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1.3. Case study of a straw man
1.4. The BMAC historians
1.5. Arguments from silence
1.6. A British concoction ?
1.7. A closer look at the arguments from silence
1.8. On balance
1.9. Tampering with the evidence
1.10. The politics behind the debate
1.12. Conclusion
2. Ashoka and Pushyamitra, iconoclasts?
3. The Bodh Gaya temple controversy
4.1. Claims of Hindu iconoclasm
4.2. An ?eminent historian? on the warpath
4.3. An eminent brawl
4.4. Kalhana?s first-hand testimony
4.5. Romila Thapar on Mahmud Ghaznavi
4.6. A small apology
5. Vandalism sanctified by scripture
6.1. Massive evidence of temple destruction
6.2. Hindu iconoclasm?
6.3. Temples and mosques as political centres
6.4. Raja Bhoja?s temple
7. Why did Aurangzeb demolish the Kashi Vishvanath temple?
8.1. A mosque casts its shadow on a church
8.2. Christians apologizing to Muslims
8.3. Christian understanding of the Hindu position
8.4. Muslims challenging Christianity in Europe
9.1. The one-point reference
9.2. Why an Ayodhya debate at all?
9.3. The role of foreign scholars
9.4. Misrepresenting the Ayodhya issue
9.5. Rama?s birthplace: a matter of faith?
9.6. A Babri Masjid, not a Rama-Janmabhoomi problem
10.1. Mohammed Habib?s revolutionary project
10.2. Absolving Islam
10.3. The ethnic factor
10.4. Conversion by force, or was it by fraud?
10.5. Ghaznavi vs. other Muslim conquerors
10.6. Not the Muslims are guilty, but Islam
11.1. Introduction
11.2.The object of the debate
11.3. Chronicle of the semi-official debate
11.4. The pro-temple evidence
11.5. No direct evidence
11.6. The anti-temple evidence
11.7. The anti-temple debating tactics
11.8. More on the British concoction hypothesis
11.9. Archaeological evidence
11.10. ?The Shariat does not allow temple demolition?
11.11. Tampering with the evidence
11.12. Conclusion
12.1. Portrait of the India-watcher as a young lady
12.2. Many faces of Hindu Revivalism
12.3. Postmodernism and the facts
12.4. Criticism and violence
13.1. Say it with poetry
13.2. Reject the Indonesian model
13.3. No more Ayodhya disputes
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