5 amazing translated Tamil Books to read this may 2015

May 22, 2015

Every year thousands of books getting published written by famous authors and newbies. There are lots of trends we have observed in our 4 year long journey of selling books online since 2011.

Translated books are a treat for the readers who cannot otherwise read.

5 Amazing translated Tamil Books

  1. Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown (Tamil)
  2. Sachin Tendulkar Suyasarithai (Translation of Sachin Tendulkar – An Autobiography)
  3. Kathaa Nayagan (Translation of Hero by Rhonda Bryne)
  4. Wangari Maathai Biography 
  5. Top 200 Varalaatru Manithargal (Tamil)
da vinci code tamil books

da vinci code

sachin tendulkar suyasarithai en vazhi thani vazhi tamil books

sachin tendulkar suyasarithai en vazhi thani vazhi



Top 200 Varalartru Manitharkal

Top 200 Varalartru Manitharkal

waangari mathaai

waangari mathaai

Have you read these books mentioned above?

Do you have any suggestions / recommendations to be read this summer?

if so, please update the same in comments.

Top Indian Authors who made have been shortlisted in The Booker Prize

May 25, 2015

Man Booker Prize is the Oscar of the Literary World. Every year, the best original novel written in English language will be selected and awarded.

booker prize

Man Booker Prize

 The Man Booker Prize for Fiction (formerly known as the Booker-McConnell Prize and commonly known simply as the Booker Prize) is a literary prize

List of winners and shortlisted authors of the Booker Prize for Fiction

The following is a list of winners and shortlisted authors of the Booker Prize for Fiction. Winning titles are listed in yellow, first in their year. The

Lets look at the nominations for year Man Booker Prize 2014

Richard Flanagan The Narrow Road to the Deep North Chatto & Windus
Joshua Ferris To Rise Again at a Decent Hour Viking
Karen Joy Fowler We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves Serpent’s Tail
Howard Jacobson J Jonathan Cape
Neel Mukherjee The Lives of Others Jonathan Cape
Ali Smith How to Be Both Hamish Hamilton

For 2014, Richard Flanagan has been chosen as the winner.

There are many Indian Authors too who have made it to the finalists and some have won the Booker prize.

Salman Rushdie of Midnight’s Children in 1981

Arundhathi Roy of The God of small things in 1997

Have you read the books from these authors?

Also check this 12 Indian Authors Who Made It To The Booker Prize And Should Be On Your Reading List Too