Our Vision & Mission

Our Vision is to promote Nationalism among each and every Proud Bhartiya so that the Sanatani values, which is the only guarantee of peace, love and preservation of our nature, be infused in the present generation that would be inherited by the posterity.

Our Mission is to bring the Truth of our distorted history and present before our ignorant generation the glorious culture and heritage to be proud about.

From our Channel WSPK [We Support Pushpendra Kulshreshtha]

Prof. Kapil Kumar

Prof Kapil Kumar is currently a Senior Fellow at Nehru Memorial Museum & Library, New Delhi. He superannuated as Director Centre for Freedom Struggle and Diaspora Studies and Chairperson, Faculty of History at Indira Gandhi National Open University. He was the Chief Historian for 4 Museums built in Red Fort recently on 1857, Jalianwala Bagh, Azad Hind Fauj & Netaji, Azadi Kai Diwanai: One Museum at National Library Kolkata on Icons of Nationalism from Soil of Bengal and One at Jalianwala, in Amritsar.

He has done scripts for 2 Sound and Light shows recently. One at Red Fort Delhi and other at Jalianwala Bagh, Amritsar.

He has more than 46 years of research and teaching experience,

He held for 2 years the Indian Chair at University of West Indies, Port of Spain and was a visiting professor at the universities of Catania, Italy and Monash University, Australia. He has presented papers in several international conferences in Hague, Quebec, Suriname, Portugal, Greece, England, Australia, Russia and others.

He has been a member of the Press Council of India and many other national bodies like:
  • Sr. Fellow, Nehru Memorial Museum & Library, New Delhi
  • Chief Historian 4 Museums at the Red Fort, New Delhi
  • Principal Trustee of O.U.S.R.H.H.
  • Former Director, Centre for Freedom Struggle & Diaspora Studies, IGNOU
  • Chairperson, Faculty of History, School of Social Sciences
  • Former Director, School of Tourism & Hospitality Services Management, IGNOU, New Delhi, India
He has published 5 books, the latest on Netaji, Azad Hind Sarkar & Fauj, and more than 50 research papers and articles. Often, one sees him in TV debates of different channels, both as a historian and a political analyst on contemporary issues.