The fortnightly journal titled Indian Libertarian was founded in 1954 by Indian liberal, Ranchhoddas Bhuvan Lotwala, and edited by his daughter Kusum R Lotwala. The first April ’60 edition was published amid the time the Supreme Court of India took charge of the matter of transfer of Indian Territory as per the Nehru-Noon agreement and featured several articles that shed light on the Indian scenario then. M.A Venkata Rao in, “Containing Red China” emphasized the formulation of policies to curtail the challenge of Chinese aggression on Indian borders. M.N Tholal in, “The silver lining,” emphasized the importance of the immediate change in India’s foreign policy then. The article titled, “Free thought and politics,” focused on the Indian state of affairs and the need for rational principles to foster developments. A.D Cohen in, “This infamy of caste,” highlighted the inklings of the Hindu society. J. Vijayatuaga in, “Whose fascist baby are you,” emphasized the disintegration of societies and values after the two world wars and India’s state for the future. Bernard Iddings Bell in,” A short history of politics,” highlighted the shifts in societies the revolution brought in the evolution of authoritarian changes around. The excerpt titled, “Kurukshetra against Congress,” has several op-eds that focused on the rise of the Swatantra Party, the need for more libertarians parties, and their merger, the raging corruption in India then, and economization of productivity. The edition captured important news headlines covering both nation and worldly stands. Lastly, it concluded with book reviews that highlighted the history of the Soviet collective farms.