Indian Libertarians are libertarians from the Indian subcontinent. Our goal is to promote discussions on liberty, freedom, ethics, economics, and property.
The term "Indian" implies that most of us are living in the Indian subcontinent and we will be focusing on political issues of that subcontinent. The term "Indian" does not imply Indian nationalism of any kind.
The term "Libertarian" implies that we wish to promote propertarian forms of libertarianism (whether left or right), except all entryist paleo forms. Some of the thinkers we take inspiration from are Murray Rothbard, Karl Hess, David Friedman, Benjamin Tucker, Lysander Spooner, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, and controversially Max Stirner.
ILDG stands for Indian Libertarians Discussion Group. It is our most active discussion community among others. Please visit our Communities page to find a social network of your choice. If you wish to participate more directly have a look at our Projects page.