Revised thoroughly, with new factoids addedWith re-written sections affected by current changes in the Indian sociopolitical scenarioRatan Sharda, a former ERP consultant, is a full-time writer, columnist, TV panellist and a public speaker on sociopolitical issues. With a PhD on the RSS, he has authored six titles on the organisation. His other areas of interest include technology, history, and political and social issues. He is associated with several educational and social organisations.With a widespread network of thousands of local branches and millions of volunteers, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's (RSS) presence and influence are formidable. It has long been acknowledged that the best way to know the RSS is to join it. Perhaps, this is why there is very little literature on how it functions. As a senior member who has managed various responsibilities in the RSS over the years, Ratan Sharda reveals the supposedly secret world of this volunteer organisation. He presents a comprehensive view of the Sangh's philosophy, its workings and its humungous reach across India through various organisations inspired by it in a simple and easy-flowing manner, sprinkled with interesting anecdotes. His style is refreshingly unconventional and he responds to controversial issues candidly. Since the publication of the first edition in 2018, the Indian sociopolitical landscape has seen unprecedented changes-the nullification of Article 370, the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, the building of Ram Mandir and many such events. All these comprised the action points of the RSS, which have been pursued diligently over years. These changes have been landmarks, altering Indian society and the social narrative decisively. This updated and refreshed version examines these changes. RSS 360º is a compelling read, unveiling the workings of this organisation and analysing its multidimensional contributions to Indian society, nation-building and politics.RSS 360º is an insider account of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, presenting a comprehensive discussion of its philosophy, formal structure, vision and enormous contribution to the sociopolitical life of India.