This one tells the love story of Deb and Avantika who are a picture-perfect couple in every way. The bond that is formed eventually among them, which leads from friendship to love, A Fine Balance creates a long-lasting view of the human spirit. Definitely on of the best love story novels by indian authors. One of the most prominent figures of Marathi literature, Yadav was born in an impoverished family but had a burning desire to educate himself. In this story, the protagonist Daman is involved in an accident which causes him minor amnesia erasing all his memories of the accident and of the events leading to it. Life of Pi by Yann Martel: This is an adventure novel by Martel that explains how an Indian boy survives a shipwreck after 277 days and his only companion was a Bengal tiger in a boat in the Pacific ocean.
Parekh also delved into various forms of literature, achieving greatness in each of them. It tells the story of fraternal twins and how little things can make a huge difference in the lives and behaviour of many. It narrates the story of Anantya Tantrik who struggles to stop the madness of White and Red Tantriks who are facing off, and of a Black tantric who is brewing some dangerous shakti. Founded by award winning journalist Shaili Chopra, SheThePeople. The Girl I Last Loved Author: Smita Kaushik This romantic novel tells the story of Akash and Kasam who keep bumping into each other at various points in life. His interested lay in the literary genre, and he had a particular love for mythology.
If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on Boldsky website. Along the way, the book provides rare insights into Rajini's personal life. Arvind Adiga was born in Chennai in 1974 but grew up in the city of Mangalore. Arpit also writes for the Indian television industry and has written stories and dialogues for many fiction and non-fiction television series and award functions. His first book, titled If God was a Banker, marked him as an interesting author from whom great things can be expected. Ashwin Sanghi has, for quite a few years now, been that very writer and has written crime fiction based in India and, on a few occasions, on Indian mythology. The couple is disheartened by the thought of living away from each other for at least six months.
The Guide is a story of a tour guide who transforms himself into a Spiritual Guru and then becomes the greatest holy man of India. The theme of the book is that violence is borne out of shame. Seven Days Without You Author: Anmol Rana There is something about books about childhood sweethearts. Sudeep Nagarkar weaves a tale with various twists and turns keeping the reader engrossed throughout. The Ibis Trilogy, which includes The Glass Palace, The Hungry Tide and The Sea of Poppies garnered him a shower of accolades and awards. Swami and Friends by R.
His most famous works are humorous writings such as Hasavnuk and Asa mi Asami. Untruly Yours — Smita Shetty This is another plot that revolves around two culturally diverse people. They were translated into English by Gopa Majumdar. In 1960 it won the Sahitya Akademi Award and was also adapted into a film with the same name starring the legendary Dev Anand. The novel brought its author the 1960 Sahitya Akademi Award for English. In his inebriated state, he narrates his love story with Anamika to his friends, and the story then goes back to the past tense. On 7 th August 1941, to the lament of the world, Rabindranath Tagore passed away and thus was lost one of the brightest minds the world of literature had ever seen.
Unfortunately, Ram Sharan Sharma passed on the 20 th of August, 2011. He one day manages to bag a job in Delhi, and has to visit the place to complete some formalities, and plans to return in seven days. A Suitable Boy - Vikram Seth A Suitable Boy is a novel by Vikram Seth, published in 1993. Singh explains that it is the deeds of man that distinguishes him as good or bad and not his religion, custom, caste or creed. The trilogy narrates the reawakening of the terrible rakshas, Danh-Gem, and the arrival of a hero to face him. But like they say, when it is a friendship between a guy and girl, at some point sparks fly off. These two writers, along with Ghosh, would become part of the literary figures that would usher Indian literature into its next chapter.
It gives us a message that if the situations are handled in a more matured way all these lives can be saved. It is one of the best post colonial novels that has ever been written. Palette of Love by Ashok Kallarakkal 'Palette of Love' is a brilliant little book full of short stories, each one celebrating a different shade of love. But when her sworn enemy, Vikram, offers her the chance to win back her kingdom, she must take it, even if it means working with a man she hates. Professor Shonku was translated into English by Sukanya Jhaveri in 1981. Most are drawn from his numerous field visits and military debriefing sessions on the fighting ground. This novel is the story of a 10 year old boy who is mischievous, innocent and his experiences of growing in an imaginary town of Malgudi.
But one day she finds herself packing her bags, and back with her parents in India. While Ghosh has made considerable contributions to literature with his non-fiction work, it is for his work in fiction that he is most well-known. The novel depicts about the life of these twins and how it changes with the arrival of their cousin Sophie. The Night Train At Deoli - Ruskin Bond In this short story, Ruskin Bond narrates his experience during one of his train journeys to Dehradun as an eighteen-year-old. Hailing from Indore, he currently lives in Mumbai.