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1. A Gift of Monotheists
Ram Mohan Roy

2. A House for Mr.Biswas
V.S.Naipaul

3. A Journey
Tony Blair

4. A Minister and his Responsibilities
Morarji Bhai Desai

5. A Nation is Making
Surendra Nath Bandhopadhye

6. A Pair of Blue Eyes
Thomash Hardy

7. A Passage to India
E. M. Foster

8. A Revenue Stamp
Amrita Pritam

9. A Strange and Sublime Address
Amit Choudhary

10. A Suitable Boy
Bikram Seth

11. A Tale of Two Cities
Charls Dikens

12. A Voice of Freedom
Nayantara Shehgal

13. A week with Gandhi
L. Fischer

14. Adventures of Sherlock Homes
Arther Canon Doel

15. All the Prime Minister’s Men
Janardan Thakur

16. Allahabad Prasasti
Harisen

17. Amitabh- the Making of the Superstar
Susmita Das Gupta

18. Amukta Malyad
Krishna Deva Raya

19. An Unknown Indian
Nirod C. Choudhary

20. Anand Math
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhaye

21. Anna Karenina
Leo Tolstoy

22. Aparajito
Bibhuti Bhushan Bandopadhyay

23. Apple Cart
G. B. Shaw

24. Aranyak
Bibhuti Bhushan Bandopadhyay

25. Arogyaniketan
Tarashankar Bandopadhyay

26. Astyadhaye
Panini

27. Bakul Katha
Ashapurna Devi

28. Ban Palashir Padabali
Ramapada Chowdhury

29. Bandit Queen
Mala Sen

30. Bela Obela Kalbela
Jibanananda Das

31. Bengali Zamindar
Nilmoni Mukherjee

32. Bicramanchadev
Bilhon

33. Blind Beauty
Boris Pasternak

34. Buddhacharit
Asha Ghosh

35. Captive Lady
Michel Madhusudan Dutta

36. Causes of the Indian Mutiny
Sir Syyed Ahmed Khan

37. Charitraheen
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay

38. Chidambara
S. N. Panth

39. Circle of the Region
Amitabha Ghosh

40. City of Job Charnak
Nisith Ranjan Roy

41. Commedy Errors
Shekhspear

42. Conversations with Myself
Nelson Mandela

43. Coolie
Mulkraj Anand

44. Crisis of India
Ronal Segal

45. Das Capital
Karl Marks

46. Death of President
W. Marchent

47. Decamaren
Bocachio

48. Desert Village
Oliver Goldsmith

49. Devdas
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay

50. Development as Freedom
Amartya Sen

51. Devi Chaudharani
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhaye

52. Divine Comedy
Dante

53. Divine Life
Sivanand

54. Economic History of India
Ramesh Chandra Dutta

55. End and Means
Huxlay

56. Faust
Goethe

57. Ferary Queen
Edmond Spensar

58. Freedom at Midnight
Lapierre & Collins

59. Friend Not Master
Ayub Khan

60. Far from the Madding Crowd
Thomas Hardy

61. Arthashastra
Kautilya

62. Ain-i-Akbari
Abul Fazal

63. Akbar-Nama
Abul Fazal

64. Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Arthur Conan Doyle

65. Adventures of Tom Saweyer
Mark Twain

66. Agni Veena
Kazi Nasrul Islam

67. Alice in Wonderland
Lewis Carrol

68. Ancient Mariner
Coleridge

69. Animal Farm
George Orwell

70. Antony and Cleopatra
Shakespeare

71. Arms and the Man
G.B.Shaw

72. Around the World in eighty days
Jules Verne

73. Baburnama
Babur

74. Ben Hur
Lewis Wallace

75. Bhagwat Gita
Ved Vyas

76. Bisarjan
R.N.Tagore

77. Canterbury Tales
Chaucer

78. Chitra
R.N.Tagore

79. Count of Monte Cristo
Alexander Dumas

80. Crime and Punishment
Dostoevsky

81. Das Kapital
Karl Marx

82. Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde
Stevenson

83. Don Quixote
Cervantes

84. Dr.Zhivago
Boris Pasternak

85. For whom the Bell Tolls
Ernest Hemingway

86. Forsyte Saga
John Galsworthy

87. Gathering Storm
Winston Churchill

88. Geet Govind
Jaya Dev

89. Gora
R.N. Tagore

90. Avigyan Sakuntalam
Kalidas

91. A Dangerous place
D.P. Moynihan

92. David Copperfield
Charles Dickens

93. Geetanjali
Rabindra Nath Tagore

94. Gulliver’s Travels
Jonathan Swift

95. Le Contract Social
Jean Jacques Rousseau

96. One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovitch
Alexander Solzhenitsyn

97. The Merchant of venice
William shakespeare

98. The Moon and Six pense
Somerset Maughan

99. Pilgrim’s Progress from this world to that which is to come
John Bunyan

100. Origin of species
Charles Darwin

101. The Vicar of Wakefield
Oliver Goldsmith

102. The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
Edward Gibbon

103. The Lady of the Last Minstrel
Sir Walter Scott

104. Time Machine
H.G. Wells

105. Shakuntala
Kalidas

106. Raghuvamsa
Kalidas

107. Hamlet
Shakespeare

108. Harsha Charit
Bana Bhatt

109. Hunchback of Notre Dame
Victor Hugo

110. Illiad
Homer

111. Invisible Man
H.G.Wells

112. Ivanhoe
Walter Scott

113. Kadambari
Bana Bhatt

114. King Lear
Shakespeare

115. Kumar Sambhav
Kalidas

116. Last Days of Pompeii
Bulwar Lytton

117. Les Miserable
Victor Hugo

118. Mahabharata
Vyas

119. Meghdut
Kalidas

120. Odyssey
Homer

121. Oliver Twist
Charles Dickens

122. Othello
Shakespeare

123. Panchatantra
Vishnu Sharma

124. Pickwick Papers
Charles Dickens

125. Plague
Albert Camus

126. The Post Office
R.N.Tagore

127. Principia
Issac Newton

128. Ramayana
Valmiki

129. Robinson Crusoe
Daniel Defoe

130. Shah Nama
Firdausi

131. Three Musketeers
Alexander Dumas

132. The Tempest
Shakespeare

133. Tom Sawyer
Mark Twain

134. Ulysses
James Joyce

135. Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Mrs.Harriet Stowe

136. Waste Land
T.S.Eliot

137. Nineteen Eighty-four
George Orwell

138. Sunny Days
Sunil Gavaskar

139. Arabian Nights
Sir Richard Burton

140. Silas Marner
George Eliot

141. Bachelor of Arts
R.K.Narayan

142. China Passage
John Kenneth Galbraith

143. A Voice For Freedom
Nayantara Saigal

144. A Woman’s Life
Guy de Maupassaut

145. Age of Reason
Jean Paul Sartre

146. Asian Drama
Gunnar Myrdal

147. The Bubble
Mulk Raj Anand

148. The Castle
Franz Kalka

149. Chandalika
Rabindra Nath Tagore

150. The Class
Erich Byron

151. The Clown
Heinrich Boll

152. Comedy of Errors
William Shakespeare

153. Communist Manifesto
Karl Marx

154. Confessions
Jean Jacques Rousseau

155. The Court Dancer
Rabindra Nath Tagore

156. Death of a City
Amrita Pritam

157. Decline and Fall of the Roman
Edward Gibbon Empire

158. Essays of Gita
Sir Aurobindo Ghosh

159. French Revolution
Thomas Carlyle

160. Ganadevata
Tara Shankar Bandopadhyaya

161. Glimpses of World History
Jawaharlal Nehru

162. The Godfather
Mario Puzo

163. Grammar of Politics
Harold T.Laski

164. Hungry Stones
Rabindra Nath Tagore

165. Jurassik Park
Michael Crichton

166. Richard Nixon
Leaders

167. Mahatma Gandhi
Romain Rolland

168. The Masters
C.P.Shaw

169. My Truth
Indira Gandhi

170. Old Man and the Sea
Earnest Hemingway

171. The Other Side of Midnight
Sindye Sheldon

172. Sons and Lovers
D.H.Lawrence

173. Treasure Island
R.L.Stevenson

174. Valley of Dolls
Jacqueline Susann

175. Wealth of Nations
Adam Smith

176. Ganadebota
Tarashankar Bandopadhyay

177. Gathering Strom
Churchil

178. Gaurdbaho
Bakpatiraj

179. Ghulam Giri
Jyotiba Phule

180. Global Crisis Recession and Uneven Recovery
Y.B. Reddy

181. Great Indian and Their Landmark Speeches
Manohar and Sarita Prabhakar

182. Guide
R. K. Narayanan

183. Half a life
V. S. Naipaul

184. Hero of Nymph
Aurobindo Ghosh

185. Hind Swaraj
M. K. Gandhi

186. Hindu View of Life
S. Radhakrishnan

187. Historica
Herodotus

188. I follow the Mahatma
K. M. Munshi

189. I Van Ho
Walter Scot

190. Ignited Minds – Unleashing the power within India
DR. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

191. In an Antique Land
Amitabh Ghosh

192. India 2020 – A Vision for the New Millennium
DR. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

193. India Divided
Rajendra Prashad

194. India for A Billion Reasons
Amit Dasgupta

195. India Wins Freedom
Abdul Kalam Azad

196. Indian Epigraphy
D. C. Sircar

197. Indian Village
S. C. Dube

198. Indian war and Independence
D. V. Savarkar

199. Indica
Megasthenis

200. Infinite Jest
David Foster Wallace

201. Inheritance of Loss
Kiran Desai

202. Jalsaghar
Tarashankar Bandopadhyay

203. Jhara Palak
Jibanananda Das

204. Jinnah- India, Partition, Independence
Jaswant Singh

205. Jungle Book
R. Kippling

206. Kanterbary Tells
Geofray Chosar

207. Kidnapped
Stevenson

208. Kubla Khan
Coleridge

209. Lalit Bihar
Ashwa Ghosh

210. Life Divine
Aurobindo Ghosh

211. Mahabhashya
Patanjali

212. Man and Superman
G. B. Shaw

213. Midnight Children
Salman Rushdi

214. Mitakshara
Vijnaneswara

215. Modernization of Indian Tradition
Yogendra Singh

216. Mother
Maxim Gorkay

217. Mother India
Katharin Mayo

218. Murder in Cathedral
Elliot

219. My Country My Life
Lal Krishna Advani

220. My Experiments With Truth
M. K. Gandhi

221. My Indian Years
Lord Hardinge II

222. My Journey
DR. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

223. Myth of Independence
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto

224. Neel Darpan
Dinbandhu Mitra

225. Netaji Dead or Alive
Samar Guha

226. New India
Annie Besant

227. One Night at the Call Centre
Chetan Bhagat

228. Padma Nadir Majhi
Manik Bandopadhyay

229. Pakhtoon
Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan

230. Palli Samaj
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay

231. Paradise Lost
John Milton

232. Parineeta
Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay

233. Pather Panchali
Bibhuti Bhushan Bandopadhaye

234. Poverty & Un-British Rule in India
Dadabhai Naoroji

235. Pratham Pratisruti
Ashapurna Devi

236. Precepts of Jesus
Ram Mohan Roy

237. Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen

238. Principles of Sociology
Herbert Spencer

239. Prison Diary
Jay Prakash Narayan

240. Problems of the East
Lord Curzon

241. Putul Nacher Itikatha
Manik Bandopadhyay

242. Races and Cultures of India
D. N. Majumdar

243. Rajtarangini
Kalhan

244. Ramcharit
S. K. Nandi

245. Rashmirathi
Ramdhari Singh Dinkar

246. River of Smoke
Amitav Ghosh

247. Saket
Mathili Saran Gupta

248. Satyarth Prakash
Swami Dayanand

249. Shadow Line
Amitabh Ghosh

250. Shadow of Ladakh
B. Bhattacharia

251. Shape of Things To Come
H. G. Wells

252. Sitaram
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhaye

253. Social Structure of Values
Radha Kamal Mukherjee

254. Straight from the Heart
Kapil Dev

255. Subarnalata
Ashapurna Devi

256. Tahakak – E – Hind
Albiruni

257. Talisman
Walter Scott

258. The Algebra of Infinite Justice
Arundhati Roy

259. The Bandit Queen
Mala Sen

260. The City of Joy
Dhominic Lapier

261. The Discovery of India
Jawahar Lal Nehru

262. The God of Small Things
Arundhuti Roy

263. The Harry Potter Series
J. K. Rowling

264. The Indian Struggle
Subash Chandra Bose

265. The Indian War of Independence
V. D. Savarkar

266. The Inheritance of Loss
Kiran Desai

267. The Judgement
Kuldip Nayar

268. The Masque of Africa
V. S. Naipaul

269. The Miracle of Democracy: India’s Amazing Journey
Mr. T. S. Krishnamurthy

270. The Nadars of Tamil Nadu
D. N. Dhanagre

271. The Nehrus; Motilal and Jawaharlal
B. R. Nanda

272. The Prince
Maciavaly

273. The Rediscovery of India
Meghnad Desai

274. The Satanic Verse
Salman Rushdi

275. The Science of Bharat Natyam
Saroja Vaidyanathan

276. The Sense of an Ending
Julian Barnes

277. The Silent Cry
Kenjaburo Ue

278. The Spirit of Islam
Syyed Amir Ali

279. The Village By the Sea
Anita Desai

280. The White Tiger
Aravind Adiga

281. Theory of Relativity
Einstein

282. Three Marketiars
Alexander Doma

283. To all fighters of freedom, Why Socialism?
J. P. Narayan

284. Truth, Love and A Little Malice
Khushwant Singh

285. Two Leaves and a Bud
Mulkraj Anand

286. Two Lives
Vikram Seth

287. Unhappy India
Lala Lajpat Rai

288. Urbashi
R. D. Dinkar

289. Utopia
Thomas Moor

290. Vision of the Past
Michel Madhusudan Dutta

291. Volga Se Ganga
Rahul Sankritayan

292. War and Peace
Tolstoy

293. What Congress and Gandhi have done to the untouchables
B. R. Ambedkar

294. Wings of Fire
DR. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

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