Literature total pnts rank Rank 3,861in 4,610 titlesTotal 0 / Deviation 46.58
Literature rank of 1984 Rank 37in 44 titles
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Koudansha Heibonsha
Koudansya bunko
Japan Released:1984/06
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2007/03/29 Normal(+0 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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This novel is a novel familiar in Japan, dealing with the history of India. Why was India as a British colony in the middle of the nineteenth century? Where is the foundation of the Hindu-Muslim conflict that continues until the 21st century, to know the historical background that he said so It will be the introduction.

The protagonist of this novel is a Muslim nation that dominated India.Aurangzee king of the Mughal Empire is too narrowly Muslim, unlike King Mughall after the Great Emperor Akbar, thorough repression against infidels Was added. This was not good. Originally the Mughal Empire was a country created by a different ethnic group in the land of India, the majority of the natives were Hindus. With regard to their faith it is not something that can overturn the country at all, without being tolerant to some extent.

In addition, leaching started with a British East India company that took note of the confusion .... In the end India will be under British rule in the first century and a half after the death of Aurangse.

But, well, the man who says religion or ethnic problems is troubling As a matter of fact. Is it something that can become human intolerance so far? To the extent that it destroys the country.