Author

Rashmi Samant is an emerging young leader with fire and drive. She scripted history by becoming the first Bharatiya female president of the Oxford University Student Union. She often appears on national television debates, occasionally writes columns for prominent national dailies, and is a vocal human rights advocate for marginalized indigenous communities. Her impactful work involves collaborating with the media, think tanks, and governments. Samant’s most notable contributions to global peace include presenting in the British Parliament a comprehensive report on human rights violation against majorities. She runs a non-profit foundation called ATMAH. Her debut book, A Hindu in Oxford, became a bestseller within hours of its release. Rashmi wears many hats. Besides being a thought leader, she is an entrepreneur and the executive director of Punarnava.

Rashmi Samant

Rashmi Samant is an emerging young leader with fire and drive. She scripted history by becoming the first Bharatiya female president of the Oxford University Student Union. She often appears on national television debates, occasionally writes columns for prominent national dailies, and is a vocal human rights advocate for marginalized indigenous communities. Her impactful work involves collaborating with the media, think tanks, and governments. Samant’s most notable contributions to global peace include presenting in the British Parliament a comprehensive report on human rights violation against majorities. She runs a non-profit foundation called ATMAH. Her debut book, A Hindu in Oxford, became a bestseller within hours of its release. Rashmi wears many hats. Besides being a thought leader, she is an entrepreneur and the executive director of Punarnava.

Author's books

Ram Janmabhoomi

A civilization that forgets its struggles is condemned to repeat its mistakes and spiral into a self-destructive cycle. The battles for freedom and the resistance against occupation and atrocities all too often recede from collective memory, overshadowed by the weight of oppression and systematically orchestrated efforts, to erase the Hindu identity through manipulated narratives. The sacred geography of Bharat, the cradle of Hindu dharma and the ancestral home of the Hindu people, has borne witness to relentless invasions, leaving scars on the collective psyche.

 

The Ram Janmabhoomi movement stands as a poignant testament to the devastation inflicted upon the roots of Hindu civilization and the arduous battle to reclaim it. In an era dominated by weaponized narratives, where the perpetrators of atrocities are romanticized as victims and the victims are crowned as oppressors, this book reminds of the facts and the inconvenient truths—of the blood, sweat and tears that many Hindus shed in fighting the good fight. It is a call to ensure that every Hindu born in an age, removed from those trials and tribulations, never forgets the sacrifices made by those who went before them. For if we forget, we are complicit in normalizing the obliteration of our great civilization.