THE RUNAWAY BESTSELLER FROM ONE OF KANNADA LITERATURE’S TALLEST FIGURES
What is the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh? Where is it steering India now that a party aligned to it has been in power for an extended period? And importantly, what does it believe in, what does it reject? These are only some of the questions that Devanura Mahadeva explores in this remarkable exposition that marries mythology with modernity and folklores with keen political insight. With characteristic humour, he urges readers: ‘When the Koogu Maaris of the RSS arrive at our doors, we should refuse to heed them. Like our people in the villages, we must write “Naale baa” (Come tomorrow) on our doors.’ A tract unlike any other, RSS is both a political call to action and a work of outstanding virtuosity.