#HitlerAndIndia – Myths And Reality
A Masterclass by Vaibhav Purandare
For a long time, Indians have assumed that Adolf Hitler was a friend of the Indian people, and have also believed that he had extended wholehearted support to the cause of India’s freedom. But what’s the real story? In our first-ever Masterclass #HitlerAndIndia, author and journalist Vaibhav Purandare explodes the myths about Hitler’s outlook towards India, and explains Hitler’s racial philosophy and how he applied it to the Indian sub-continent. By exploring Hitler’s statements about India, the Indian people, Indian culture and Indian civilization, and narrating stories which he has unearthed during his research, he throws light on a totally neglected chapter of Indian history, and enriches your perspective and understanding of the past.
Venue: Khaki Lab, Fort, Mumbai
Duration: 2.5 hours
'Hitler And India' book will be available for sale during the event.
We request all the participants to wear masks and follow social distancing during the event
About the speaker
Vaibhav Purandare works as a senior editor with The Times of India, and is also the author of several books – ‘Savarkar: The True Story of the Father of Hindutva’, ‘Bal Thackeray and the Rise of the Shiv Sena’ and ‘Sachin Tendulkar: A Definitive Biography’. His latest book, ‘Hitler and India: The Untold Story Of His Hatred For The Country And Its People’, has been recently published by Westland Books.