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Teaching candidates who are preparing for the ongoing or upcoming Government teaching exams must check the following article. Teaching aspirants will find a detailed list of Books and Authors of the last 5 years. books are Authors are a very common topic within the General Awareness section. Candidates often find questions on Books and Authors in the Teaching Exams such as KVS, Rajasthan Grade 3, NVS,  and so on. To stay updated in the current affairs and static GK section, the candidates must read topics such as Books and their Authors.

To help the candidates improve their preparedness, Adda247 bring a list of Book and Authors 2023. Read the following article carefully and thoroughly to be able to secure some crucial points in their Teaching Job Exams 2023.

Book and Authors 2023

It is common to witness 2-3 questions on Books and their Authors in any Government Teaching Exam 2023. Therefore, candidates must check out the names of famous Books and Authors of at least 5 years to have a better grip on this topic. In the following article, the candidates will find more than 150 names of Books and Authors that have been published in the last 5 years and the books that have the potential to make a question in the upcoming Teaching Job Exams 2023 such as KVS PRT, TGT and PGT Exam 2023.

Book and Authors 2022

Check out the list of Books and Authors 2022 given in a tabular format for ease of reading and comprehension. The list includes famous writers and personalities such as Ruskin Bond, Preeti Shenoy, Shashi Tharoor, Smriti Irani, and so on along with the books they have published in 2022.

Book Name Authors Name
‘The India Story’ Bimal Jalal
‘Listen to Your Heart: The London Adventure’ Ruskin Bond
‘Business of Sports: The Winning Formula for Success’ Vinit Karnik
‘A Place Called Home’ Preeti Shenoy
‘Modi @20: Dreams Meeting Delivery’ VP Venkaiah Naidu
‘The Struggle for Police Reforms in India’ Ex-IPS Prakash Singh
‘INDO-PAK WAR 1971- Reminiscences of Air Warriors’ Rajnath Singh
‘Leaders, Politicians, Citizens’ Rasheed Kidwai
‘Birsa Munda – Janjatiya Nayak’ Prof. Alok Chakrawal
Lal Salam Smriti Irani
Pride, Prejudice and Punditry Shashi Tharoor
“Crunch Time: Narendra Modi’s National Security Crises” Dr Sreeram Chauliahas
“Queen of Fire” Devika Rangachari
“Birsa Munda – Janjatiya Nayak” Dharmendra Pradhan
“Decoding Indian Babudom” Ashwini Shrivastava
‘The Maverick Effect’ Harish Mehta
“Tiger of Drass: Capt. Anuj Nayyar, 23, Kargil Hero” Meena Nayyar & Himmat Singh Shekhawat
‘Hear Yourself’ Indian Author Prem Rawat
‘Not Just A Nightwatchman: My Innings with BCCI’ Former CAG Vinod Rai
“The Boy Who Wrote a Constitution ” Rajesh Talwar
“The Magic of Mangalajodi” & “My Research Works on Sikh History and Philosophy” Avinash Khemka & Abinash Mahapatra
‘Chinese Spies: From Chairman Mao to Xi Jinping’ Roger Faligot
‘Amit Shah Ani Bhajapachi Vatchal’ Dr Anirban Ganguly and Shiwanand Dwivedi
‘The Millennial Yogi: A modern-day parable about reclaiming one’s life’ Former Indian Army Captain, Deepam Chatterjee
‘Udaan Ek Majdoor Bachhe Ki’ Mithilesh Tiwari
Ungalil Oruvan (One Among You) Chief minister MK Stalin’s
‘The Queen of Indian Pop: The Authorised Biography of Usha Uthup’ Vikas Kumar Jha
‘The Blue Book: A Writer’s Journal Amitava Kumar
‘Role of Labour in India’s Development’ Labour Minister Bhupendra Yadav
‘Soli Sorabjee: Life and Times’ Abhinav Chandrachud
‘The Queen of Indian Pop’ Usha Uthup
‘On Board: My Years in BCCI’ Ratnakar Shetty’s
‘Tomb of Sand’ Geetanjali Shree’s
‘Monsoon’ Sahitya Akademi
‘More than Just Surgery: Life Lessons Beyond the OT’ Dr Tehemton Erach Udwadia
‘Wrist Assured: An Autobiography’ Former Cricketer G.R. Viswanath
‘Unfilled Barrels India’s oil story’ Richa Mishra
‘The Little Book of Joy’ Dalai Lama & Desmond Tutu
‘Spoorthi Pradatha Sri Somayya’ K Syam Prasad
‘Fearless Governance’ Dr. Kiran Bedi
‘Operation Khatma’ RC Ganjoo and Ashwini Bhatnagar
‘India, That is Bharat: Coloniality, Civilisation, Constitution’ J Sai Deepak
‘Golden Boy Neeraj Chopra’ Navdeep Singh Gill
‘Atal Bihari Vajpayee’ Sagarika Ghose
‘India–Africa Relations: Changing Horizons’ Rajiv Bhatia
‘How to Prevent the Next Pandemic’ Bill Gates
‘Humane: How the United States Abandoned Peace and Reinvented War’ Samuel Moyn
‘Dignity in a Digital Age: Making Tech Work for All of Us’ Ro Khanna
‘A History of Sriniketan: Rabindranath Tagore’s Pioneering Work in Rural Construction’ Uma Das Gupta
‘A Nation To Protect’ Priyam Gandhi Mody
‘The Founders: The Story of Paypal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley’ Jimmy Soni
‘The Great Tech Game: Shaping Geopolitics and the Destinies of Nations’ Anirudh Suri
‘Gandhi’s Assassin: The Making of Nathuram Godse and His Idea of India. Dhirendra K. Jha
‘Mamata: Beyond 2021’ Jayanta Ghosal
‘Ratan N. Tata: The Authorized Biography’ Dr. Thomas Matthew
‘Indomitable: A Working Woman’s Notes on Life, Work, and Leadership’ Arundhati Bhattacharya
‘Bose: The untold story of an inconvenient nationalist’ Chandrachur Ghose
‘The Legend of Birsa Munda’ Tuhin A Sinha and Ankita Verma
‘India’s Women Unsung Heroes’ Meenakshi Lekhi
‘A Little Book of India: Celebrating 75 years of Independence’ Ruskin Bond
‘The $10 Trillion Dream’ Subhash Chandra Garg

Books and Authors 2021

In the following list, candidates will find the names of the significant and influential books of 2021 such as Unfinished, Battle Ready for 21st Century, 7 Lessons from Everest – Expedition Learnings from life and Business, Kashmiri Century: Portrait of a Society in Flux and so on.

Book Name Author Name
‘The Ambuja Story: How a Group of Ordinary Men Created an Extraordinary Company’ Narotam Sekhsaria
‘1971: Charge of the Gorkhas and other stories’ Rachna Bisht Rawat
Vahana Masterclass Alfredo Covelli
India’s 71-Year Test: The Journey to Triumph in Australia R. Kaushik
Right Under Our Nose R. Giridharan
Making of a General-A Himalayan Echo Lt. Gen. Konsam Himalay Singh
The Commonwealth of Cricket Ramachandra Guha
Manohar Parrikar-Off the Record Waman Subha Prabhu
The Little Book of Encouragement Dalai Lama
Beautiful Things’ A Memoir Hunter Biden
By Many a Happy Accident: Recollections of a Life Former Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari
Platform Scale: For A Post-Pandemic World Sangeet Paul Choudary
Unfinished Priyanka Chopra Jonas
The Terrible, Horrible, Very Bad Good News Meghna Pant
ASOCA: A Sutra Irwin Allan Sealy
Maverick Messiah: A Political Biography of N T Rama Rao Ramesh Kandula
Rashtra Pratham – 82 Varshon ki Swarnim Gatha Amit Shah
Stories I Must Tell: The Journey of an Actor Kabir Bedi
Advantage India: The Story of Indian Tennis Anindya Dutta
Dynasty to Democracy: The Untold Story of Smriti Irani’s Triumph Anant Vijay
Battle Ready for 21st Century Lt Gen AK Singh and Brig. Narendra Kumar
My Experiments with Silence Samir Soni
Names of the Women Jeet Thayil
Suparipalana Dr. Shailendra Joshi
Manohar Parrikar: Brilliant Mind, Simple Life Nitin Gokhale
Odisha Itihaas Utkal Keshari Harekrushna Mahtab
The Braille edition of the book Exam Warriors PM Narendra Modi
Believe-What Life and Cricket Taught Me Suresh Raina
The Christmas Pig JK Rowling
Whereabouts Jhumpa Lahiri
The Living Mountain: A Fable for Our Times Amitav Ghosh
Climate Change Explained—For One and All Aakash Ranison
The Bench Meghan Markle
Elephant in the Womb Kalki Koechlin
Life in the Clock Tower Valley Shakoor Rather
Sikkim: A History of Intrigue and Alliance Preet Mohan Singh Malik
Nehru, Tibet and China Avtar Singh Bhasin
India and Asian Geopolitics: The Past, Present Shivshankar Menon
Sach Kahun Toh Neena Gupta
Stargazing: The Players in my Life Ravi Shastri
Languages of Truth: Essays 2003-2020 Salman Rushdie
Savarkar: A Contested Legacy (1924-1966) Vikram Sampath
7 Lessons from Everest – Expedition Learnings from life and Business Aditya Gupta
1232km: The Long Journey Home Vinod Kapri
Home in the World Amartya Sen
The Nutmeg’s Curse: Parables for a Planet in Crisis Amitav Ghosh
Beyond Here and Other Poems Bishnupada Sethi
The 7 Sins of Being a Mother Tahira Kashyap Khurrana
Habba Khatoon Kajal Suri
Will Will Smith and Mark Manson
My Joys and Sorrows- as a Mother of a Special Child Krishna Saksena
It’s a Wonderful Life Ruskin Bond
Fiercely Female: The Dutee Chand Story Sundeep Mishra
Policymaker’s Journal: From New Delhi to Washington DC Kaushik Basu
Kashmiri Century: Portrait of a Society in Flux Khemlata Wakhlu
Lady Doctors: The Untold Stories of India’s First Women in Medicine Kavitha Rao
The Pregnancy Bible Kareena Kapoor
The Art of Conjuring Alternate Realities: How Information Warfare Shapes Your World Shivam Shankar Singh and Anand Venkatanarayanan
The Great Big Lion Chryseis Knight
The India Story Bimal Jalan
The Stranger In The Mirror(Autobiography of  Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra) Reeta Ramamurthy Gupta and  Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra
Palleku Pattabhishekam Yalamanchili Sivaji
Bank With A Soul: Equitas Dr. C K Garyali
An Ordinary Life: Portrait of an Indian Generation Ashok Lavasa
In An Ideal World Kunal Basu
My Own Mazagon Captain Ramesh Babu
Leopard Diaries – the Rosette in India Sanjay Gubbi
Balakot Air Strike: How India Avenged Pulwama Manan Bhatt
The Year That Wasn’t – The Diary of a 14-Year-Old Brisha Jain
The Earthspinner Anuradha Roy
How the Earth Got Its Beauty Sudha Murty
OPERATION KHUKRI Rajpal Punia & Ms Damini Punia
Accelerating India: 7 Years of Modi Government K J Alphons
Back to the Roots Tamannaah Bhatia
Gita Govinda: Jaydeva’s Divine Odyssey Dr. Utpal K. Banerjee
Human Rights and Terrorism in India Subramanian Swamy
Translating Myself and Others Jhumpa Lahiri
Shining Sikh Youth of India Dr. Prabhleen Singh
400 Days Chetan Bhagat
Jungle Nama Amitav Ghosh
The Fractured Himalaya: How the Past Shadows the Present in India-China Relations Nirupama Rao
The Battle of Rezang La Kulpreet Yadav

Books and Authors 2020

Candidates find some of the most gripping and famous books of 2020 in the following table such as A Song of India by Ruskin Bond, A Promised Land by Barak Obama, Your Best Day is Today! by Anupam Kher, Let us Dream by Pope Francis and many more.

Book Name Author Name
Karmayoddha Granth Amit Shah
Relentless Yashwant Sinha
A Child of Destiny K. Ramakrishna Rao
The Thin Mind Map Dharmendra Rai
A Commentary and Digest on The Air, Act 1981 Apoorva Kumar Singh
Death – An Inside Story Jaggi Vasudev
An Extraordinary Life: A biography of Manohar Parrikar Sadguru Patil & Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
Invincible – A Tribute to Manohar Parrikar Tarun Vijay
My Encounters in Parliament Bhalchandra Mungekar
Messiah Modi: A Tale of Great Expectations Tavleen Singh
Legacy of Learning Savita Chhabra
Missing in Action: The Prisoners Who Never Came Back Chander Suta Dogra
The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump Mary Jordan
Shuttling to the Top: The Story of P V Sindhu Krishnaswamy V
Vijayant at Kargil: The Life of a Kargil War Hero Neha Dwivedi
Wuhan Diary: Dispatches from a Quarantined City Fang Fang
Hop-On: My Adventures on Boats, Trains, and Planes Ruskin Bond
The Ickabog J.K Rowling
Legend of Suheldev: The King Who Saved India Amish Tripathi
Future of Higher Education: Nine Mega Trends V Pattabhi Ram
Overdraft: Saving the Indian Saver Urjit Patel
Getting Competitive: A Practitioner’s Guide for India RC Bhargava
A Song of India Ruskin Bond
If It Bleeds Stephen King
The Endgame Hussain Zaidi
Suraj Kade Marda Nahi (Sun Never Dies) Baldev Singh Sadaknama
Quest for Restoring Financial Stability in India Viral V.Acharya
Amazing Ayodhya Neena Rai
Connecting, Communicating, Changing Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh
Our Only Home: A Climate Appeal to the World Dalai Lama and Franz Alt
Full Spectrum: India’s Wars, 1972-2020 Arjun Subramaniam
One Arranged Murder Chetan Bhagat
Cricket Drona Jatin Paranjpe
Let us Dream Pope Francis
The Little Book of Encouragement Dalai Lama
My Life in Design Gauri Khan
Azadi: Freedom. Fascism. Fiction Arundhati Roy
Kitchens of Gratitude Chef Vikas Khanna
A Promised Land Barack Obama
Bapu- the Unforgettable Manish Sisodia
The Battle of Belonging Shashi Tharoor
Bye Bye Corona Dr. Pradeep Kumar Srivastava
Your Best Day is Today! Anupam Kher
I am No Messiah Meena Iyer
40 Years with Abdul Kalam-Untold Stories Dr. A. Sivathanu Pillai
Dharma: Decoding the Epics for a Meaningful Life Amish Tripathi and Bhavna Roy
Oh Mizoram PS Sreedharan Pillai

Books and Authors 2019

The following table consists of the names of the Books and Authors of 2019 such as the Braille edition of the book Exam Warriors by Narendra Modi, Hemant Karkare: A Daughter’s Memoir by Hemant Karkare’s daughter Jui Karkare, “Sridevi: Girl Woman Superstar” by Satyarth Nayak and so on.

Book Name Authors Name
Politics of Opportunism R P N Singh
Malayalam poetry Akkitham Achuthan Namboodri
The Testaments Margaret Atwood
Celestial Bodies Jokha Alharthi
Cheque book Vasdev Mohi
The Overstory Richard Powers
The Braille edition of the book Exam Warriors PM Narendra Modi
Mind-Master Viswanathan Anand and Susan Ninan
Hemant Karkare: A Daughter’s Memoir Hemant Karkare’s daughter Jui Karkare
“Courts of India” Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi
Hemant Karkare: A Daughter’s Memoir Karkare’s Daughter Jui Karkare
Braille Edition of ‘Exam Warriors’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Bridgital Nation Shri N Chandrasekaran
Girl Power: Indian Women Who Broke The Rules Neha J Hiranandani
From Leeches to Slug Glue: 25 Explosive Ideas that Made (and Are Making) Modern Medicine Roopa Pai
Fakir Hassen ‘150 Years of Celebrating the Mahatma–the South African Legacy’
Turbulence and Triumph: The Modi Years Rahul Agarwal and Bharathi S Pradhan
Handbook on Fisheries Statistics – 2018 Ministry of fisheries
 Savarkar: Echoes from a forgotten past, 1883-1924 Vikram Sampath
Glorious Diaspora-Pride of India Indian Diaspora Club
First They Erased Our Name: A Rohingya Speaks Habiburahman, Sophie Ansel
Obama: The Call of History Peter Baker
Kashmir’s untold story: Declassification Iqbal Chand Malhotra and Maroof Raza
“Sridevi: Girl Woman Superstar” Satyarth Nayak
Manav Department of Biotechnology (DBT) and Persistent Systems
‘The Commonwealth at 70: From Westminster to the World’ St James House and the History of Parliament Trust
Vivekadeepini Adi Shankaracharya
Listening, Learning and Leading Venkaiah Naidu
‘My Life, My Mission’ Baba Ramdev
‘The New Delhi Conspiracy’ Meenakshi Lekhi
‘The Diary of Manu Gandhi’ Tridip Suhrud
“A Prime Minister to Remember- Memories of a Military Chief” Sushil Kumar
Vivekadeepini Adi Shankaracharya
“Lessons Life Taught Me Unknowingly”. Anupam Kher
“Cricket World Cup: The Indian Challenge” Ashis Ray
My Journey Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Making of New India Dr. Bibek Debroy
“Whispers of Time” Dr. Krishna Saksena
Indian Fiscal Federalism Dr. Y.V. Reddy
‘Chequered Brillance: The Many Lives of V K Krishna Menon’ Jairam Ramesh
‘Designing Destiny: The Heartfulness Way’ Kamlesh Patel Alias Daaji
‘The Heartfulness way: Heart-Based Meditations for Spiritual Transformation’ Kamlesh Patil & Joshua Pollock
Darkness to light Lamar Odom
Fire and Fury Corps — Saga of Valour, Fortitude and Sacrifice’, Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh
Quality, Accreditation, and Ranking – A Silent Revolution in the Offing in Indian Higher Education M Venkaiah Naidu
We are Displaced Malala Yousafzai
‘Saffron Swords’ Manoshi Sinha Rawal
“The New Delhi Conspiracy” Meenakshi Lekhi
‘Law, Justice and Judicial Power- Justice P N Bhagwati’s Approach’ Mool Chand Sharma
‘Khooni Vaisakhi’ Mr. Suri
‘Every Vote Counts- The story of India’s Elections’ Navin Chawla
‘Virat: The making of a Champion’ Neeraj Jha, Vidhanshu Kumar
‘Undaunted: Saving the Idea of India’ P. Chidambaram
From Possession to Freedom R Uma Maheswari
The Third Pillar Raghuram Rajan
‘Undaunted: Saving the Idea of India’ Ruchir Sharma
Politics of Jugaad: The Coalition Handbook Saba Naqvi
Game Changer Shahid Afridi
‘Kundan: Saigal’s Life & Music’ Sharad Dutt
“Chandra Shekhar – The Last Icon of Ideological Politics”; Shri Harivansh and Shri Ravi Dutt Bajpai.
‘Defining India: Through Their Eyes’ Sonia Singh
‘Function of Data Sovereignty – The Pursuit of Supremacy’ Vinit Goenka
‘Ayodhya: City of Faith, City of Discord’ Valay Singh

Books and Authors 2018

In the following table, the candidates will find the name of the Books and Authors from the year 2018 such as Timeless Laxman by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Changing India by Dr. Manmohan Singh, The Paradoxical Prime Minister by Shashi Tharoor and so on.

Book Name Authors Name
A Rural Manifesto – Realising India’s Future through her Villages BJP MP Varun Gandhi
Changing India Dr. Manmohan Singh
Timeless Laxman Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Arivu Dr Murali Mohan Chuntharu
The Fire Burns Blue: A History of Womens Cricket in India Karunya Keshav and Sidhanta Pathak
Maharana Pratap: The Invincible Warrior Rima Hooja
The Paradoxical Prime Minister Shashi Tharoor
The Rule Breakers Preeti Shenoy
Experiential Learning — Gandhiji’s Nai Talim Union Minister of Human Resource Development Prakash Javadekar
From Lehman to Demonetisation: A Decade of Disruption, Reforms and Misadventures Tamal Bandyopadhyay
Poonachi or the Story of a Black Goat Perumal Murugan
Making of Legend Bindeshwar Pathak
Diabetes with Delight Anoop Misra
The Last White Hunter Donald Anderson with Joshua Mathew
Indian Cultures as Heritage Romila Thapar
Strangers No More: New Narratives from Northeast Sanjoy Hazarika
Matoshree Sumitra Mahajan
Sanjay Dutt: The Crazy Untold Story of Bollywood’s Bad Boy Yasser Usman
Indian Instinct Miniya Chatterjee
The Coalition years Pranab Mukherjee
Dreamers: How Young Indians are Changing Their World Snigdha Poonam
Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump Whitehouse Michael Wolff
Citizen Delhi: My Times, My Life Sheila Dikshit
Mere Sapno Ka Bharat Tarun Vijay
Born to be Hanged: Political Biography of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Syeda Saiyidan Hameed
Ants Among Elephants Dujatha Gidla
The Constitution of India: Miracle, Surrender, Hope Rajeev Dhavan
A Ringside Affair James Lawton
The Year of the Hawks Kanwaljit Singh
How May I Help You Deepak Singh
A World of Three Zeroes: The New Economics of Zero Poverty, Zero Unemployment, and Zero Carbon Emission Mohammad Yunus
Do We Not Bleed? Reflections of a 21st-Century Pakistan Mehr Tarar
Xi Jinping’s China Jayadev Ranade
The Book Hunters of Katpadi Pradeep Sebastia
All the Worlds Between K Srilata and Fiona Bolger
Hit Refresh Satya Nadella
Letters to a Young Philosopher Ramin Jahanbegloo
Imperfect (autobiography) Sanjay Manjrekar
Immortal India Amish Tripathi
Maharana Pratap: The Invincible Warrior Rima Hooja
Conflicts of Interest: My Journey Through India’s Green Movement Sunita Narain
2G Saga Unfolds A Raja
Two Gulzar
Status Single Sreemoyee Piu Kundu
An Ordinary Mans Guide to Radicalism Neyaz Farooquee
What happened Hilary Clinton
Artemis Andy Weir
Drone Adam Rothstein
Why I am hindu Shashi Tharoor
A dairy of deomestic diva Shilpa Shetty
The New Wealth of Nations Surjit S Bhalla
Indira Gandhi: A Life in Nature Jairam Ramesh
Dreamers: How Young Indians are Changing Their World and Yours Poonam
My Enemy’s Enemy: India in Afghanistan from the Soviet Invasion to the US Withdrawal Avinash Paliwal
A state of freedom Neel Mukerjee
Enemies and Neighbours: Arabs and Jews in Palestine and Israel, 1917-2017 Ian Black
I do what I do Raghuram Rajan
Indian Political Theory: Laying the Ground work for Swaraj Aakash Singh Rathore
Hisaab Kitaab Anjana Sukani
Songs of a Coward Perumal Murugan
An unsuitable boy Karan johar
Stalin: Waiting for Hitler 1928-1941 Stephen Kotkin
281 and Beyond V V S Laksman
4321 Paul Auster
History of Wolves Emily Fridlund
Exit West Mohsin Hamid
Elmet Fiona Mozley
Lincoln in the Bardo George Saunders
Autumn Ali Smith
Writing Pakistan: Conversations on ldentity, Nationhood and Fiction Mushtaq Bilal
The Bengalis: A Portrait of a Community Sudeep Chakravarti
Moments ofTruth: My Life with Acting Roshan Taneja
The Goat Thief Perumal Murugan
The Widow of Malabar Hills Sujata Massey
The Vanishing Prerna Singh Bindra
Where India Goes Diane Coffey and Dean Spears
The Nationalist Minhaz Merchant
Political Violence in Ancient India Upinder Singh
The tall man biju patnaik Sundar Ganesan
A Tale of Two Victoria Crosses Lt Gen Baljit Singh
Fifty Things that Made the Modern Economy Tim Harford
New Wealth of Nations Surjit Bhalla
The Emergency: Indian Democracy’s Darkest Hour A Surya Prakash
No Room for Small Dreams Shimon Peres
A Horse Walks Into a Bar David Grossman
An Ordinary Life: A Memoir Nawazuddin Siddiqui with Rituparna Chatterjee
Democracy’s XI: The Great Indian Cricket Story Rajdeep Sardesai
A Republic in the Making: India in the 1950s Gyanesh Kudaisya
Durand’s Curse: A Line Across the Pathan Heart Rajiv Dogra
Origin Dan Brown
The Crisis Within: On Knowledge and Education in India GN Denvy
Inside Parliament: Views From the Front Row Derek O’Brien
India Turns East: International Engagement and US-China Rivalry Fredrick Grare
Weather Information Portal for Indian Power System R K Singh
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness Arundhati Roy
China & India War: Collision Course on the Roof of the World Bertil Lintner
Cadres ofTibet Jayadeva Ranade
Unstoppable: My Life So Far Maria Sharapova
The Book of Chocolate Saints Jeet Thayil
Conflict of Interest Sunita Narain
Atal Ji Ne kaha Birendra Rehi
Confessions of a dying mind: the blind faith of atheism Kiren Rijiju and Haulianlal Guite
Available Light CP Surendran
Ashoka: Satrap of Taxila Ashok K Banker
Sea Prayer Khaled Hosseini
Loyal Stalkers Chhimi Tenduf La
No Spin Shane Warne
Attendant Lords TCA Raghvan
The Driver in the Driverless Car Vivek Wadhwa with Alex Salkever
Life Among the Scorpions: Memoir of a Woman in Indian Politics Jaya Jaitely
Gorbachev: His Life and Times William Taubman
Ambedkar Gandhi and Patel: The Making of India’s Electoral System Raja Shekhar Vundru
Evolution Emmanuel Macron
Exam Warriors Narendra Modi
Evil in the Mahabharata Meena Arora Nayak
Happy Dreams Jia Pingwa
6 TIMES THINNER N N Vohra
Rohingya Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide Azeem Ibrahim
Myanmar’s Enemy Within: Buddhist Nationalism and Anti-Muslim Violence Francis Wade
Reimagining Pakistan Husain Haggani
Born to be Hanged: Political Biography of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Syeda Hameed
Reporting Pakistan Meena Menon
Who We Are and How We Got Here David Reich
A Century ls Not Enough Sourav Ganguly
Winning Like Sourav: Think & Succeed Like Ganguly Abhirup Bhattacharya
The Perils of Being Moderately Famous Soha Ali Khan
Directorate S: The CLA and Americas Secret Wars in Afghanistan and Pakistan Steye Coll
Economics for the Common Good Jean Tirole
Political Tribes Amy Chua
Dividing Lines: Contours of the India-China Discord KN Raghavan
My Journey from Marxism-Leninism to Nehruvian Socialism CH Hanumantha Rao
Triple Talaq: Examining Faith Salman Khurshid
Kashmir: Exploring the Myth Behind the Narrative Khalid Bashir
The Only Story Julian Barnes
She Goes to War Women Militants of India Rashmi Saksena
The Future of Humanity Michio Kaku
Governing the Ungovernable: Institutional Reforms for Democratic Governance Ishrat Husain
The Unseeing ldol of Light KR Meera
Across the Universe Ajoy Bose
Anita Gets Bail: What Are Our Courts Doing? Whal Should We Do About Them? Arun Shourie
Eleven Gods and a Billion Indians Borta Majumdar
Indian Railway- The weaving of a National Tapestry Bibek Debroy
An Uncertain Glory: India and Its Contradiction Amartya Sen and Jean Dreze
Lethal White Robert Galbraith (JK Rowling)
The English Patient Michael Ondaatje
In a Free State VS Naipaul
Michael Ondaatje Warlight
Yug Purush, Bharat Ratna, Atal Ji Ramesh Pokhriyal
Moon Tiger Penelope Lively
Wolf Hall Hilary Mantel
Lincoln in the Bardo George Saunders
The Only Story Julian Barnes
Like a Psalm Perumbadavam Sreedharan
Indian Cultures as Heritage: Contemporary Pasts Romila Thapar
Note by Note: The India Story 1947-2017 Ankur Bhardwaj, Seema Chishti and Sushant Singh
Vedvigyan Alok (Maharishi Aitareya Mahidas Praneet – Aitareya Brahmina ki Vaigyanik Vyakhya) Acharya Agnivarat Naishthik
The Billionaire Raj: A Journey Through India’s New Guided Age James Crabtree
India Moving: A History of Migration Chinmay Tumbe
Blessings from Beijing: Inside China’s Softpower War on Tibet Greg Bruno
The Unending Game: Insights into Espionage Vikram Sood
Straight Talk Abhishek Manu Singhvi
The President Is Missing Bill Clinton and James Patterson
Vernon Subutex Virginie Despentes
The White Book Han Kang
The World Goes On Laszlo Krasznahorkai
Like a Fading Shadow Antonio Munoz Molina
Frankenstein in Baghdad Ahmed Saadawi
Flights Olga Tokarczuk
Travails with the Alien Satyajit Ray
The Spy Chronicles: RAW ISI and the Illusion of Peace Asdulat, Aditya Sinha, Asad Durrani
The Zero Cost Mission/The Wily Agent Amar Bhushan
The Most Dangerous Place: A History of the United States in South Asia Srinath Raghavan
Eleven Gods and a Billion lndians Boria Majumdar
Syama Prasad Mookerjee: Life and Times Tathagata Roy
Republic of Caste Anand Teltumbde
Gandhi: The Years That Changed the World (1914-1948) Ramachandra Guha
The Way I See It Gauri Lankesh, edited by writer and sociologist Chandan Gowda
Rebel Sultans: The Deccan from Khilji to Shivaji Manu Pillai
From Kargil to Coup: Events That Shook Pakistan Nasim Sehra
Kashmir: Glimpses of History and the Story of Struggle Saifuddin Soz
President’s Lady Sangeeta Ghosh
Republic of Caste: Thinking Equality in the Time of Neo-liberal Hindutva Anand Teltumbde
Missing Sumana Roy
God Save the Hon’ble Supreme Court Fali S Nariman
Pakistan Adrift: Navigating Troubled Waters Asad Durrani
Ten ldeologies: The Great Asymmetry Between Agrarianism and Industrialism S Jaipal Reddy
Mann Ki Baat – A Social Revolution on Radio Devendra Fadnavis

Why Read about Books and Authors

Government exam aspirants should prioritize reading about famous books and authors of recent times for several compelling reasons. Firstly, these exams often include questions on literature, and having knowledge about renowned books and authors can significantly enhance one’s performance. Familiarity with notable literary works not only demonstrates a well-rounded education but also showcases a deeper understanding of cultural and societal influences.

Furthermore, studying recent books and authors allows aspirants to stay updated on contemporary themes and perspectives, enabling them to connect their knowledge with current affairs. By delving into the works of prominent authors, candidates can sharpen their analytical skills, improve their language proficiency, and gain a nuanced understanding of diverse narratives. Ultimately, such comprehensive reading cultivates intellectual curiosity and broadens one’s outlook, making government exam aspirants better equipped to tackle questions from various fields and excel in their chosen careers.

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FAQs

Who wrote "One Life is Not Enough"?

Natwar Singh is the author of "One Life is Not Enough".

Who is the Author of Anandmath?.

Anandmath was written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee.

Who  is the Author of Famous book Kadambari?

Banbhatta is the Author of Kadambari.

Who  is the Author of Famous book The Third Pillar?

Raghuram Rajan is the Author of Famous book The Third Pillar