Sita Ram Goel
Here is what happens when a millennial Bengali, raised in a Communist family, reads “How I Became a Hindu” by Sita Ram Goel
I just finished reading my first Sita Ram Goel book, the famous 'How I Became A Hindu' with its original chapters written in 1982 and the last chapter specifically on the “Nightmare of Nehruism” added by Goel in 1993
Why the greatest icons of free speech rights in India have always been Hindutvavadis and not ‘liberals’
AAP MLA Amantullah Khan called for the beheading of Yati Narsinghanand Saraswati on Twitter.
Excerpts from the book "How I became a Hindu" by Sita Ram Goel in which he talks about how he felt about independent India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Nehruism.
Goel's body of work and life will continue to serve as an inspiration and a source of immense knowledge
Hindus have tied up our hands in the name of 'secularism' which makes us incapable of protesting against minority appeasement.
Sita Ram Goel in his chapter 'Residuerem of Macaulay' provides a brilliant and comprehensive analysis of Indian secular-liberals