Top 7 Books That Every Indian Should Read Atleast Once In Life

Prashant Mishra

"The God of Small Things" by Arundhati Roy

takes us on a journey of love, loss, and social hierarchy, all set against the backdrop of the lush Kerala landscape.

Criminal Justice "Train to Pakistan" by Khushwant Singh

Set in a small village on the India-Pakistan border, this book offers a gripping narrative that captures the pain and turmoil of that era.

Ponniyin Selvan" by Kalki Krishnamurthy

This historical novel brings to life the intrigue, politics, and romance of that era, making it a must-read for history enthusiasts.

"Aarachar" by K.R. Meera

 Set in Kerala, this novel explores the life of a hangman and delves into themes of justice, morality, and redemption.

"Gora" by Rabindranath Tagore

This novel delves into the complexities of identity, religion, and nationalism, making it a thought-provoking read for all.

Khasakkinte Itihasam" by O.V. Vijayan

This novel takes us on a philosophical journey through the life of a protagonist who seeks solace in a remote village.

Daredevil "Rangbhoomi" by Munshi Premchand

takes us into the world of theater and politics, shedding light on societal issues and human nature.