Persecution History

Massacred by Invaders
1971Hindu Genocide in Bangladesh
30 million Hindus displaced.
3,000,000 Hindus massacred
1947Partition of India
14 million Hindus displaced.
2,000,000 Hindus massacred
1950Riots Of East Bengal
4.5 million Hindus displaced.
500,000 Hindus massacred
1857First uprising against colonial empire
680,000 Hindus massacred.
1000 to 1525Massacres during Mughal Invasion
400 million Hindus killed.
As per Tarikh-i Firishta
70 million Hindus massacred
As per K. S. Lal’s estimate
Man Made Famines
1700 to 1950Colonial Era
80 million starved to death
1100 to 1700Mughal Era
18 million starved to death
1783-84Chalisa famine
11 Million starved to death
1791-92Doji barafamine or Skull famine
11 Million starved to death
1100-1600The 11 Famines
10 Million starved to death
1600-1800Three other famines
10 Million starved to death
1769-70Great Bengal Famine
10 Million starved to death
1876-78Great Famine (Southern India famine)
8.2 Million starved to death
1630-1631Deccan Famine (2nd Famine of 17th century)
7.4 Million starved to death
1943-44Bengal famine of 1943
3.6 Million starved to death
1860-61Upper Doab famine of 1860–61
2 Million starved to death
1868-70Rajputana famine of 1869
1.5 Million starved to death
1865-67Orissa famine of 1866
1 Million starved to death
1896-97Indian famine of 1896–97
1 Million starved to death
1899-1900Indian famine of 1899–1900
1 Million starved to death
1837-38Agra famine of 1837–38
0.8 Million starved to death
Loss Of Territory
Loss of Hindu Kingdoms
From
3200 BCE
56 Hindu
Kingdoms

61 million km²
To
2007 CE
0 Hindu
nation.

0 million km²
Gandhar (Afghanistan)
Hindu Population2018 – 0.03%
Area Lost6,52,237 km²
Bangladesh
Hindu Population1951 – 22%
2011 – 9%
Area Lost1,47,570 km²
Sri Lanka
Hindu Population1915 – 25%
2012 – 13%
Area Lost65610 km²
Indonesia (erstwhile part of Sri Vijaya empire)
Hindu Population2010 – 1.69%
Area Lost685645 km²
Parts of Malaysia (erstwhile Sri Vijaya empire)
Hindu Population2010 – 6.3%
Area Lost3,30,803 km²
Nepal (Kosala empire)
Hindu Population2011 – 81%
Area Lost1,47,181 km²
Pakistan (Kushan and Mauryan empires)
Hindu Population1998 – 1.6%
Area Lost8,81,913 km²
Ancient Hindu nations which are now part of India
Hindu Population2019 – 80%
Area Lost32,87,000 km²
Temples Destroyed
500 BCE to 1800CEIndia
2000 temples destroyed and converted to mosques
As per Sita Ram Goel’s research.
1992-1993Bangladesh
1,000 temples destroyed
1566 CEInquisition of Goa
160 temples destroyed
1567 CEInquisition of Goa
600 temples destroyed
1566-1576 CEGoa
Government implemented Laws forbidding repair of temples
1569 CEInquisition of Goa
100% temples destroyed
As per Portuguese archive records
1992Bangladesh Pogroms
11 temples destroyed
3 Feb 2018Meenakshi Amman Temple
Intentionally set on fire, but shown as an accident.
8 Feb 2018Sri Vadaranyeswarar Temple
Intentionally set on fire, but shown as an accident.
10 Feb 2018Gangai Amman Temple
Intentionally set on fire, but shown as an accident.
14 Feb 2018Sri Adi Kumbeswar Temple
Intentionally set on fire, but shown as an accident.
14 Feb 2018Tyagaraja Swamy Temple
Intentionally set on fire, but shown as an accident.
23 Feb 2018Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple Karuppur
Intentionally set on fire, but shown as an accident.
24 May 2018Ranganathaswamy Temple
Intentionally set on fire, but shown as an accident.
Imposition of Slavery
997Mahmud Of Ghazni
2,000,000 Hindus enslaved in Sindh, Ujjain, Rur, Malwa, Punjab, India.
1388Massacre by Timur
750,000 Hindus enslaved.
1556Abdullah Uzbeg
500,000 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India Company, Tinnevelly (Tirunelveli)
275,400 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India Company
215,900 Hindus enslaved. in Canara, Coorg, Wynad, Cochin, and Travancore.
1830East India Company, Malabar
124,950 Hindus enslaved.
1001Mahmud Of Ghazni
100,000 Hindus enslaved.
800Muhammad al-Qasim
96,000 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India Company, Malabar and Wynad (Wayanad)
85,000 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India Company, Canara
68,000 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India Company, Sylhet and Buckergunge (Bakerganj)
68,000 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India Company, Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
23,287 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India Company, Behar
19,314 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India Company, Arcot
17,000 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India Company, Assam
9,605 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India Company, Tizhoot
9,402 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India, Company Trichinopoly
9,010 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India Company, Southern Mahratta Country
6,375 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India Company, Surat
2,550 Hindus enslaved.
1830East India Company, Penang
2,550 Hindus enslaved.
University And Libraries
1193 CENalanda University and library
9 million books burnt down by Baklitiyar Khilji
1800 to 1900 CE
1,000,000 Gurukuls (Hindu Schools) destroyed.
500 CE to 1900 CE
10,000 Peetams (Hindu Universities), Mutts (Colleges) and Agraharams (Diploma colleges) destroyed.
500 CETakshasila University and library
Destroyed during Toramana (a ruler of the Alchon Huns) invasion

MAJOR INCIDENTS OF THE PERSECUTION

1
Hindu Holocaust
56 Hindu Kingdoms destroyed, 40M – 50M non-voilent Hindu civilians massacred between 1000 BC to…
2
Hindu Genocide in Bangladesh
In East Pakistan(now Bangladesh) alone atleast 3M Hindus massacred 30M Hindus displaced in the year…
3
Jauhar of Agalassoi and Malli (336 – 323 BCE)
The Agalassoi Hindu tribe of 20,000 men, women and children set fire to the town and cast…
4
Jauhar of Sindh (712 CE)
In 712, the Queen of Dahir and the rest of the women decided to self immolate to escape enslavement…
5
Jauhar of Gwalior (1232 CE)
In 1232, the barbaric Shams ud-Din Iltutmish of the Delhi Sultanate attacked Gwalior. Then under…
6
Jauhar of Ranthambore (1301 CE)
In 1301, Alauddin Khalji of Delhi Sultanate besieged and conquered the Ranthambore fort. When faced…
7
Jauhar of Ranthambore (1301 CE)
In 1301, King Hammiradeva, his queens, daughters and other female relatives committed jauhar, when…
8
Jauhar of Kampili (1327 CE)
The Hindu women of the Kampili kingdom of northern Karnataka committed jauhar when it fell in 1327…
9
Jauhar of Chanderi (1528 CE)
The Hindu Rajput king Medini Rai ruled over Chanderi in northern Madhya Pradesh in early 16th…
10
Jauhar of Chittor (1528 CE)
1535, Bahadur Shah laid siege on Chittorgarh. Having already lost Rana Singh, Rani Karnavati along…
11
Jauhar of Chittor (1567 CE)
In 1568 CE, after Akbar’s barbaric army conquered Chittorgarh in Rajasthan, Hindu women gave up…
12
Jauhar of Raisen (1528 CE)
Raisen in Madhya Pradesh was repeatedly attacked by the Mughal Army in the early 16th century. In…
13
Jauhar of Raisen (1532 CE)
After a long siege of Raisen fort, that exhausted all supplies within the fort, Rani Durgavati and…
14
Jauhar of Raisen (1543 CE)
This refusal to submit to Mughal rule repeated, and in 1543 the third jauhar was led by Rani…
15
Jauhar of Bundelkhand (1634 CE)
Aurangzeb with three army battalions lay siege of Bundela in Madhya Pradesh in December 1634 CE….
16
Massacre of Srirangam (1323 CE)
In Srirangam, 13,000 Hindu ascetics at or around the temple were slaughtered by Muhammad bin…
17
Mass killings in Bengal by Firuz Shah Tughlaq (1353 CE)
Firuz Shah invaded Bengal after it rebelled and paid for the 180,000 heads of Hindus massacred by…
18
Massacres around Vijayanagara (1366 CE)
5,00,000 inhabitants were massacred in all the districts surrounding Vijayanagara by the Bahmani…
19
Battle of Bhatner (1398 CE)
10,000 Hindu inhabitants were killed after some of them started resisting the demand of paying…
20
Execution of slaves by Timurid forces (1398 CE)
In 1398 Timur ordered his soldiers to kill all the 100,000 captives they caught to avoid a…
21
Massacre of Garha (1560 CE)
48,000 Hindu peasants and Rajputs were ordered to be executed by Emperor Akbar, in the early years…
22
Siege of Chittorgarh (1568 CE)
About 30,000 non-combatants were ordered to be executed while 8,000 Rajput women immolated…
23
Massacres by Nader Shah (1739 CE)
Persian invaders massacred 300,000 Indian civilians.
24
Massacres after the Battle of Panipat (1761 CE)
During the battle of Panipat 40,000–70,000 Maratha (Hindu) soldiers were killed and about…
25
Massacre of Vadda Ghallughara (1763 CE)
Perpetrated by Afghan Muslim forces of Ahmad Shah Durrani, around 25,000 – 30,000 Sikhs were…
26
First uprising against colonial empire (1857 CE)
The army of the colonial empire massacred civilians, including women and children at several places…
27
Jallianwala Bagh massacre (13 Apr 1919)
Reginald Edward Harry Dyer ordered a unit of the British Indian Army to open fire on a unarmed,…
28
Moplah Rebellion (1921 CE)
During the Moplah rebellion, unofficial esstimates report 10,000 Hindu civilians massacred and…
29
Kohat riots (09 Sep 1924)
During the kohat riots 155 Hindus and Sikhs were killed and resulted in 100,000 Hindus permanently…
30
Anti-Hindu Riots (1923 to 1937 CE)
In the period between 1923 and 1937 there were scored of Anti-Hindu riots that have resulted in the…
31
Direct Action Day (15 August – 17 September 1946)
A directive was issued by those people who were demanding a separate Hindu nation to massacre…
32
Noakhali riots (September-October 1946 CE)
The Noakhali riots were a series of semiorganized massacres, rapes, abductions and forced…
33
Partition of India (1947 CE)
The 1947 partition of India was one of the most violent periods of history, and its story has gone…
34
Maharashtran Brahmin Massacre (1948 CE)
Violence against brahmin households in 1948 resulted in 8,000 Hindu Brahmins being massacared.
35
Muslim Riots Of East Bengal (1950 CE)
In August 1949, atrocities on non-Muslims began all over East Pakistan and continued for three…
36
Massacre Of Hindu Saints by Delhi Police (1966 CE)
In 1966 Hindus led by several Hindu monks marched towards the parliament to protest cow slaughter….
37
Operation Blue Star (1984 CE)
In 1984 The Government of India, pushed in special military troops in the Golden Temple. Several…
38
1984 Sikh Genocide (1984 CE)
In 1984 the political party of the former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and their supporters…
39
Bangladesh violence (1992 CE)
1992 Bangladesh pogroms lasted from 7 Dec 1992 to March 1993. Official report say 10 people were…
40
Godhara Riots (2002 CE)
On 27 February 2002, a train in Godhra was burned which caused the deaths of 58 Hindu pilgrims.
41
Attack On Akshardham Temple (2002 CE)
24 September 2002, two armed men attacked the Akshardham Temple complex at Gandhinagar, Gujarat,…
42
Invasion of Muhammad al-Qasim (800 CE)
During the invasion of Muhammad al-Qasim, numerous women and children were enslaved. As per the…
43
Raids of Mahmud Of Ghazni (997 CE)
Mahmud Of Ghazni Raided 17 Times, Enslaved Or Killed 2 Million Hindus. Around 2,000,000 Hindus were…
44
Raids of Mahmud Of Ghazni (1001 CE)
In the early 11th century Tarikh al-Yamini, the Arab historian Al-Utbi recorded that in 1001 the…
45
Massacre by Timur and his army (1388 CE)
Generals of Timur slaughtered or enslaved atleast 750,000 Hindus in just one day, the day of…
46
Abdullah Uzbeg enslaved 500,000 Hindus (1556 CE)
Abdullah Khan Uzbeg was a general in the army of Akbar. Abdullah Khan Uzbeg boasted,
“I made…
47
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
Slavery in India continued through the 18th and 19th century. During colonial time many Indians…
48
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
85,000 Hindus made into slaves.
49
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
215,900 Hindus made into slaves.
50
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
275,400 Hindus made into slaves.
51
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
9,010 Hindus made into slaves.
52
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
17,000 Hindus made into slaves.
53
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
68,000 Hindus made into slaves.
54
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
9,605 Hindus made into slaves.
55
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
2,550 Hindus made into slaves.
56
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
23,287 Hindus made into slaves.
57
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
2,550 Hindus made into slaves.
58
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
68,000 Hindus made into slaves.
59
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
19,314 Hindus made into slaves.
60
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
9,402 Hindus made into slaves.
61
Hindus Enslaved by the East India Company (1830 CE)
6,375 Hindus made into slaves.
62
The 11 Famines (1100-1600)
In the period between 1100 and 1600 CE 11 Famines occured. However it is not known how many lives…
63
Deccan Famine (2nd Famine of 17th century) (1630-1631)
The Deccan Famine (1630-1631) remains one of the most devastating famines in the history of India,…
64
Three other famines (1600-1800)
3 major famines occured in 17th century, one of them took 7.4 million lives. For 18th century,…
65
Great Bengal Famine (1769–70)
During the great bengal famine of 1769-70 in Bihar, Northern and Central Bengal 10 million people,…
66
Chalisa famine (1783–84)
During the Chalisa famine of 1783-84 in Delhi, Western Oudh, Eastern Punjab region, Rajputana, and…
67
Doji barafamine or Skull famine (1791–92)
During the Skull famine of 1792-92 in Madras Presidency including Hyderabad, Southern Maratha…
68
Agra famine (1837–38)
During the Agra famine in Central Doab and trans-Jumna districts of the North-Western Provinces ,…
69
Upper Doab famine (1860–61)
During the Upper Doab famine in the region of Agra; Delhi and Hissar divisions of the Punjab 2…
70
Orissa famine of 1866 (1865–67)
During the Orissa famine of 1866 in Orissa and Bihar; Bellary and Ganjam districts of Madras 1…
71
Rajputana famine of 1869 (1868–70)
In the Ajmer, Western Agra, Eastern Punjab (Rajputana) region 1.5 million people died in 1869 due…
72
Great Famine (Southern India famine) (1876–78)
During the Great famine of 1876-78 in Madras and Bombay region including Mysore and Hyderabad, 5.5…
73
Indian famine (1896–97)
During the Indian famine of 1896-97 in Madras, Bombay Deccan, Bengal, United Provinces, Central…
74
Indian famine of 1899–1900
During the Indian famine of 1899-1900 in Bombay, Central Provinces, Berar, Ajmer, parts of Punjab…
75
Bengal famine of 1943 (1943–44)
During the Bengal famine of 1943 inbengal, 1.5 million people died due to starvation. Another 2.1…
76
Gandhar (Afghanistan)
Once a Hindu majority nation, with almost 100% Hindu population at a time, now has not more than…
77
Bangladesh
Once a Hindu nation, the Hindu population in 1951 was just 22% and in 2011 fell to 9% of the…
78
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka was a Hindu Kingdom for centuries.
The present era Hindu population (as % of total…
79
Indonesia (erstwhile part of Sri Vijaya empire)
The first records of Hindu civilization in Indonesia dates back to least 300 AD. The present era…
80
Parts of Malaysia (erstwhile Sri Vijaya empire)
The first records of Hindu civilization in Malaysia dates back at least 1,700 years ago. The…
81
Nepala (Kosala empire)
Nepalese Hindus are one of the oldest unbroken civilization of the world.
Nepalese Hinduism is…
82
Pakistan (Kushan and Mauryan empires)
In 1387 BCE present day Pakistan was part of the Kushan Empire. In 285 BCE it was a part of the…
83
Ancient Hindu nations which are now part of India
India is the land where Hinduism has always exists with recorded evidence of more than 10,000…
84
Temples converted to mosques – India (From 500 BCE)
A list of over 2000 temples which were destroyed with then mosques built over them have been…
85
Inquisition of Goa – Goa, India(1566 CE)
During the Inquisition of Goa in 1566 CE 160 temples were destroyed.
86
Inquisition of Goa – Goa, India(1567 CE)
During the Inquisition of Goa in 1567 CE 600 temples were destroyed.
87
Inquisition of Goa – Goa, India(1566-1576 CE)
During the Inquisition of Goa in 1567 CE there was a law forbidding the repair of temples
88
Inquisition of Goa – Goa, India(1569 CE)
During the Inquisition of Goa in 1569 CE all temples in Goa were destroyed (as per Portuguese…
89
Bangladesh Pogroms – Bangladesh(1992)
Bangladesh pogroms lasted from 7 Dec 1992 to March 1993. Official report say 10 people were…
90
1992 mass Temple destruction – Pakistan (1992)
Nearly 1000 active and former Hindu temples in Pakistan were destroyed in 1992
91
Attack On Akshardham Temple (2002)
On 24th September 2002, two armed men attacked the Akshardham Temple complex at Gandhinagar,…
92
Meenakshi Amman Temple – Madurai (03 Feb 2018)
On 3rd Feb 2018 the Meenakshi Amman Temple in Madurai was burned, and falsely reported as an…
93
Sri Vadaranyeswarar Temple – Tiruvallur (08 Feb 2018)
On 8th Feb 2018 the Sri Vadaranyeswarar Temple in Tiruvallur was burned, and falsely reported as an…
94
Gangai Amman Temple – Vellore (10 Feb 2018)
On 10th Feb 2018 the Gangai Amman Temple in Vellore was burned, and falsely reported as an accident.
95
Sri Adi Kumbeswar Temple – Kumbhakonam (14 Feb 2018)
On 14th Feb 2018 the Sri Adi Kumbeswar Temple in Kumbhakonam was burned, and falsely reported as an…
96
Tyagaraja Swamy Temple – Thiruvarur (14 Feb 2018)
On 14th Feb 2018 the Tyagaraja Swamy Temple in Thiruvarur was burned, and falsely reported as an…
97
Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple Karuppur – (23 Feb 2018)
On 23rd Feb 2018 the Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple in Karuppur was burned, and falsely reported as…
98
Ranganathaswamy Temple – Srirangam (24 May 2018)
On 24th May 2018 the Ranganathaswamy Temple in Srirangam was burned, and falsely reported as an…
99
Libraries of All 56 Hindu nations (2000 BCE to 2019 CE).
The libraries of all 56 Hindu nations have been destroyed. Today of whatever temples remain, none…
100
Libraries of Takshashila (Modern Pakistan) (500 CE).
Takshasila University and library were destroyed during Toramana (a ruler of the Alchon Huns)…
101
Libraries of Nalanda, Bihar, India (1193 CE).
The Nalanda University, one of the most illustrious learning centres to ever exist, built in the…
102
Libraries of Vikramashila, Bihar, India (1193 CE).
The Vikramashila University and library were destroyed by the forces of Muhammad bin Bakhtiyar…
103
Libraries of Burma (1885 CE).
The Royal library of the Kings of Burma and Several Pali palm leaf Hindu religious manuscripts were…
104
Libraries of Harmandir Sahib at Amritsar (1984 CE).
The Libraries of Harmandir Sahib at Amritsar were burnt adn destroyed in 1984.
105
Libraries of Jaffna, Sri Lanka (1981 CE).
A mob of militants and police officers went on a rampage in minority Tamil-dominated northern…
106
Libraries of Pol-i-Khomri, Afghanistan (1998 CE).
The Pol-i-Khomri Public Library was burned down by Taliban militants in 1998.
107
Destruction of Gurukul education system
In less than a century the colonial government completely destroyed the native village level…
108
Destruction of Higher education system
Hindu universities offered various subjects such as law, civil adminstration, surgery, medicine,…
109
Goa Inquisition, Goa, India (1560 – 1774)
During the Goa Inquisition the Anti-Hindu Tribunals of the Inquisition used arbitary imprisonment…
110
Goa Inquisition, Goa, India (1561 – 1623)
During the Goa Inquisition the Anti-Hindu Tribunals of the Inquisition used arbitary imprisonment…
111
Goa Inquisition, Goa, India (1782-1800)
During the Goa Inquisition during the period between 1782 – 1800 Hindus were the primary target for…
112
Noakhali riots (September-October 1946)
According to M. A. Khan, at least 95% of the Hindus of Noakhali were converted to Islam. According…
113
Hate propaganda to poison and convert Hindus (2017)
There has been sustained and continuoues pressure upon the HIndu society to move away from their…
114
Destruction of Hindu Economy (500 CE to 1950 CE)
The predominently Hindu Indian Sub Continent accounted for 30% of the world GDP in 500 CE, which…