But when it comes to this, I've noticed that the Indian authors are mentioned less 2. English, August: An Indian Story by Upamanyu Chatterjee. You can check out a few sites for your Indian/Indian origin authors: 1. What is the best website to download free PDF or ebooks of Indian author's novels?. Here's a list of 20 Gems of Indian English Literature You Must Read. This book won Grand Prize for Fiction at the Frankfurt International.
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To make this easier, we have compiled this list of the “Best English Books by Indian Authors” of all the different categories and genres. Books shelved as indian-authors: 2 States: The Story of My Marriage by Chetan Bhagat, The Immortals of Meluha by Amish Tripathi, Five Point Someone by Ch. India is amongst the largest and most diverse countries in the world – here are a few authors who have made the most riveting attempts at the.
Their love withstood the test of time, but can it handle long distance? Follow her on twitter: Via liveauctioneers. It subtly explores insightful revelations about returning to one's country and revisiting one's heritage, after having left. In recent times, Indian literary scene has seen its own share of some amazing romantic novels.
The story will stick with you, and long after you read it, the novel will play on your mind, forcing you to revisit it from time to time. The Story Of My Assassins encompasses both sides of Indian society, intertwined with sarcastic wit that is the definition of raw language. The characters themselves speak out philosophically about India's rule, and the passion with which it was written bursts through each page. A riveting take on 'The Mahabharata,' as told from the perspective of Princess Panchaali.
Train to Pakistan is one of the most painfully sad and disturbing — yes informative and eye-opening — narratives one can read about the divide between India and Pakistan. A complex novel that deals with the development of a country and an individual, simultaneously and exquisitely showcasing how their destinies are intertwined.
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You should really be buying this one right away. Durjoy Datta Another one of the best love story novels by indian authors, again by Durjoy Datta. This one is a touching love story about Deep and Ahana. Deep is a young man who enjoys spending time with books rather than human beings.
One day, he gets an internship offer in Hong Kong where he meets an Indian girl Ahana. She is a beautiful woman but is blind. Deep and Ahana explore Hong Kong together, slowly falling in love. Now how does Deep deal with things?
Nikita Singh It is an interesting love story about love, friendship and betrayal. Niharika is a fresh entrant to the college, and in the first few days becomes friends with a shy guy named Tanmay.
Tanmay is a good guy but not boyfriend material so therefore Niharika starts dating Akshat. But as time passes by, Akshat starts revealing his true colours. At the same time, Niharika notices a transformation in her bestie Tanmay. Was Tanmay actually the right guy for her? She strives to find an answer and this is her tale. Shubham Choudhary It is a cute college life story of Yatharth, a studious junior researcher, who has a group of friends who are a mixed bag.
Although Yatharth knows everything about the topics he studies, he has trouble fathoming love. Thanks to the coaxing of his friend, he falls in love with a girl Sanchita, who is a sweet and sentimental girl. It is first love for both of them. Will they be able to handle the pressures that accompany it or will they be left with a heartbreak?
A lovely romantic story with ample pinch of humour. Nikita Singh It is a love story full of turmoil but with a message that true love always perseveres. In this book, we meet Sambhavi Sen, a young interior designer who happens to have a chance encounter with Arjun Datta, who is a young and grumpy businessman but with an interesting persona.
In spite of their differences, they fall in love.
Things go smooth till the point when Sambhavi makes a shocking revelation to Arjun. Smita Kaushik This romantic novel tells the story of Akash and Kasam who keep bumping into each other at various points in life. While Akash has always been in love with Kasam, she always seemed out of reach for him.
As life moves on, Akash finds out that his ignorance for his love towards Kasam has become a fight with love itself. Things reach a point that he has to decide whether to propose to her or let go of his love forever. Do buy this one. Yashodhara Lal This is one is a light-hearted book about the challenges mismatched individuals face in matrimony.
The protagonist of the book Yashodhara named after the author is a city girl who ties the knot with a small town guy named Vijay. The two never agree on anything and argue most of the time.
With the arrival of their daughter, their arguments move to the next level since the couple have contrasting views on parenthood. Will the constant bickering bring an end to their marriage? Surely an interesting read with some decent amount of humour in it. Romantic Love Stories ].
Sagar Sahu It is a cute love story of Saransh and Samvedna, who fall in love in spite of their opposite characters. While Saransh is a saucy guy, Samvedna on the other hand is a simple-minded girl with tons of innocence. The love story continues with bits of humour here and there till the last moment where things go awry. In the end, Saransh has to choose between Samvedna and something that he had always wanted. Parul A.
She has everything, even in the love department, since she is dating a handsome Indian American guy. But one day she finds herself packing her bags, and back with her parents in India. To her surprise, her parents announce that they have chosen a guy for her to marry.
She pulls her socks up to ensure she rejects the guy in every way but before she makes her move, the guy rejects her. An interesting love story full of funny elements. Sumrit Shahi This one tells the story of Arnika and Shadab, two childhood sweethearts whose love passes the test of time.
They stay committed to each other in spite of how far they move in their lives. Written in the pattern of a story within a story, the book relates the tale of two characters and has a mythological touch with a modern subplot. This New York based writer was born in India and was raised in Mumbai in his early years.
He penned down his experiences in Mumbai in his incredible work Maximum City, published in , and a Pulitzer Prize finalist in The book is a mix of travel writing, a journal, a socio-political analysis of people and wonders of Mumbai.
It won the Vodafone Crossword Book Award. The Economist named Maximum City as one of its books of the year for It was also shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize. This collection of poems by Tagore was originally published in Bengali in August and had poems. The poems are mostly of a spiritual bent, though some of the pieces also have a hint of nature. This collection won the Nobel prize for Tagore in The story talks about the changes brought into the lives of people living in a small town of Assam by the militants.
The plot revolves around the life of a girl who is married to a district collector. The natural surroundings and characters are described very well and give a great insight into the life of a small town in Assam.
Train To Pakistan is a compelling portrayal of the partition of India. The book touches upon the human angle and brings out the sense of reality and horror. The way Singh has described a village where a peaceful and loving community transforms into one driven by hatred and fear is remarkable. The description of the characters gives a lift to the book and makes it all the more interesting to read. Published in , the book has also been translated into Tamil and has been adapted into a film with the same name.
Rich Like Us is a political fiction novel set during a time of political and social change between and the mids. Sehgal won the Sahitya Akademi Award for English for this book. The backdrop is set at the time when Indira Gandhi declared martial law in India. The book portrays the life of a Hindi teacher whose heart lies in Urdu poetry.
The book was shortlisted for the Booker Prize in