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 October ’61 edition was published amid the time when India’s frontier policy failed. M. A.Venkata Rao in, “The Education Of The Electorate,” highlighted the strategy needed for winning the votes through the purview of the economic standing of the voters in order to maintain a national democratic stand. M. N. Tholal in, “The Belgrade Gradient,” emphasized the meeting established by 25 non-aligned countries in 1961 for persuading the American President and Russian Premier in establishing peace and harmony. A. Gopalakrishnamurthy in, “Nehru’s Amoralism,” focused on the Nehruvian policies and their unprecedented outcomes. Ann Michaelle in, “Eros,” focused on the sentiments in the prevailing religious practices of India. F. A Ridley in the article titled, “Atheism And· the Industrial Revolution,” pointed out the non-existence of free thought and rationalism in most religiously inspired agrarian countries. Julian W; Bournier in, “Divinely Inspired,” stressed the origin of religious inklings and its outcomes. The issue also contained the report of the humanist union, which accentuated the need for a stable foundation for India’s progress 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.