‘Snake in the Ganga’ smashes several myths about India, says Hosbole

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By Mihika Sharma

New Delhi, September 27: Rashtriya Swayam Sewak Sangh (RSS) general secretary Dattatreya Hosbole lauded author Rajiv Malhotra for his book ‘Snakes in the Ganga: Breaking India 2.0’, saying that he has sought to establish ‘Dharma over Adharma’.

Dattatreya on Monday evening released the book, which has been published by BlueOneInk. The book has been co-authored by Vijaya Viswanathan.

The book claims that a well-oiled international machinery is at work against the interests of India.

“Anti-Hindu agenda is being promoted in the country, which needs to be tackled with. Authors of the book have proved that India’s interest is uppermost and it will not be compromised,” said Hosbole on the occasion.

The RSS functionary noted that the authors are firmly connected with the Indian civilization and values of the Hindu philosophy.

“Authors have tried to shake the very fundamentals of the myths and tried to state truths with proofs,” said Hosbole, referring to the plank of the book, which claims that there are vested interests backed by the international interest groups who are working against India.

The 800 pages long book claims to unravel “uncomfortable truths concerning India’s vulnerabilities”.

The book was launched at the Chinmaya Mission. The BJP spokesperson Sudhanshu Trivedi, former nominated Rajya Sabha MP Swapan Das Gupta, senior journalist Anand Narasimhan and former BSF DG Prakash Singh attended the book launch function.

Swapan Das Gupta on the occasion said, “The book is a great service for our nation. Authors’ intellectual leadership make great impacts not only in India but worldwide also.”

The book ‘Snakes in the Ganga’ claims that it’s about possibilities of changing the course of a civilization. It also claims that the readers should introspect and take stands on issues that seek to weaken the country.

Authors also claimed that they wrote the book as a mission, while they had been working on it for years.

The book also takes critical views of some of the policies of the government such as the National Education Policy 2020, besides slamming the corporate for copying the western practices.

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