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121 Best Indian Books Written in English: A List of Must-Read Novels by Indian Authors (2024) - bookGeeks

To make choosing your next read easier, we have compiled this list of 121 must-read English books by Indian authors categorised into different genres. We have not included books by authors of Indian-origin like Salman Rushdie, Jhumpa Lahiri, V.S. Naipaul, Rohinton Mistry etc.

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47 Incredible Books Set in India (Fiction & Non-fiction)

47 books set in India .Historical fiction, contemporary and non fiction 1.A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth 2.Midnight's Children by Salman Rushdie 3. The Henna Artist by Alka Joshi4. The Secrets of Jaipur by Alka Joshi 5. Cracking India by Bapsi Sidhwa

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The Birth of Kali by Anita Sivakumaran takes a novel look at tales from Indian mythology. Popular versions of our epics have always been told and retold from a male point of view. The moment one hears the story from the point of view of another character, especially a woman, many things change. Historical Humor, Different Point Of View, Indian Literature, Mindfulness Books, Book Reading Journal, Indian Mythology, Mythology Books, Books To Read Nonfiction, App Website

The Birth of Kali by Anita Sivakumaran takes a bold relook at stories that have defined us. - Bookedforlife

We have been fed tales from Indian mythology since childhood. But, what if these were retold from a different point of view? What if things need not always be as they are made out to be?