Why a state wants to ignore India's Mughals
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Why a state wants to ignore part of India's history

The state of Maharashtra wants to remove references in its school textbooks to the Mughal dynasty, which ruled parts of India for 300 years.

It means it can focus on an empire established by a Hindu ruler.

But the move has sparked debate.

Produced by Sameer Hashmi and Kinjal Pandya-Wagh. Filmed and edited by Vishnu Vardhan.

  • 04 Sep 2017
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