Dr. Sudhindra Bose, one of the early Bengali intellectuals in the United States and a professor of Oriental politics at the University of Iowa, wrote comprehensively on British colonialism in India, western imperialism in the world, and the position of the Indians in American society, as well on his own expectations of support and help from America in the Indian struggle for independence. Keeping the limited nature of early Indian-American diasporic literature in mind, in this chapter, I have reflected mainly on the writings of Bose to reveal the challenges of diasporic nationalist consciousness faced at a level of political integration. While fighting for the citizenship rights of Indians in America, Bose successfully articulated his desire to become part of American society. The chapter concludes by acknowledging the world-view of Bose as one of the early initiatives of integrating two unfamiliar boundaries for the interest of a transnational political culture.