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Don’t miss it! 35 Must Read Books for Every Indian

‘What is the need for this listing of Must read books for very Indian?‘ – You may ask. Well, the answer would be – ‘there are selected fiction/non-fiction books either written by Indians or written on any Indian subject, which should get the long due recognition and people must take the cognizance of such excellent literary content.’

Many forces are working day and night to influence the masses. Mainstream media, which is quite biased towards making a certain set of books popular due to vested interests.

So this is extremely and critically important for every Indian to be rightly informed and should know the truth by reading quality books about which probably you are not aware of. Few of them were banned by previous governments (primarily Congress govt).

These books are, not to missed for sure and covers the areas which include – biographies/autobiographies, history, contemporary, inspirational/motivational, fiction, spiritual, Indian pride, scientific/ entrepreneurial/political excellence, politics, Indian English literature etc.

This is our right to get the right information & there should be a free flow of information in order to ensure the accessibility of quality information for all. That is the reason we are enlisting these books for you.

These books are not to be missed for sure and covers the areas which include – biographies/autobiographies, history, contemporary, inspirational/motivational, fiction, spiritual, Indian pride, scientific/ entrepreneurial/political excellence, politics, Indian English literature etc.

This will be literally a treat for our mind and soul to read such literature. As of now, I am talking from India perspective only and the books I am listing here are either written by Indian author or written on India, which is not limited a specific thought of school.

We are enlisting the ‘Must Read Books for Every Indian’ and will get into details about the books.

Let’s go through the small journey:


  1. My Experiment with Truth by M.K. Gandhi
  2. Srimad Bhagwat Geeta
  3. Secret of the Veda (Guidance from Sri Aurobindo)
  4. The Man Who Knew Infinity: A Life of the Genius Ramanujan by Robert Kanigel
  5. Breaking India: Western Interventions in Dravidian and Dalit Faultlines by Rajiv Malhotra
  6. The land of Seven rivers: A brief history of India’s Geography
  7. Geetanjali by Rabindranath Tagore
  8. The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali by Edwin F. Bryant  (Author)
  9. Eminent HIstorians by Arun Shourie
  10. Raja Yoga by Swami Vivekananda
  11. The Shiva trilogy by Amish Tripathi
  12. Freedom at Midnight – Larry Collins & Dominique Lapierre.
  13. Siddhartha – Herman Hesse
  14. Salman Rushdie – Midnight’s Children
  15. Nirad C. Chaudhuri, The Autobiography of an Unknown Indian
  16. India Unbound by Guru Charan Das
  17. Rearming Hinduism by Vamsee Juluri
  18. Being different an Indian challenge to western Universalism
  19. Embracing the Best of East and West: My Spiritual Journey through Hinduism and Non-Duality to the God Self Within by Geeta Rao
  20. An Era Of Darkness by V.S. Naipaul
  21. I Too Had a Dream by Verghese Kurien (Autobiography)
  22. Academic Hinduphobia: A Critique of Wendy Doniger’s Erotic School of Indology
  23. Wings of Fire by APJ Abdul Kalaam
  24. Maximum City – Bombay lost and foundSuketu Mehta
  25. Kahani Communisto Ki: Khand 1 – 1917 Se 1964 Tak Vampanth Ka Chaal Charitra Aur Chehra
  26. Liberty or Death: India’s Journey to Independence and Division by Patrick French
  27. The True History and Religion Of India: A Concise Encyclopedia of Authentic Hinduism
  28. The Journey Home
  29. Being Mortal by Atul Gawande
  30. Be Here Now by Ramdass
  31. Prana and Pranayama by Swami S. Nirajanananda
  32. I Am That: Talks with Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
  33. Banaras City of Light
  34. A Fine Balance
  35. The Hungry Tide by Amitav Ghosh



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