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Books by Indian Authors you must Read




We have seen so many books which are available by Indian Authors in the Market, but here I just got some of the books which will surely go to help or guide you in long run. They are surely going to help you in getting to some of your life decision.

  • Wings of Fire by A P J Abdul Kalam

Wings of fire

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Wings of Fire is an autobiography written by former honorable President of India Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam. It is a success story of Dr. Kalam’s participative management practices and it also gives the insight into the lives of Hindus and Muslims of India, their relationships with each other.

This autobiography inspires a common person to become a technologist. This book is co-authored with famous Arun Tiwari.

  • The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy


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The Ministry of Utmost Happiness is written by Arundhati Roy. This is the second novel of Arundhati Roy comes 20 years after debut ‘The God of Small Things’.  By this book, Arundhati Roy narrates the darkest and most violent incidents in modern Indian history including the 2002 Godhra train attack and the ongoing fighting in Kashmir. It also explores the cultural clashes and interpersonal conflicts that drive modern Indian society.

  • White Tiger by Aravind Adiga

The white tiger

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White Tiger is written by Aravind Adiga and was first published in the year 2008. It is a story of Mr.Balram Halwai’s life and his journey from poverty to become “Self-made” entrepreneur. The entire novel is portraying through letters by Balram Halwai to the Premier of China. He expresses his unexpected story of becoming a successful entrepreneur in Bangalore and sharing his story to teach the reader about entrepreneurship.

  • Places of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

The palace of illusions

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Places of Illusions is written by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni. This book takes us back to a time that is half history, half myth and wholly magical. It is narrated by ‘Panchaali’ the wife of the legendary Pandavas brothers in the Mahabharat. The novel explains us a new interpretation of the ancient tale but from a female point of view.

  • Train to Pakistan by Khushwant Singh

Train to pakistan

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Train to Pakistan is written by Khushwant Singh which narrates the terrifying tale of in the history of India country divided on the bases of religious and political differences. This novel is one of the best on the topic of the partition that unleashed terror on people on both sides of the border. It is based on the Hindu-Muslim riots of 1947 which followed the partition of India.

  • Life is what you make it by Preeti Shenoy

Life is what you make it

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Life is what you make it the book is a combination of love, hope and how determination can overcome even the destiny of one’s life beautifully written by Preeti Shenoy. With this amazing fiction Preeti Shenoy tell us “If we limit your choices only to what seems possible or reasonable, we disconnect ourselves from what we truly want”.

Ankita Gupta is a young, dynamic, aspiring Entrepreneur and a writer too. Ankita is a travel enthusiast as she loves exploring new places , people and possibilities as well as new creative ideas and art work.. Motive in Life: To motivate people to achieve their goals and success.

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“A Taste of Love by Kamlesh Ranjan” Novel launched




"A Taste of Love by Kamlesh Ranjan" Novel launched | Varnic

In the middle of the pandemic, some folks are ready to pull up their sleeves and show us some light. Journalist Kamlesh Ranjan has tried to bring happiness to our life through fictional characters by launching his novel “A Taste of Love“. Published by BecomeShakespear, A Taste of Love narrates the life story of a 20-year-old college-going Siddhant. It touches many elements of life, career, love and growing up.

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In a candid conversation with Varnic, Ranjan said, “I would be lying if I say it’s easy to get published. I feel I’m one of those fortunate ones who somehow got a chance.” Speaking on his journey to get published, he further added, “Yes! The most challenging parts are rejection emails. You send proposal letters to literally every known publisher, and hardly someone replies. Some are nice; at least they send a sorry email.”

Hailing from Varanasi, Ranjan is a 26-year-old Freelance Tech Journalist in Delhi with over 4-years of hands-on experience. He is an alumnus of the prestigious Indian Institute of Mass Communication and holds a BCA and an MBA degree. His techy nature and passion for writing lead him to become a Technology Journalist at However, he somehow found his solace in storytelling.

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World Book Fair 2019 : Place for Book Lovers




Each year India Trade Promotion Organization conduct World Book Fair at Pragati Maidan.

World Book Fair plays a vital role in promoting reading habits among people of all age group. Apart from promoting reading habit and literacy, the fair presents a wide range of Indian Books as well as international writing on the various subject.  The Fair is fully loaded with major Indian / international publishers, innovative stationery, cultural performance and much more at World Book Fair 2019.

The Fair is expected to gather substantial footfall.

It is fair with over 1300 stalls, you will get to see the participation of more than 600 publishers and 250 culture programmers. Hindi language publishers at Hall 12A, English language publishers at Hall 8-11 &12, Children’s publishers at Hall 7D, FGH. The Children’s pavilion hanger near Hall 7H, Foreign pavilion at hall 7ABC and Theme pavilion Hall 7E.

The current world book fair occupies few halls while the previous world book fair editions were spanned across several halls due to the reconstruction going go in the other parts of the Pragati Maidan.

Overall, The World book fair is quite interesting. I would suggest you visit the World Book Fair with friends, family or with your children.


  • January 5 to 13th January
  • Hall No. 7 to 12, Pragati Maidan
  • Morning 11 am to 8 pm
  • Entry fee children Rs.10/- Adult Rs.20/-
  • Entry is from Gate No 1, 8 and 10
  • Nearest metro station Pragati Maidan on Blueline

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Book Review: ‘And Then There Were None ‘




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‘And Then There Were None’ was written by Agatha Christie were published in the year 1939. Agatha Christie was born in 1890 and died in 1976. Christie was the first recipient who was awarded by the Grand Master Award. Some of her major mystery novels are ‘The Mysterious Affair at Styles’, ‘The Murder at the Vicarage’, ‘The Secret Adversary’, ‘The Murder of Roger Ackroyd’, ‘Murder on the Orient Express’, ‘Death on the Nile’ and more.

‘And Then There Were None’ making it the world’s best-selling mystery novel ever, and one of the bestselling book of all time.

Characters in story

The following figures are some of the Major characters’ player in this book.

Mr. Justice Wargrave: an old Judge, Vera Claythorne:  Mrs. Owen’s secretary, General Macarthur an old soldier, Mr. Blore Ex inspector, Mr.& Mrs. Rogers as housekeepers of Owen’s house, Philip Lombard, Miss Emily Brent, Dr. Armstrong, Fred Narracott, U.N.Owen, and Tony Marston


Book Review: ‘And Then There Were None ‘ | Varnic

The plot opens up when 10 People totally unknown to each other from different places were invited to a mysterious island named ‘Soldier Island’ through a letter by a couple called Mr. & Mrs. U.N. Owen. All the arrangements were made by the Owen and the guest was traveling by train or by car to dock. From dock to soldier island by a boat which was already been waiting for them. On 8th August all guest gathers up at the dock as per details mentioned in the letter. Two guests Mr. & Mrs. Rogers reached two days earlier than others as they were hired as housekeepers. Vera Claythorne who received a job letter to be a secretary of Mrs. Owen was also considered as an employee. Mr. Justice Wargrave, General Macarthur, Mr. Blore, Philip Lombard, Miss Emily Brent, Dr. Armstrong, and Fred Narracott as their main guest. As they travel towards the island, each has a brief moment of remembering a traumatic experience from their past. When they arrive at the island, the character realized that they have not actually met Mr. and Mrs. Owen and the servant had only been hired a few weeks ago. After that Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, the house’s servants, escort them to their rooms. Vera discovered an old piece of rhyme which talk about actions and deaths of Ten Little Indian Boys. Each of them is killed until there were none.

Ten little soldier boys went out to dine;

One choked his little self and then there were Nine.

Nine little soldier boys sat up very late;

One overslept himself and then there were Eight.

Eight little Soldier boys traveling in Devon;

One said he’d stay there and then there were Seven.

Seven little soldier boys chopping up sticks;

One chopped himself and then there were Six.

Six little Soldier boys playing with a hive;

A bumblebee stung one and then there were Five.

Five little soldier boys going in for law;

One got in Chancery and then there were Four.

Four little soldier boys going out to sea;

A red herring swallowed one and then there were Three.

Three little soldier boys walking in the Zoo;

A big bear hugged one and then there were Two.

Two little soldier boys sitting in the sun;

One got frizzled up and then there were One.

One little soldier boy left all alone;

He went and hanged himself

And then there were None.

At the dinner time, suddenly a booming voice echoes through the room. That voice charges all the guest with the list of indictments. Each guest is named under implicated in the murder of a person. Mrs. Rogers fainted upon hearing the indictments the voice made. There was a panic, sudden anxiety, and terror in the guest voices. In the next room, the guests find a gramophone with a record on it. Everyone begins to doubt Mr. Rogers. As he had been the one to play the record, but he swears he had only done in on the instructions of Mr. Owen. Each guest then begins to gives their story of how they were invited to this island.

According to the judge, they all may be called by a homicidal lunatic to this island.

The group then begins to explain the circumstances behind the acts of murder for which they are accused. Each guest has a reasonable explanation, though it is obvious some are wracked with guilt over the incidence. The first victim in the novel was Anthony Marston. Rogers told the group that it will be morning before the boat returns with supplies for the island so we just need to stay here till morning to get out of this island.  As he says this, Anthony Marston takes a sip of his fresh drink and starts to choke. He falls to the floor and dies.  In the meantime, Rogers goes to the dining room and suddenly notice that one of the china dolls of Ten Little Indian statuettes is missing.

At the morning time, Armstrong is awakened by Rogers, who tells him that his wife will not wake up. Armstrong checks on her to find that she is dead, likely poisoned by a lethal dose of sleeping medicine. In the house, Rogers discovers that another Indian china figure is missing and he got frightened about it.

The guests end up to accuse each other of conspiring in the crimes or partner with U.N. Owen. In the morning, they awake late to discover that Rogers has not woken them up. In the unlocked dining room, they discover that another of the Indian figures has been broken. Soon they discovered that Rogers is dead too.

The final chapter of the novel is a confession letter signed by the killer. He explains that he motivates to killing the guests. He tells them that he had always had a keen sense of justice. So he had wanted his act of murder to be a grand piece of art and for the world an unsolved mystery. He had killed the guests in order of their guilt, using the nursery rhyme as best as he can.

The killer tells them that Armstrong ends up trusting him. Armstrong had helped him fake his own death so that he could then spy on the other guests and determine who the killer really was. In the end, Vera Claythorne eventually took her own life and it was with great pleasure that the killer watch. He had written this confession first, stuffed it in a bottle, and thrown it out to sea. The letter is signed by Lawrence Wargrave. The killer then set up a method to kill himself with a gunshot to the head.

My thoughts on the book:

This book is an amazing piece of work to read especially for the book lovers who love to read mystery thrill and crime novels. This book is one of my favorite book of all time to read which is elegantly describe how a killer killed all the guests by using an old nursery rhyme.

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