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Given below is a List of Popular Books and Authors :

Name of the BookName of the Author
‘Babur-Nama’Babur
‘Made in Japan’Akio Morita
‘Moon Walk’Michael Jackson
‘Sunny Days’Sunil Gavaskar
‘Wings of Fire’APJ Abdul Kalam
‘Ain-I-Akbari’ and ‘Akbarnama’Abul Fazal
‘Anand Math’Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay
‘Idols’Sunil Gavaskar
‘Triumph’Jacqueline Susan
‘To Live or not to Live’Nirad C Chaudhary
‘My Truth’Indira Gandhi
‘My Music, My Life’Pt. Ravi Shankar
‘Mother India’Katherine Mayo
‘Kumar Sambhava’Kalidas
‘If I Am Assassinated’Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
‘Is Paris Burning’Larry Collins and Dominique Lapiere
‘India Unbound’Guruchand Das
‘The Golden Gate’Vikram Seth
‘Golden Threshold’Sarojini Naidu
‘Origin of Species’Charles Darwin
‘The Comedy of Errors’William Shakespeare
‘Devdas’Sharat Chandra Chatterjee
‘Gone with the Wind’Margaret Mitchell
‘Hamlet’William Shakespeare
‘Indica’Magasthenese
‘The Importance of being Earnest’Oscar Wilde
‘Invisible Man’H. G. Wells
‘Julius Caesar’William Shakespeare
‘Kadambari’Banabhatt
‘Kamasutra’Vatsyayan
‘Kamayani’Jai Shankar Prasad
‘King Lear’William Shakespeare
‘Mahabharata’Ved Vyas
‘Meghdoot’Kalidas
‘Merchant of Venice’William Shakespeare
‘Diplomacy’Henry Kissenger
‘Das Capital’Karl Marx
‘Satyartha Prakash’Swami Dayanand
‘Man of Destiny’George Bernard Shaw
‘Geet Govinda’Jaya Dev
‘Voice of Conscience’V. V. Giri
‘Gitanjali’Rabindranath Tagore
‘Bharat Bharati’Maithali Saran Gupt
‘Wake up India’Annie Besant
‘A Passage to India’E. M. Foster
‘Indian Philosophy’S. Radhakrishnan
‘India Wins Freedom’ Abul Kalam Azad
‘India Divided’Dr. Rajendra Prasad
‘Hindu View of Life’S. Radhakrishnan
‘Discovery of India’Jawaharlal Nehru
‘Arthashastra’Kautilya
‘War and Peace’Leo Tolstoy
‘Panchtantra’Vishnu Sharma
‘Glimpses of World History’Jawaharlal Nehru
‘Gathering Storm’Winston Churchill
‘First Among Equals’Jeffrey Archer
‘Doctor’s Dilemma’George Bernard Shaw
‘District Diary’Jaswant Singh
‘Beyond Peace’Richard Nixon
‘Broken Wing’Sarojini Naidu
‘Between the Lines’Kuldip Nayar
‘All’s Well that Ends Well’William Shakespeare
‘Abhijnanshakuntalam’Kalidas
‘As You Like It’William Shakespeare
‘Ramcharita Manas’Tulsidas
‘Mudra Rakshasa’Vishakhadatta
‘Pride and Prejudice’Jane Austen
‘Raghuvamsa’Kalidas
‘Ramayana’Valmiki
‘Ratnavali’Harsha Vardhana
‘Romeo and Juliet’William Shakespeare
‘My Experiments with Truth’Mahatma Gandhi
‘Three Musketeers’Alexander Dumas
‘Time Machine’H. G. Wells
‘Uttara Ramcharita’Bhavabhuti
‘Vanity Fair’William Thackeray
‘Yama’Mahadevi Verma
‘Untouchable’Mulk Raj Anand
‘The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer’Siddhartha Mukherjee
‘Wide Angle’Anil Kumble
‘An Uncertain Glory: India and Its Contradictions’Amartya Sen & Jean Dreze
‘Dare To Do! For The New Generation’Kiran Bedi
‘Dhyan Chand-The Wizard of Hockey’Luis Fernandes
‘Gandhi Before India’Ramchandra Guha
‘Half A Rupee Stories’Gulzar
‘How Not To Make Money’Raj Kundra
‘I am Malala’Malala Yousafzai
‘Maharani’Ruskin Bond
‘My Journey Transforming Dreams Into Actions’Abdul Kalam
‘The Race of My Life’Milkha Singh
‘Satyagraha – The Story Behind Revolution’Prakash Jha
‘The Lowland’Jhumpa Lahiri

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