Indian Author Novels That Everyone Needs to Read

These are the best Indian writers books. If you want to know about Indian culture and want to read some Indian books, so here is The God of Small Things, The White Tiger, The Inheritance of Loss, The Great Indian Novel Train to Pakistan, The Guide and so on.

1 - The God of Small Things 
Written By Arundhati Roy

The God of Small Things

The God of Small Things is a best family novel written by Indian author Arundhati Roy. It's the first novel by Arundhati Roy. Published in 1997. The book won the Booker Prize. The novel is written in a beautiful manner about the cost of societal rules and because of them how innocent people have to pay for nothing. Story is excellent and beautifully describes little details of life.

2 - The White Tiger 
Written By Aravind Adiga

The White Tiger

The White Tiger is written by Indian writer Aravind Adiga. Published in 2008 and this book won 40th Man Booker Prize and listed in New York Times bestseller list. Story was to capture the unspoken voice of rural area people. Novel shows Indian culture and some parts of the story is based on rich and poor lives at an uncomfortable existence around every corner because of population.

3 - The Inheritance of Loss 
Written By Kiran Desai

The Inheritance of Loss

The Inheritance of Loss it's a second novel written by Indian writer Kiran Desai. The novel was published in 2006. This book won numbers of  awards like the National Book Critics Circle Fiction and the Man Booker Prize Award. The story is related to real life stories like everything is not happy every time.

4 - The Great Indian Novel 
Written By Shashi Tharoor

The Great Indian Novel

The Great Indian Novel is a historically written novel by Indian author Shashi Tharoor. Published in 1989. show Indian democracy, struggles between groups and individuals and close relation use for their personal and political histories. 

5 - Train to Pakistan 
Written By Khushwant Singh

Train to Pakistan

Train to Pakistan is a historical book written by Indian writer Khushwant Singh. The book Published in 1956. The story is based on India and Pakistan partition time. How people survive during that period. The ending is bound to leave you in tears, Khushwant Singh wrote this book during the partitioning years. This story was adapted into films with the same title in 1998. 

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6 - The Guide Written By R. K. Narayan

The Guide

The Guide written by the Indian author R. K. Narayan 
in English. The novel Published in 1958.The book beautifully Represent Indian Culture. The Guide center character is Raju, story is based on Raju struggle. Novel was adapted in television shows and films also.

7 - The Shadow Lines 
Written By Amitav Ghosh

The Shadow Lines

The Shadow Lines written by Indian author Amitav Ghosh. The novel was published in1988. This book won the Sahitya Akademi Award. This story is a web of memories, how people were separated from their countries and went through feelings and How wars change your entire life.

8 - The Palace of Illusions 
Written By Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

The Palace of Illusions

The Palace of Illusions is a fiction novel written by Indian writer Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni. It's published in 2008. The novel it's a Hindu Mahabharata character Draupadi's perspective. How she takes decisions and lives her life in pain.

9 - Malgudi Ki Kahaniyan 
Written By R. K. Narayan

Malgudi Ki Kahaniyan

Malgudi ki Kahaniyan is a short story collection in English written by Indian writer R. K. Narayan. Book published in 1943. The book has a total of 32 stories. Story was adapted into a television series. The book was based on the fictional town of Malgudi people.

10 - Untouchable 
Written By Mulk Raj Anand


Untouchable is written by Mulk Raj Anand and published in 1935. The novel was inspired by his aunt when she had a meal with a Muslim family.This story about the class struggle. Novel Describes the situation of untouchability during the pre-independence.

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