I wrote several dozens of articles on Prithviraj Chauhan on this blog and obviously it had to include his love Sanyogita which were a hit with tremendous popularity at the readers level. No contents of any work remain original after they reach the readers as they are the ones who view the object with their own bent of mind in much wider a proportion. You talk of birds and some reader thinks of a dove and thought of an owl may flash into the mind of the other one. Whatever be the object and the contents every reader receives it differently. That is what happened in the case of my posts on Prithviraj Chauhan. Fed up with the vulgar language exchanged between pro Prithviraj Chauhan and his enemy Mohd Ghori by way of lengthy comments, I actually stopped writing about the great Indian hero Prithviraj Chauhan. It looks like a well organised gang is hell bent to torpedo the publication on this count. They took exception of important extracts quoted from eminent historians in the post using a filthiest possible language. After a big gap, the mud slinging and use of a vulgar most style of expression is resumed by the gang by way of comments. I am restraining myself to aggressively react and deal with the situation but instead I simply appeal to the antagonists that they have no reasons to read their own perversion between the lines. They can’t erase history nor can they discard the facts. Better it is for them not to go through the writeups which are not to their taste and fancies. Why read something that is not to the taste of the readers concerned or why should they see only sex and vulgarity in a text? It goes without saying that all Indians, and me too, are worshippers of the great hero, Prithviraj Chauhan, but there is no reason to take exception of calling a spade a spade.