Books and Authors/Poets

         Books                                 Author/Poet

       

  • A Dangerous  Place  –  P. Moynihan
  • A Bend in the river   –  V.S. Naipaul
  • A passage to India    – M.Forster
  • A Suitable Boy – Vikram Seth
  • A Tale of Two Cities  –       Charles Dickens
  • A Voice For Freedom –  Nayantara Saigal
  • A Week with Gandhi – Louis Fisher
  • A Woman’s Life  –  Guy de Maupassaut
  • Adventures of Sherlock Holmes  – Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Adventures of Tom Saweyer – Mark Twain
  • Age of Reason  –  Jean Paul Sartre
  • Agni Veena – Kazi Nasrul Islam
  • Ain-i-Akbari   –  Abul Fazal
  • Akbar – The Aesthete – Dr. Indu Anand
  • Akbar   – Nama Abul Fazal
  • Alice in Wonderland – Le-is Carrol
  • Ambedkar Awakening India’s Social Conscience – Dr. Narendra Jadhav
  • Anand Math – Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay
  • Ancient Mariner – Coleridge
  • And then One Day: A Memoir – Nasiruddin Shah (Autobiography)
  • Animal Farm  – George Orwell
  • Anna Karenina  – Tolstoy
  • Antony and Cleopatra – Shakespeare
  • Arms and the Man  –  G.B.Shaw
  • Around the World in eighty days  – Jules Verne
  • Arthashastra – Kautilya
  • Asian Drama – Gunnar Myrdal
  • Assassination of Rajiv Gandhi: An Inside Job  –  Faraz Ahmad
  • Avigyan Sakuntalam –  Kalidas
  • Baburnama –  Babur
  • Bachelor of Arts –  K.Narayan
  • Bhagwat Gita –  Ved Vyas
  • Bisarjan –   N.Tagore
  • Canterbury Tales –  Chaucer
  • Chandalika –  Rabindra Nath Tagore
  • China Passage –  John Kenneth Galbraith
  • Chitra –  N.Tagore
  • Comedy of Errors –  William Shakespeare
  • Communist Manifesto –  Karl Marx
  • Confessions –  Jean Jacques Rousseau
  • Count of Monte –   Cristo Alexander Dumas
  • Crime and Punishment –   Dostoevsky
  • Coalgate and other Truths – PC Parakh
  • Das Kapital–   Karl Marx
  • David Copperfield –  Charles Dickens
  • Death of a City –  Amrita Pritam
  • Decline and Fall of the Roman –  Edward Gibbon Empire
  • Discovery of India –  Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
  • Divine Comedy –  Dante
  • Don Quixote –  Cervantes
  • Zhivago Boris –  Pasternak
  • Dramatic Decade: The Indira Gandhi Years – Pranab Mukherjee
  • Editor Unplugged: Media, Magnates, Netas and Me—–Vinod Mehta
  • Education- Indian Context—J S Rajput
  • Faces and Places – Prof. Deepak Nayyar
  • Far from the Madding Crowd –  Thomas Hardy
  • Flood of Fire – Amitav Ghosh
  • Flora of Guntur City Andhra Pradesh— PR Mohana Rao
  • For whom the Bell Tolls –  Ernest Hemingway
  • Forsyte Saga –  John Galsworthy
  • Freedom at Midnight –  Dominique Lapierre
  • French Revolution –  Thomas Carlyle
  • Gathering Storm –  Winston Churchill
  • Geet Govind –  Jaya Dev
  • Geetanjali –  Rabindra Nath Tagore
  • Glimpses of World History –  Jawaharlal Nehru
  • God’s Bankers – Gerald Posner
  • Gora –  N. Tagore
  • Grammar of Politics –  Harold T.Laski
  • Guide –  K.Narayan
  • Gulliver’s Travels –  Jonathan Swift
  • Half Girlfriend – Chetan Bhagat
  • Ham Bhi Wahan Mojod Thay———Former Pakistan Minster Abdul Majeed
  • Hamlet –  Shakespeare
  • Harsha Charit –  Bana Bhatt
  • Hindu View of Life –  S.Radha Krishnan
  • Hunchback of Notre Dame –  Victor Hugo
  • Hungry Stones –  N.Tagore
  • I am Malala – Malala Yousufzai and Christina Lamb
  • Illiad –  Homer
  • India at Risk – Jaswant Singh
  • India Divided –  Rajendra Prasad
  • Indian Parliamentary Diplomacy : Speaker’s Perspective – Meira Kumar
  • Interpreter of Maladies – Jhumpa Lahiri
  • Invisible Man –  G.Wells
  • Ivanhoe –  Walter Scott
  • Jungle Book –  Rudyard Kipling
  • Jurassik Park –  Michael Crichton
  • Kadambari Bana –  Bhatt
  • Khushwantnama  –  The Lessons of My Life – Khushwant singh
  • Kidnapped –  L.Stevenson
  • King Lear –  Shakespeare
  • Kiran Bedi: Kaise Bani Top Cop –Reeta Peshawaria Menon and Anu Peshawaria
  • Kumar Sambhav –  Kalidas
  • Last Days of Pompeii Bulwar –  Lytton
  • Le Contract Social –  Jean Jacques Rousseau
  • Les Miserable –  Victor Hugo
  • Letters for a Nation – Jawaharlal Nehru & Madhav Khosla
  • Life Divine –  Shri Aurobindo
  • Lowland – Jhumpa Lahiri
  • Madhorubhagan   —  Perumal Murugan
  • Mahabharata —  Vyas
  • Mahatma Gandhi —  Romain Rolland
  • Man and Superman —  B.Shaw
  • Mandate: Will of the people—Vir Sanghvi
  • Meghdut —  Kalidas
  • Mein Kampf —   Adolf Hitler
  • Mission to India —  Stanellye
  • Mother —  Maxim Gorky
  • Munger through the Ages – Late DP Yadav
  • My country My Life – L.K.Advani
  • My experiments with Truth —  Mahatma M.K.Gandhi
  • My Music My Life – Pt Ravi Shankar
  • My Truth —  Indira Gandhi
  • My Unforgettable Memories – Mamata Banerjee
  • Nehru and Bose- Parallel Lives—  Rudrangshu Mukherjee
  • Neither a Hawk nor a Dove – Pakistan’s Ex-Foreign Minister Khurshid M Kasuri
  • Nineteen Eighty-four —  George Orwell
  • Odyssey —  Homer
  • Old Man and the Sea —  Earnest Hemingway
  • Oliver Twist  —  Charles Dickens
  • One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovitch —  Alexander Solzhenitsyn
  • One Life is Not Enough – Natwar Singh
  • Origin of species —  Charles Darwin
  • Othello —  Shakespeare
  • Panchatantra —  Vishnu Sharma
  • Paradise lost —  John Milton
  • Pickwick Papers —  Charles Dickens
  • Pilgrim’s Progress from this world to that which is to come —  John Bunyan
  • Plague —  Albert Camus
  • Playing It My Way – Sachin Tendulkar and Boria Mazumder
  • Price of Gujarat: The Extraordinary Story of Prince Gopaldas Desai –Rajmohan Gandhi
  • Pride and Prejudice —  Jane Austen
  • Principia —  Issac Newton
  • Public Issues Before Parliament – Vijay Darda
  • Raghuvamsa —  Kalidas
  • Ramayana —  Valmiki
  • Rationalised Roman for Kashmiri – Dr R L Bhat
  • Origin of Species —  Charles Darwin
  • Robinson Crusoe —  Daniel Defoe
  • Runs in Ruins — Sunil Gavaskar
  • Shah Nama —  Firdausi
  • Shakuntala —  Kalidas
  • Shape of things to come —  G.Wells
  • Silas Marner —  George Eliot
  • Sons and Lovers —  H.Lawrence
  • Sourav Ganguly: Cricket, Captaincy and Controversy —  Saptarshi Sarkar
  • Strictly Personal, Manmohan and Gursharan —   Daman Singh
  • Suleiman Charitra – Kalyana Malla
  • Sunny Days —  Sunil Gavaskar
  • Syntheism – Creating God in The Internet Age – Alexander Bard
  • The Bubble —  Mulk Raj Anand
  • The Castle —  Franz Kalka
  • The City of Joy   —  Dominique Lapierre
  • The Class —  Erich Byron
  • The Clown —  Heinrich Boll
  • The Court Dancer —  Rabindra Nath Tagore
  • The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire —  Edward Gibbon
  • The God of Small Things – Arundhati Roy
  • The Godfather —  Mario Puzo
  • The Indian Parliament – A Critical Appraisal – Prof. Sudha Pai and Avinash Kumar
  • The insider —  V. Narsimha Rao
  • The Lady of the Last Minstrel —  Sir Walter Scott
  • The Masters —  P.Shaw
  • The Merchant of Venice —  William shakespeare
  • The Moon and Six pense —  Somerset Maughan
  • The One Day Wonders —  Sunil Gavaskar
  • The Other Side of Midnight —  Sindye Sheldon
  • The Post Office —  N.Tagore
  • The Sahara Testaments – Tade Ipadeola
  • The Tempest —  Shakespeare
  • The Vicar of Wakefield —  Oliver Goldsmith
  • The Vicar of Wakefield —  Oliver Goldsmith
  • Three Musketeers —  Alexander Dumas
  • Time Machine —  G. Wells
  • Tom Sawyer —  Mark Twain
  • Treasure Island —  L.Stevenson
  • True Colours — Adam Gilchrist
  • Ulysses —  James Joyce
  • Unbreakable  – Mary Kom
  • Unchback of Notre Dame —  Victor Hugo
  • Uncle Tom’s Cabin —  Harriet Stowe
  • Untold Story of the Indian Public Sector – Dr UD Choubey
  • Utopia Sir —  Thomas Moor
  • Valley of Dolls —  Jacqueline Susann
  • Vyomkesh Darvesh  —  Vishwanath Tripath
  • War and Peace —  Leo Tolstoy
  • Waste Land —  S.Eliot
  • Water, Peace and War : Confronting the Global Water Crisis – Brahma Chellaney
  • Wealth of Nations —  Adam Smith
  • Why I Assassinated Gandhi – Nathuram Godse and Gopal Godse
  • Woman’s Life           —  Guy de Maupassaut
  • Worthy Fights: A Memoir of Leadership in War and Peace – Leon Panetta and Jim Newton
  • Your Dreams Are Mine Now: She Showed him What Love – Ravinder Singh

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