Hindu revisionists are going after India's Mughal-era structures

The World

When the Mughals swept into India in the 1500s, they often erected their mosques on Hindu temple sites. More than 500 years later, right-wing Hindus are claiming that they are the rightful owners. As Hindu nationalism dominates Indian politics, the question of to whom the sites belong has become a religious flash point. Sushmita Pathak examines the current claims and their historical accuracy.

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