Some Important Books and their Authors

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Some Important Books and their Authors

6th December 1992— P.V. Narasimha Rao
A bend in the River — V.S. Naipal…
A Million Multinies Now — V.S. Naipal
A Mission In Kashmir —Andrew Whitehead
A new deal for Asia —Mahathir Mohammad
A pair of blue eyes —Thomas Hardy
A Passage of India — E.M. Forster
A Voice of Freedom — Nayantara Sehgal
Aansoo —Jai Shankar Prasad
Abhigyan Shakuntalam — Kalidas
Across Black Waters — Mulk Raj Anand
Affluent Society —J.K. Galbraith
Agni Veena —Kazi Nazurul Islam (data by facebook/cnaonweb)
Ain-e-Akbari —Abul Fazal
Ajatshatru Jai —Shanker Prasad
Akabarnama —Abul Fazal
Alice in Wonderland — Lewis Carrol
Amar Singh —Amar Singh
Amrit Aur Vish- Amrit Lal Nagar
An EquaL Music —Vikram Seth
Anamika, Parimal, Gunjan, Jusi ki kali -Suryaknt Tripathi Nirala
Anna Karenina —Tolstoy(data by facebook/cnaonweb)
Area of Darkness —V.S. Naipal
Arthashastra —Kautilya
Ashtadhyayi —Panini
Asian Drama —Gunnar Myrdal
August Coup —Mikhail S. Gorbachov
Avanti Sundari —Dandi
Ayodhya .V. Narasimha Rao
Between the Lines —Kuldeep Nayyar
Bhagwad Gita —Veda Vyas
Bharat Bharti —Maithili Saran Gupta
Bharat Durdasha — Bhartendu Harischandra
Bihari Satsai — Bihari(data by facebook/cnaonweb)
Bijak— Kabirdas
Bliss was it in that down — Minoo Masani
Blood Brothers — M.J. Akbar
Boyhood: Scenes from Provincial Life —J.M. Coetzee
Bradman’s Best — Rolland Perry
Broken Wing —Sarojini Naidu
Buddha Charitam —Ashwaghosh
Chand Ka Munh Tedha Hai —Gajanan Madhav
Coolie — Mulk Raj Anand(data by facebook/cnaonweb)
Cosmic Reality — Lajja Ram
Curfewed Night— Basarrat Peer
Das Capital —Karl Marx
Dashkumaracharitam — Dandi
Daybhag —Jeemootwahan
Death —Kaka Saheb Kalelkar
Divine Comedy — Dante
Divine Life — Swami Shivanand
Elizabeth Castello— Eight Lessons J.M. Coetzee
End of the Era —C.S. Pandit(data by facebook/cnaonweb)
Envisioning an Empowered Nation — Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Eternal India —Mrs. Indira Gandhi
Experiment with Untruth — Michael Anderson
Fasting, Feasting — Anita Desai
Fireproof —Raj Kamal Jha
Forty nine Days— Amrita Pritam
Freedom from Fear — Aung San Suu Kyi
Gaban — Munsi PremChand
Geet Govind — Jayadev
Gitanjali —Rabindra Nath Tagore(data by facebook/cnaonweb)
Glimpses of World History —Jawahar Lal Nehru
Godan —Munsi PremChand
Golden Threshold — Sarojini Naidu
Gora— Rabindra Nath Tagore
Gulag Archipelago — Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Guide —R. K. Narayanan
Gurusagaran — O.P. Vijayan
Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows —J.K. Rowling
Harsha Charit — Bana Bhatta
Hindu view of Life — Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
History of Western Philosophy — B. Russel
Humanyunama — Gulbadan Beghum
I Follow the Mahatma — K.M. Munshi
Ignited Minds — Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
In the Line of Fire — A Memoir — Parvez Musharraf
India Wins Freedom— Abul Kalam Azad
Indian Philosophy — Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
Indian Summers — John Wright
Indian war of Independence — V.D. Savarkar
Indira Gandhi Returns —Khushwant Singh
Innocent in Death —J.D. Robb(data by facebook/cnaonweb)
Interpreter of Maladies — Jhumpa Lahiri
Kaya Kalp — Munshi Prem Chand
Let Us Kill Gandhi — Tushar A. Gandhi
Life of Pi —Yann Martel
My President Years —R. Venkataraman

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