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Born in 1921, Sita Ram Goel took his M.A. in History in 1944, from the University of Delhi. He won scholarships and distinctions in school as well as college.

Well-versed in several languages, he has studied the literature, philosophy, religion, history and sociology of several cultures-ancient, medieval and modern. For his judgements and evaluations, however, he draws his inspiration from the Mahabharata the Suttapitaka, Plato and Sri Aurobindo.

He has written several documented studies on Communism, Soviet Russia, Red China, Christianity and Islam. Author of eight novels, he has translated into Hindi quite a few books from English, including some dialogues of Plato and a biography of Shivaji. His other works include compilations from the Mahabharata and the Suttapitaka.

Having become a convinced Communist by the time he came out of college, he turned against this criminal ideology in 1949 when he came to know what was happening inside Soviet Russia. From 1950 onwards he participated in a movement for informing the Indian people about the theory as well as the practice of Communism is Stalin's Russia and Mao's China. The numerous studies published by the movement in the fifties exist in cold print in many libraries and can be consulted for finding out how the movement anticipated by many years the recent revelations about Communist regimes.

 

Contents
1 The Two Behaviour Patterns 1
  Stale Studies of Partition 1
  A Breath of Fresh Breeze 3
  The Muslim Behaviour Pattern 3
  The National Behaviour Pattern 5
  No Warning Voices 6
2 The National Territorial Tradition 8
  Bharatavarsha Becomes a "Multitude of Different Countries" 9
  Cultural Unity versus Political Unity 9
  The Character of Political Unity 12
  Defence of the North-Western Frontier 13
  Surrender of a Vital Principle 14
3 The National Historical Tradition 16
  Paralysis at the Time of Partition 16
  Degeneration Due to Distored Vision 17
  The National Version of Indian Vision 18
  Hindus Remembered Only their Own Heroes 19
  The Western Version of Indian History 20
4 The Business of Bleming the British 24
  Islam and Hindu Society 24
  A Slogan Borrowed from the British 26
  The Same Slogan is Still Current 26
  A Welcome Departure 27
  Failure of British Policy on all Other Fronts 28
  Faulty Perceptions of National Leadership 28
5 The Frustration of Islam in India 30
  Hindu and Muslim 'Revivalism' 32
  Two Versions of Medieval Indian History 32
  The Prison-House of Islamic Theology 33
  The Piety of Islam 34
  The 'Spiritual Mission' of Islam 36
6 Islamic Atavism Renamed Muslim Revivalism 38
  Walliulah's Recipe for Re-establishing Islam 38
  Atavism is not Revivalism 40
  An Outline of Islamic Crusadein India 42
  Common Characteristics of Islamic Theologians 44
  Most Sufis were Hard-Hearted Fanatics 45
  Appendix 47
7 Journey from Jihad to Jee-Huzuri 57
  The Double-Faced Deceiver 57
  Anti-British Jihad Always Ended as Anti-Hindu 58
  Islamic Theologians do a Right-About Turn 64
8 National Resurgence Reviled as Hindu Revivalism 67
  Message of Maharshi Dayananda 68
  Bankim Chandra Chatterjee 69
  Swami Vivekananda 70
  Sri Aurobindo 71
  The National Vision Gets Vitiated 72
  The Terminological Swindle 73
  The Blind Alley 73
  The Transvalution of Values 75
  The Only Way Out 75
9 Loss of Privileges Portrayed as Privation 76
  The New Posture of Islamic Imperialism 76
  Muslims Insist on Cow-Slaughter 77
  No Music Before the Mosque 78
  Uproar over Urdu 79
  Urdu had Remained a Foreign Language 81
  Yet Urdu Won a Victory 82
10 The Separatist Sewer Pollutes the National Mainstream 84
  There was No New Breeze among Muslims 84
  Causes of Muslim Bitterness Against the British 85
  Muslim Stage an Anti-Climax 87
  National Leadership Walks into the Trap 89
  A New Stage in the National Movement 89
11 The Behaviour Pattern Patented by Islam 93
  Rabindranath on Hindu-Muslim Unity 96
  Lala Lajpat Rai on the Same Theme 96
  Sarat Chandra Sums up the Subject 97
  Hindu Failure to Understand Islam 97
  It is Islam That Separates the Muslims from the Hindus 98
  The Essence of Islam 99
12 Plea for a Historical Perspective 101
  The Basic and the Big Mistake 101
  The Foreign Fraternity 102
  Hindus could have Wiped out Islam Residues Islamic Imperialism in Different Roles 104
  The Tragedy of National Leadership 106
  Voice of Warning 107
  Secularism: The New Smoke-screen 108
  The Only Way Out: An Awakwned Hindu Society 109
  Appendix  
  Islamic Manifesto for India 111
  Index 120

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Born in 1921, Sita Ram Goel took his M.A. in History in 1944, from the University of Delhi. He won scholarships and distinctions in school as well as college.

Well-versed in several languages, he has studied the literature, philosophy, religion, history and sociology of several cultures-ancient, medieval and modern. For his judgements and evaluations, however, he draws his inspiration from the Mahabharata the Suttapitaka, Plato and Sri Aurobindo.

He has written several documented studies on Communism, Soviet Russia, Red China, Christianity and Islam. Author of eight novels, he has translated into Hindi quite a few books from English, including some dialogues of Plato and a biography of Shivaji. His other works include compilations from the Mahabharata and the Suttapitaka.

Having become a convinced Communist by the time he came out of college, he turned against this criminal ideology in 1949 when he came to know what was happening inside Soviet Russia. From 1950 onwards he participated in a movement for informing the Indian people about the theory as well as the practice of Communism is Stalin's Russia and Mao's China. The numerous studies published by the movement in the fifties exist in cold print in many libraries and can be consulted for finding out how the movement anticipated by many years the recent revelations about Communist regimes.

 

Contents
1 The Two Behaviour Patterns 1
  Stale Studies of Partition 1
  A Breath of Fresh Breeze 3
  The Muslim Behaviour Pattern 3
  The National Behaviour Pattern 5
  No Warning Voices 6
2 The National Territorial Tradition 8
  Bharatavarsha Becomes a "Multitude of Different Countries" 9
  Cultural Unity versus Political Unity 9
  The Character of Political Unity 12
  Defence of the North-Western Frontier 13
  Surrender of a Vital Principle 14
3 The National Historical Tradition 16
  Paralysis at the Time of Partition 16
  Degeneration Due to Distored Vision 17
  The National Version of Indian Vision 18
  Hindus Remembered Only their Own Heroes 19
  The Western Version of Indian History 20
4 The Business of Bleming the British 24
  Islam and Hindu Society 24
  A Slogan Borrowed from the British 26
  The Same Slogan is Still Current 26
  A Welcome Departure 27
  Failure of British Policy on all Other Fronts 28
  Faulty Perceptions of National Leadership 28
5 The Frustration of Islam in India 30
  Hindu and Muslim 'Revivalism' 32
  Two Versions of Medieval Indian History 32
  The Prison-House of Islamic Theology 33
  The Piety of Islam 34
  The 'Spiritual Mission' of Islam 36
6 Islamic Atavism Renamed Muslim Revivalism 38
  Walliulah's Recipe for Re-establishing Islam 38
  Atavism is not Revivalism 40
  An Outline of Islamic Crusadein India 42
  Common Characteristics of Islamic Theologians 44
  Most Sufis were Hard-Hearted Fanatics 45
  Appendix 47
7 Journey from Jihad to Jee-Huzuri 57
  The Double-Faced Deceiver 57
  Anti-British Jihad Always Ended as Anti-Hindu 58
  Islamic Theologians do a Right-About Turn 64
8 National Resurgence Reviled as Hindu Revivalism 67
  Message of Maharshi Dayananda 68
  Bankim Chandra Chatterjee 69
  Swami Vivekananda 70
  Sri Aurobindo 71
  The National Vision Gets Vitiated 72
  The Terminological Swindle 73
  The Blind Alley 73
  The Transvalution of Values 75
  The Only Way Out 75
9 Loss of Privileges Portrayed as Privation 76
  The New Posture of Islamic Imperialism 76
  Muslims Insist on Cow-Slaughter 77
  No Music Before the Mosque 78
  Uproar over Urdu 79
  Urdu had Remained a Foreign Language 81
  Yet Urdu Won a Victory 82
10 The Separatist Sewer Pollutes the National Mainstream 84
  There was No New Breeze among Muslims 84
  Causes of Muslim Bitterness Against the British 85
  Muslim Stage an Anti-Climax 87
  National Leadership Walks into the Trap 89
  A New Stage in the National Movement 89
11 The Behaviour Pattern Patented by Islam 93
  Rabindranath on Hindu-Muslim Unity 96
  Lala Lajpat Rai on the Same Theme 96
  Sarat Chandra Sums up the Subject 97
  Hindu Failure to Understand Islam 97
  It is Islam That Separates the Muslims from the Hindus 98
  The Essence of Islam 99
12 Plea for a Historical Perspective 101
  The Basic and the Big Mistake 101
  The Foreign Fraternity 102
  Hindus could have Wiped out Islam Residues Islamic Imperialism in Different Roles 104
  The Tragedy of National Leadership 106
  Voice of Warning 107
  Secularism: The New Smoke-screen 108
  The Only Way Out: An Awakwned Hindu Society 109
  Appendix  
  Islamic Manifesto for India 111
  Index 120

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