11 Best Books to Read at Least Once In Your Lifetime

Best books to read, 11 best books you must read once in your lifetime.

 

Hello friends, as you know how important books are in our lives. Books are the ones that help us get out of every difficult moment. Most people are very fond of reading books, but they spend most of their time just searching for books. So that this precious time of all those people should not be wasted, that’s why today we have brought a list of the best books worth reading for all of you. We are going to tell you the names of all these 11 books in this post. So you must read this post completely.

 

11 Best Books to Read

 

1. The Story Of My Experiments With The Truth by M. K. Gandhi

 

In this book you will first learn about his journey. Then he expresses his views on experiments in this book and says that it is very difficult to do experiments with truth. And the reason why Mahatma Gandhi was a Mahatma is that he completed all his experiments with truth. In this book you will find his own views.

 

2. The Guide by R. K. Narayan

 

The Guide is a novel by the great English novelist RK Narayan. It is his most famous novel and this novel has received tremendous appreciation in the country and abroad. His work is based on Malgudi. The novel has the story of a general guide named Raju becoming a spiritual guide.

 

3. Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie

 

Midnight Children is a novel written by Salman Rushdie. The craft of this novel is based on magical realism. Midnight Children is based on post-independence events. The protagonist and main character of this story is Salim Sinai.

 

4. A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry

 

This book highlights the changes in Indian society from the independence of 1947 to the Emergency imposed by Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Chiefly Mistry is a critic of Indira Gandhi in this book. The characters, from diverse backgrounds, are brought together by economic forces changing India.

 

5. The Interpreter Of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri

 

The story centers around a day in the life of an Indian tour guide, Mr. Kapasi. An Indian-American family has come to India on vacation, obtaining his services as their guide.

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6. A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth

 

“A Suitable Boy” published in 1993, is a novel by Vikram Seth. It is the longest novel ever published in a single volume in the English language. This novel is set in a newly post- independence, post- partition India.The novel follows the story of four families over a period of 18 months, and centres on Mrs. Rupa Mehra’s efforts to arrange the marriage of her younger daughter, Lata, to a suitable boy.

 

7. God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy

 

It is a story about the childhood experiences of fraternal twins whose lives are destroyed by the “Love Laws” that lay down “who should be loved, and how. And how much.” The book explores how the small things affect peoples behaviour and their lives. It won the Booker Prize in 1997.

 

8. The Inheritance of Loss by Amitav Ghosh

Kiran Desai’s brilliant novel, published to huge acclaim, is a story of joy and despair. Her characters face numerous choices that majestically illuminate the consequences of colonialism as it collides with the modern world.

 

9. The Private Life of an Indian Prince by Mulk Raj Anand

The Private Life of an Indian Prince is a novel by Mulk Raj Anand first published in 1953. The book is classified as one of Anand’s most impressive and important works. This book deals with the abolition of the princely states system in India.

10. Red Earth and Pouring Rain by Vikram Chandra

 

Combining Indian myths, epic history, and the story of three college kids in search of America, a narrative includes the monkey’s story of an Indian poet and warrior and an American road novel of college students driving cross-country.

11. The Glass Palace by Amitav Ghosh

Set in Burma during the British invasion of 1885, this masterly novel tells the story of Rajkumar, a poor boy lifted on the tides of political and social chaos, who goes on to create an empire in the Burmese teak forest. The struggles that have made Burma, India, and Malaya the places they are today are illuminated in this wonderful novel.

 

Conclusion: Best Books to Read

 

So friends, in this post you have received a list of all the 11 best books that you must read at least once in your life. We hope you liked this post, and if you want to ask us some questions or if you have any valuable suggestions for us, then you can use the comment box. Thanks for reading the “Best Books to Read” post to the end.

 

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6. A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth

 

“A Suitable Boy” published in 1993, is a novel by Vikram Seth. It is the longest novel ever published in a single volume in the English language. This novel is set in a newly post- independence, post- partition India.The novel follows the story of four families over a period of 18 months, and centres on Mrs. Rupa Mehra’s efforts to arrange the marriage of her younger daughter, Lata, to a suitable boy.

 

7. God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy

 

It is a story about the childhood experiences of fraternal twins whose lives are destroyed by the “Love Laws” that lay down “who should be loved, and how. And how much.” The book explores how the small things affect peoples behaviour and their lives. It won the Booker Prize in 1997.

 

8. The Inheritance of Loss by Amitav Ghosh

Kiran Desai’s brilliant novel, published to huge acclaim, is a story of joy and despair. Her characters face numerous choices that majestically illuminate the consequences of colonialism as it collides with the modern world.

 

9. The Private Life of an Indian Prince by Mulk Raj Anand

The Private Life of an Indian Prince is a novel by Mulk Raj Anand first published in 1953. The book is classified as one of Anand’s most impressive and important works. This book deals with the abolition of the princely states system in India.

10. Red Earth and Pouring Rain by Vikram Chandra

 

Combining Indian myths, epic history, and the story of three college kids in search of America, a narrative includes the monkey’s story of an Indian poet and warrior and an American road novel of college students driving cross-country.

11. The Glass Palace by Amitav Ghosh

Set in Burma during the British invasion of 1885, this masterly novel tells the story of Rajkumar, a poor boy lifted on the tides of political and social chaos, who goes on to create an empire in the Burmese teak forest. The struggles that have made Burma, India, and Malaya the places they are today are illuminated in this wonderful novel.

 

Conclusion: Best Books to Read

 

So friends, in this post you have received a list of all the 11 best books that you must read at least once in your life. We hope you liked this post, and if you want to ask us some questions or if you have any valuable suggestions for us, then you can use the comment box. Thanks for reading the “Best Books to Read” post to the end.

 

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