Eminent Hindu Warrior, Dr Babu Suseelan Passes Away

By HK published on June 10, 2019

At a time when Malayali Hindus residing in USA shied away from voicing anything even remotely related to Hindutva, Dr Babu Susheelan made an indelible mark by making bold utterances about Sanatana Dharma, it’s veracity, greatness and divinity at every possible occasion and platform on the American soil. Dr Babu Susheelan had carved a niche for himself by resorting to extreme fortitude when it came to any bold articulation on Sanatana Dharma and sharp criticism against those who voiced against it. In fact those who had donned the secular garb found it most difficult refute or combat his views.

And for these very reasons, Many in America had bestowed upon him, the synonym of hard- core, fundamentalist Hindu. However, Dr Babu Susheelan had never felt the need in altering these appellations. Instead he plunged into all kinds of activities that served in strengthening the cause he had undertaken.

Having placed the Rashtreeya Swayamsevak Sangh at the loftiest of places in his very being, Dr Babu Susheelan served as Bauddhik Pramukh of Sangh, amongst other positions and responsibilities. During the agitation in Ayodhya, he had undertaken and spearheaded various activities of Viswa Hindu Parishad as well.

Babu Suseelan, also served as the Director of Indian American Intellectuals Forum, New York. Chairperson of The Interfaith Coalition, New York. Dr.Babu Suseelan’s career has included as a University Professor, Psychologist, Addiction Treatment and Criminogenic Specialist. He is the author of several published articles on Hinduism, Jihad, Islamic terrorism, Criminal Mind and Cognitive Restructuring.

Dr Babu Suseelan was not only a regular columnist for Haindava Keralam but our source of inspiration and guidance.

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  1. Ram Reply

    June 10, 2019 at 2:43 am

    Om shanti

  2. Dr Aron Reply

    June 16, 2019 at 6:51 pm



    It Was Dr Babu Suseelan who started Haindavakeralam.
    He first has some problems with memory.

    “iam leaving the key in the car and forgetting to close the door…;
    Iam afraid if this could be Alzheimer’s disease”
    I asked him to take a MRI and CT.
    He then sent me report.
    At that time it was only provisional diagnosis.
    He said “Iam afraid I will end up forgetting everything and even who Iam…aron I dont want to go through that..”

    I didnt know what to say. Such a Great Man.
    How can life be so cruel?
    He wanted to come to India and live in its spiritual centers.

    But soon he was unable to even write..

    Then a big silence.

    And this…
    I know this breaks our hearts.

    There is really nothing to say than just cry in silence.

  3. Vijayalakshmi Reply

    July 18, 2019 at 5:08 pm

    I knew Dr.Babu Suseelan from the time of his marriage to my friend Dr.Rajeswari in Chennai many years ago. After that I lost touch and then after many decades, he contacted me after reading something I posted on HK! We renewed our correspondence, he visited my home in Chennai when he came to India. My friend Rajeswari had pre-deceased him. I knew they had 2 daughters. His commitment to the Hindu Cause was exemplary! Again I lost touch with him. I heard that he was ill. I asked many people for info about him, but in vain. It ‘s only by chance that I clicked HK today, and sadly I happened to see his Obituary and tributes to a truly committed Hndu warrior! My heartfelt pranaams to his memory! Om Shanthi! – Dr.G.Vijayalakshmi

  4. christianrdevils Reply

    July 26, 2019 at 10:34 am

    Very Sad, it happened when India and specially Kerala Native Hindus needed him most. Kerala is dying. The Syrians, Portuguese and Arab-Turks have it in their Draculan hold. With Kerala giving a lease to that Italian White skinned Klannist Xtian fascist Pig Raul Vinci and her White skinned Italian cannibalistic mother who is conducting the bloodlusty Xtian cannibalistic rituals on Hindus, vide the running dogs of Vatican,Italy and China, the red pigs, its over for native Hindu Keralites. The cost for putting trust on the Ethiopian tribal Nagas called Dumeels fake dravidanism and Commies

  5. Sutopa Barma Reply

    September 15, 2019 at 9:20 am

    Om santi.
    Its a huge loss.

  6. Dr. M. P. Ajith Kumar Reply

    October 28, 2019 at 9:25 am

    Babu Chettan was a strong outstanding Hindu nationalist who called a spade a spade. He never backtracked from telling truths as such. I am fortunate in that I got the opportunity to give an introductory talk to his book on the problems of Hindus at its releasing function at Sanskriti Bhavan, Thiruvananthapuram. It was Babu Chettan who made me write in Haindavakeralam. Salutations to the noble soul.

  7. Rajkumar Reply

    July 4, 2020 at 3:21 pm

    Very Sad News.
    Such a lovely person, still remember the days i spent with him, nearly for a year all lunches i had with him, and many dinners together in his Harrisburg house. We Used to cook together.
    Lot of stories from all the discussions we had about life, philosophy, saints, hindutuva, he was like a guru to me, changed so many things in me.
    Used to tell stories about his friends Kalakaumudi owner, Murali Manohar Joshiji, US governors, indian leaders.
    Even he introduced me to many of his friends, i was just in my 20s, that shows his love for me.
    Good old days, all incidents coming to mind, disturbing, driven his 80’s red camry, 99 new camry many times.
    Moved many of his old articles from his disk based old computer to internet.

    His role in Ayodhya was so important. If former PA governor Tom Ridge became the president, Babu sir would have played a big role in DC in indian relations.

    sir, you will be always with me, in my thoughts, in my heart.
    I am still keeping certain things you gifted to me 20 years back.
    love, love, love.

    Sw. Raaj Neeravo

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