In most of these days, I was thinking one thing constantly. Are there the literary pieces which are but propaganda? It’s not a simple question because extensive research and evidence would be required to come to a concrete conclusion. And making things clearer, I am not including the works by historians, geologists, scientists and archaeologists which are mostly (7 out of 10 days) propaganda. Who can forget the great Aryan invasion treachery that the British and Indian propagandist historians have given to us? That’s why, let’s stick to something called literature in the truest possible sense – the works which we can classify as literary pieces – A Passage to India, The God of Small Things, Mac Flecknoe, 1984 and others – which are concrete literary productions. So, let’s get into some details and I will try my best to identify propaganda and literature and some instances where they are perfectly mingled.