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How should the Think Tanks of Nepal be grooming the youth population by educating them with historical narratives backed by evidence supported by scientific data?
For example :
The historians of India have brought out facts which highlight that Pushyamitra Sung killed Bridhartha, who was the 10th king of the dynasty of Emperor Ashoka. In order to erase the history of the Buddha, he came to Tilaurakot and built a Hindu temple to insult the Buddha. The documents say that the fictional Rama of Ramayana was the same Pushyamitra Sung. After the assassination of the Buddhist ruler, he wrote Manusmriti and Ramayana to institutionalize Brahmanism. Similarly, modern Pushyamitra Sung, Indian Hindu Guru Morari Bapu is trying to erase the existence of Buddha by reciting Ramayana in Lumbini. Now it is important to understand that there is a serious conspiracy before Murari Bapu who is reciting the Ramayana in Lumbini.
Even if we take into account places mentioned in the Ramayana like Chitrakoot, Ayodhya, which still exist, the fact is that Ramayana is not a historical text. So, from that perspective, there is no historical evidence and data available of Ram.
People in the past were circulating “fake information” as those cooked up stories that are false: the story itself is fabricated, with no verifiable facts, sources or quotes. These stories were propaganda that was intentionally designed to mislead the innocent uneducated citizens and rule over them
. Fake stories were created to proliferate quickly and easily as people shared more and more information among people.