Sita Ram Goel

Sita Ram Goel (Sītā Rām Goyal) (1921–2003), writer and publisher in late twentieth century. He had Marxist leanings during the 1940s, but later became an outspoken anti-communist that also spoke negatively about Islam and Christianity. In his later career he emerged as a commentator on Indian politics, and adhered to Hindu nationalism.

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