An Undertaking of S.D.College (Lahore) Ambala Cantt

“I have always been an avid reader of Rajiv Malhotra’s column and books. This is a book which will long be cherished by rational elements among the Indian and Western Indologists.”


Emeritus professor of South Asian Archaeologist, Cambridge University.

“I welcome this debate that Rajiv Malhotra has brought out into the open about the status of Sanskrit studies in the world, including in particular it’s homeland India. This book should trigger a discussion on scientific qualities of Sanskrit, in particular the tradition emphasis on empiricism, and on the similarities and difference between Indian and western approaches to knowledge.”


Eminent aerospace scientist and recipient of Padma Vibhushan

“This book rips through fortress of Americal Indology and exposes the prevailing and hegemonic discourse of the west.”


former rector the professor of English and Sanskrit studies, Javaharlal Nehnu University. Chief editor encyclopaedia of Hinduism, chief editor, encyclopaedia of Indian poetics

“This books make excellent reading and uses a analytical method to compare the rival positions of Western and traditional Indian camps. The author has done a yeoman’s service by providing a critique of the scholars who has hijacked the contemporary discourse on Sanskrit Language, Literature and culture.”


member of the central advisory board of education, Government of India, former president, association of Indian universities; former wise chancellor, kevi kulaguru kalidas Sanskrit University, Maharashtra