In this essay, the author is trying to answer the question: is there a political possibility of existence of a humanist as an anti-national humanist? Being a humanist, the author has high respect for human dignity, which he finds getting compromised in the nationalist violence. He wonders if it is possible for humanists like doctors to not become the externalities of nationalism labeling the blood in saffron, green, red, black, and white! He elaborates on the strategies of nationalists, the attributes of anti-national humanist existence, and the lessons from the past, to make out his case. Whether he has succeeded or not is for the readers to decide.