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Ateek Ka Vartmaan

by Amartya Sen

"The aim of this book is to inspect the explanation of Indian history given by Nationalists. The book's objective is an historical study and interpretation of scientific method in the study of Indian history and to awake the need of the utility to use its significant highlights.

Aupnivaisik Bharat Me Sanskrtik Aur Vichardharamatmak Sangharsh

by K. N. Panikkar

The book is an honest endeavour to find how the Indians under colonial rule established an equation with their past and present. A time in Indian history which is famously called creative self inspection. Definitely a book which should be read extensively by readers of Indian history.

Baalveer Krishna

by Raghuveer Sharan Mitra

This play is based on the life of Krishna when he was just a child. The play touches briefly on many of the teasing activities of the god Krishna.

Baapu

by Ramdhari Singh Dinkar

This book of poetry is based on the life of Mahatma Gandhi who is also known by the name of Baapu.

Badi Didi

by Sri Sarachchandra Chatodpadhya

Badi Didi is a story of one person who had everything from vigor to intellect to trust but he wasn’t able to do any work individually. He needed one person each and every time to give him inspiration, so he depended on his stepmother but later on he was impressed upon by the elder sister.

Badnami Ki Chhanv

by Ramnath Shastri

Ramnath Shastri has given expression to the lives of Dogra women. He has sketched the different aspects of women's lives in Duggar society.

Bapu Ka Balidan Hamare Liye Khuli Chunauti Hai

by Naveen Narayan Agarwal

This book tells how, when and where Mahatma Gandhi was murdered and what was behind his murder.

Bengal Tiger and British Lion: An Account of the Bengal Famine of 1943

by Richard Stevenson

This history of the Bengal Famine of 1943 describes the interplay of politics, economics, sociology and military policy, which caused a famine due to a lack of cash, not a lack of food. The Famine, whose story is almost unknown due to wartime censorship by the British, occurred because of a hyperinflation in the price of rice caused by the provisioning for the major offensive against the Japanese on India's eastern borders. Relief efforts were halfhearted because much of the countryside was in a state of endemic revolt against the British. The logistical problems caused by massive gifts of food by the British and Indian troops to the starving people threatened to stall the forthcoming offensive. The cause of the Famine was the deadly alienation between the Bengalis and their British rulers.

Bharat ke Musalmano Me Jativyvastha Aur Samajik Starikaran

by Imtiaz Ahmad

In Islam there is no space of discrimination based on birth but in India the situations are very different. This book tries to study those inequalities. A must have book for students of sociology and political science of Indian Universities.

Bhartendu Harishchandra

by Madan Gopal

Bhartendu Harischandra tried to make the Desi language more popular in India. He had lots to give to Hindi journalism and literature. The writer has presented an invaluable study on this literary giant.

Bhartiya Bal Kahaniyaan (Part One)

by Harikrishna Devsaray

A marvelous collection of stories for children with variety of content and topics. The author has tried to make realistic stories, so readers will be find these closer to themselves.

Bhartiya Bal Kahaniyaan (Part Three)

by Harikrishna Devsaray

Part three of the collection of children's stories. The present collection also contains stories from different Indian languages.

Bhartiya Bal Kahaniyaan (Part Two)

by Harikrishna Devsaray

Children's fiction as been very rich since ancient times. The original children's stories that were written in Indian languages in the second half of the twentieth century are selected in this part.

Bhartiya Itihas Ka Aarambhik Madhyakaal

by Mohammad Habeeb

Habeeb looks at the attack on Indian state by the Gaznis and the establishment of the families. The reader can find the hate factor for those responsible for rift between Hindu and Muslim unity. The important factor of Habeebs thought process is deep sympathy to the people at the grass root level.

Bhartiya Nari aur Muktee

by Brinda Karat

The book a compilation of articles from various newspapers and magazines, describes the pathetic condition of women in India in 21st century.

Bihar Me Swatantrata Sangram Ke Prerak Prasang

by Dinesh Kumar Narayan

Book on unsung freedom fighter of the state of Bihar, India.

Billi Houseboat Par

by Anita Desai

Billi Houseboat Par is a fascinating story of a cat eating papaya, who goes to Kashmir with her masters. She makes a lot of friends there and enjoys a lot. A beautiful story of children who love traveling.

Chadhta Suraj

by Gauhar Jalali

The poems from Gauhar Jalali are filled with the human religion. The literature is idealistic as well as progressive.

Chadhta Suraj

by Goohar Jalali

The poem Chadhta Suraj by Gaurav Jalali states that time is moving fast and the generation of today would be looked by generation of tomorrow as dead and decomposed. The creation of poet resembles of Kabir.

Chandra Pahad

by Vibhutibhushan Bandhyopadhyay

Chandra Pahad is the creation of the famous Bengali storyteller Vibhutibhushan Bandhyopadhyay. Sahitya Akademi for the first time presents a unique story of the daring teenager.

Chandrakanta

by Devki Nandan Khatri

A book which compelled and drove the imagination of a generation and brought Hindi to the forefront, Chandrakanta is first work of prose in modern Hindi language.

Charitraheen

by Sharat Chandra Chatopadhyay

The novel is set in Bengali society of the early 1900's and has four main women characters, two are the ones on whom the accusation of being charitraheen (of loose character) is made. Kiranmayi is the most striking character of the novel. Young and extremely beautiful, very intelligent and argumentative. She surprises and impresses all the three main men in the novel - Satish, Upendra and Diwakar - but her life is ultimately reduced to a shambles by these unthinking men. The three men play very important roles in the lives of the four women, but most of the time, their actions are detrimental to the women. They are orthodox, unthinking, and not in control of their emotions. There is a redemption of all the women in the end but wrong done to the women cannot be righted just like that, even if the women themselves feel so.The depiction of orthodox Hindu society in conflict with Western thoughts brought in by British rule is good. The character sketches are the best part, and their emotions, swinging from one end of the spectrum to the other, make for thoughtful reading.

Charitraheen

by Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay

Set in Bengali society of the early 1900's this novel is a depiction of orthodox Hindu society in conflict with Western thoughts brought in by British rule is good.

Chintan Ke Chano Me

by Mahatma Bhagwan Deen

This book will help people to live their daily lives with lots of positivity and will motivate them to think seriously about different issues.

Chor

by Ramashraya Dixit

In the current world where everyone is running after money, people get involved in indecent activities. These indecent activities give birth to corruption. The writer has given a solution to this problem with the help of the two characters of the novel.

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