The title Truth is Indestructible is a translation of a Hindi proverb: साँच को आँच नहीं . The proverb translates literally as “Fire cannot destroy the truth”. (The phrase "Truth is Indestructible" also appears in the English language correspondence of Swami Vivekananda.)
Stuart chose it because it complements one of the book’s central themes: truth persists, refusing to submit to the lies and evasions of those for whom the truth is uncomfortable.
The concept of truth is central to Indian culture. It is therefore natural that India’s national motto is सत्यमेव जयते, a Sanskrit quotation from the Mundaka Upanishad meaning “Truth alone triumphs” or “Truth alone prevails”.