List of important books and authors for IBPS PO, Clerk, SBI and SSC exam

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Important Books and Authors:

Back with important general awareness topic generally asked in any competitive exam like IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, SBI PO and SBI Clerk. Today we are going to discuss about famous books and authors. There are various famous books in India as well as world. Here we are giving list of some important books and author usually asked in IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk and any competitive exam. As you know that, In India there are many famous books like Mahabharata, Ramayana and other books. So participating candidates must check list of important books and author Pdf. Candidates can see 2-3 question from this topic in any competitive exam. Interested aspirant can download list of important books and authors from given link below.

Book Name Written By
                                              Start From “A”
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Adventures of Tom Sawyer Mark Twain
Ain-i-Ak Bari Abul Fazal
The Alchemist Paulo Colelho
All’s Well that Ends Well William Shakespeare
An American Tragedy  Theodore Dreiser
An Idealist view of life Dr S. Radhakrishnan
Anand Math Bankim Chandra Chattaerjee
Androcles and the Lion George Bernard Shaw
Ape and Essence A.Huxley
Apple Cart George Bernard Shaw
Arabian Nights Sir Richard Burton
Area of Dark ness V.S. Naipaul
Arthashastra Kautilya
Arms and the Man George Bernard Shaw
Around the world in eighty days Jule verne
As you like it William Shakeshpeare
Autobiography of an unknown Indian Nirad C.Choudhary
                                     Start From” B ”
Babur-nama Babur
Between the lines Kuldip Nayar
Bharat Bharati Maithili Sharan Gupt
Bitter Sweet Noel Coward
Brave new world Aldous Huxley
Broken wings Sarjonini Naidu
Bunch of old letters Jawaharlal Nehru
Caesar and Cleopatra George Bernard Shaw
Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer
Chitra Rabindranath Tagore
Comedy of errors William Shakespeare
Coolie Mulk Raj Anand
Crime and punishment Fyodor Dostoevsky
Das Kapital Karl Marx
David Copperfield Charles Dickens
Descent of Man Charles Darwin
Dilemma of Our Time Harold Joseph Laski
Discovery of India Jawaharlal Nehru
Divine Life Swami Sivananda
Doctor’s Dilemma George Bernard Shaw
Doctor Zhivago Boris Pastenark
Ends and Means Aldous Huxley
Farewell to Arms Ernest Hemingway
First among Equals Jeffrey Archer
For Whom the Bell Tolls Ernest Hemingway
Freedom at midnight Lary Collins and Dominique Lapierre
Future Shock Alvin Troffler
Geet Govinda Jay Deva
Gitanjali Rabindranath Tagore
Gita Rahasya Bal Gangadar Tilik
Glimpses of world History Jawaharlal Nehru
Godan Munshi Prem Chand
Golden threshold Sarojini Naidu
 The Golden Gate Vikram Seth
Gone with the Wind Margaret Mitchell
Gora Rabindranath Tagore
Grammar of Politics Harold Laski
Great Expectations Charles Dickens
Guide, The R K.Naryana
Gul-e-Naghma Raghupati Sahai Friaq
Gulliver’s travels Jonathan Swift
Hamlet William Shakespeare
Harsha Charita Bana Bhatt
Heat and Dust Ruth P.Jhabwala
Hindu view of life Dr S.Radhakrishnan
If I am assassinated Z.A.Bhutto
Illiad Homer
Importance of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde
India Divided Rajendra Prasad
India Wins freedom Maulana Abdul kalam Azad
Indian home Rule M.K.Gandhi
Indian philosophy Dr S.Radhakrishnan
Invisible man H.G.Wells
Iron in the Soul Jean Paul Sartre
Ivanhoe Walter Scott
Judgment, The  Kuldip Nayar
Julius Caesar William Shakespeare
Jungle Book Rudyard Kipling
Kadambari Bana Bhatt
Kamasutra Vatsyayan
Kamayani Jai Shakar Prasad
King Lear William Shakespeare
Kumar Sambhava Kalidas
Life Divine Aurobindo Ghosh
Letters from a Father to his Daughter Jawaharlal Nehru
Lolita V.Nabakov
Love Story Eric Segal
Macbeth William Shakespeare
Mahabharata Ved Vyas
Man and Superman George Bernard Shaw
Man of Destiny George Bernard Shaw
Meghdoot Kalidas
Midnight’s children Salaman Rushdie
Merchant  of Venice William Shakespeare
Mother Maxim Gorky
Much ado about Nothing William Shakespeare
Mudra Rakshas Vishakadutta
My Experiment with Truth  Mahatma Gandhi
My Music, My Life Ravi Shankar
My Truth Indira Gandhi
Natya Shastra Bharat Muni
Nine days Wonder John Masefield
Odyssey Homer
Oliver Twist Charles Dickens
Origin of Species Charles Darwin
Othello William Shakespeare
Panchatantra Vishnu Sharma
Passage to England, A Nirad C.Choudhary
Paradise Lost John Milton
Passage to India, A E.M. Forster
The Patriot Pearl S. Buck
Post office Rabindranath Tagore
Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen
Raghuvamsa Kalidas
Ram Charita Manas Tulsidas
Ramayana Valmiki
Ratnavali Harsha Vardhan
Ritu Samhara Kali das
Romeo and Juliet William Shakespeare
Rubaiyat Omar Khayyam
Sadar-i-Riyasat Karan Singh
Satyartha Prakash Swami Dayanand Saraswati
Savitri Sri Aurobindo Ghosh
Sense and sensibility Jane Austen
Satanic Verses, The Salman Rushdie
Shahnama Firdausi
Shakuntala Kalidas
Shape of thing to come H.G.Wells
Shame Salman Rushdie
Sohrab and Rustum Mathew Arnold
Sunny Days Sunil Gavaskar
Tale of Two cities, A Charles Dickens
Tempest, The William Shakespeare
Three Musketeers Alexander Dumas
Time machine H.G. Wells
To Liver or Not to Live Nirad C. Choudhary
Triumph John Kenneth Galbraith
Twelfth Night William Shakespeare
Twenty Years After Alexander Dumas
Two Leaves and a Bud Mulk Raj Anand
Ulysses James Joyce
Unto This last John Ruskin
Utopia Thomas Moore
Uttar Ramcharita Bhabhuti
Valley of Dolls Jacqueline Susann
Vanity Fair William Thackeray
Vinay Patrika Tulsidas
Virginians, The William Thackeray
Vish Vriksha Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
Voice of Conscience V.V.Giri
Wake Up India Annie Beseant
War and Peace Leo Tolstoy
Wealth of Nations Adam Smith
Wonder that Was India, The A.L. Basham
Yama Mahadevi Verma

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