Cited by The New York Times in 2008 as the biggest selling English language novelist in India’s history, Chetan Bhagat is author, screenwriter, columnist and TV personality.
He is known for Comedy-drama novels about young urban middle-class Indians.
India has been celebrated for its art, literature and writing since ancient times.
There are over twenty languages spoken in India and literature that includes over twenty of these languages.
She was a courageous woman who did not fear writing controversial texts during the pre-partition era.
She suffered through tough times during the partition of India which influenced her to write the Punjabi novel ‘Pinjar’ (skeleton) which describes the helplessness of the women during that era and the discrimination they had to go through.
Even though Tagore received his education in law he took great interest in Shakespeare and his literature.
Therefore following his works he became a poet and author. He is best known for his epic novel ‘The Suitable boy’.
His first poem ‘Mansai’ was published in 1890 after which he gained immense popularity amongst Bengali readers. Writer, essayist and political activist, Arundhati Roy, is best known for her novel The God of Small Things which won her the Man Booker Prize for Fiction in 1997.
His most significant works include ‘Gitanjali’ which was a collection of poems and ‘Galpaguchchha’ which are eighty short stories. Some of her other works include, The Algebra of Infinite Justice, Kashmir: The Case for Freedom and Capitalism: A Ghost Story.