In depth exploration of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar's beliefs, ideologies, contributions and experiences in this illuminating series of episodes with Uday Mahurkar
Explore what Savarkar’s hindutva actually meant, why did he join Hindu Mahasabha. Why did he reject the offer of joining congress offered to him by Subhas Bose himself?
What was Mitra Mela turned out to be a larger organisation later renamed to Abhinav Bharat, which gave birth to a number of revolutionaries who played a pivotal part in their revolutionary activities.
Discover the actual reason as to why Savarkar went to London, was he there to just become a barrister, or did he have a bigger motive in his mind? What actually was the famous India House of London?
Watch how Abhinav Bharat’s revolutionary Anant Kanhere and his colleagues assassinated the then collector of Nashik, Arthur Jackson.
Was Savarkar just a political figure, a revolutionary, or was there more to know about the man?
Explore the narrative of Veer Savarkar’s infamous arrest at the Port of Marseilles. Was his arrest a just action done by the French authorities or did they do a major blunder?
Why is Savarkar defamed in the current political scenario? Is the defamation just, or are people really left uneducated about his mercy petitions? Watch what his mercy petitions actually meant.
Discover the lesser known facts of Savarkar whilst his time in confinement at the infamous Cellular jail and what kind of activities he did while jailed, the kind of social activities he did like abolishing casteism, organising inter-caste dinners.
Uncover Savarkar’s plans for national security. What plans did he have for safeguarding the nation and the strategic wisdom he imparted. The man who always kept the nation first regardless of religious problems in the country.
Explore the reason why savarkar believed in Unapologetic Hindutva. The hindu manifesto in which he mentioned, in Free India, all religions and castes will enjoy equal benefits and equal rights in the country. Know what his hindutva actually meant.
Dive into Savarkar’s journey of becoming the president of Hindu Mahasabha in 1939 after becoming free of all shackles of confinement.
Why did Savarkar encourage the Hindu youth to join the army and serve in World War 2? Was he really helping the British Raj or did he have some other motive behind it?
Explore the reason behind Savarkar’s statement to see cow’s only as animals and not as a worshipping idol.
Discover on why did Savarkar think that the principle of Gandhian Non-violence has damaged the country’s immune system. Watch the allegations of his part in the Gandhi Murder case and what kind of consequences it had on Savarkar.
Watch how savarkar had reminded the nation to adopt the vision of his national policy and strategic importance, but failed to do so. Savarkar had suggested the idea of Bharat being a nuclear power in 1952 but was rejected by Nehru.
Savarkar had portrayed the idea of becoming a Vishwaguru in the shortest possible period. Is Bharat of present adopting his policy and vision of becoming a Vishwaguru in the current scenario?