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Best Loved Indian Stories Of The Century

Best Loved Indian Stories Of The Century

Volume 1

Chetna Bhat
,
Indira Srinivasan
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A selection of the most enjoyable and popular short stories from India. Best Loved Indian Stories brings together tales from different parts of the country that have enthralled readers of all ages. This volume, the first of two, represents the best English stories written by Indians in the twentieth century. In these twenty stories you will meet unforgettable characters like the inimitable Muni with his two goats in R.K. Narayan’s classic ‘A Horse and Two Goats’, the pious Vishnu in Khushwant Singh’s ‘The Mark of Vishnu’, the innocent basket-seller with the enchanting eyes in Ruskin Bond’s unforgettable ‘Night Train at Deoli’, the dying grandmother with her eccentric demands in Githa Hariharan’s ‘Remains of the Feast’ and many other men and women who have touched our lives over the generations. The authors included in this volume are: Anjana Appachana Anita Desai Attia Hosain Bharati Mukherjee Githa Hariharan K.A. Abbas Keki N. Daruwalla Khushwant Singh Manjula Padmanabhan Manoj Das Manohar Malgonkar Mulk Raj Anand Nayantara Sahgal Nergis Dalai Padma Hejrnadi R.K. Narayan Raja Rao Ruskin Bond Santha Rarna Rau Shashi Deshpande.

Imprint: India Penguin

Published: Oct/2000

ISBN: 9780140285086

Length : 256 Pages

MRP : ₹299.00

Best Loved Indian Stories Of The Century

Volume 1

Chetna Bhat
,
Indira Srinivasan

A selection of the most enjoyable and popular short stories from India. Best Loved Indian Stories brings together tales from different parts of the country that have enthralled readers of all ages. This volume, the first of two, represents the best English stories written by Indians in the twentieth century. In these twenty stories you will meet unforgettable characters like the inimitable Muni with his two goats in R.K. Narayan’s classic ‘A Horse and Two Goats’, the pious Vishnu in Khushwant Singh’s ‘The Mark of Vishnu’, the innocent basket-seller with the enchanting eyes in Ruskin Bond’s unforgettable ‘Night Train at Deoli’, the dying grandmother with her eccentric demands in Githa Hariharan’s ‘Remains of the Feast’ and many other men and women who have touched our lives over the generations. The authors included in this volume are: Anjana Appachana Anita Desai Attia Hosain Bharati Mukherjee Githa Hariharan K.A. Abbas Keki N. Daruwalla Khushwant Singh Manjula Padmanabhan Manoj Das Manohar Malgonkar Mulk Raj Anand Nayantara Sahgal Nergis Dalai Padma Hejrnadi R.K. Narayan Raja Rao Ruskin Bond Santha Rarna Rau Shashi Deshpande.

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Chetna Bhat

Indira Srinivasan