Daily Archives: July 15, 2007

Babek Khoremi (and Mahizadyar)

A while back in our youth we read the tale of Babek Khoremi’s rebellion as narrated by the early American historian Curtin. While his narrative was entirely from the perspective of Mohammedan historians, we could see that there was something … Continue reading

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The virile taittirIyaka’s jealousy

When we saw the putraka we noticed that he was the atavistic manifestation of the great Fourier of Mangalagrama. While Fourier of Mangalagrama was a dreaded bhrAtR^ivya, he was still a man of extraordinary qualities. A mathematician, engineer, linguist and … Continue reading

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