Saffronisation of Indian history is an airy, three-legged cot that continues to stand, tottering, on Karl Marx, the White Man’s Burden and Nawab Nehru. It is an implicit evil relic that has outlived its expiry date.
The implicit evil is in the very term, “saffronisation,” a Nehruvian-Marxist politico-linguistic strawman that endured for at least half a century. Because no academic or lexical definition is available for “saffronisation,” it can mean all things to all people depending on whether you are in an election season or on the wrong side of the fence. But from verifiable experience, it simply means RSS, BJP, and Hindutva, all of which are of course, inherently evil.
Another simple definition of Saffronisation of Indian history is this: any history not approved by the high priests and priestesses of the Indian Marxist politburo is saffron.