Needless to reiterate that I am extremely thankful to large number of readers who go through my posts on and emerging from ‘Prithviraj Chauhan -an answer to Yashika Singh’s question’ giving their comments, most of them so elaborately running into several pages. These comments have enabled me to realise how the great hero of Indian History, Prithviraj Chauhan is still loved by the people. He was certainly a legend and continues to be so even now with strong potentials of being taken as such by the future generations till eternity. But there is no dearth of those too who take liberty to ridicule him and his love Sanyokta in whatever can be the worst possible manner. After all all are free to express themselves. There are comments supporting Prithviraj Chauhan as a kafir (a slang describing a person as anti religion) contributing lot many factors by way of comments coming out with parallel versions like Prithviraj Chauhan was a coward, that he was badly defeated by Mohd Ghori, that his beloved wife Sanyokta was raped infront of Prithviraj Chauhan himself and that Ghori took her away to Ghazni himself getting married to her. Such versions lack authetication and may be they are nothing more than concoctions. These are the expressions which certainly require more of research in the matter to ascertain as to what extent the author(s) of such comments could be justified in their narrations. I am to take up the issue more elaborately in a separate post on this very site.
A very large number of readers sumptuously covered the topic much more at length giving reasoning and facts against adverse comments on Prithviraj Chauhan/ Sanyokta. It was an indepth coverage but there are certain comments which are full of slangs and abuses of a worst order against those talking ill of the hero. Expression with anguish is OK, nothing wrong in opposing some one’s remarks but I humbly make an appeal to my conscious readers to take due care of the language. Any amount of thoughts can after all be abundantly exchanged without being aggressively offensive.