About Us

Rashtra Jyoti is a humble tribute by Swati Goel Sharma and Sanjeev Newar to the vast legacy of countless role-models whose Tapasya has enlightened this Rashtra.

Why Rashtra Jyoti

Indians are being globally maligned as a people who are committing genocide of religious minorities and Dalits. This narrative recently got a big push when internationally well-known ‘activists’ endorsed atrocity literature penned by separatist organisations pretending to be fighting for the rights of Indian farmers.

Certain foreign publications routinely do biased, selective reporting to showcase only one group as victims and only one group as aggressors. Peddling this atrocity literature requires complete invisibilisation of victims from certain groups. Such victims are many and only increasing.

Rashtra Jyoti is an initiative to make those victims visible, get their voices heard and reach support to them. We stand for the unheard, invisibilised and defenseless who define the real India.

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Our Team

Swati Goel Sharma

Founder

Swati Goel Sharma is a journalist with close to 10 years of experience with India’s leading publications such as The Times of India and Hindustan Times. She writes mainly on issues concerning the deprived and marginalised groups, women and children. She is currently associated with Swarajya.

Sanjeev Newar

Founder

Sanjeev Newar is a Data Scientist. He is an alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati and the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta. He quit the corporate world to work for inclusion and protection of the vulnerable. He received Neelkantha award in 2019 for his social empowerment initiatives.

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