Most Read/Admired Indian Writers

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  • Kiran Desai: This Booker prize laureate has a knack for engaging her audience and giving them a sense of peace in her writing! Her ability to explore the deep reserves of heartfelt emotions and spell them out explicitly makes her a sell out among the youth! The unbound courage depicted by her characters in her books spurs the youth to derive courage and plunge head on in their endeavours!
  • Salman Rushdie: Salman Rushdie’s undaunted courage and his ability to strike the right chord with those who have never been written about, makes him an evergreen favourite among the Indian Youth! The Youth is invariably in search of an icon that defies odds and has the grit too stand up for the Truth! They find all that in him! Barring his personal life disasters, Rushdie has become the talk among the Revolutionaries!
  • Vikram Seth: A traveler, a/ Librettist, a travel writer, poet, memoirist and Novelist, Vikram Seth is a writer for all moods! ‘A Suitable Boy’ which received excessive accolades from the reading community all across the globe! His brilliant expression and unstinted flair for English makes him an icon for the Country’s English lovers!
  • Arundhati Roy: Roy’s life can be seen as an amalgamation of social responsibility and Creative intelligence! A blend that the youth aspires for! ‘God of Small Things’ was her shot to fame! Although she suffered great resistance at the hands of her critics, she has still managed to create a niche for herself in the literary circuit!
  • Shobha De: She is brusque, she is cut throat and she is controversial! De’s attitude is the Youth’s anthem! Her books, columns and her opinions have made her a youth celebrity already! Irrespective of her age, her comments, discussion threads create ripples all across the Country’s Youth!
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