With such an account as its background, this book is narrated in a dark yet hilarious way. Even her books for adults are contemporary in nature, and bring out the complexities in relationships that people have with one another or with places and things. Indira Goswami was a well-known author who won the Sahitya Akademi award as well as the Jnanpith award. She has also won the Sahitya Akademi Award, as well as the 2014 Padma Bhushan Award for her contribution to literature. Untouchable - Mulk Raj Anand Untouchable is a novel by Mulk Raj Anand published in 1935. The novel is based on an Indian boy who is forced to go to Burma and who aspires to build an empire in Burma. His books are an authority on British atrocities in India.
Other early notable poets in English include , , , , , , and her brother. Ten Twentieth-Century Indian Poets New Poetry in India. Her books mostly revolved around social justice and the anguish that various social groups suffered. The book portrays the life of a Hindi teacher whose heart lies in Urdu poetry. Joy is a regular next door type of guy who has trouble having stable relationships. Can Indian and American cultural traditions be reconciled, or must one always be sacrificed for the other? It was later picked up by Westland and since then he has been publishing one bestseller after another.
Set in Calcutta, London and Dhaka, this book is shadowed by the freedom movement, the Second World War and the Calcutta riots of 1964. Deepika Ahlawat is a writer based in London where she is a museum curator and an art consultant as well. A very popular guy, Rahul falls head over heels with a shy lady, Seema. The book is a description of how the small things in life affect people's behaviour and their lives. The story reflects the facts about Draupadi's life, like born from agni or fire of yagna, friendless childhood, where her adorable brother is her only true friend; her complex friendship with the mysterious Krishna; to marriage, maternity and her secret attraction to the undisclosed man who is her husbands' most dangerous opponent. Old Delhi making way for the new. This is her second book and won several literary prizes.
These books have been translated into Turkish, Vietnamese, Japanese, French, German and Portuguese. Till You Said You Love Me! Set in Kerala, it is about family and social injustices, about relationships that cross lines and how things fall apart in the bargain. That is, until she find a mysterious pashmina tucked away in a forgotten suitcase. Lavanya Sankaran is a well-known author whose works are published in more than 15 countries. This novel had won him the national prize of the Indian Literary Academy. . In spite of their differences, they fall in love.
Published in 1993, this 1349-pages-long-book is one of the longest novels ever published in a single volume in the English Language. He started his career as a lecturer at Hindu College, Delhi and went to become the Chairman of National Book Trust India. Her books start with the mythological stories as their premise but go on a tangent of their own, in a way that the reader can relate to the present-day world that we live in. Yet, this project ends in misery. Sales to date exceed 325 million copies. His books have collectively sold more than 4 million copies, with gross sales of Rs.
Experiencing corruption and the likes, he gets influenced by the negativity and murders his owner for money. When Harit and Ranjana's paths cross, they begin a strange yet necessary friendship that brings to light their own passions and fears. The Cuckold: Kiran Nagrkar The mythical story told from the point of view of Maharana Pratap, the never talked about husband of Mira Bai. Thanks to the coaxing of his friend, he falls in love with a girl Sanchita, who is a sweet and sentimental girl. What happens next makes the crux of this wonderful love story by an Indian author.
Caldwell's books have sold 80 million copies and have been published in 43 languages. Dard worked as a journalist in Lyon from 1942 to 1950 before dedicating himself to novels, theater and film. The Namesake is a fine tuned, intimate, and a deeply felt novel. She was awarded the 1986 for English, for her novel, 1985 , by the , India's National Academy of Letters. The book concerns four characters from varied backgrounds who come together and develop a bond.