Distortion of Maharana Pratap’s history by Google

After protests from history lovers, patriots and devout activists, Google removes the inappropriate reference

Mumbai – Upon searching on Google for the meaning of Hindi word ‘parajit’ (Defeated), the site would show it as ‘haraya hua’ (One who has been defeated). Additionally, in brackets, there was a highly inappropriate and annoying reference that stated – ‘The way Akbar eventually defeated Rana Pratap in the battle of Haldighati’.

This matter was reported by some patriots and devout activists to the office of Daily ‘Sanatan Prabhat’. The related news was published in the Daily ‘Sanatan Prabhat’ on 29th July 2021. Along with this news, an appeal had been made to history lovers, patriots and Devout activists to register their protest and insist on the removal of the inappropriate reference.

In response, numerous history lovers, patriots and Devout activists pointed the mistake to Google administration and brought to their notice the true history. Hence, Google administration removed the inappropriate reference.

Surprisingly, when you search Google for the meaning of any other word, there is no reference with the meaning. This has happened only in the case of the word ‘parajit’. This makes it obvious that a conspiracy is being hatched by Hindu-haters to demoralise Hindus by spreading inappropriate history about them. (Congratulations to the history lovers, patriots and Devout activists for launching the movement against the distortion of history, and coming out victorious ! – Editor)