalukyas of Gujarat. Bhimdev, the King of Gujarat gave his two beautiful sisters in marriage to Hariraj. Now Ajmer had two young beautiful Queens namely, Padmini and Kamalini. Hariraj like his fat elder brother Prithviraj, wasted his time in continuous copulation and coitus with his two young wives. As the newly married Hariraj was matting continuously with the beautiful Chalukyan princesses, Aibak suddenly attacked Ajmer. Aibak commenced his sudden attack at day-break. Hariraj was matting with his new beautiful wives inside his golden harem. Most of the Hindu soldiers were smooching with their wives and sleeping and some were answereing the calls of nature. The scenario was similar to Tarain II and the result was also similar. In the confusion of the sack, Hariraj panicked and tried to run away with his new young wives. But Aibak castrated and killed Hariraj and captured both his beautiful wives. Ugly Aibak raped those two bewitching damsels again and again for a period of three months. Then he sent both of them to Ghazni for feasting them to Muhammed Ghori.
    The two young princesses were sent to Ghazni in a huge convoy consisting of slaves, women and children. There the two princesses were moved to Ghori’s harem to be taken care of till they were fit to be presented to the Ghori.

    After about two months, the girls were presented to Ghori. The two-month long period indicated the lusty shape they were in after the long and arduous travel from Ajmer to Ghazni. Prithviraj Vijay tells us that Ghori asked the interpreter to inquire of the two girls which of them was elder so that he may ravish her first and send for the second later. Ghori asked the elder one to remain with him and sent back the younger one to the harem. “Sultan Ghori”, says the chronicler, “was enamored of her charms. He laid his hands upon her butts and drew her towards him.”

    The Queen’s eyes flashed anger and revenge. Her honor was at stake. She was in a fiend’s camp where the chastity of women was a matter of sport. Like lightning Padmini stood up and moved away from the Ghori. She made up her mind to kill both the Ghori as well as Aibak at one stroke. Padmini pointedly asked the Ghori, “What kinds of pernicious system have you in which Aibak himself raped us for three montha before passing us on to you? Is it your practice that the seniors ravish women after they had been despoiled by the lackeys?”
    The pointed words didn’t pierce the Ghori’s heart. The smoke of lust had so clouded his mind that he pounced on her and raped her repeatedly for many days. Then he sent for Kamalini who was also raped by Ghori repeatedly for many days. Soon they were converted to Islam and were dumped into Ghori’s harem. Ghori told the two Queens, “Every Muslim has the right to rape any Hindu women even if she is a Hindu Queen. So what Aibak did is right as per Islamic laws. Padmini, you can’t cheat me.”

    Bhimdev, the king of Gujarat continuously helped the Chauhans. So Aibak attacked the capital of Gujarat, Anhilwad Patan. The siege of the city continued for six months. Since the Muslim army outside had raped many country-side women and killed their husbands, the besieged were in great distress. Bhimdev, left the city with a detachment to find his way to South to escape from the wrath of Aibak.

    One night some Muslims stealthily scaled down the fort walls and opened the main door. Taken by surprise when Aibak’s marauders entered the fort shouting Allahu Akbar, the inhabitants of the city flung open the eastern gate so that helpless women and children may escape if possible from the terrible massacre and beastly rapes that always followed Aibak’s entry. But a band of Muslims quickly closed and locked the eastern gate. All Hindu men were killed, their wives were raped and their children were converted to Islam. Such lechery is euphemistically lauded in Indian history as the fusion of Muslim culture with Indian!

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  54. As per History, King Prithviraj Chauhan’s sons dedicated their lives to dargah. History says that Prithviraj’s sons came under Gharib Nawaz’s influence.
    According to Prithviraj Vijay, Khwaja had come to Ajmer at a time when Prithviraj Chauhan ruled the kingdom. Prithviraj and his wives had 21 sons of whom only five survived after Tarain II. They were Laikha, Taikha, Saikha, Kola and Bhirda. Laikha, Taikha and Saikha were born to Prithviraj through his beautiful wife Rani Meena. After Tarain II, Ghori captured and raped all the wives of Prithviraj. Ghori gave Prithviraj’s beautiful young wife Rani Meena to Khwaja for the service he did to Islam. Khwaja accepted the gift with great delight and married Rani Meena. Generous Khwaja also accepted Rani Meena’s three little sons as his disciples. They were born to ravishing Meena through her fat husband Prithviraj. They came under Gharib Nawaz’s influence and converted to Islam. They dedicated their lives to his service and after his death looked after his dargah. Their descendants have looked after the dargah ever since. It is a place visited by both Muslims and Hindus.
    Despite of having a very large Hindu army, Fat Prithviraj was not able to stand against the small Muslim army led by Ghori. This Brave PRITHVIRAJ ran off the battlefield with his gorgeous young wife Samyogita. Prithviraj was not capable of being a brave ruler. Despite of being having huge Hindu home ground support, he was unable to defeat a small Muslim army detachment that came from far away.

    The real hero is Ghauri. Yes, the one who defeated the pseudo-hero Prithviraj Chauhan.
    What awe, a hero (false-hero) who deserted the field of battle and ran away in fear with his sensuous wife Samyogita, to save his dear wife’s chastity. Ghori captured Prithviraj and his sensuous wife Samyogita after hot chase. Ghori took them both to Ajmer where he publicly castrated and beheaded Prithviraj. Ghori pounced on Sexy Samyogita and publicly raped Sensuous Samyogita repeatedly. Soon Samyogita accepted Islam and became Ghori’s favourite wife.

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  55. dear neelkanth, as per history the truth is that ghori cut down prithviraj’s lund and repeatedly raped his wife sanyogita in front of him. later ghori killed prithviraj in front of his wife sanyogita and forcibly married sanyogita. this is what given in all history books. even in school books of history it is given simply that ghori killed prithviraj and captured his wife sanyogita at second battle of tarain.

    why you are supporting mere folklore stories like prithviraj killed ghori using arrow which are given only in comic books but never ever in any history books.

    i hope you should support the articles of the author Prithviraj. His articles are some what erotic, but they are nothing but open truth. every one should know the truth and false stories and folklores should not be supported. as gandhiji told sathyameva jeyathae – truth alone triumphs.

    every country in the world teach their true history to their kids, so that their generations are taught to avoid the mistakes again. take the example of japan and korea. they accepted their defeats in the world war and the korean war. now they are again the most powerful nations – back to top from zero.

    but indians fail to tell the truths and history to their generations. that’s why india is not fast growing. we still see many young indians waste their times behind beautiful girls and loosing their ambitions. prithviraj’s real history is an example for the indian youths.

    if they know that india was lost to muslim invaders because of the amorous and sensuous activities of fat erotic prithviraj and beauteous sanyogita, they will atleast stop wasting time behind girls and work hard like veer shivaji and abdul kalam to make India a strong and developed nation. if they were taught false stories like prithvi killed ghori even after he wasted his seminal energy with sanyogita in bed day and night, they won’t become strong and ambitious, but will become prithvi’s and run behind sanyogita’s. then india will again face trouble in the hands of ghori’s.

    please promote the history of prithviraj, not the story of prithviraj. i think you got my point clearly.

    jai bharat mata! jai javan! jai kisan!

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  56. History is gruesome but is more so because it has less details and more rumours.

    1st Ghori’s Tomb : The plunderer cannot even rest in peace – people coming to pay respect has to stampede some unmarked grave before paying their visit or respect.Ghori might have been a victor in outward battle but was assassinated like a stray dog while offering his prayers – since God is most cruel to those who asks forgiveness in prayers after commiting crimes.

    2nd Princess Samyukta : Commited Jauhar and there was no memorial for her saintly character coz they lost the kingdom to heathens and no was around to commemorate or honor the death of their queen.Also fire leaves no body for entombment or burial – hence even if the heathens tried to violate her dead body – and then entomb – that never occured.

    3rd King to Assassin : Ghori wanted to take captured royal slaves to his home in Afghanistan, hence he took Prithviraj Chohan prisoner and there he demeaned him, kept him among slaves and some say – even blinded him .This is very natural , we know how the Persian Emperor Xerxes treated King Leonidas of Sparta after defeating him at the cost of half of his army to just three hundred men.
    However, Prithviraj Chohan escaped and joined up with rebels in Afghanisthan itself and became their top assassin and one auspicious day – he killed the bigot Ghori while in prayer – just like Ghori defeated him at Panipat.
    Then the Chohan King gave himself up or comitted suicide ,since life did not matter to him much, as he had his revenge.

    4th India never became fully Islamic ,but is growing back to its Hindu supremacy nation : The slave dynasty, the lodhis, the khiljis, the mughals,the nizams,the pathans and every piece of bigot heathens tried everything from religious taxes to open slavery to eliminate Hinduism and their glorious state of affairs from here but never succeeded.The Rajputs,the Sikhs and the Marathas crushed every piece of bigot stronghold and reduced the Islamic hegemony in India to nothing.
    And now these Ghazis are mere terrorists living on borrowed time and hiding behind pseudo-secular protection.

    5th DESTRUCTION OF AFGHANISTAN : The wiping out off the Kingdom of looters and plunderers stemmed from this very soil of India.
    In the Third Battle of Panipat : the forces of Ghori’s descendant Ahmad Shah Abdali was bled heavily and they won a very disastrous battle against a mere siege contingent of Marathas and when he heard of a force of 1,00,000 more Marathas are crossing the Narmada – he just turned tail and left India begging for peace and truce to the then Maratha Peshwa not to attack Afghanistan.
    The Sikh empire started feeding off Afghan Ghurid territory and kept reducing it till was reduced to present day Afghanistan beyond Pakistan.
    The Anglo conquest of Afghanistan, ended the Ghurid supremacy , destroying the Ghurid forts and taking great joy in pillage and violation of afghan population.
    The afghans were so enraged of British, that their women peed on captured and fallen soldiers of British forces.
    This British force was actually a British-Indian force and had full force of Indian Hindu sepoys and commanders under British Major and Colonels who unified and finished Afghan Ghurid power.

    It took a 800 years time – but revenge was served in full.

    Now the land of Ghori is nothing but a battle field of western power and despotic religious fanatics and refuge seeking whores , while the land of Prithviraj and Samyukta has flown to Moon and has full arsenal of Nuclear bombs and progressing steadily.

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  57. Some people on this site have quoted from books of Hadees and Tabari etc. This is a complete travesty of truth. You may bring proofs in favour of your comments but to write complete lies is really shameful. Books of Hadees and Tabari were complied a long time ago when Prithvi Raj and Gouri were not even born. What do the persons writing comments get from giving such false references?

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