It’s Your ‘Galat Famly’ : This facts About India Are Not True!!

July 17, 2017 Author: Dushyant Goswami
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    It's Your 'Galat Famly' : This facts About India Are Not True!!

    How frequently have you have been advised things that end up being false? How frequently did we observe things to be false and were shocked, we heard stories and were shown things which said something else? Here are 10 lies told in India that every one of us thought to be valid.
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    Ayodhya has existed since the mystical age of the Ramayan.

    The current town of Ayodhya was set up by King Vikramaditya and didn't exist amid the day and age of the Ramayan. It was set up with the expect to reproduce its spiritualist. Truth be told, there is another town in Thailand by the name of Ayutthaya which holds a comparable story to that of the folklore.
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    Mahatma Gandhi was photographed dancing at a party.

    Fell for it? This isn't Mahatma Gandhi hitting the dance floor with a woman, it's really an Australian performer dressed like Gandhi. Gandhi is unquestionably one good example; we have performers dressing like him.
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    Hindi is the only official language of the country.

    There are more than twenty official languages in the country, including Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Kannada, English, and so on. Yes, the administration will keep on promoting the language, however all states are allowed to have their own official language.
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    India has officially been secular since 1947.

    The first Indian Constitution never had the term 'secular'. The constitution was later revised in 1976 adding the term secular to its preamble and different segments. The Supreme Court says India has dependably been a secular nation, however then why didn't we have it in our constitution?
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    Varanasi (Benaras) is the oldest city in the world.

    Varanasi is viewed as the oldest city of the world. This isn't genuine in light of the fact that there are more than 30 cities which were possessed before Varanasi in 1100 BC. Get your facts right, history students.
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    Hockey is India's national sport.

    In a RTI answer, the Sports Ministry has made it clear that it has not proclaimed any game as the national amusement while the web-site of the legislature, www.india.gov.in, has posted an article calling hockey India's National Game. The reality is that it was never pronounced our national game despite the fact that it is everywhere on our NCERT course books.
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    Lalu Prasad Yadav's daughter Misa Bharti gave a lecture at Harvard.

    Misa Bharti, daughter of Lalu Prasad Yadav, posted a photo of her on a platform of Harvard, asserting that she was welcome to address the get-together on the Role of Youth. A Harvard representative affirmed that she was welcomed for no such address.
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    “An eye for an eye would leave the whole world blind” -Mahatma Gandhi.

    Gandhi had a lot of fancy one-liners, the kind that he could've owned Twitter with if he was around in this day and age. But for all his wise quips, this wasn't one of them. Contrary to popular belief, these words were actually said by Ben Kingsley in the movie Gandhi . There is no record of this statement being made by Gandhi in any of his collected works.
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    Subhash Chandra Bose died in a plane crash.

    The Mukherjee report of 1999 proposes that Bose didn't bite the dust in an air crash in 1945. Despite the fact that the court dismisses this report, there is no record of a plane crash at the time Bose was flying. Add to that, no DNA examination was done on the slag that are said to be Bose's to show something else.
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    Milkha Singh looked back during the 400m race at the 1960 Rome Olympics.

    The Flying Sikh, Milkha Singh, was never leading in the 400m final of the 1960 Rome Olympics. Yes, he didn’t look back. He was fifth in line and with great effort, secured fourth position.