Re: Indo-European Studies

Anshuman Pandey (
Wed, 26 Jul 1995 22:47:29 -0700

On 25 Jul 1995, Gerold Firl wrote:

> > Brahmins invited Arabs to encourage invasion of India because they
> > were fearful of the Arabs; for example, they did not know how to
> > fool these people with false propaganda.
> The brahmins invited the moguls to invade india because they were afraid of
> them? I don't understand.

I don't understand what you mean. The Mughals, actually Babur, was
invited from his throne in Kabul to help the Afghan Lodi dynasty settled
a civil war. Babur later overthrew the Lodis and took the Delhi Sultanate
for himself. The Brahmins had no say in this decision.

Anshuman Pandey