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Top 10 Romantic Novels by Indian Authors 

Top 10 Romantic Novels by Indian Authors

In this article, I have provided the best novels for you after researching and spending a lot of time. I hope you will enjoy reading these high demands and the best seller novels. 

Best Romantic Novels by Indian Authors

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Best Indian Romantic Novels are:-

  1. Your Dreams Are Mine Now By Ravinder Singh
  2. I Too Had A Love Story By Ravinder Singh
  3. That Kiss in the Rain By Novoneel Chakraborty
  4. Anything For You Ma’am By Tushar Raheja
  5. If It’s Not Forever – It’s Not Love By Durjoy Datta
  6. You Were My Crush! Till You Said You Love Me! By Durjoy Datta
  7. One & A Half Love Story By Vishal Anand
  8. You are My Reason to Smile By Arpita Vageria
  9. The Boy who Loved – Durjoy Datta
  10. Sorry You’re Not My Type – Sudeep Nagarkar

The above-mentioned all are the best Romantic Indian Novels I hope you will enjoy these Books.

Novel Story in Brief…

1. Your Dreams Are Mine Now:This is a completely opposite story. She is a small-town girl and she takes admission to Delhi University (DU). Her studies are on first priority.

He is a Delhi guy, seriously into youth politics in Delhi University. He fights to make his way. Student union elections are his first priority.

But then opposites attract as well! A campus’s scandal brings them together and they begin to walk the same path and somewhere along.

Fall in love . . . But their fight against evil comes at a heavy price, which becomes the ultimate test of their lives.

Dreams Are Mine Now is an innocent love story that will gravitate at your heartstrings.

2. I Too Had A Love Story: Do Love stories ever die? Can modern-day’s gadgets like Mobile phones and the era of the Internet bring you the love of your life?

If you haven’t met her earlier, commit to marry. Will you still call this a love marriage?

And what if on the engagement day while you pull the ring out from your pocket, you realize what you planned was just a dream which never comes true…?

How would you react when a beautiful person comes into your life and becomes your most precious possession and then one day goes far away from you…forever?

Not all love stories are having a perfect ending. Some stay incomplete.

Yet they are beautiful in their own way. This love story is one such innocent and beautiful story.

3. That Kiss in the Rain:If we women are really weak then why do they need to discharge so many sperms for one ovum?

Pallavi, 27, single, Kingfisher Airlines.

Half the headaches in a man’s life involve a woman and half the heartaches in a woman’s life are because of a man.

Swadha, 24, single, NH Consultants Pvt. Ltd.

And then they met him…..exactly when they shouldn’t have.

4. Anything For You Ma’am:Tejas Narula’s college misadventures and comic entanglements are a result of the twisted hand of fate.

Follow his journey across the nation to his love, aided only by his ingenuity and a trustworthy band of friends.

First published in 2006, this seventh-anniversary edition of the book in its very original form is back in public demand.

Sold over half a million books, this book is a must for all campus lovers.

5. If It’s Not Forever – It’s Not Love:To the everlasting power of love…

When Deb, an author, and publisher, survives the bomb blasts at Chandni Chowk, he knows his life is nothing short of a miracle. And though he escapes with minor injuries, he is haunted by the images and voices that he heard on that unfortunate day.

Even as he recovers, his feet take him to where the blasts took place. From the burnt remains he discovers a diary.

It seems to belong to a dead man who was deeply in love with a girl. As he reads the heartbreaking narrative, he knows that this story must never be left incomplete.

Thus begins Deb’s journey with his girlfriend, Avantika, and his best friend, Shrey, to hand over the diary to the man’s beloved.

Highly engrossing and powerfully told, If It’s Not Forever . . . tells an unforgettable tale of love and life.

6. You Were My Crush! Till You Said You Love Me!:The author tries to give the message that in order for a long time relationship to work and stay stable, one needs to realize his/her limitations and develop an understanding.

The book also throws light upon the unorthodox love between parents and children. The book reinstates the fact that without a family, you are left feeling eternally empty.

The novel depicts the transformation of Benoy as he meets Diya who turns him from a reckless man to a responsible and sincere one.

The book leaves us enlightened with a lot of meaningful messages, about family, love, and life

7. One & A Half Love Story: – What will you do if one day you find a girl saying she had a great time with your love and wants to spend all her life in his arms? And the only thing you know about her is that you don’t know anything about her.

Nimisha travels all the way to Bangalore to celebrate her Valentine’s week with Viraj. They did have a great time together, but she stumbles upon Shriya to learn about Viraj’s past. Who is Shriya? A co-worker? A companion? Or, more than that? ‘One & A Half Love Story is a compelling journey of three very different people – Nimisha, Viraj, and Shriya.

8. You are My Reason to Smile: – Ranbir is a dreamer, he has a well-paying job, but his aspirations are higher.

He is a good lover, he adores Adah and can forego any comfort of the world for her sake. But even then, he is not happy. Because his true calling is not in corporate, it’s in writing.

After much deliberation, he takes the plunge and leaves his job to write full-time.

While he struggles for balance, Adah also starts keeping herself away.

Was she really in love with him and was it just a facade?

Amidst all this confusion, Pihu Sharma enters his life – his first-ever fan, who seems to be head over heels in love with him. While Ranbir’s equation with Adah deteriorates, Pihu leaves behind her luxurious life to shift in with him. Is this the true love Ranbir had been waiting for?

Join Ranbir as he makes his way through a world that kills for money and dies for love.

9.The Boy who loved: – The only thing you cannot plan in life is when and who to fall in love with…

Raghu likes to show that there is nothing remarkable about his life—loving, middle-class parents, an elder brother he looks up to, and plans to study in an IIT. And that’s how he wants things to seem—normal.

Deep down, however, the guilt of letting his closest friend drown in the school’s swimming pool gnaws at him. And even as he punishes himself by hiding from the world and shying away from love and friendship, he feels drawn to the fascinating Brahmi…a girl quite like him, yet so different. No matter how hard Raghu tries, he begins to care . . . Then life throws him into the deep end and he has to face his worst fears.

Will love be strong enough to pull him out?

The Boy Who Loved, first of a two-part romance, is warm and dark, edgy and quirky, wonderfully realistic, and dangerously unreal.

10. Sorry You’re Not My Type:- All relationships should come with a precautionary warning: HANDLE WITH CARE

The final audition for Rajhans College’s prestigious music band brings together three contrasting personalities. Vikrant, a perfectionist, believes there is only one perfect someone for you.

Anamika is a free spirit, who stands up for what she believes is right. And Yuvi, a die-hard music lover, who can strum the guitar all night long and still wake up the next morning to drop off his girlfriend.

The three become close friends and start hanging out regularly. So how does Aditya, a stranger, become familiar with their lives? And what happens next?

Sorry, You’re Not My Type is a true story that will redefine friendship, affection, and infatuation.


9+ Best Selling Romantic Novels by Indian Author

  1. Will You Still Love Me? by Ravinder Sharma
  2. Wish I Could Tell You By Durjay Datta
  3. Her Last wish By Ajay K Pandey
  4. Everything I Never Told You By Ajay K Pandey
  5. You are the Best Friend By Ajay K Pandey
  6. The Girl I Love By Amit Nangia
  7. Till The Last Breath . . .By Durjay Datta
  8. You are the Best Wife: A True Love Story By Ajay K Pandey
  9. A Girl to Remember By Ajay K Pandey

Novel Story in Brief…

  1. Will You Still Love Me:- Lavanya Gogoi is from the scenic hills of Shillong while Rajveer Saini belongs to the shahi city of Patiala. Worlds apart from one another, the two land up next to each other on a flight from Mumbai to Chandigarh. It’s love at the first flight, at least for one of them. For the other . . . well, it’s going to take more than a plane ride!
  2. Wish I Could Tell You: – A disillusioned and heartbroken Anusha finds herself in the small world of

Struggling to cope with her feelings and the job of raising money for charity, she reluctantly searches for a worthwhile cause to support.

For Ananth, who has been on the opposite side, no life is less worthy, no cause too small to support.

Behind them are teams for whom going to extraordinary lengths to save lives is more than a full-time occupation. In front of them is the virtual world of social media-watching, interacting, judging, making choices, and sometimes, saving lives.

From the virtual to the real, their lives and that of their families, entangled in a way that moving together is the only solution. They can’t escape each other.

In this world of complicated relationships, should love be such a difficult ride?

  1. Her Last wish: – His father’s over-expectations only ruined his self-confidence further with each failure.

A ray of hope walked into his life as his wife, a charismatic personality spreading joy wherever she went.

Everything is going as per plan, but darkness comes knocking soon.

He finds out that she does not have much time to live and takes it upon himself to fight all odds – even his family if need be – to help her fight her medical condition.

His father sees his own redemption in helping them, he knows his son will be a winner only if he will fight for her, with her.

Will a defeated son prove himself to be a good husband? Will the father-son duo together be able to change the course of fate? Her Last Wish is an inspiring story of love, relationships, and sacrifice, which proves once again how a good wife makes the best husband.

  1. Everything I Never Told You:- We can live without religion, but we cannot survive without love.

Roshan and Soha were not just classmates and neighbors, but also best friends.

They wanted to be together, but the world saw them as Hindus and Muslims before everything else.

Roshan failed to convince his father and had to let Soha go. He married Manisha with the hope of moving on, and his life unfolded with a new definition of love. When Anuj was born, theirs was a happy family.

Soha walked back into his life after Roshan lost Manisha to cancer.

History repeats itself after years, but this time, Roshan decides to not give up. His resolve to convince his son brings him to a point where he will have to make a choice.

Will Anuj be able to see someone else in place of his mother?

Will Roshan be able to choose between Anuj and Soha?

Will Soha be able to set herself free of a love she has nurtured all her life?

Everything I Never Told You is a burning reminder that the heart knows no restrictions, and of the boundless power of love.

  1. You are the Best Friend: – Ajay has lost his wife and is deep in depression. No amount of medication or therapy seems to help him as he struggles with his grief. He has only one wish—he wants to immortalize his wife.

Then, he meets Anisha, who is shocked at Ajay’s hatred toward God. How can a person hate God? Where would that hatred lead him? Anisha is ready to judge Ajay harshly when a simple, caring, and guileless gesture changes her perception of him.

So begins the journey of two people who are poles apart. A journey that will change their outlook towards life.

A bittersweet tale, told very simply, by a man who lost everything, except his ability to find humor in the world. This is the story of Ajay who finds a second lease of life. What helps him? A friend? Or the love that he finds again?

  1. The Girl I Love: – “Every girl has a guy that she won’t stop loving and every guy has a girl that he won’t stop fighting for.

”Myra loves Kairav and she does not even remember when! Not just his best friend, she is also his partner in a successful dream start-up.

Kairav has broken up again and turns to Myra for relief.

His broken heart needs the tender love of a friend to mend.

While Myra has loved him forever, Kairav cannot seem to see her more than a best friend.

Time is running out and she needs to take control of her life before it’s too late.

And it’s not like she does not have choices – there is Akhil, who would commit to her the moment she says yes; and Ratan, who would like to woo her to the altar. Except that Kairav objects to her admirers, much to her annoyance.

She has always been around and the thought of losing her scares him no end.

Can Myra break out of her going-nowhere relationship with Kairav? Will, she let her mind win over her heart? Will Kairav ever figure out a relationship beyond his no- commitment status, to discover the girl he loves? 

  1. Till The Last Breath: – The story revolves around two patients who meet in hospital room 50. They are living with different outlooks and vastly diverse life circumstances.

One is a 19-year-old medical student with an untreatable fatal disease. As she races towards her end, every breath to her seems like a milestone labeled with a victory.

The other is a patient with multiple organ failures due to a history of drug abuse.

He cannot wait for his last breath to arrive.

These two polar opposites in the hospital room are fighting death, as their doctors bend the rules of medicine and at some points, even their ethics to keep them breathing.

With a team of interns and their personal demons from the past haunting them, the story depicts various shades of two lives crossing paths in a single room.

Caught between their last moments, the two patients with not much in common, except their advancing death, share their tragic and inspiring stories and influence the lives of everyone around them.

This book, prancing around a race towards death, is beautifully written and swells up the throat of the readers with tears at multiple points in the storyline.

8. You are the Best Wife: A True Love Story:- This is a story about how people find true love and comfort in dissimilarities; about how two people with absolutely different ideologies meet and fall in love.

The story revolves around Bhavna and Ajay. Bhavna loves living life for others while Ajay loves living for himself; Bhavna is more spontaneous, never planning the next move and living life with the flow.

On the other hand, living life without planning a single move is almost blasphemous to Ajay.  Yet, they fall in love; they get married and love changes both of them for good.

However, destiny had some other plans for this couple in love; and, midway through their happiness, Bhavna had to resign from life. But does this halt mean the end of love?

Written in frank and clear words with a generous dosage of humor, ‘You Are the Best Wife’ is hailed as a true love story amidst all adversities.

It is an inspiring and bittersweet tale of a youth that metamorphoses into a whole new being after being touched by love.

  1. A Girl to Remember:- In every angel a demon hides, And in every demon, an angel strides.

Neel is a self-proclaimed demon, a slave to his desires, putting at stake even the purest of relationships for it.

He lives for himself, takes life as it comes, and considers people who love as emotional fools.

When he first sets his eyes on his new landlady, a widow who is eleven years elder than him, all he can see is an opportunity.

He has a plan to get rich and is working hard to achieve it until he bumps into Pihu.

She is an immature teenager who likes Neel for no apparent reason and blindly believes that he is an angel who will take away all her life’s troubles.

Neel hates Pihu for her unexplained obsession, and her being a hindrance in his plan, but her firm resolve to see a good person in him shakes Neel to the core.

Will Pihu make a difference? Does inner transformation come to a man who has gone to a point of no return? A Girl to remember is an emotional roller coaster that will make you believe that confession is the best punishment.

10+ Best Indian Novels or Best Novels by Indian authors

  1. An Indian Spy in Pakistan By Mohanlal Bhaskar and Jai Ratan
  2. The Girl in Room 105 By Chetan Bhagat
  3. Wake Up, Life is Calling By Preeti Shenoy
  4. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari By Robin Sharma
  5. Untruly Yours By Smita Shetty
  6. Hold My Hand By Durjoy Datta
  7. Someone Like You By Nikita Singh
  8. Revolution 2020 By Chetan Bhagat
  9. Two States By Chetan Bhagat
  10. Be My Perfect Ending By Arpita Vageria

Novel Story in Brief…

An Indian Spy in Pakistan: – Khushwant Singh wrote in the preface to the hardbound edition published in 1990 of this true account of Mohanlal Bhaskar’s mission to find out about Pakistan’s nuclear plans.

He was betrayed by one of his colleagues, presumably a double agent, and had to face the music on his own. The interrogation,

which was done by the army and police, included torture of the worst kind imaginable. Many of his comrades went insane or ended their own lives.

Large portions of his stories describe the methods used in gory and spine-chilling detail but there were also lighter moments with dacoits, prostitutes, pimps, and dope smugglers in the same jails.

He witnessed history unfolding from Mianwali jail when Sheikh Mujibur Rehman was brought there and had his grave dug and then refilled when Bhutto released him to return in triumph to Bangladesh.

From his cell he watched Indian bombers and fighters knock out Pakistan’s airforce from the skies.

The Girl in Room 105:- I’m Keshav, and my life is screwed. I hate my job and my girlfriend left me. Ah, the beautiful Zara. Zara is from Kashmir. She is a Muslim.

And did I tell you my family is a bit, well, traditional? Anyway, leave that.

Zara and I broke up four years ago.

She moved on in life. I didn’t. I drank every night to forget her. I called, messaged, and stalked her on social media. She just ignored me.

However, that night, on the eve of her birthday, Zara messaged me. She called me over, like old times, to her hostel room 105.

I shouldn’t have gone, but I did… and my life changed forever. This is not a love story. It is an unlove story.

Wake Up, Life is Calling: – Ankita has fought a mental disorder, been through hell, and survived two suicide attempts.

Now in Mumbai, surrounded by her loving and supportive parents, everything seems idyllic.

She is not on medication. She is in a college she loves, studying her dream subject: Creative Writing.

At last leading a ‘normal life, she immerses herself in every bit of it.

Underneath the surface, however, there is trouble brewing.

A book she discovers in her college library draws her in, consumes her, and sends her into terrifying darkness that twists and tears her apart.

To make matters worse, a past boyfriend resurfaces, throwing her into further turmoil.

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari:- A renowned inspirational fiction, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari is a revealing story that offers the readers a simple yet profound way to live life.

The plot of this story revolves around Julian Mantle, a lawyer who has made his fortune and name in the profession.

A sudden heart attack creates havoc in the successful lawyer’s life.

Jolted by the sudden onset of the illness, his practice comes to a standstill.

He ponders over material success being worth it all, renounces all of it, and leaves for India.

A visit to India about a spiritual awakening opens up new vistas and Julian begins to view life from a different perspective.

He decides to live his life once again but in a way that is much more fulfilling and meaningful than before.

Untruly Yours: – To some Natasha Iyer has it all – living the life of an affluent NRI, wife of a prominent psychologist, and mother to a cheeky 11-year-old.

However, behind closed doors, cracks are beginning to appear in her seemingly comfortable relationship with her professionally consumed husband.

Rakesh although.

Rakesh seems content with his Alpha neatness-fetish-melodramatic wife and bright son; Natasha yearns for romance, passion, and excitement.

Ironically, the psychologist’s husband fails to read between the lines, and Natasha is left to her own devices to deal with her unresolved emotions.

An unexpected call from India takes her through a journey of self-discovery with her devastatingly handsome work colleague, Steve.

She uncovers in some aspects urban India has changed considerably but equally, deep-rooted social issues still prevail in the so-called modern, educated, changing society.

A chance encounter with her ‘blast from the past – Veer, adds to the emotional rollercoaster ride.

Her one-man-woman status of many years has failed to equip her with vital tools to deal with the unanticipated surge of attention from Steve and Veer.

As she attempts to master the finer points of courtship, flirtation, and seduction; her life spirals out of control.

Natasha is compelled to make tough decisions about her love, friendship, marriage, and parenthood.

Hold My Hand: – The book, ‘Hold My Hand’ is a contemporary Indian fiction novel that reflects the true aspects of love. Revolving around the relationship of two youngsters, Deep and Ahana, the story reveals the true power of love and the sacrifices one has to endure for one love. Written in a refreshing narrative style and crisp storytelling technique, the innovative story of this book keeps the readers glued to the end. It is authored by Durjoy Dutta, one of the most popular contemporary Indian writers of his time. It has been published by Penguin India in 2013.

Deep is a handsome young boy. He is tall and has a sense of personality but what sets him apart is his awkwardness and inability to converse with fellow human beings.

He is not comfortable dealing with humans but he is very eloquent when books are under consideration. He loves the world of books and always finds solitude within the pages filled with words.

His life takes an unusual turn when he gets a chance to do an internship in Hong Kong. After arriving in Hong Kong, Deep meets Ahana, a beautiful girl who is blind.

Deep falls in love with her and then begins a spectacular journey of dreams, hopes, and promises. Both of them explore the world within Hong Kong together.

Things look good until Ahana’s ex-boyfriend comes into the picture. Will their love survive this test of destiny?

Someone Like You: – It is a contemporary novel that revolves around the lives of five people who are looking for the right path in their lives.

The book begins with the story of a girl named Niharika Singh, who considered herself to be ugly until her sister Simran gives her a wonderful makeover.

After her transformation, Niharika realized that she is also as beautiful as every other girl whom she used to consider prettier than her.

When she goes into a completely new city for her college, she meets three new boys, Tanmay, Karthik, and Akshat.

Tanmay eventually becomes her best friend, and Karthik ends up being a mysterious guy in her life whom she likes but always remains confused about him.

Akshat turns out to be her sister’s ex-boyfriend but they start forming an unusual bond. In the story, there is another girl called Pia, who is Niharika’s roommate and her only friend on the new college campus.

Pia is already in a long-distance relationship with Vishal but starts liking Tanmay, who is already in love with her. The storyline beautifully interweaves around the lives of all these five characters on their quest to find what’s right for them.

While revolving around love stories and each character’s individual lives, the book also sends a message that everyone cannot be trusted without much experience and reason.

Even one cannot blame others without knowing all the hidden facts about their behavior. Everyone has black, white, and grey shades in their nature and different shades come out with different experiences and people around them.

All these interesting things are described in a beautiful lucid manner, which makes the book quite an engaging read from the very first page to the last.

Revolution 2020:- The books of Chetan Bhagat need no introduction. He is one of the most widely read authors of India. He has a long list of best sellers.

Revolution 2020 is just another gem on that list. Set against the backdrop of one of India’s oldest cities- Varanasi, this book is sure to capture the imagination of all Indian readers.

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The main characters of this book are people all Indian readers can easily identify with namely; Gopal, Raghav, and Aarti. They are childhood friends, with one of the boys wanting to use his intelligence for raking in the money and the other wanting to fight the rut of the system.

And in between them is Aarti. What ensues is a tale of love, heartbreak, dark politicians, the power of money, friendship turning enmity, and true happiness.

This is a gripping tale that is sure to capture the attention of the youth who will find many scenarios of the book relatable to their personal lives.

Chetan Bhagat is a master at writing novels that are easy to understand and its lucid language ensures its widespread popularity.

Two States: – Adapted as a hit film, this book is the fourth in Bhagat’s list of novels and also the fourth one to be adapted as a movie. This fun-filled love story that gets complicated when the question of marriage comes up is a loose adaptation of Chetan Bhagat’s own marriage.

This is a story of a love affair between two IIM students hailing from two different states, Punjab and Tamil Nadu.

Miles apart in distance and custom, Krish and Ananya’s love blossoms within the confines of their college walls. But with the end of college and the beginning of a career, the question of marriage does not stand far away.

They embark on a journey of convincing their parents for marriage. But persuasion takes a lot more than just a few words.

The journey that the couple takes from being romantically involved to getting married is full of twists and turns. This is more because, in India, it is easy to fall in love but tricky to convert that love into a love marriage.

The book details the quintessential Indian parents, the way marriages generally work in India, and the two varied cultures beautifully; it also goes on to show that far beyond religion and creed, love keeps fighting for its place.

Be My Perfect Ending:- Not every story has a happy ending, but is a perfect ending all that matters?

Armaan is a young television writer and seems to have it all – a dream job, ample money, and a good place to live in Mumbai. Despite all that, his heart lies somewhere in his hometown Indore.

Merry and beaming through all of life’s ups and downs, Sara is a little desolate and now needs a different space to rethink her life as she joins a leading television channel in Mumbai.

Armaan and Sara meet in FILMY style and quite obviously then, cannot help but fall in love. The passionate new romance in his life throws everything else aside, but little does he know that there’s a storm headed their way.

Walking together, they stumble upon long-buried truths, shocking new twists, and tough decisions.

Be My Perfect Ending is a story of love that knows no bounds, of endings that are far from ordinary and new beginnings that hold a promise of LOVE.

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5+ Best Indian Novels to read Or Best Indian Novels that everyone needs to read

  1. The Girl With A Secret Crush By Sudha Nair
  2. Our Love Story By Rohit Sharma
  3. You are the Best Wife: A True Love Story By Ajay K Pandey
  4. You’re The Password To My Life By Sudeep Nagarkar
  5. Love@Facebook By Nikita Singh

Novel Story in Brief…

The Girl with A Secret Crush: – Twenty-nine-year-old Malini is single, a cat lover, and a proofreader with a secret crush.

Vikram Mathur is a bestselling author with more than a dozen books and a debilitating problem writer’s block.

What Malini wants more than anything is to meet Vikram, but he doesn’t even know she exists.

What if wishes were to come true? Read this short and sweet story to find out.

Will Malini get her heart’s desire?

Will Vikram be able to write his next bestseller?

Our Love Story: – Veronica is done. Done trying to make it a model. Done with getting sexually harassed by casting directors.

And done seeing her mother struggle to provide for her family. Tonight, everything ends.

She teeters over the edge of the parapet, imagining how the Coldwater of the Arabian Sea will take her breath away when she drowns. And then, she is stopped. By a man with an endearing smile and a guitar strapped to his back.

Enter Aditya Bakshi. Aditya is the son of a filthy rich business tycoon, who lives each day like it’s his last.

He seems to have it all, but behind his happy-go-lucky persona, he is hiding a painful secret.

Both feel that they can’t be together. But will that stop them from falling in love? Our love story is a sensitive, romantic,

And the motivating story about selfless love and intricate relationships inspiring tale of love and heartbreak,

Hope and hopelessness, friendship and hatred, smiles and tears.

You are the Best Wife: A True Love Story:- You Are The Best Wife: A True Love Story is a story about how people find true love and comfort in dissimilarities; about how two people with absolutely different ideologies meet and fall in love.

The story revolves around Bhavna and Ajay. Bhavna loves living life for others while Ajay loves living for himself; Bhavna is more spontaneous, never planning the next move and living life with the flow.

On the other hand, living life without planning a single move is almost blasphemous to Ajay. Yet, they fall in love; they get married and love changes both of them for good.

However, destiny had some other plans for this couple in love; and, midway through their happiness, Bhavna had to resign from life. But does this halt mean the end of love?

Written in frank and clear words with a generous dosage of humor, ‘You Are the Best Wife’ is hailed as a true love story amidst all adversities.

It is an inspiring and bittersweet tale of a youth that metamorphoses into a whole new being after being touched by love.

You’re The Password To My Life: – Virat and Kavya are like chalk and cheese. In spite of their differences, they are best friends and not even Mahek—the love of Virat’s life—can come in the way of that.

But, as happens in every relationship, their friendship is put to the test by an unforeseen incident.

Can Aditya, along with his cousin, come to their rescue yet again?

Love @ Facebook: – In today’s world, everyone wants to be a Star! Having a normal, comfortable, and content life simply isn’t enough anymore.

With Facebook on a roll, the Stars get a superb platform to feel like Stars.

Best Love Story Novels By Indian Authors

  1. This Is Not Your Story By Savi Sharma
  2. Everyone Has A Story By Savi Sharma
  3. Indians: A Brief History of a Civilization By Namit Arora
  4. I’m an Average Looking Boy… Will You Be My Girlfriend? By Roopesh Kumar
  5. A Bollywood AffairBy Sonali Dev

Novel Story in Brief…

This Is Not Your Story: – Shaurya, a CA student. This is his story of following his dreams. Miraya, an interior designer. This is her story of believing in love.

Anubhav is an aspiring entrepreneur. This is his story of giving life another chance.

After her record-breaking debut novel, Everyone Has A Story, Savi Sharma tells a transforming tale of courage, hope, and self-discovery.

Everyone Has A Story: – Everyone has a story. Meera is a fledgling writer who is in search of a story that can touch millions of lives.

Vivaan, assistant branch manager at Citibank, dreams of traveling the world.

Kabir is a café manager who desires something of his own.

Nisha is the despondent café customer who keeps secrets of her own.

Everyone has their own story, but what happens when these four lives are woven together?

Pulling up a chair in Kafe, Kabir watches them explore friendship and love, writing their own pages of life from the cozy café to the ends of the world.

Indians: A Brief History of a Civilization: – Indian civilization is an idea, a reality, an enigma. In this riveting book, Namit Arora takes us on an unforgettable journey through 5000 years of history, reimagining in rich detail the social and cultural moorings of Indians through the ages.

Drawing on credible sources, he discovers what inspired and shaped them: their political upheavals and rivalries, customs and vocations, and a variety of unusual festivals.

Arora makes a stop at six iconic places – the Harappan city of Dholavira, the Ikshvaku capital at Nagarjunakonda, the Buddhist center of learning at Nalanda, enigmatic Khajuraho, Vijayanagar at Hampi, and historic Varanasi – enlivening the narrative with vivid descriptions, local stories, and evocative photographs.

Punctuating this are chronicles of famous travelers who visited India — including Megasthenes, Xuanzang, Alberuni, and Marco Polo – whose dramatic and idiosyncratic tales conceal surprising insights about our land.

I’m an Average Looking Boy… Will You Be My Girlfriend? : – Once upon a time, there was an intelligent boy called Vidoy.

And there was a beautiful girl called Dibisha.

They met under the Virgin tree.

He was not her cup of tea.

But very soon they became close friends.

He fell in love with her. But he could never say.

And she never thought about him in that way.

For her, he was just an average-looking boy.

She can do all nonsense before him. She doesn’t feel odd.

He can hold her hand while crossing the road.

But they are “just friends.”

Will he ever tell her what he feels for her?

If he does, will she ever accept him?

Well, Dibisha is a fun-loving girl, but why does she need to see a shrink?

And what are those strange myths about that Virgin tree?

A witty tale of friendship, love, and romance, this book will not only make you believe in true love but will assure you that if you love someone with all your heart, they will always find their way to you.

A Bollywood Affair:- Bollywood’s favorite director, Samir Rathod, has come to Michigan to secure a divorce for his older brother.

Persuading a village girl to sign the papers should be easy for someone with Samir’s tabloid-famous charm.

But Mili is neither a fool nor a gold-digger. And before he can stop himself, Samir is immersed in Mili’s life—cooking her dal and rotis, escorting her to her roommate’s elaborate Indian wedding, and wondering where his loyalties and happiness lie.

Heartfelt, witty, and thoroughly engaging, Sonali Dev’s novel is both a vivid exploration of modern India and a deeply honest story of love, in all its diversity.

Best selling Indian Novels

  1. Her Last wish By Ajay K Pandey
  2. One Arranged Murder By Chetan Bhagat
  3. Life is What You Make It By Preeti Shenoy
  4. Who will cry when you die By Robin Sharma
  5. 11 Hours By Daniel Paul Singh

Novel Story in Brief…

Her Last wish: – His father’s over-expectations only ruined his self-confidence further with each failure.

A ray of hope walked into his life as his wife, a charismatic personality spreading joy wherever she went. Everything is going as per plan, but darkness comes knocking soon.

He finds out that she does not have much time to live and takes it upon himself to fight all odds – even his family if need be – to help her fight her medical condition.

His father sees his own redemption in helping them, he knows his son will be a winner only if he will fight for her, with her.

Will a defeated son prove himself to be a good husband? Will the father-son duo together be able to change the course of fate? Her Last Wish is an inspiring story of love, relationships, and sacrifice, which proves once again how a good wife makes the best husband.

One Arranged Murder: – Ever since you found Prerna, I lost my best friend’ is what I told Saurabh.

Saurabh and Prerna will be getting married soon. It is an arranged marriage. However, there is a more cheesy romance between them than any love-marriage couple.

On Karva Chauth, she fasted for him. She didn’t eat all day. In the evening, she called him and waited on the terrace for the moon and for Saurabh to break her fast.

Excited, Saurabh ran up the steps of her three-story house. But when he reached.

Welcome to One Arranged Murder, an unputdownable thriller from India’s highest-selling author.

A story about love, friendship, family, and crime, it will keep you entertained and hooked right till the end.

Life is What You Make It: – The book was also selected as one of the all-time bestsellers of 2011 by the Times of India.

Life Is What You Make It is based on a love story that has been set in India in the 90s.

It has been described by the readers as a book portraying how love, hope, and determination can together win over even destiny.

The novel revolves around a woman in her 20s, Ankita, who has a past haunting her like a nightmare.

As she grows up from adolescence to a woman in her mid-20s, she wades through different situations, engages in affairs with a couple of guys, and is set back by her parents’ refusal to accept her situation.

As a result of non-stop upheavals in her life, Ankita develops bipolar disorder at one point in time.

The story revolves around Ankita’s struggles, determination, decisions, and faith in herself.

The book beautifully describes how she gets acquainted with her bipolar disorder, how she decides to help her own self, and how she battles these situations all by herself.

The title of the book in a way describes the central theme of the book but the manner in which Preeti drove home the point through an interesting story, is delightful.

Who will cry when you die: – Do You Feel that life is slipping by so fast that you might never get the chance to live with the meaning, happiness, and joy you know you deserve? If so, then this book will be the guiding light that leads you to a brilliant new way of living.

In this easy-to-read yet wisdom-rich manual, the author offers 101 simple solutions to life’s most complex problems, ranging from a little-known method for beating stress and worry to a powerful way to enjoy the journey while you create a legacy that lasts.

“When You Were Born, You Cried While The World Rejoiced. Live Your Life In Such A Way That When You Die, The World Cries While You Rejoice.”

Ancient Sanskrit Saying…

11 Hours: – Robin is a boy next door, who leads a happy life with his wife of two years, Diana.

One unsuspecting day, Diana goes missing from her office. Perplexed and worried, Robin runs amuck in search of her, only to receive a call from a stranger calling himself a Loser.

The Loser gives Robin 11 hours to find Brindha, who is Robin’s former crush.

Having no clue where and why he has to find her, who the Loser is, and where Diana is held captive, Robin begins his breath-taking adventure along with his tech-savvy best friend Prabhu, only to realize that every single thought of his is being monitored.

As the clock ticks, the men pull a trick or two from their sleeves and try to stay ahead of the Loser, but can they really outsmart him? Will Robin find Brindha, save Diana, and above all is Prabhu worth his trust?

13+ Best thriller Novels by Indian authors

  1. The Immortals of Meluha
  2. BaazAnuja Chauhan
  3. Eleven Minutes
  4. The Blue Umbrella
  5. The Girl With A Secret Crush
  6. The Girl Who Lived: A Thrilling Suspense Novel
  7. The 3 Mistakes of My Life
  8. Secret of the Nagas
  9. Five Point Someone
  10. Wings of Fire: An Autobiography of Abdul Kalam
  11. The Alchemist
  12. One Night @ the Call Center
  13. Love a Little Stronger

Best English Novels by Indian Authors

  1. The One from the Stars By Keshav Aneel
  2. I Too Had a Love Story By Ravinder Singh
  3. The Girl Of My DreamsBy Durjoy Datta
  4. A Half-Baked Love StoryBy Anurag & Gunjan Garg
  5. The Girl Who Knew Too MuchBy Vikrant Khanna
  6. The Boy Who Loved – By Durjoy Datta
  7. Sorry You’re Not My Type – By Sudeep Nagarkar
  8. The Promise By Teresa Driscoll Psychological Thriller
  9. Truly, Madly, Deeply! By Karen Kingsbury
  10. Wings of Fire: An Autobiography of Abdul Kalam By Arun Tiwari and A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

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