But then, he is asked to interview one of the country's greatest Urdu poets. It was adapted into a movie of the same name in 1998. It was written originally in Bengali in 1917, and was later translated in English in 2002. Forget Me Not, Stranger by Novoneel Chakroborty Yet another romance novel, Forget me Not, Stranger by Novoneel Chakroborty is the final book in the Stranger Trilogy where the protagonist Rivanah, who stays away from family and lives in Mumbai, will get the answers to many strange questions that have been troubling her for a long time now. Shadow Lines — Amitav Ghosh Featuring next on the list of top 10 bestselling novels by Indian authors is the book called Shadow Lines, which was written by ace novelist Amitav Ghosh in 1988. The backdrop is story of a journalist fallen on bad times and his relationship with Bhagmati, a hijra.
But as Dido grows up, falls in love with the boy next door and moves on with her life, she has to wrestle with guilt about abandoning her mother and fear about her health. Divided into five chapters Writing, Failing, Rooting, Rising and Blooming the book has been very well received by critics. To do so, he has to first impress his future father-in-law. In spite of different mind-sets they fall in love when they are still in college. The novel explains how four strangers come together. Only that a hard honey-colored shoulder had a semicircle of teethmarks on it. Have they reached a saturation point in their love? Australian Women's Weekly 1933 - 1982.
Love Facebook Author: Nikita Singh As the name suggests, it is about falling in love on Facebook. How hard was it for an Indian husband from the Middle Ages to understand this divine love affair? Moving between events in Calcutta, Boston, and New York City, the novel examines the nuances involved with being caught between two conflicting cultures with highly distinct religious, social, and ideological differences. Definitely on of the best love story novels by indian authors. This novel has a consistent reference the major historical events like The Second World War, Swadeshi Movement, The partition of India and many more. Bhasin stands out from his peers by highlighting current affairs in India in a fictional context. Cometh the Hour by Jeffrey Archer British master story teller Jeffrey Archer has always had a strong hold in the Indian literary market.
Nectar In A Sieve 1954 by Kamala Markandaya Born in Mysore in 1924, this is the pioneering woman writer's best-known novel. Length: 588 pages; Price: Rs 175 9. Train To Pakistan by Khushwant Singh: This is a historical novel which recounts the Partition of India in 1947. Complete with an attractive male character, who just happens to have moved to the village. Although Professor Cha stopped writing martial arts novels almost forty years ago, they remain in print and have been translated into English, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese and other languages for his countless readers worldwide. Only that they held each other close, long after it was over.
In the book, the protagonist, Balram Halwai, narrates his life to the Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao: how the son of a rickshaw puller works as a chauffeur in Delhi and then flees to Bangalore after killing his employer, stealing his money and becoming a successful businessman. Length: 184 pages; Price: Rs 112 4. Here we have compiled a list of 10 Best mystery books by Indian authors. She makes a chance visit to India with one of her handsome colleague and bumps into an ex-flame in India. He used a number of pseudonyms, among them Frederic Charles, Kaput and L'Ange Noir The Black Angel , and sold more than 270 million books.
Most Indian writers are creative, super talented yet very young. The White Tiger 2008 by Aravind Adiga Adiga's debut novel won the Man Booker Prize for fiction. The books are being called the best Indian novels to read because they represent Indian culture and ethnicity in their unique ways. A beautiful story, but does require lot of patience to complete reading this great novel. He won the Filmfare Award for Best Screenplay for Kai Po Che! A little shy to girls, he is a family guy, who believes in learning from every experience. A Half Baked Love Story Author: Anurag Garg While the name might suggest otherwise, this one makes an interesting read in case you are looking for a nice love story by an Indian author. Romance, suspense, mystery and poetry you name it and the Indians have mastered them all.
Not surprisingly, there were overlaps, surprises and works we knew would never be ignored. Author: Raghuram G Rajan Price: 290 Rupees The Boy Who Loved There are people we all know who build walls around themselves and distance themselves from relationships with other people but somehow maybe due to a major event in their life they start to open up. Lahiri is a Pulitzer Prize winning author. But since she does not believe in love, the duo decide to have a no-strings relationship. It won a number of awards, including the Man Booker Prize for that year. Have you already read any of the titles in list? Singh explains that it is the deeds of man that distinguishes him as good or bad and not his religion, custom, caste or creed. Train To Pakistan 1956 by Khushwant Singh This is the Partition novel, written by one of India's most colourful and most-loved writers.
Incidentally, Chatterji's Rajmohan's Wife 1864 is considered the first Indian novel in English. The part-German writer has written 16 novels, been shortlisted for the Booker Prize three times and has changed 23 addresses in 75 years. In the end, Saransh has to choose between Samvedna and something that he had always wanted. The book covered topics such as bad loans, unemployment, inflation and growth are some of the major things Rajan talks about in his book. In our masterlist of 54 books, you'll know nearly everything there is to know about this great land of ours through the decades. The couple is disheartened by the thought of living away from each other for at least six months.