In Golwalkar's “We, or Our Nationhood Defined” (1939) asks Hindus to fight the British. Referring to the British as “new foe” of Hindus, Golwalkar notes how the British were able to conquer India with the help of native traitors. But that Hindu nation did not succumb and raised itself in 1857 to fight British. Golwalkar then applauds the freedom fighters of India like Lala Lajpat Rai, Bipin Chandra Pal for “fighting British”. He says the fight is still on. There might be setbacks but the war shall go on. Golwalkar urges Hindus to strike down the British enemy's hosts.