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We have all studied history in our school days. But rarely is studying any history book enough to get you aware of all that's happened since time immemorial. It’s time to go beyond the basics. Take a look at 9 books that will help you understand our 5000-year-old heritage better. 1. India: A History bookmati.comThis is written by John Keay and covers everything from the Harappan Civilisation to the pre-independence era. Critics say that this has been written from an objective point of view…
India is amongst the largest and most diverse countries in the world – here are a few authors who have made the most riveting attempts at the impossible task of capturing it.
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Why you should read it: The novel is a fascinating glimpse into Indian business culture and family culture, while also touching upon the hardly touched upon topic of child abuse and the cultural response to the subject.
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Films have always sought inspiration from literature. The best of literature has always found its way to cinema. We have the stories of Rabindranath Tagore and Premchand being made into films. However, we have also seen movies based on Chetan Bhagat novels finding their way to packed cinema houses. But we still believe, Indian literature [...]
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Item Code: NAS215 Author: Romila Thapar Publisher: Kali for Women Language: English Edition: 2018 ISBN: 9788188965601 Pages: 276 Cover: PAPERBACK Other Details 8.50 X 5.50 inch Weight 370 gm Fully insured Shipped to 153 countries More than 1M+ customers worldwide 100% Made in India 23 years in business
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Take a browse through these 11 Indian books by authors that all literature fans ought to read at least once in their lives.
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Hindu - VEMANA (Makers of Indian Literature)From the Back of the Book:A poet of the people, a philosopher of freedom and equality and a fightingsaint, Vemana was unique in many ways. Though less well-known than some other great saints of Mediaeval India like Kabir, Nanak and Chaitanya his teaching has much contemporary relevance, for he was a dreamer of One World and of the Brotherhood of Man.The writer of this monograph Sri V. R. Narla a veteran journalist and an author in Telgu…
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