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The New Sourav Ganguly Autobiography Book Launch

Posted by Ray McLennan on 09-Jul-2018 09:44:12

You know the expression “1.3 billion Indians can’t be wrong”? Or maybe you don’t… Most Brits will agree that it is true of curry and many of cricket too. Cricket is more than India’s national sport. It is an institution, something fundamental to the Indian psyche and view of themselves as a people.

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The Top 10 Selling Indian Books By Indian Authors In The UK 2017 (so far…)

Posted by Ray McLennan on 17-Jul-2017 10:05:05

Some readers of our previous blog on the bestselling Indian titles in the UK expressed surprise at the number of Western authors and titles featured on the list. This reveals an important point about contemporary Indian publishing. India is in the perhaps unique position of having a non-English culture combined with a predominantly English language educational, academic and publishing industry. This gives the Indian publishing industry a universalism and diversity that is hard to find elsewhere. No title or author is ‘off-limits’.

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5 Of The Most Popular Indian Authors Revealed – Are You Stocking Their Books?

Posted by Ray McLennan on 02-Sep-2016 09:37:00

There are hundreds of talented and popular Indian authors who publish books in English. The Indian publishing industry is really booming, with a huge variety of fiction and non-fiction titles coming off the printing presses in India each year. The genres explored range from historical drama, to romance, popular science, self-help, crime thrillers and sci-fi. The writing styles and narratives of these books are as varied as the authors themselves.

Indian authors are able to draw upon the rich cultural heritage of India and the recent history of their country to provide some of the most varied and interesting backdrops in modern fiction. You certainly don’t have to be Indian to enjoy Indian books and novels. Indeed, many of the most successful Indian authors are as likely to be read in America or the UK as they are ‘at home’.

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