India Foundation organized a Symposium on ‘India’s Nationalist Traditions’ on July 22-23, 2023, in Udaipur, Rajasthan. The Keynote Address for the symposium was delivered by Hon’ble Minister of External Affairs of India, Dr. S. Jaishankar. The Hon’ble Minister highlighted the global appeal of Indian traditions of cultural nationalism and pluralism. The Introductory and Closing Remarks were delivered by Mananiya Dattatreya Hosabale, Sarkaryavah, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Ma. Dattatreya Ji also presided over all the sessions of the symposium, and contributed significantly through his deep insights and valuable interventions. The symposium was chaired by Shri Swapan Dasgupta, Former Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha, and Member, Governing Council, India Foundation. The sessions were also moderated by Dr. Ram Madhav, President, India Foundation. The Symposium witnessed an active dialogue among 27 eminent personalities, including academicians, thinkers, ideologues, and young scholars. The symposium served as a crucial platform to brainstorm over the evolution and trajectory of Indian nationalism, and to deliberate on the futuristic visions that it can provide for both the Indian nation and the world. As a part of the initiative to positively engage with the global intellectual frameworks of nationalism, the symposium also had the active participation of Dr. Yoram Hazony, Israeli philosopher and Chairman, Edmund Burke Foundation, and Mr. Walter Russell Mead, Ravenel B. Curry III Distinguished Fellow in Strategy and Statesmanship, Hudson Institute.