Introduction to
Shri Sita Ram Goel

Shri Sita Ram Goel was one of the greatest historians of modern India. He pioneered the detoxification of history writing in India, providing an indigenous perspective. This course is an introduction to his works and thoughts, leading learners to a better understanding of India’s history, culture and civilization.


8 - 21 OCTOBER


8 - 9PM (Click for More)



Shri Sita Ram Goel was a veritable Firekeeper, being one of India’s greatest historians in contemporary times. He pioneered the detoxification and decolonization of India’s history writing.

Indian history was hijacked by Marxists, left-liberals and anti-Hindus post-independence, continuing the colonization of the Hindu mind. We were given a ‘secular’ education, which in India’s context had come to mean everything anti-Hindu. Three generations of Hindus post-independence were deracinated by a hostile narrative of India which was anti-Hindu and non-indigenous. Hindus were taught to hate their culture, history and religion.

SRG took up the challenge and wrote around twenty-five books, seeking to remove all ideological biases from history writing in India. He also created a publishing house, called Voice of India, where he gathered India’s finest historians, thinkers, scholars, linguists and scientists to write the true decolonized history of India, trying to reverse the deracination of Hindu society. He was a fire keeper of Bhāratīya civilization in the line of Swami Vivekananda and Shri Aurobindo. It is necessary to take the works and vision of Shri Sita Ram Goel forward so that Bhāratavarṣa can develop an indigenous perspective of history once again. This Bṛhat Draṣtā course on his works aims to accomplish this very goal.

Course Content

Session 1 - 8th oct

India's secularism

Sita Ram Goel in many of his works discusses the idea and practice of Indian secularism and how it affects India’s polity, society and even its future. This lecture will explain Sita Ram Goel’s work on India’s Secularism.

books consulted

India’s Secularism, Perversion of India’s Political Parlance, Freedom of Expression, Stalinist “historians” spread a big lie.

Session 2 - 10th oct

islam in india

Sita Ram Goel in a series of works delved into the Nature of Islam, but also its history and interactions with Hindu society in India. This lecture will discuss Islam in India, its nature and its impact on Hindu society.

books consulted

The Calcutta Quran Petition, The Story of Islamic Imperialism in India, Muslim Separatism: Causes and Consequences

Session 3 - 12th oct

islam vis-a-vis Hindu Temples

Why did Islamic invaders destroy Hindu temples? Was it just for loot or the motives religious and ideological? Sita Ram Goel discusses this very pertinent issue, dealt with in this chapter.

books consulted

Islam vis-à-vis Hindu Temples, Hindu Temples What Happened to Them: Volume I – The Preliminary Evidence, Hindu Temples What Happened to Them: Volume II – The Islamic Evidence

Session 4 - 14th oct

the nature of christianity

Why do Christians convert Hindus? What is the concept of only true religion? Is there any such thing as a false religion? This lecture will discuss Sita Ram Goel’s answers to all these questions of civilizational importance.

books consulted

Jesus Christ: An Artifice for Aggression, Papacy, Its Doctrine and History

Session 5 - 17th oct

christianity in india

What was the behavior of Christian missionaries in India? What did the most prominent leaders of India say about Christianity, like Gandhi? This lecture will trace Christianity’s track-record in India.

books consulted

History of Hindu-Christian Encounters, Catholic Ashrams: Sannyasins or Swindlers, Pseudo-Secularism, Christian Missions and Hindu Resistance, Vindicated by Time: Niyogi Committee Report

Session 6 - 19th oct

hinduism and hindu society

SRG gave definitions of what is Hinduism; what it means to be a Hindu; what dangers it faces; and how to defend it. This lecture will discuss how Hindu society has protected itself in the past, while drawing lessons for the future.

books consulted

History of Hindu-Christian Encounters, Catholic Ashrams: Sannyasins or Swindlers, Pseudo-Secularism, Christian Missions and Hindu Resistance, Vindicated by Time: Niyogi Committee Report

Session 7 - 21st oct

politics in india

India after independence followed the path of socialism under the guidance of Nehru. One section of the society followed a politically conscious Hindu path. This lecture will discuss these two divergent paths of India and what it means for India’s future.

books consulted

Genesis and Growth of Nehruism, Time for Stock Taking: Whither Sangh Parivar?

Who is the Course For

Any nation with an aspiration for becoming a superpower cannot remain without telling its own story through its own lens. History writing is a major project of such an enterprise. Anyone who has interest in history and wants to not just read but write history of India will immensely benefit from this course. Anyone working with public policy and in the public arena also needs to know the pulse of the people they are working with. For this, knowing the true history of a place and its people becomes necessary. This course will teach its learners the true history of India without any ideological bias. Aspiring journalists too will get the much needed grounding in their own history, culture and tradition through this course.

Learner Takeaways

Defense of Hindu Society

SRG maintained that Hindu society is under siege from five hostile civilizational forces which are bent upon destroying Hindu society, culture and religion. This course will tell you how to defend Hindu society and identify the ideological forces you need to defend it from.

Decolonization of the Hindu Mind

Consciously or subconsciously, we have been fed a ‘secular’ ‘liberal’ narrative of Indian history, culture and civilization which is essentially anti-Hindu and non-indigenous. This course reveals how to decolonize such Hindu minds fed on secular education.

Reclaiming Hindu Narrative

Shri Sita Ram Goel gave an indigenous perspective of Indian history and history writing, trying to restore the Bhāratīya narrative. Through his works, not only can we develop a correct perspective on Indian history but we also get guidance for the roadmap ahead of reclaiming Hindu narrative.

Facilitator Profile

Pankaj Saxena is an author on Hindu temples, aesthetics, arts, literature, history and culture. But he also calls himself a Voice of India graduate. Early in life, by the grace of his guru, he encountered the works of Shri Sita Ram Goel and Shri Ram Swarup, published by Voice of India. And that started him on a journey of civilizational immersion.

Through the works of Voice of India, he realized the importance of Sanātana dharma in the greater scheme of things. It made him look at the world through a deeply Sanātana/ Hindu point of view. Ever since then he tries to spread the word of Shri Sita Ram Goel and Shri Ram Swarup; particularly focusing on his narrative of the decolonization of Hindu mind, detoxification of Indian history, and realizing the ideological and civilization opposition that Bhāratavarṣa gets from its primary rivals and enemies. Pankaj is a witness to the awakening of a generation through the works of Shri Sita Ram Goel and Shri Ram Swarup. With this course, he seeks to take their vision further.

Course Schedule:

Session 1

8th Oct, Saturday

Session 2

10th oct, monday

Session 3

12th oct, wednesday

Session 4

14th oct, friday

Session 5

17th oct, monday

Session 6

19th oct, wednesday

Session 7

21st oct, friday

Introduction to Shri Sita Ram Goel

Course Schedule – 8th to 21st October, 8pm – 9pm

Session 1: 8th Oct, Sat

Session 2: 10th Oct, Mon

Session 3: 12th Oct, Wed

Session 4: 14th Oct, Fri

Session 5: 17th Oct, Mon

Session 6: 19th Oct, Wed

Session 7: 21st Oct, Fri

bṛhat draṣṭā

Introduction to Shri Sita Ram Goel

8 – 21 October 2022
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