Here is a list of five most interesting fiction and non-fiction books by Indian authors you should read.
In every branch or different segments of writing be it fiction, dramatization, life story, verse, novels, short stories, literary criticism, Indian literature has a colossal assortment to offer. About each significant Indian dialect has a rich convention of writing. India has given birth to its own distinct set of litterateurs and literature. The following are the 5 Most Interesting Fiction and Nonfiction books by Indian Authors you should read.
- God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy
An expressive, strange story of misconception and torment, resounding as the years progressed. At its dark heart, it exhibits how little things can have different and significant outcomes, implying that everything can change in a solitary day. An all around praised writer in her own right, she won The Booker Prize for her celebrated internationally book, ‘The God of Small Things’ in 1997.
- Train to Pakistan by Khushwant Singh
This book is about the repulsions of civil war and how a little serene town at long last turns into a piece of religious despise and mutual brutality. It delineates the heaps o
f human feelings which emerge in agitated circumstances and depicts how nothing is concrete. Khushwant Singh was India’s best-known author and reporter. He was founder-editor of Yojana and editor of The Illustrated Weekly of India, the National Herald and Hindustan Times.
- The Complete Adventures of Feluda Vol. 1 by Satyajit Roy
Feluda’s mysterious adventures are most loved for all ages. Despite the fact that there are parcel of investigator stories in Bengali writing, yet these sorts of completely strained, fatless fictions are exceptionally uncommon. The plots include murder, mystery and adventure, the vast majority of the circumstances in extraordinary areas, described in a shocking comical style. Satyajit Ray was an Indian filmmaker and author of Bengali fiction and regarded as one of the greatest auteur of world cinema.
- A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth
This is a novel of India set in the mid 1950s soon after the partition; this book gives a window into the way of life and history of India at that point in its history through a romance about a young lady. This is the longest English novel ever published in a single edition. Vikram Seth is an Indian artist, author, travel essayist, librettist, youngsters’ essayist, biographer and memoir.
- 5. Ghachar Ghochar by Vivek Shanbhag
The keystone of the family is the Enterprising Uncle who is the sole earning member from the family. The storyteller believes that it has turned into the obligation of his family to shield his Uncle from everything including being slandered by some “prostitute” who comes to see him. ‘Ghachar Gochar’ will tempt you surprisingly with its different blended messages of existentialism and woman’s rights. Vivek Shanbhag is the creator of a few works of fiction and two plays, all of which have been distributed to wide praise in the South Indian dialect Kannada.