Saint Nihal Singh, "Dry" America: An Object-Lesson to India
Published in Madras in 1921, St. Nihal Singh's "Dry" America: An Object-Lesson to India is a study of prohibition in the United States. Singh writes in favor of prohibition, claiming that such policies would mean "greater individual and national efficiency" for India. Much of the study, however, tracks the infractions that came out of prohibition.
Saint Nihal Sing, "Opportunity in India and America" (March 1908)
An article by Saint Nihal Singh (misspelled as "Sing") in the March 1908 Hindustan Review on the industrial character of Americans. Singh writes that Americans are essentially an "industrial and commercial people," and that the laboring class earns a certain amount of social privilege in the U.S.
The Negro In America: Colour Not The Coin That Buys Success
Essay by Saint Nihal Singh published in the Hindustan Review titled "The Negro in America: Colour Not the Coin That Buys Success." Singh briefly discusses the slave trade, and the efforts by African Americans to create institutions of education. Singh also quotes from Booker T. Washington.
As An Indian Sees America -- I: The Yellow Ad-Man
Part one of a series in the Hindustan Review titled "As An Indian Sees America," written by Saint Nihal Sing. Sing opens by claiming that this series attempts to portray life in the U.S. that has not been portrayed to Indians, "things that appeal to the ludicrous side of an Indian traveller." Specifically, he discusses the advertising industry in the U.S.