Prithviraj Chauhan/ Sanyogta–a review:


In my post in this very blog, necessary link of which is appended for the ready reference of the readers, I sought an opinion from the readership whether or not this topic of Prithviraj Chauhan and his love Sanyogta be closed now, as much enough of views has since been exchanged on the subject and my site is fully over flooded with the material. Not this that there is any paucity of space on my web site, but of course the very essence of love story between Prithviraj Chauhan and Sanyogta appears lost in the heap of varying conflicts of views, and that was the reason why I expressed my inclination to wind up the topic. The messages I received through the comments and flood of emails were all opposed to the idea of closing the very theme of the story. Keeping in mind the opinion so expressed by my valued readership, I think I just can’t afford to go against their views, and accordingly have decided to continue it with the request to the viewers not to clash so much amongst themselves that at times amounts to vulgarity. I also request them not to so much hyperbolise the sex element of the story while giving their comments, as it mars the very grace of the whole thing.

Link: https://uppermost.me/2012/07/04/prithviraj-chauhana-stage-to-sum-it-up/ 

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Author: neelkanth

Certainly not a celebrity but do have inquisitiveness to know things, realise them and live them to the extent possible. My interest in History, Art of Living and behavioural science is an element that inspires me.Am a poet,an author,a consultant, an advisor on computers and behavioural science.Served as Director in Central Board of State Bank of India.Remained associated with trade union activities and industrial relations as President,All India State Bank of India Staff Federation.Led a delegation on computers to several countries abroad number of times as from State Bank of India/ Banking Industry. Was twice accorded with NATIONAL AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE by All India Freelance Journalists Association, Chennai (India). My email address is: neelkanthshahi@gmail.com

23 thoughts on “Prithviraj Chauhan/ Sanyogta–a review:”

  1. Sir as you say that people not knowing their past can not find a good future. The story of Prithvi Raj Chauhan and Sanyogita is glorious past and the modern generation has every right to know it in right prospective. Your kind decision to continue it will enrich the knowledge of one and all

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. In the second battle of Tarain 1192 A.D., Ghori & his small Muslim army massacred the huge Hindu army of doomed Prithviraj. Panic & confusion spread through the ranks of the Hindus, & “this prodigious Hindu army, once shaken, like a great building tottered to its fall and was lost in its own ruins.” Fortune frowned on Prithviraj and Ghori carried death and destruction so desperately on the vast Hindu army of Prithviraj that by sunset there was complete collapse in his Hindu army. “For many miles the stricken field was covered with the Hindu flags, spears & shields, heaped metal-bows, jewelled steel-swords, gemmed helmets, exquisitely damascened gauntlets, chiselled greaves, golden breastplates, and saffron scarves, intermingled with the countless dead Hindus & got soaking wet in their blood.”

    When the battle was lost & while the flower of Hindus lay dead upon the field, instead of fighting to the last, Prithviraj dismount from his huge royal elephant, and flee on horseback with his wife Sanyogita, Prithviraj fled from the field for dear life & beautiful wife but was chased & captured by Ghori. Though virtually a prisoner, Prithviraj refused to surrender his voluptuous wife Sanyogita to Ghori. Ghori repeatedly kicked Prithviraj in his potent testicles and made many painful cuts on his thick penis. Prithviraj’s youthful young wife Sanyogita, the buxom bride was repeatedly raped by Ghori in front of Prithviraj. Ghori tortured Prithviraj with more than thousand cuts on his thick penis, pushing thorns into each wound as it was made. Ghori punished Prithviraj by forcing a thick and knobby thorn twig down into his big fat penis. Ghori kicked Prithviraj in his potent testicles again & again with his hard feet. Ugly Ghori raped voluptuous Sanyogita again & again. Then Ghori tore Prithviraj’s penis out by the roots with his bare hands in front of Sanyogita. Then Ghori butchered & beheaded Prithviraj in cold blood publicly.

    After killing Prithviraj Chauhan in the second battle of Tarain, Muhammad Ghori used to line up thousands of Hindu men to get circumcised—stretch out the foreskin, slice with a knife and out—next guy! Then they had to eat beef while bleeding from the tip of the penis. Many Hindus refused Islamic circumcision and the Muslims castrated them immediately & beheaded them later.

    Muhammad Ghori had Gorilla-like face which was disfigured with the small-pox to a degree that was a constant source of mortification to him, until it stimulated him to exertion, from a desire that the bad impression made by his appearance might be effaced by repeatedly raping beautiful Hindu Queens & castrating their beloved Hindu Husbands publicly. Ghori, besides being marked by small-pox, had an ill-favoured countenance, & knew it. He himself is said to have observed, after looking in the glass, that he saw so many faults in himself, so he was always ready to kill the Hindu men & rape their lovely wives. Ghori was tall, lean, athletic & his arms reaching down to his calves.

    Prithviraj court poet Vajishwara was at hand to witness ugly Ghori. In his book “Prithviraja-Patanam”, Vajishwara writes of Muhammad Ghori:

    “His face was like Gorilla and he had steel-like body. His eyes were so narrow and piercing that they might have bored a hole in a brazen vessel, and his stench was more horrible than his dark color. His head was completely bald and his cheeks resembled leather bottles full of wrinkles and knots. His nose was too long and his nostrils resembled rotting graves. His beard was of extravagant length, but he had no moustache. His chest was covered with lice which looked like sesame growing on a bad soil. His lean body, indeed, were covered with these insects, and his skin was as rough-grained as shagreen leather, fit only to be converted into shoes.”

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  7. According to history, Kanauj Raja Jayachandra’s army consisted of 5,00,000 infantry, 3,50,000 archers, 95,000 men clad in steel armour, 45,000 men covered with quilted mail (Pakhar), 700 war-elephants and in total about one million men.

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  8. Kanauj King Jayachandra’s huge Hindu army consisted of 5,00,000 infantry, 3,50,000 archers, 95,000 men clad in steel armour, 45,000 men covered with quilted mail (Pakhar), 700 war-elephants and in total about one million men.

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  9. KING INFANTRY ARCHERS CAVALRY ELEPHANTS
    Prithviraj Chauhan 10,00,000 7,00,000 3,00,000 3000
    Jaichand Rathore 5,00,000 3,50,000 1,40,000 700
    Bhimdev Solanki 4,50,000 3,00,000 1,70,000 900
    Muhammad Ghori 30,000 40,000 50,000 90

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  10. ARMY OF PRITHVIRAJ CHAUHAN:
    INFANTRY: 10,00,000
    ARCHERS: 7,00,000
    CAVALRY: 3,00,000
    ELEPHANTS: 3000

    ARMY OF JAICHAND RATHORE:
    INFANTRY: 5,00,000
    ARCHERS: 3,50,000
    CAVALRY: 1,40,000
    ELEPHANTS: 700

    ARMY OF BHIMDEV SOLANKI:
    INFANTRY: 4,50,000
    ARCHERS: 3,00,000
    CAVALRY: 1,70,000
    ELEPHANTS: 900

    ARMY OF MUHAMMAD GHORI:
    INFANTRY: 30,000
    ARCHERS: 40,000
    CAVALRY: 50,000
    ELEPHANTS: 90

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