A lot of books have been written about India, and not all of them are good books.
Many of the best books about India in the world are from countries with relatively low literacy rates, or books that have little to no historical context, so it’s hard to know which books are truly good.
But if you’re looking for a good read for your Indian friend, there are a lot of excellent books available for you.
Here are 10 books about Indian culture that are available for purchase in India.10.
The Mango, by V. V. NarasimhanThe book was first published in 1962 and was published in the US by Penguin.
It was later republished by Penguin in the UK in 2006, but has been completely re-released for India, as it was a popular book back in India when it was first written.
The book was originally published in English in the 1960s and has been translated into a number of languages, including Bengali, Punjabi, Gujarati, Telugu and Hindi.
Read more about The Mangoes book here.9.
The Story of Meghalaya, by R.N. SharmaThe story of Meghan, a young Indian girl, who travels to the West Indies and is adopted by an American family, is set in the 19th century, and has a very strong narrative.
It’s the story of a young girl who, when she goes to live in England, is forced to leave her parents and live with her foster parents.
The film also features a lot Indian voices, and was released in India in 2015.
My Mother and Her Boyfriend, by K.K. ShettyThe story is set around a boy, played by Rakesh Sharma, who comes from a very poor family and is raised by his grandmother.
His mother is a single mother, and his father, played in the film by Amitabh Bachchan, is an alcoholic.
The two men go on a journey and discover that they’re meant to be married.
Read the full story here.8.
A Good Year, by H.K., a.k.a.
Kunal Bahl, author of The Man from Lakhimpur (published in 2002)The story takes place in the 21st century, when many Indians have become literate, and this has made them very comfortable with the technology.
The story follows a young couple from Lalkuthar, a town in Madhya Pradesh, who have decided to travel to Chennai.
However, a man from another town who has moved in comes to Lalkuz, a small town in Tamil Nadu, and steals their luggage, which they later return to.
Read about the book here, and read more about Kunal in our review of the book.7.
The Good, by S.R. RamachandranThe story follows the life of a man, Srinivasan, a senior engineer from Bihar who is assigned to a construction site.
Srin, a highly intelligent man, is able to quickly understand the needs of the workers, but also has an uncanny ability to get them to do his bidding.
He is also very good at using his power of persuasion, and can be quite persuasive in his dealings with people.
The author also features many Indians in his book, including Srin himself.
Read his full story in our interview with Srin here.6.
My Name is Arjun, by L.
K Salih, authorof The Path of a Soldier and The Path to Peace (published 2014)In the story, Arjun is a young officer stationed in the Indian army in 1947.
When he discovers that his father has been murdered by his brother, he goes to a war memorial in the town to pay his respects.
He meets a woman named Arjuna, a widow and mother of three who has been separated from her husband, and they share a very special bond.
The relationship between the two leads to them making a promise to each other that they will meet again.
Read our review here.5.
A Man in India, by A.
Ramesh, authorOf course, the best stories about India come from the states and tribal areas.
The best books from the West are not necessarily written by Indians, but by writers from the tribal regions.
Some of these are written by people who lived in the states or who came to study in the universities.
For example, Ramachandra Guha’s book My Name in India is one of the most widely-read books in the country.
Read it here.4.
The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, by Manu DuttA classic of Indian literature, this book is about a young woman who wanders the world from one village to the next.
She is called Madha and her story is told in a series of short chapters that tell her stories and make her relate to other people.
Read this story in its entirety here.3.
The Road to Mandal