An exhibition has been organized by the French journalist – who stayed back in India for last 25 years.. on the atrocities of Aurangzeb… ACCORDING to Mughal records! It is ongoing at India Habitat Center in Delhi.
Francois the French journalist has organized a painting exhibition which portrayed Mughal Emperor Auragazeb’s life and some other historical events. This four days exhibition was held at Indian Habitat Center, Lodhi Road. This exhibition attracted attentions of all visitors including K.P.S. Gill (Chairman Hockey Federation). This exhibition inaugurated by Murali Manohar Joshi (MP, Lok Sabha).
At this exhibition paintings, gazettes, and other evidences of Aurangazeb’s cruelty exhibited, which portrayed the historical events like Disrtuction of Somnath temple, Hiding of a Mathuta temple Deity, Hindus paying Jiziya, Martyriodom of Shambhunath, son of Shivaji, Shivaji leaves Mughal court in anger, trampling of Hindus protesting Jiziya etc.
Best part of this exhibition is that the interest of a Non Indian person in Indian History. Francois Gautier is the French journalist who stayed in India for more than 25 years has organized exhibitions on several aspects of Indian society and other. He already organized an exhibition ‘Minority in Bangladesh, which portrayed the grievances of Bangladeshi’s and one more exhibition which shown the constraints of Kashmiri Pandits who are living as refugees in their own villages with a Name ‘Kashmiri Pandits’
Francois said that, after this exhibition in Delhi, he is going to exhibit these paintings in Bangalore, Pune Etc. in foreign countries like Atlanta, New York, UK people are very eager to know about Aurangazeb. Because they believe that Aurangazeb such a cruel person who is contrary to Hitler and other communists. He killed his own father, brothers and his own son. His forth coming Exhibition will be on the history of Shivaji who fought with Mughals for a long time.
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