Babri Demolished: The Death of Democracy

By: Quasif M. Ansari

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This book gives a brief insight into the history of India, starting from the Babur?s (1526) after the first battle of Panipat where he defeated Ibrahim Lodhi till present. Babri Masjid Demolition (6th Dec. 1992) at Ayodhya by extremist group is the main event about which this book revolves. The book shows all the events that led to the demolition of the Masjid and the consequences which triggered a series of communal riots in which thousands of innocents lost their lives. CONTENTS Prologue 1-4 1. Mughals in India 5-15 2. Construction & Architecture of Babri Masjid 16-20 3. Controversies 21-31 4. The Black Day: December 6, 1992 32-47 5. Communal Violence post Babri Demolition 48-53 6. Liberhan Commission 54-62 7. ASI Report on Babri Masjid Demolition 63-71 8. Opinions after the Report 72-78 9. Statements 79-85 10. Secular Democracy in India 86-91 11. Dealth of Democracy in India 92-107 12.Why no actions are taken 108-109 13.Conclusion 110-112 Bibliography 113-114 Printed Pages: 114.

Title: Babri Demolished: The Death of Democracy

Author Name: Quasif M. Ansari

Categories: India, History,

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Global Vision Publishing House: 2010

ISBN: 8182203414

ISBN 13: 9788182203419

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 110103

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