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 November ’61 edition was published amid the time when India was harshly critical of Britain’s policy in Congo. M. A. Venkata Rao in, “Education and Nation Making,” emphasized the incorporation of a scientific educational system as the prevalent pathway to resolving problems of casteism, fanaticism, communalism existing in India then. M. N. Tholal in, “Conspiracy against Jana Sangh,” focused on the communal disturbances in the state of UP due to the negligence of Aligarh Muslim University amid the National Integration conference. K. P. Padmanabha in, “Indigenous Art Forms Of· Kerala: Velakali highlighted the tradition and heritage of the art form as India’s artistic notability. S. R. Narayana Ayyar, “The Tragic Plight Of Students,” highlighted the advent of corruption seeping through the educational administration back then. This edition covered several op-eds that orated the different scenarios of India. And further went on to capture important news headlines covering both national and worldly stands. The edition concluded with a book review on a socialist empire of the Incas.