2400 years ago today, the first superhero of Indian independence, the Kshatriya King Puru (Porus), who defeated the foreign Greek invader Alexander alias Sikandar, who had conquered the nations of the world including Iran and the whole of Arabia, defeated him on the land of India with the edge of his sword. Greek historians presented their king Alexander aka Sikandar as victorious, but if Alexander had defeated the Indian king Puru, then why did Alexander's army run away from the land of India after fighting Puru? Why was there a stampede in the army? Alexander alias Sikandar had to return to his homeland Greek (Greece) in an injured state. He died on the way. The truth is that Alexander aka Sikandar begged for his life from Puru but Greek historians presented their Alexander as victorious. We Indians have proved to be weak in this matter since ancient times. Even in the Hollywood film Alexander (2008), Alexander aka Sikandar was shown falling from his horse while fighting with the Indian Kshatriya king Puru. In that film, Puru was shown to be superior to Alexander. Americans believe that Alexander was defeated by Kshatriya king Puru, but we Indians have been considering Puru as a warrior defeated by Alexander for 2400 years. This has been India's misfortune. Marxist, communist historians presented Indian kings as losers so that India and Indian kings can be called weak and irrelevant. Thanks to American Hollywood researchers who told the truth by showing Puru as winning. Those who say that Kshatriyas used to lose most of the wars, they should read the history of Bappa Rawal from Puru, who defeated all the kings of the world for thousands of years. Who drove Alexander to Arab invaders to Arabia. Prithvi Raj Chauhan also lost to Mohammad Ghori in 1192 due to deceit by Ghori for not taking up arms at night. Emotional tribute to Puru at his feet on his 2409th birth anniversary today! Millions of salutations!