09 July, 2016

Important Books and their authors

My experiments with Truth – Mahatma M.K.Gandhi
Far from the Madding Crowd – Thomas Hardy
Geetanjali – Rabindra Nath Tagore
One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich – Alexander Solzhenitsyn
The Merchant of Venice – William Shakespeare
The Moon and Six pence – Somerset Maughan
Pilgrim’s Progress from this world to that which is to come – John Bunyan
A Tale of Two Cities – Charles Dickens
Utopia – Sir Thomas Moor
Origin of species- Charles Darwin
David Copperfield – Charles Dickens
A passage to India – E.M.Forster
Gulliver’s Travels -Jonathan Swift
Discovery of India – Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
The Vicar of Wakefield – Oliver Goldsmith
The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire – Edward Gibbon
The Lady of the Last Minstrel – Sir Walter Scott
Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen
Time Machine- H.G. Wells
Arthashastra – Kautilya
Le Contract Social – Jean Jacques Rousseau
Avigyan Sakuntalam –Kalidas
Anand Math – Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay
Mein Kampf -Adolf Hitler
Ain-i-Akbari- Abul Fazal – Akbar-Nama Abul Fazal
Shakuntala – Kalidas
War and peace – Leo Tolstoy
A Dangerous place – D.P. Moynihan
Raghuvamsa – Kalidas
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – Arthur Conan Doyle
Adventures of Tom Saweyer – Mark Twain
Agni Veena – Kazi Nazrul Islam
Alice in Wonderland – Lewis Carrol
Ancient Mariner – Coleridge
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
Baburnama – Babur
Ben Hur – Lewis Wallace
Bhagwat Gita – Ved Vyas
Bisarjan – R.N.Tagore
Canterbury Tales – Chaucer
Chitra – R.N.Tagore
Count of Monte Cristo- Alexander Dumas
Crime and Punishment- Dostoevsky
Das Kapital- Karl Marx
Divine Comedy- Dante
Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde- Stevenson
Don Quixote- Cervantes
Dr.Zhivago- Boris Pasternak
For whom the Bell Tolls – Ernest Hemingway
Forsyte Saga- John Galsworthy
Freedom at Midnight – Dominique Lapierre
Gathering Storm- Winston Churchill
Geet Govind- Jaya Dev
Gora- R.N. Tagore
Hamlet – Shakespeare
Harsha Charit- Bana Bhatt
Hunchback of Notre Dame- Victor Hugo
Hungry Stones – R.N.Tagore
Illiad- Homer
Invisible Man- H.G.Wells
Ivanhoe Walter – Scott
Jungle Book- Rudyard Kipling
Kadambari- Bana Bhatt
Kidnapped- R.L.Stevenson
Kumar Sambhav- Kalidas
Mahabharata- Vyas
Man and Superman – G.B.Shaw
Meghdut – Kalidas
Mother – Maxim Gorky
Odyssey Homer
The Post Office – R.N.Tagore
Principia – Issac Newton
Ramayana -Valmiki
The Tempest Shakespeare
Sunny Days – Sunil Gavaskar
The One Day Wonders – Sunil Gavaskar
Bachelor of Arts – R.K.Narayan
Chandalika – Rabindra Nath Tagore
Comedy of Errors – William Shakespeare
Glimpses of World History – Jawaharlal Nehru
Guide – R.K.Narayan
Hindu View of Life – Dr.S.Radha Krishnan
Hungry Stones – Rabindra Nath Tagore
India Divided – Dr.Rajendra Prasad
My Truth – Indira Gandhi
Wealth of Nations – Adam Smith

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