The anti-colonialist newspaper, The Indian Sociologist was published by India House. Published in the early 20th century, The Indian Sociologist was an Indian nationalist journal with the subtitle ‘An Organ of Freedom, and Political, Social and Religious Reform’. This journal was termed as seditious by the British Raj and eventually, it banned this journal. Shyamji Krishnavarma was the editor of this journal from 1905 to 1914. Until May 1907 the journal was produced in London. Shyamji Krishnavarma moved to Paris and from June 1907 the journal was produced from Paris. The publication of this nationalist journal continued till the First World War in 1914. On account of the World War I Shyamji Krishnavarma moved to Geneva, Switzerland, but under the pressure from the Swiss government had to abandon the publication of the journal. The publication restarted in December 1920 and continued till September 1922.
India House was a nationalist organization that existed from 1905 to 1910. The India House was a student residence that was located at Cromwell Avenue in Highgate, North London. The main aim of India House was to promote nationalist views among the Indian students in Britain. Gradually, India House became a political hub where revolutionary Indian nationalism was promoted. Prominent Indian revolutionaries and nationalists such as Bhikaji Cama, Lala Har Dayal, P.M. Bapat, M.P.T. Acharya, V.N. Chatterjee, V.V.S. Aiyar, Vinayak Damodar Savarkar were part of this India House. One of the notable revolutionary incidences of India House was the assassination of Sir W. H. Curzon Wyllie by Madan Lal Dhingra (a member of the India House) in 1909. A large Victorian Mansion opened as student-hostel, the India House was inaugurated on 1st July 1905 by Henry Hyndman. The inauguration was attended by Charlotte Despard, Bikaji Cama and Dadabhai Naoroji. India House also served as the headquarters of several organizations. The Indian Home Rule Society was the first organization whose headquarter was the India House.