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Here are a few works of fiction by Indian authors that definitely need to The plot of the book, Anand's first, revolves around the argument for. Here is a list of 15 of the best novels by Indian authors that everyone best Indian authors have produced some gems of books in English that. Take a browse through these 11 Indian books by authors that all Acclaimed Indian author Kamala Markandaya's debut novel, Nectar in a.


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Books shelved as indian-fiction: The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy, The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga, 2 States: Arundhati Roy (Goodreads Author). When I was in class 9 and 10 I use to read lots of books especially fiction books by indian author, here are the best fiction books written by. Tanaz Bhatena's critically-acclaimed novel follows the smart 16 year-old The book shows the reality of rural India, of small minds, suffocating.

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Behind The Beautiful Forevers: The book was adapted into a play by David Hare in Written in , this novel looks back to Delhi in the s, drawing a vivid picture of Muslims living in old Delhi during that era. Impoverished girl Roop is pleased to learn she is to become the second wife of a wealthy Sikh landowner and hopes she can become friends with his older wife, Satya.

Their relationship turns out to be far more complex than she had thought. India After Gandhi: An insightful look at modern day India, this historical book gives a lucid account of how the largest democracy in the world continues to thrive. On some occasions, we earn revenue if you click the links and buy the products, but we never allow this to bias our coverage.

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John Rentoul. Chuka Ummuna. Shappi Khorsandi. Gina Miller. Our view. Their life gets infected by unexpected events and they are being tortured and blamed for every misfortune. The novel also holds wider stories of the political events that shape the state, their parents and relatives. This heart-aching story will definitely keep you hooked till the end and leave you searching for more! The book follows three generations of a Parsi family living in modern Mumbai.

The book is both about family matters and why family matters. It is an honest exploration of family life. An exquisite novel that gives you an insight into the incredible importance of family. Over the course of seven nights in the story, Balram tells us the terrible and transfixing story of how he came to be a success in life—having nothing but his own wits to help him along. Clearly one of the best novels by Indian authors in English, this book is full of thought-provoking insights and wits.

One of the most beautiful story you will ever read. This book not only pleases the reader with a beautiful relationship between a grandfather and his grandson but it also successfully manages to weave a tale of intense and pure love and friendship between grandpa and Rohini, both of whom are amazing souls.

The story is based on actual historical events and narrated by the chief protagonist of the story, Saleem Sinai, at the time he lives with the newborn nation. The way Rushdie gives the account of the fictional events keeping the actual historical events intact is really amazing.

This novel is surely one of the greatest novels by Indian authors of all time! It was also awarded the Booker of Bookers Prize in and The Best of Booker Prize in to celebrate the 25th and the 40th anniversary of Booker Prize respectively!

This book exposes the changes in Indian society from independence in to the Emergency called by Indian Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi. This magnificent novel, though a fictitious story, captures all the cruelty and corruption, dignity and heroism of India.

This novel is a rendition of the world-famous Indian epic, the Mahabharat, as told from the point of view of an amazing woman — Draupadi Panchaali. This heart-tearing story is based on the real events in a fictional town of Mano Majra. The story shows how the brotherhood of two major communities was replaced by hatred overnight, triggered by the communal violence that erupted with the partition of India and Pakistan on a religious basis.

The Hungry Tide, set amidst the lush foliage of mangrove forests, tells us about the history and lives of people who inhabit the numerous islands of Sunderbans in the Bay of Bengal. It tells us about the river dolphins, the man-eater tigers of the tide country, the sea and the legends that float in these waters and forests. Mariam Khanam says: March 20, at March 21, at March 22, at 9: March 21, at 9: Maruf Aman says: May 4, at 7: May 4, at 3: Leave Your Comments Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

The Guide is a novel written in English by the Indian author R. Malgudi Days is a collection of short stories by R. Untouchable was inspired by Anand's aunt's experience when she had a meal with a Muslim woman and was treated as an outcast by his family.

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Train to Pakistan recounts the Partition of India in August A list of Ruskin Bond's Best Books. Between and , Satyajit Ray wrote a total of 35 Feluda stories, featuring the master sleuth Pradosh C. The Autobiography of an Unknown Indian is an astonishing work of self-discovery.

The God of Small Things is a story about the childhood experiences of fraternal twins Esthappen and Rahel, whose lives are destroyed by the "Love Laws" that are laid down by the society. The Inheritance of Loss follows the journey of Biju, an illegal immigrant in the US who is trying to make a new life; and Sai, an Anglicised Indian girl living with her grandfather in India. A Suitable Boy is set in a newly post-independence, post-partition India.

At the heart of the story of Sea of Poppies is a vast ship, the Ibis. Narcopolis is about the lives of a few people, bound together by a common passion — Opium, and about Bombay, in a way we have never heard of before. The Great Indian Novel is a satirical novel by Shashi Tharoor which takes the story of the Mahabharata and recasts and resets it in the context of the Indian Independence Movement and the first three decades post-independence.

Fasting, Feasting is the story of a family living in a small town in India, where provincial customs and attitudes dictate the future of all children: A gripping family chronicle, The House of Blue Mangoes spans nearly half a century and three generations of the Dorai family as they search for their place in a rapidly changing society. Vanity Bagh is about the life of a boy from the minority community. Early India explores India's past quite vividly, helping readers to visualize the formation of a nation and how it grew and flourished over generations.

History of Medieval India studies an interesting period in Indian history - 8th to the 18th century - when the land underwent drastic changes and was deeply influenced by the invading armies, religious movements, and the changing political, economic and cultural scene. From Plassey to Partition is an eminently readable account of the emergence of India as a nation.

In India's War , historian Srinath Raghavan paints a compelling picture of battles abroad and of life on the home front, arguing that the war is crucial to explaining how and why colonial rule ended in South Asia.

Himalayan Blunder dealt with the causes, consequences and aftermath of the Sino-Indian War of , that ended in Chinese People's Liberation Army inflicting a defeat on India. What Happened to Netaji talks about the controversy surrounding the death of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and lights the factual position with regard to the air crash theory. In this explosive book, An Era of Darkness , bestselling author Shashi Tharoor reveals with acuity, impeccable research, and trademark wit, just how disastrous British rule was for India.

The Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda is an 8-volume set and contains all the books, lecture, discussions, prose, poetry, and letters written by Swami Vivekananda, a spiritual teacher who introduced Hindu philosophies such as Vedanta and Yoga to the Western world. Originally published in the year , this book is an abridged English retelling of Vyasa's Mahabharata.

Yajnaseni makes a determined effort for a balanced portrayal of the epic character of Draupadi and brings to the surface the broader and deeper aspects of her mind that lay submerged in the majestic sweep of the grand Mahabharata.

Ashok K. The Taj Mahal Trilogy is a woman-centric tale of power, passion and love. Zelaldinus is a fictional story which involves the great Mughal Emperor Akbar, and a current generation tourist Irv. The Shiva Trilogy is on a radical idea that all Gods were once human beings; it was their deeds in the human life that made them famous as Gods. Anand Neelakantan's Asura: The Palace of Illusions is a rendition of the Hindu epic Mahabharata as told from Draupadi's viewpoint, namely, that of a woman living in a patriarchal world.

Thundergod is the story of Indra, born of a prophetic union between the Earth Goddess Gaia and Daeyus, chief of the Devas. The Kishkindha Chronicles re-imagines the ancient prehistory of India from a startlingly new perspective that will make us rethink what it means to be human and animal.

Not all love stories are meant to have a perfect ending. This is Not Your Story follows the story of 4 youngsters — Shaurya, Miraya, Anubhav and Kasturi, and how they tackle their problems and conquer life. The Girl of My Dreams is the story of Daman who suffers a memory lapse after he wakes up from a coma following a car accident. Sorry, You're Not My Type is the story of one of the reputed Delhi based college music band, VAYU - Vikrant, Anamika and Yuvi, and they will make you believe 'When your passion and purpose is greater than your fears, you find a way to overcome them'.

Those Pricey Thakur Girls , set in , revolves around the Thakur family of Hailey Road, which includes Justice Laxminarayan, his wife and their five daughters who are named alphabetically — Anjini, Binodini, Chandrakanta, Debjani and Eshwari.

Just Married, Please Excuse is the story of a young couple, a quick-tempered big-city girl and a laidback desi boy, who must learn to adjust to married life and to each other with a little help from their idiosyncratic staff, Zarreena and Vinod, their nutty friend Vivi and, of course, their respective families. A Half-Baked Love Story unfolds a candid narration by a love-struck, dumbstruck and spellbound guy, Aarav, who confesses every last detail of his love story to his drunkard friends on a new year night.

Spy in Amber , first published in , is set during the time when tensions between India and China were at its peak. Sacred Games draws the reader deep into the life of Inspector Sartaj Singh, and into the criminal underworld of Ganesh Gaitonde, the most wanted gangster in India.

In the early thirties, a detective by the name of Byomkesh Bakshi made an unobtrusive entry into the world of Bengali fiction.

If God Was A Banker revolves around two management graduates who are in the rat race for success.

In Murder in a Minute , when a young woman is found lifeless in a pool of her own blood, everyone is convinced that it is her college sweetheart who murdered her. Marry Me, Stranger is the story of Rivanah Bannerjee, a young and independent girl living alone in Mumbai.

In Patang , a man is found brutally murdered, his body posed like a kite on the tallest cell tower in the city. Late one November night, the mutilated corpse of a young Finnish tourist is found in a public garden in Pune. A Cut Like Wound begins on the first night of Ramadan when a young male prostitute is killed and burnt alive.

Professor Shonku is a fictional scientist created by Satyajit Ray in a series of Bengali science-fiction books published from The Devourers is set during the reign of the Mughal Empire in the seventeenth century and extends to modern India.

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Combining fantasy with the rich tapestry of folklore, Dark Things is a strange fairytale wrought of intrigue and enchantment, of shadows and secrets, of evil and those who battle it. Cult of Chaos is the story of Tantriks, who are now overground.

Savage Blue is the story of two people - Akila Raina, who disappeared when she was only ten, and Shyam, who was with her that fateful night. For thousands of years, the wisdom of the NINE has protected mankind from destroying itself. Skyfire is set in May when India is hit by a series of freak weather disturbances and startling epidemics that threaten to bring the country to its knees.

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Civilization as we know it ended more than fifteen years ago, leaving as it's legacy barren wastelands called the Deadland and a new terror for the humans who survived- hordes of undead Biters. Serious Men tells the story of Ayyan Mani, a middle-aged Dalit, who works as an assistant to a brilliant Brahmin astronomer at a scientific institute in Mumbai. The three books of Dork Trilogy are - Dork: Full of wit and delicious observations, Mrs Funnybones captures the life of the modern Indian woman — a woman who organizes dinner each evening, even as she goes to work all day, who runs her own life but has to listen to her Mummyji, who worries about her weight and the state of the country.

Gone with the Vindaloo is 2 stories running parallel - One is in the Mahadev household, where the cook Pakwaan is trying to learn cooking from his father and yearns to one day make the Vindaloo that his grandfather was most known for. The Competent Authority is a satire on almost all the power circles of our country — the government, the bureaucracy, the police, the army, social workers, spiritual gurus and others.

Set against the backdrop of the Hindi film industry, Trust Me is a comic story about love, heartbreak and friendship. Piece of Cake is the story of Minal who wants it all - a successful career, a lifestyle to match, and a totally cool guy who'll buy her diamonds, bring her flowers, and laugh at her jokes. The Zoya Factor , written in the first person, is the story of a cricket-hating ad-executive, Zoya, who is forced to become a part of the Indian cricket team, not as a player nor a cheerleader nor a physiotherapist nor a psychiatrist but as a lucky charm.

Almost Single , a heartfelt and wickedly funny cross-cultural debut novel, introduces a smart, irreverent young woman, Aisha Bhatia, searching for independence and matrimony in a culture bound by tradition. Confessions of a Listmaniac is the story of seventeen-year-old Layla who knows that journal writing is way retro but thinks, why not recreate the whole blog thing in a notebook?

I Quit! Encounters of a Fat Bride is the story of Madhurima Pandey a twenty-five-year-old single girl who is gradually coming to terms with the annoying 'you're next' nudges from family and friends. My Experiments with Truth is the autobiography of Mohandas K. In My Days: In Wings of Fire: Autobiography of a Yogi presents a fascinating portrait of one of the great spiritual figures of our time.

The heartbreaking story of Kashmir has so far been told through the prism of the brutality of the Indian state, and the pro-independence demands of separatists. A wonderfully crafted fable, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari tells the extraordinary story of Julian Mantle, a lawyer forced to confront the spiritual crisis of his out-of-balance life.

In You Can Win , Shiv Khera reveals that all success is deliberate and there is nothing magical about winning. In Inner Engineering: Expounding on the esoteric aspects of ancient wisdom, in simple terms, The Wellness Sense shows you how to take care of yourself better and how to lead a healthier life in our present world — a world where we have all the comforts yet we are restless.

When the Road Beckons is an inspiring odyssey that promises to transform a generation.

In a coastline as long and diverse as India's, fish inhabit the heart of many worlds — food of course, but also culture, commerce, sport, history and society. In Butter Chicken in Ludhiana , Pankaj Mishra captures an India which has shrugged off its sleepy, socialist air, and has become instead kitschy, clamorous and ostentatious. The Ganges is a river which has held India's heart captive and drawn uncounted millions to her banks since the dawn of history.

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