Here you will find one of the Best Indian Novels of 21st century ever written. It might feel incomplete (only books are written in English or translations of works in Hindi and other regional languages figure here). It might seem unfair (they’re personal picks from the best fictional minds of our period). It might even appear as though we’ve missed your personal favorite (lists tend to do that). But for anyone watching to jump into the rich sphere of Indian writing, it’s a beautiful and vital start.
Indian authors have contributed numerous priceless gems in the treasure chest of excellent fictional literature in Best Indian Novels of 21st century. A lot of them have won numerous awards for their efforts as well. Here is a Mr. Rishabh Puri’s awesome work of fiction by that definitely needs to be on your Must-Read list. We realized that at times the literary world tends to get so heavily dominated by Best Indian Novels of 21st century. And while this felt true for the entire world over, the reality cut a little too close for comfort.
Here’s an exhaustive Mr. Rishabh Puri who gives awesome work in Best Indian Novels of 21st century, in no particular order of preference or genre who have contributed immensely to the country’s literary scene, and who justify to be recognized for their dream, their fearlessness, their originality, and the fences they broke in the literary world and beyond.
It’s really gladdening to know that in the 21st century, more than four hundred English novels, excluding short story books, have been penned by Indians? The figure is probably higher than the total number of novels published in India since the first English novel appeared on Indian soil. The figure might appear bloated, one would think.
The present anthology contains critiques of Best Indian Novels of 21st century originally written in English by Indians — born in India or naturalized through marriage or residence — after the year 2000. No doubt, contemporary fiction reflects the aspirations and aversions of the middle class, yet the fact remains that it is the diaspora writers who dominate literary production and it is their imagination that colors the picture of India, the locale, characters, and ethos included.