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Book Name  Author Name
 My experiments with Truth  Mahatma M.K.Gandhi
 Far from the Madding Crowd  Thomas Hardy
 Gitanjali  Rabindranath Tagore
 One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich  Alexander Solzhenitsyn
 The Merchant of venice  William shakespeare
 The Moon and Sixpence  Somerset Maugham
 Pilgrim’s Progress from this world to that which is to come  John Bunyan
 A Tale of Two Cities  Charles Dickens
 Utopia  Sir Thomas Moor
 Origin of species  charles Darwin
 David Copperfield  Charles Dickens
 A passage to India  E.M.Forster
 Gulliver’s Travels  Jonathan Swift
 Discovery of India  Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
 The Vicar of Wakefield  Oliver Goldsmith
 The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire  Edward Gibbon
 The Lady of the Last Minstrel  Sir Walter Scott
 Pride and Prejudice  Jane Austen
 Time Machine  H.G. Wells
 Arthashastra  Kautilya
 Le Contrat Social  Jean Jacques Rousseau
 Abhigyan Shakuntalam  Kalidas
 Anand Math  Bankim chandra Chattopadhyay
 Mein Kampf  Adolf Hitler
 Ain-i-Akbari  Abul Fazal
 Akbar-Nama  Abul Fazal
 Shakuntala  Kalidas
 War and peace  Leo Tolstoy
 A Dangerous place  D.P. Moynihan
 Raghuvamsa  Kalidas
 Adventures of Sherlock Holmes  Arthur Conan Doyle
 Adventures of Tom Sawyer  Mark Twain
 Agni Veena  Kazi Nazrul Islam
 Alice in Wonderland  Lewis Carroll
 Ancient Mariner  Coleridge
 Animal Farm  George Orwell
 Anna Karenina  Tolstoy
 Antony and Cleopatra  Shakespeare
 Arms and the Man  G.B.Shaw
 Around the World in eighty days  Jules Verne
 Baburnama  Babur
 Ben Hur  Lewis Wallace
 Bhagwat Gita  Ved Vyas
 Bisarjan  R.N.Tagore
 Canterbury Tales  Chaucer
 Chitra  R.N.Tagore
 Count of Monte Cristo  Alexander Dumas
 Crime and Punishment  Dostoevsky
 Das Kapital  Karl Marx
 Divine Comedy  Dante
 Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde  Stevenson
 Don Quixote-  Cervantes
 Dr.Zhivago  Boris Pasternak
 For whom the Bell Tolls  Ernest Hemingway
 Forsyte Saga  John Galsworthy
 Freedom at Midnight  Dominique Lapierre
 Gathering Storm  Winston Churchill
 Geet Govind  Jaya Dev
 Gora  R.N. Tagore
 Hamlet  Shakespeare
 Harsha Charit  Bana Bhatt
 Hunchback of Notre Dame  Victor Hugo
 Hungry Stones  R.N.Tagore
 Iliad  Homer
 Invisible Man  H.G.Wells
 Ivanhoe  Walter Scott
 Jungle Book  Rudyard Kipling
 Kadambari  Bana Bhatt
 Kidnapped  R.L.Stevenson
 King Lear  Shakespeare
 Kumar Sambhav  Kalidas
 Last Days of Pompeii  Bulwer Lytton
 Les Miserables  Victor Hugo
 Life Divine  Shri Aurobindo
 Mahabharat  Ved  Vyas
 Man and Superman  G.B.Shaw
 Meghdut  Kalidas
 Mother  Maxim Gorky
 Odyssey  Homer
 Oliver Twist  Charles Dickens
 Othello  Shakespeare
 Panchatantra  Vishnu Sharma
 Paradise lost  John Milton
 Pickwick Papers  Charles Dickens
 Plague  Albert Camus
 The Post Office  R.N.Tagore
 Principia  Issac Newton
 Ramayana  Valmiki
 Robinson Crusoe  Daniel Defoe
 Shah Nama  Firdausi
 Shape of things to come  H.G.Wells
 Three Musketeers  Alexandre Dumas
 The Tempest  Shakespeare
 Asian Drama  Gunnar Myrdal
 The Bubble  Mulk Raj Anand
 Ben Hur  Lewis Wallace
 The Castle  Franz Kalka
 Chandalika  Rabindra Nath Tagore
 The Class  Erich Byron
 The Clown  Heinrich Boll
 Comedy of Errors  William Shakespeare
 Communist Manifesto  Karl Marx
 Confessions  Jean Jacques Rousseau
 The Court Dancer  Rabindra Nath Tagore
 Death of a City  Amrita Pritam
 Decline and Fall of the Roman  Edward Gibbon Empire
 Essays of Gita  Sir Aurobindo Ghosh
 French Revolution  Thomas Carlyle
 Ganadevata  Tara Shankar Bandopadhyaya
 Glimpses of World History  Jawaharlal Nehru
 The Godfather  Mario Puzo
 Grammar of Politics  Harold T.Laski
 Guide  R.K.Narayan
 Hindu View of Life  Dr.S.Radha Krishnan
 Hungry Stones  Rabindra Nath Tagore
 India Divided  Dr.Rajendra Prasad
 Jurassik Park  Michael Crichton
 Kidnapped  Robert Louis Stevenson
 Richard Nixon  Leaders
 Mahatma Gandhi  Romain Rolland
 The Masters  C.P.Shaw
 My Truth  Indira Gandhi
 Old Man and the Sea  Earnest Hemingway
 The Other Side of Midnight  Sindye Sheldon
 Pride and Prejudice  Jane Austen
 Shape of Things to Come  H.G.Wells
 Sons and Lovers  D.H.Lawrence
 Treasure Island  R.L.Stevenson
 Valley of Dolls  Jacqueline Susann
 Wealth of Nations  Adam Smith

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