Author Archives: Dr. Sanjeev Singh

Imperial Pratihars: India’s glorious chapter forgotten in history books

Sculptures near Teli Mandir, Gwalior Fort (Credit: The British Library)

At a time when Arab imperialism was growing in the Middle-East region and Central Asia in the seventh century, they couldn’t make much headway beyond Sindh in the Indian subcontinent. The primary reason for this resistance was the rule of the Imperial Pratihars who created a bulwark of defence against the marauding Islamic invaders bringing […]