It might seem biased they're personal picks from the best literary minds of our time. Only that they held each other close, long after it was over. It is another great novel by Chetan Bhagat. Only that a hard honey-colored shoulder had a semicircle of teethmarks on it. We at Indian Bestsellers are a group of an energetic bunch of shoppers who shares a common Vision of making only right buying decisions and making the life of our readers a little easy by helping them in choosing the best Products and services. Tolkien 9 — She: A History of Adventure 100 million copies sold by H. Words to talk about personality types 2.
Talking about a peaceful childhood to the devastating phase of partition, the book touches political, religious, economic and other social conflicts too. This is one of the most inspiring and beautiful art work by Ashfaq Ahmed. This Love that Feels Right by Ravinder Singh Ravinder Singh has been keeping Indian romance readers engaged ever since his first book I too Had a Love Story became a best seller. A wonderfully crafted fable, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari tells the extraordinary story of Julian Mantle, a lawyer forced to confront the spiritual crisis of his out-of-balance life. At its heart, it is the love story of the beautiful Gandharva princess, Kadambari, and the moon god, Chandrapida. A must-read for anybody who wants to be successful. The Inheritance Of Loss 2006 by Kiran Desai Daughter of author Anita Desai, Kiran is an accomplished writer herself.
The author Naseem Hijazi through his book describes the rise of politics, education and economic power. The narrative is set in Mano Majra, a Muslim-Sikh village at the Indo-Pak border unaffected by the Partition. The backdrop is story of a journalist fallen on bad times and his relationship with Bhagmati, a hijra. Mrs Funnybones It is Number one in humor category of books. The Immortals — Amit Chaudhary Another 2009 release The Immortals, features among the bestselling novels by an Indian writer.
The novel narrates the story of people residing in a village on the Indo Pak border and the violence and inhumanity afflicted upon them during the partition of 1947. The Death Of Vishnu 2001 by Manil Suri This debut novel by a mathematician was longlisted for the Booker and is about the spiritual journey of a dying man named Vishnu, working on a Bombay building. It is the story of an upper-class Muslim family in Delhi. The Shadow Lines 1988 by Two families - one English and one Bengali - and their lives through three generations. What are some of the Best Practices that make our Product search most reliable? The 1 International Bestseller Wisdom to Create a Life of Passion, Purpose, and Peace This inspiring tale provides a step-by-step approach to living with greater courage, balance, abundance, and joy. The Urdu literature comes from the development of Urdu Language.
Deven takes great pains to put together the logistics. Only that once again they broke the Love Laws. Although the exact number of copies sold is unknown, it is thought to be over 500 million and certainly more than any other non-political or non-religious book on the list. Fair enough, Rushdie is a master storyteller and this is arguably the greatest of his many brilliant novels. The God Of Small Things 1997 by Arundhati Roy The first Indian novel to win the Booker Prize, Roy's only novel so far has sold more than six million copies. It might seem biased they're personal picks from the best literary minds of our time. A story based in Bombay, it weaves through the life story of two families, one of a music teacher and another of his student.
Our jury of eight - writers, publishers, academics and book critics - nominated 10 books each. A very different story which highlights the power of the elite and the difference between the lower and the upper classes of the society. The Fig Tree 1959 by Aubrey Menen This book by an Indian-Irish writer with an English upbringing is about a British scientist, who accidentally invents aphrodisiac figs. Is it a true story? When you buy products or services through links on our site, we may earn a small affiliate commission. Vande Mataram was originally written as part of the book. What happens next is what the book is about. Think and Grow Rich This is the new collection for those who love to read about business and entrepreneurship.
Trying To Grow 1991 by Firdaus Kanga A semi-autobiographical work about Daryus Kotwal, a Parsi boy in Bombay suffering from osteogenesis imperfecta or brittle bones, a condition Kanga himself was born with who doesn't let that come in the way of his life and sex. And by the end, you'll know more than what you've read. His student Mallika Sengupta's musical ambitions are dulled by luxury. He is any ordinary guy much apparant from his guy-next-door name. Ahead, Urdu novels to read at least once in your life time.
She is aided by Kanai Dutt, a businessman and translator from Delhi, and Fokir, a young fisherman. The children were excited by the sight, and gloated over liveries and uniforms and so many white faces as they had never seen before. That lay down who should be loved. Length: 352 pages; Price: Rs 450 hardcover 3. The Trotter-Nama: A Chronicle 1988 by This is a mock epic, an account spanning the lives of seven generations of The Trotters, an ever-expanding Anglo-Indian family, starting with Justin Trottoire, the Great Trotter, a French mercenary who came to India in the 1750s and worked with the British East India Company, and ending with Eugene, the Seventh Trotter, in the late 20th century. I hope friends you really enjoyed the posts.