- Layman’s Questions About Churchill
- Churchill’s Greatness — Exploding Freedom: An Indian Perspective.
- Clinton in India
- Indian Political Humor
- First Lady President
- Ultimate Defense Against Impeachment
- Maharana Pratap 16th century King of Mewar – hero of India: Battle of Haldighati
Inder Dan Ratnu a writer, poet, cartoonist, agriculturist, banker, and a scientist.
Born in a peasant family to poor parents in a village called Barath Ka Gaon near to Pokaran in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan, a western State of India, he served for 23 years as an officer in the Bank of India.
Brilliant and meritorious in his studies, Inder Dan Ratnu stood as one of the toppers throughout his academic career.
Belonging to a local bard community called Charan or Gadhvi, he has a natural inclination in letters and words.
He developed a good interest in history, politics, languages, literature, poetry, and writing.
Improving his English and expanded the horizons of his knowledge through constantly hearing BBC radio and watching the BBC TV channel.
His interest grew over the years in world events and American politics.
But a great turn in his life’s interest came when he stumbled upon an odd book titled Great War Speeches, which was a collection of Winston Churchill’s speeches. He then studied the life of Churchill and even his written work Second World War. He has since been lecturing on “Churchill & Freedom” at various venues and among different audiences, specifically schools and colleges. A good number of pieces of the best war speeches of Churchill are at the command of Ratnu’s memory.
Subsequently, he authored four books, two on Winston Churchill. In the Finest Hour journal of The Churchill Center, Washington, USA, he has been acknowledged as the only writer of India since 1944 who has authored two books on Churchill.
He has the privilege of getting personal compliments of five American Presidents and as many British PMs for his first book on Churchill.
He also wrote two books on current American politics with a futuristic angle.
Ratnu also served in the late eighties as private secretary to the late
Mr. B K Gadhvi, a union minister in the cabinet of late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.
The author’s works on American politics are not based upon “institutional” but “intuitional” knowledge following a long study of the subject matter and the characters involved.
His earlier writings on American politics have been vindicated in the past by the real events. A number of things visualized in First Lady President came true in the US presidential election including the author’s instinctive premonition that the book could in fact “influence” a presidential election since Obama used it to defeat Hillary Clinton in primaries and then to win the presidential election.
Inder Dan Ratnu is a maverick author . His narratives have been put down with a characteristic boldness, fearlessness and with a profound grasp of the issues. Articulate and honest, he can be considered as one of the most imaginative authors in the field of modern political fiction in India.
The Ultimate Defense, is a science fiction/alternate history treatment of the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal which he wrote during the scandal in attempt to convince President Clinton to come clean with Congress and the American people about his behavior.
“Inder Dan Ratnu also speaks in Hindi about Maharana Pratap a sixteenth century King of Mewar – hero of India and on the ‘Battle of Haldighati’ fought by him in 1576. Perhaps Ratnu is the only speaker about this specific subject with a typical Charan style recitation of prose and poetry making it an inspiring, fascinating delivery.”