Reborn In 17th century India with Black Technology

Viay, an ISRO scientist, gets reincarnated in the Vijayanagara Empire, which has not yet weakened but unified South India in a parallel Earth similar to the current one, with slightly altered people and events in the 17th century. Watch how he guides the ancient nation back on the right track again. For Resources Discord: https://discord.gg/mRRVjFaf5H For UPI Donations: authormithunreddygaru@kotak Disclaimer: This novel is a work of fiction that explores historical events within the context of a parallel Earth. Any similarities to real-world historical occurrences are purely coincidental and are a product of the author's imagination. The intent is to offer an alternate perspective on history and should not be construed as an accurate representation of actual events. Reader discretion is advised. If you own the rights to the profile picture used by the author, please Let us know in the Comments for proper attribution or its removal. We appreciate your understanding and are committed to resolving any concerns regarding intellectual property rights.

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Ottomans Reaction & Martial Arts

Near the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, at the intersection of the land masses of Arabia and Africa, lies Tel Aviv in the Ottoman Empire.

|| 1655 Vedic Calendar, four months and one week after the New Year ||

In this vast metropolitan city, the Emperor of the Ottoman Empire is resting in his palace. He had come to Tel Aviv in order to visit Jerusalem, to see how the remodelling and refurbishment of Al-Aqsa Mosque had been completed. As he was receiving a lot of support from his people and the nobles to repair and reconstruct the mosque, which is the third most holy place for Muslims after Mecca and Medina, he had to take matters into his own hands.

After waking up from his rest, His Majesty Mehmed IV, the Emperor of the Ottoman Empire, had breakfast and set out to handle some affairs. He had the local nobles explain the current condition of Jerusalem to see if it needed any support from the capital.