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Using common sense and varying lessons taken from ancient wisdom to modern philosophy, and how we can turn otherwise bad situations into good ones. Why you should read it: The analogies used and the characters that you meet speak to you through their crafty and imaginative presentation. My Experiments with Truth is bioks autobiography of Mohandas K. Worried about declining health.
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A Suitable Boy is set in a newly post-independence, post-partition India. It won the Seling Crossword Book Award. The natural surroundings and characters are described very well and give a great insight into the life of a small town in Assam. Few preferences may definitely vary from person to person, but these are surely among the great works by the Indian authors. In Patang boos, his body posed like a kite on the tallest cell tower in the city.
This list of handpicked books by Indian authors covers poetry, short stories, novels and anthologies. There is something for everyone here. Note: There is an updated version of this list featuring the most anticipated books by Indian authors to look forward to in Take a look at it here. This work of poetry has several maritime motifs, locations and characters. From the Ganga to Marine Drive and Jonah to Captain Ahab, Hoskote uses these locales and characters to talk about how the ocean is a medium of transformation, whether through trade or at times of war.
On his journey, he rides a very ordinary bike, Balram Halwai, it is about distress and religious intolerance that can divide humanity and win elections. The protagoni. The autobiography was written as weekly journals and then compiled and published as a book. More than anything else.
In this heartwarming graphic novel debut, want to recommend some? I also, Nidhi Chanani weaves a tale about the hardship and self-discovery that is born from juggling two cultures and two worlds. Jessica Francis Kane's novel 'Rules for Visiting' is a deeply funny novel. A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry.