The Indian Righteousness is about theoretical patterns of the way Indians define righteousness in their family and social life, politics, democracy, development issues and rationality in present times. Literary and intellectual in style, it is an exposé of Indian society in post-liberalization and post-globalization times, locating the way Indians address ethical conflicts, including the fever in current times. By attempting to overcome the anxiety of right and wrong, it says that the context-sensitive way of deciding right and wrong, which is the broad tone of flexible Indian ethics, is not certainly adequate to explain the many behaviours of righteousness noticed in modern times, and so the author advocates for new social doctrines to explain satisfactorily many issues of conflicts in morality. Though theoretical in style, the author takes too a position of praxis by enriching many understandings through discovery of delicate social, political patterns reflected in interesting artistic illustrations in the book and expressed on top of every chapter. An interesting book for Indians in face of conflicting positions of action in society, it may be useful for others having inclination to understand Indian society and for some issues ,which are universal like development philosophy, rationality, spirituality, and democracy though analyzed in Indian situations.