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Decision Making in War: Recalling India’s Military History » Indian Defence Review | Page 2

December 23, 2017

War is a costly proposition and the currency of war is life and limb. Leaders at all levels are required to attain the results with minimum effort and risk to own forces. Unfortunately, Indian decision making has rarely considered this factor, and the case studies exemplify these. Having said that, it is reiterated that the reasons of picking such e

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Decision Making in War: Recalling India’s Military History » Indian Defence Review

December 23, 2017

War is a costly proposition and the currency of war is life and limb. Leaders at all levels are required to attain the results with minimum effort and risk to own forces. Unfortunately, Indian decision making has rarely considered this factor, and the case studies exemplify these. Having said that, it is reiterated that the reasons of picking such e

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(4) Zoroastrian art and civilization هنر و تمدن زرتشتی

January 4, 2017

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Christians, Zoroastrians & Iranians Political Culture in late Antiquity : By Dr. Richard E. Payne

August 1, 2016

Ardal County

July 27, 2016

Abraham Lincoln

July 25, 2016

https://m.facebook.com/NavyReading/photos/a.219293418164911.50554.219281528166100/1105814936179417/?type=3

History of Jihad against the Zoroastrians of Iran, Iraq, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan (634-651)

July 23, 2016

http://www.historyofjihad.org/persia.html

Inscription of Ariyaramna Hakhamanish:

July 20, 2016

INSCRIPTION OF ARIYÂRAMNA HAKHAMANISH ( Ariarmanes ) dedicated to AHURA MAZDA. 
Ariaramnes ( Old Persian Ariyâramna ) was the great-grandfather of the Persian king Darius I the Great and son of Teispes. 
Ariaramnes belonged to the Achaemenid house and was a brother of king Cyrus I of Anšan. He must have ruled in the first quarter of the sixth century BCE.
A short inscription by Ariaramnes was found in 1930 on a gold tablet in Hamadan (ancient Ecbatana) and runs like this:
Ariyâramna \ xšyathiya \ vazraka \ xšâyath

iya \ xšâyathiyânâm \ xšâyathiya \ Pârsâ

\ Cišpaiš \ xšâyathiyahyâ \ puça \ Haxâmanišah

yâ \ napâ \ thâtiy \ Ariyâramna \ xšâyathiya

\ iyam \ dahyâuš \ Pârsâ \ tya \ adam \ dârayâ

\ miy \ hya \ uvaspâ \ umartiyâ \ manâ \ baga

\ vazraka \ Auramazdâ \ frâbara \ vasnâ \ Au

ramazdâha \ adam \ xšâyathiya \ iyam \ da

hyâuš \ amiy \ thâtiy \ Ariyâramna

\ xšâyathiya \ Auramazdâ \ manâ \ upastâ

m \ baratuv
” Ariaramnes, the great King, king of King , King in Parsa , son of king Teispes, grandson of Achaemenes. King Ariaramnes says: This country Parsa which I hold, which is possessed of good horses, of good men, The Great God Ahuramazda bestowed it upon me. By the favor of Ahuramazda, I am king in this country. King Ariaramnes says: May Ahuramazda bear me help.”

INSCRIPTION OF ARIYÂRAMNA HAKHAMANISH ( Ariarmanes ) dedicated to AHURA MAZDA. 
Ariaramnes ( Old Persian Ariyâramna ) was the great-grandfather of the Persian king Darius I the Great and son of Teispes. 
Ariaramnes belonged to the Achaemenid house and was a brother of king Cyrus I of Anšan. He must have ruled in the first quarter of the sixth century BCE.
A short inscription by Ariaramnes was found in 1930 on a gold tablet in Hamadan (ancient Ecbatana) and runs like this:
Ariyâramna \ xšyathiya \ vazraka \ xšâyath

iya \ xšâyathiyânâm \ xšâyathiya \ Pârsâ

\ Cišpaiš \ xšâyathiyahyâ \ puça \ Haxâmanišah

yâ \ napâ \ thâtiy \ Ariyâramna \ xšâyathiya

\ iyam \ dahyâuš \ Pârsâ \ tya \ adam \ dârayâ

\ miy \ hya \ uvaspâ \ umartiyâ \ manâ \ baga

\ vazraka \ Auramazdâ \ frâbara \ vasnâ \ Au

ramazdâha \ adam \ xšâyathiya \ iyam \ da

hyâuš \ amiy \ thâtiy \ Ariyâramna

\ xšâyathiya \ Auramazdâ \ manâ \ upastâ

m \ baratuv
” Ariaramnes, the great King, king of King , King in Parsa , son of king Teispes, grandson of Achaemenes. King Ariaramnes says: This country Parsa which I hold, which is possessed of good horses, of good men, The Great God Ahuramazda bestowed it upon me. By the favor of Ahuramazda, I am king in this country. King Ariaramnes says: May Ahuramazda bear me help.”

History of Iran

July 20, 2016

Who bother about Military History? » Indian Defence Review

July 3, 2016

The short answer to this question, none! After having spent over 30 years in the field, I can say this with certainty. With a few honourable exceptions like late General Palit and General Sinha and late Dr. SN Prasad, this field is bare of any notable figures and solid work. Neither d

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