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Voice of India is a New Delhi (India) publishing house, supportive of Hindu nationalist sentiment and political ideology. It was founded by Ram Swarup in 1983 and later joined by Sita Ram Goel, who themselves published extensively under the label. It is notable for English language books by Arun Shourie, David Frawley, Shrikant Talageri, Francois Gautier, Harsh Narain, Subhash Kak, Koenraad Elst, N. S. Rajaram.Michael Witzel, 'Rama's Realm: Indocentric rewriting of early South Asian archaeology and history' in: Archaeological Fantasies: How Pseudoarchaeology Misrepresents the Past and Misleads the Public Routledge (2006), ISBN 0415305934, p. 205.

VOI has also published the official VHP evidence bundle in the book "History versus Casuistry, Evidence of the Ramajanmabhoomi Mandir".

Together with Aditya Prakashan, founded by Goel in 1963, it is alleged to be an outlet for the "revision of the Aryan migration theory", targeting an audience of expatriate Indians in the USA in particular.

According to his own statements, Goel's intention in creating his publishing house was to contradict in print, 'scientifically', the Indo-Aryan migration theory.<ref...
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