Manju Kapur Books | Here are some of books by author Manju Kapur

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

“MANJU KAPUR” is notable Author of India born in Amritsar. She completes her M.A. from the “Dalhousie University” Canada 1972 and later M. Phil from Delhi University. She won the “Commonwealth writers’prize” for her first novel “DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS” in 1999 and “The Immigrant” novel shortlisted for “DSC PRIZE FOR SOUTH ASIAN LITERATURE” in 2011. Now we will see some of important books of Manju Kapur-

1. DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS

GENRE – FICTION
PAGES – 280
STORY –

Manju Kapur in this book tells the story at the time of partition. The central character of this novel is “Virmati”, a woman who born in high moral or intellectual value household and tangled among the family duties. But she has own dreams and also in love with the professor who is already married that makes her family against her. Later she gets married to him but as the movies, this story does not end with a happy ending. it is ahead of this where Virmati faces lots of challenges that make this book outstanding.


2. THE IMMIGRANT

GENRE – HISTORICAL FICTION
PAGES – 330
STORY –

This is the story of NINA “A 30-year-old woman” teaches in college, India and “Ananda”, A Dentist, lives in Halifax, Canada, has settled there wants to get marry then his sister advise his to do arrange a marriage with the “Nina”. This proposal is unexpected for Nina but still, she gets marry with him and start her new life with him in Canada. On the contrary, solving the problems of the couple these increases especially of Nina who finds the truth about her husband (sexually and emotionally) and except this, there are more complexities in her life that she never expected. This novel of Manju Kapur is the conscientious exploration of marriage which surprised the Reader.


Kamla Das Books List

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
 

Kamla Das is one of the outstanding poets of India. She was born on March 31, 1934 in Malabar in Kerala. Influenced by her uncle, she began writing poetry at an early age. Let us discuss some of books of Kamla Das:

1. My Story:

Genre: Biography & Autobiography

This book is a beautiful story of women’s understanding with respect to the relationships, how she manages magnificently. In this book, she drew admirers especially when it came to the way in which she chose to live her life and sheer courage of conviction. Her writing style will inspire readers to infuse life into them.


2. Selected Poems

In this book, Kamla Das explores of love and betrayal. A rigorous selection from her oeuvre-six published volumes. It sheds much light upon the author, her conditions and the major themes of the poems. This book will make you a poetry lover, if you are not till yet.


Anurag Mathur Famous Books

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

“ANURAG MATHUR” is Indian Author and journalist who was born in New Delhi. He did his education from Scindia School, Gwalior, completed his bachelor’s degree from St. Stephen College, Delhi and master’s degree from the “University Of Tulsa”. He has written many books and well known for his “The Inscrutable Americans” novel. Let us check some important books of Anurag Mathur-

1. THE INSCRUTABLE AMERICANS

GENRE – FICTION / NOVEL
PAGES – 249
STORY –

This is a comical book of Anurag Mathur. Characters of this book entertain us especially “Gopal” protagonist of this novel. Gopal goes to America to the study of chemical engineering but as soon as he arrived there, he starts to bewilder. He also doesn’t know English that creates an embarrassing situation for him but somehow he managed that. Except these all are, he also sees dark side of America that he never expected. He spends one year in America and he comes back to the country where he meets with a girl in an aeroplane and tells her to all adventures of his life. This is a hilarious must-read book.


2. THE DEPARTMENT OF DENIALS

GENRE – NOVEL
PAGES – 184
STORY-

The Department Of Denials is another wonderful book of Anurag Mathur, which will not let you down. This is the story of “Baber” a young man who struggles in the world to make his own career and identity. He wants to be a Journalist but the story turns when Minister “Balak Kumar” faced lots of allegation from the opposition and decisively centralize all denials under “The Department Of Denials”.


3. MAKING THE MINISTER SMILE

GENRE – FICTION
PAGES – 220
STORY –

This is an Amazing book by Anurag Mathur which make us laugh and loud. This book tells the story of “Chris Stark a former football player of America” and his family who enter into business with the collaboration of Indian company but later they face a lot of problems like – Labor trouble, political intervention, love affairs and except this many more and in last they able to present solution of these problems which makes Minister smile.


Top 3 Napoleon Hill Books

ABOUT AUTHOR

NAPOLEON HILL was an acclaimed self-help American author born in the 19th century in Virginia. Hill’s “Think And Grow Rich” book got astounding success and include in all-time best selling list of the 20th century and brought name and fame for the “Napoleon”. This post will help you to know about the “NAPOLEON” books-

1. THINK AND GROW RICH

GENRE – NON-FICTION, SELF-HELP
PAGES – 251
STORY –

This is the biggest seller book of “Napoleon” and sold around 100 million copies across the world. In this book, “Napoleon” philosophy urge that what you Imagine and think you can do that and bring to a successful end to your efforts. Hill writes 13 steps also in this book which you can follow and reach the great heights. This is the best self-help book for those who want to do his business and want to become an entrepreneur.


2. SUCCESS THROUGH A POSITIVE MENTAL ATTITUDE

GENRE – SELF-HELP BOOK
PAGES – 275
STORY –

This book ( published in 1959) is written by “NAPOLEON HILL” along with “W CLEMENT STONE”, CEO of combined insurance, which builds upon the concept of “POSITIVE MENTAL ATTITUDE” book written by Napoleon Hill in 1937. Both the great personality in this extraordinary book explains about the “RIGHT ATTITUDE” or “OPTIMISTIC DISPOSITION” in every circumstance in one’s life bring about an intended result despite adverse situations. This is the mind-blowing book of these two writers who come together to wrote this and taught to the world everything depends on our thinking.


3. THE LAW OF SUCCESS

GENRE – NON-FICTION
PAGES – 500+
STORY –

“THE LAW OF SUCCESS” is the collection of 16 original principles published in 1928. Andrew Carnegie” select Napoleon hill to understand the behavior and attitude of a successful person to teach the coming generation. This book is very helpful for the individuals who want to do something in their life.


Maya Angelou Books Must Read

ABOUT AUTHOR

MAYA ANGELOU is first African-American Lady who makes history by her first Non-Fiction Bestseller memoir “I KNOW WHY THE CAGED BIRD SINGS”. Angelou was born on 4 April 1928 and known as American Author Civil Rights Activists, Poet, Actress, Screen-Writer, journalist, Dancer, Singer. Mayo has a widespread reputation for her seven autobiographies series and won numerous awards and 50 above honorary degrees in her career. Now know about her work as an Author-

1. I KNOW THE WHY CAGED BIRD SINGS

GENRE – AUTOBIOGRAPHY
PAGES – 245
STORY –

“I Know The Why Caged Bird Sings” is the first volume of seven autobiographies series of Maya. This book starts when Maya and her brother sent to her grandmother’s house by her mother at the age of 3. In this book Maya eloquently explains how she gets rid of fetters from “Racism” and prejudice and this book ends when Maya give a birth a child become the mother at the age of 16. This is very powerful, poignant and poetic book of Maya which touch the hearts of Readers.


2. MOM AND ME & MOM

GENRE – AUTOBIOGRAPHY
PAGES – 225
STORY –

In MOM & ME & MOM Maya disclose the relationship with her mother, “VIVIAN BAXTER”. In this last book of Autobiographies series Maya explain why her mother sent her to the grandmother home Stamps, Arkansas and later reunion with her mother after a decade which raised Mayo from the bottomless depths to the unmeasurable heights.


3. ON THE PULSE OF MORNING

GENRE – POEM
PAGES – 32
STORY –

This is Maya’s Autobiographical poem in which she talks that individuals can be achieve anything that they want nevertheless odd situation. She read this poem on 20 January 1993 at the first inauguration of President “Bill Clinton” and become the second person to read the poem at the presidential inauguration. For this poem, she also won the “GRAMMY AWARD” in the “best-spoken word” category in 1994.


Famous books of Sunetra Gupta

ABOUT AUTHOR

Sunetra Gupta is an acclaimed novelist and scientist. In 2009, she was the winner of the Royal Society Rosalind Franklin Award for her Scientific Achievements. So Good in Black which was longlisted for the DSC prize for South Asian Literature. Here we will discuss some of her books:

1.Memories of Rain: A Novel

This novel is about a lady Moni who is ready for experiences beyond the cloistered life and falls for sophisticated British student. This book tells you thick slices of experience slathered with the truths of human feelings.


2. A Sin of Color

This book tells you the story of three generations and of a house of Calcutta called Mandalay and is about the choices made by its two protagonists, Debendranath Roy and his niece Niharika during two different time, when both are in their late youth. Both are victims of unrequited love, this colors their lives profoundly, eventually leading them to their sins.


3. So Good in Black

This book tells you about the American travel writer Max Gate who is coming back to India after 15 years to attend the funeral of a prominent advocacy journalist. The primary focus of the novel is on the all-consuming and compelling past as narrator Max Gate tries to understand what happened to him in Calcutta. “So Good in Black” is a complex back-story of interrelationship and is told in snippets of conversations and alternately clear and ambiguous fragments of memory.


Suketu Mehta Books that you must read

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Suketu Mehta, New York City-based author, was born in 1963 in Kolkata and grew up in Mumbai till 14 years and moved New York City. In his career, Suketu won several awards and was the finalist of “PULITZER PRIZE” for his book the MAXIMUM CITY. Through this post, we will know about his work, which mesmerizes the world with the help of writing ability-

1. MAXIMUM CITY: Bombay Lost And Found

GENRE – CREATIVE NON-FICTION
PAGES – 501
STORY –

Maximum City – Bombay lost and found is a creative Non-fiction book written by Sekutu published in 2004. This book shortlisted for sundry awards and won the Vodafone cross road award in 2005. This book about the MUMBAI “The City of Dreams”. Through this book, he shows many aspects of Mumbai and gives insider’s view of this metropolis.


Best books of Malcolm Gladwell

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Malcolm Gladwell is a well-known author and Canadian journalist born on 3 September 1963 Hampshire, ENGLAND. Along with speaker also he has been working as a staff writer for the “NEW YORKER” since 1996. His five books have appeared on “THE NEW YOUR TIMES” bestsellers list. Let us talk about books of “GLADWELL”-

1. THE TIPPING POINT (How little things can make a big difference)

GENRE – NON-FICTION
PAGES – 305
STORY –

This is the debut book of Malcolm Gladwell published in 2000. On the “Tipping Point” firstly Gladwell published an article in 1996 and later he explicated it in the book with several examples. In this book, he describes that moment when social trends, idea overpass the threshold and reach to the people like a wildfire with the brilliant examples of “HUSH PUPPIES” shoes and crime rate of New York City after 1990.


2. BLINK (The power of thinking without thinking)

GENRE – NON-FICTION
PAGES – 321
STORY –

The power of thinking without thinking is the second NON-FICTION of Gladwell published in 2005. Gladwell in this book decipher that how our snap judgment a number of time more efficient than a carefully weighted decision. He explains how on some occasions having too much information can make our decision wrong and to prove his thesis he gives numerous illustration of Science and Medicine, Gambling, Tennis, Military War Games, Popular Games and movies etc.


3. OUTLIERS

GENRE – NON-FICTION
PAGES – 305
STORY –

This is another wonderful book of Gladwell, which got success in row published in 2008. Where THE TIPPING POINT talks about the moment and individuals ability to change the world. This book explains the factors, societal and cultural, that give a chance to get a huge success and give examples of BILL GATES, CANADIAN ICE HOCKEY PLAYERS, THE BEATLES etc to convey his saying.