Sita Ram Goel


Sita Ram Goel : biography

1921 – 2003

Goel was fluent in Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, English and Sanskrit, and read Persian."Koenraad Elst Who is a Hindu? (2001)

On Decline of Buddhism

Sita Ram Goel invited them [Eminent Historians] to cite any Hindu text which orders Hindus to break the places of worship of other religions—as the Bible does, as a pile of Islamic manuals does. He has asked them to name a single person who has been honoured by the Hindus because he broke such places -– the way Islamic historians and lore have glorified every Muslim ruler and invader who did so. A snooty silence has been the only response.

Partial bibliography

  • World Conquest in Instalments (1952);
  • The China Debate: Whom Shall We Believe? (1953);
  • Mind Murder in Mao-land (1953);
  • China is Red with Peasants’ Blood (1953);
  • Red Brother or Yellow Slave? (1953);
  • Communist Party of China: a Study in Treason (1953);
  • Conquest of China by Mao Tse-tung (1954);
  • Netaji and the CPI (1955);
  • CPI Conspire for Civil War (1955).
  • In Defense of Comrade Krishna Menon: (A Political Biography of Pandit Nehru) New Delhi: Bharati Sahitya Sadan, (1963).
  • Hindu Society under Siege (1981, revised 1992) ISBN 81-85990-67-0
  • The Story of Islamic Imperialism in India (1982; second revised edition 1994) ISBN 81-85990-23-9
  • How I Became a Hindu (1982, enlarged 1993) ISBN 81-85990-05-0
  • Defence of Hindu Society (1983, revised 1987) ISBN 81-85990-24-7
  • The Emerging National Vision (1983)
  • History of Heroic Hindu Resistance to Early Muslim Invaders (1984; 2001) ISBN 81-85990-18-2 (with a review of Ram Gopal’s Indian Resistance to Early Muslim Invaders Up to 1206 AD.)
  • Perversion of India’s Political Parlance (1984) ISBN 81-85990-25-5
  • Papacy, Its Doctrine and History (1986)
  • The Calcutta Quran Petition by Chandmal Chopra and Sita Ram Goel (1986, enlarged 1987 and again 1999) ISBN 81-85990-58-1
  • Sita Ram Goel, In Devendra Swarup, ed.: Politics of Conversion, DRI, Delhi 1986.
  • Muslim Separatism – Causes and Consequences (1987) ISBN 81-85990-26-3
  • Catholic Ashrams, Adapting and Adopting Hindu Dharma, edited by S.R. Goel (1988, enlarged 1994 with new subtitle: Sannyasins or Swindlers?) ISBN 81-85990-15-8
  • History of Hindu-Christian Encounters, AD 304 to 1996 (1989, enlarged 1996) ISBN 81-85990-35-2
  • Hindu Temples – What Happened to Them (1990 vol.1 ISBN 81-85990-49-2; 1991 vol.2 ISBN 81-85990-03-4, enlarged 1993)
  • Genesis and Growth of Nehruism (1993) (With a foreword by Philip Spratt, founder of the CPI)
  • Preface to Tipu Sultan – Villain or Hero (1993)
  • Jesus Christ: An Artifice for Aggression (1994)
  • Time for Stock-Taking (1997), (critical of the RSS and BJP)
  • Preface to the reprint of Mathilda Joslyn Gage: Woman, Church and State (1997, ca. 1880), (feminist critique of Christianity)
  • Vindicated by Time: The Niyogi Committee Report (edited by S.R. Goel, 1998), a reprint of the official report on the missionaries’ methods of subversion and conversion (1955)
  • Freedom of expression – Secular Theocracy Versus Liberal Democracy (1998, edited by Sita Ram Goel) ISBN 81-85990-55-7


  • Saikyularizm, Râshtradroha kâ Dûsrâ Nâm ("Secularism, another name for treason", 1985)
  • Samyak Sambuddha

Translations into Hindi

  • Satyakama Socrates (Three dialogues of Plato (Apology, Crito and Phaedo))
  • Victor Kravchenko: I Chose Freedom
  • Thomas Gray’s poem "Elegy…"
  • Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay: Ramayaner Alochona
  • The God that Failed, a testimony on Communism by Arthur Koestler, André Gide and others.
  • Ram Swarup’s Communism and Peasantry;
  • George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four.
  • The Great Rebel by Denis Kincaid. (Shaktiputra Shivaji) ISBN 81-85990-40-9
  • Taslima Nasrin. Lajja. Panchjanya, summer 1994