Book List For The Bharatiya RW

During the course of a few mini discussions with Gopi ji — managed to obtain a list of books that any one interested in Indian Nationalism, Hindu Cultural Renaissance, Hindutva and related topics MUST read.

Putting the list here in public domain for benefit of wider audience.

Jadunath Sarkar:
The Fall of the Mughal Empire
A Short History of Aurangzib
Shivaji and his Times

Arun Shourie:
Eminent Historians: Their Technology, Their Line, Their Fraud
Only Fatherland
Harvesting Our Souls: Missionaries, Their Design, Their Claims
Indian Controversies: Essays on Religion in Politics

RC Majumdar:
History of the Freedom Movement in India

KM Munshi:
Pilgrimage To Freedom
Jai Somnath (History in Fiction)

Koenraad Elst:
Decolonizing the Hindu Mind
Negationism in India: Concealing the Record of Islam
The Saffron Swastika: The Notion of “Hindu Fascism”

Sitaram Goel:
Defence of Hindu Society
Heroic Hindu Resistance to Muslim Invaders

Ram Swarup:
Understanding Islam through Hadis
On Hinduism: Reviews and reflections
Pope John Paul II on Eastern Religions and Yoga: A Hindu-Buddhist Rejoinder
Hindu dharma & Semitic religions

Vaidya Guru Dutt (गुरुदत्त):
India In The Shadow of Gandhi and Nehru
डॉ. श्यामा प्रसाद मुखर्जी की अन्तिम यात्रा
परित्राणाय साधूनाम् (महाभारत की कथा)
भारतवर्ष का संक्षिप्त इतिहास
मैं हिन्दू हूँ
हिन्दुत्व की यात्रा
हिन्दू राष्ट्र
(history via fiction):
सम्भवामि युगे युगे
दो लहरों की टक्कर

भगवान सिंह:
कोसंबी: कल्पना से यथार्थ तक

Hansraj Rahbar:
Gandhi Benaqab
Nehru Benaqab

Vinayak Damodar Savarkar:
Kala Pani / My Transportation for Life
Six Glorious Epochs of Indian History

Bhai Parmanand:
Kale Pani Ki Karavas Kahani Apbiti

Swami Vidyanand Saraswat:
Aryon ka Adidesh / Aryavart : Original Home of the Aryans

Bipin Pal:
Nationality and Empire

Lajpat Rai:
The Political Future of India

HV Sheshadri:
The Tragic Story of Partition

JB Kripalani:
My Times: An Autobiography

Ram Manohar Lohia:
Guilty Men of India’s Partition

Bimal Prasad:
Pathways to India’s Partition (Vol 1–3)

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