10 Best Nonfiction Indian Author Books Everyone Must Read

Non-fiction books offer a treasure trove of wisdom, inspiring tales, and valuable insights that can change your perspective on the world. Embrace the power of real-life narratives and factual information. Whether you’re a history enthusiast, a keen social commentator, or just love to explore the world through literature, these books written by Indian authors are guaranteed to leave a lasting impact.

10 Best Nonfiction Indian Author Books Everyone Must Read

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There are many best Nonfiction books written by Indian authors. Nonfiction is a great way to imbibe valuable life lessons, and tips. Non fiction books are more like a survival toolkit with compelling and engaging ways to live life, achieve success, build habits, and accomplish goals. 

Here are the 10 best Nonfiction Indian Author Books everyone must read: 

Life’s Amazing Secret by Gaur Gopal Das: 

Life’s amazing secrets by Gaur Gopal Das retells various experiences and solutions to different situations in life. The book focuses on the problems of a person but reveals a lot of information and knowledge about spirituality and related practices.

This book is filled with precious insights and a lot of examples of how to live life with purpose and in a balanced manner. If you want to listen to the book, download our Wizdom app and listen peacefully. 

Do Epic Shit by Ankur Warikoo: 

Do Epic Shit by Ankur Warikoo is a powerful and inspiring book that encourages readers to embrace their passions and take bold action to achieve their goals. 

Ankur Warikoo, is a successful entrepreneur and business leader, and he shares his own personal experiences and insights throughout the book to help readers understand how they can do epic shit in their own lives.

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Wings of Fire by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam: 

Wings of Fire is the autobiography of the Missile Man of India and the former President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. In the autobiography, Kalam examines his early life, effort, hardship, fortitude, luck and chance that eventually led him to lead Indian space research, nuclear and missile programs. 

This book contains the life of a simple yet determined person. There is so much knowledge and good things that everybody can extract from this book. 

Corporate Chanakya by Radhakrishnan Pillai:

Chanakya, the most powerful strategist of 4th Century BC, documented his ideas on management, in the Arthashastra. In the present book, the author simplifies these age-old formulae for success in today’s corporate world.

Corporate Chanakya is a management and leadership guide that applies the ancient wisdom of Chanakya to the contemporary corporate environment. 

You Can Win by Shiv Khera:

You Can Win is a book by Shiv Khera written in simple and lucid style with real life examples and step by step strategies for achievers.

The author takes the reader through his own as well as other leaders’ insights to keep the reader’s mind fresh and enthusiastic throughout the book. The book has simplified deep philosophies to make the reader realize it’s true worth. 

Three Thousand Stitches by Sudha Murthy:

This is a short story book consisting of eleven true stories of her personal life. She talks candidly about the meaningful impact of her work in the devadasi community, her trials and tribulations as the only female student in her engineering college and the unexpected and inspiring consequences of her father’s kindness. 

Unmasking both the beauty and ugliness of human nature, each of the real-life stories in this collection is reflective of a life lived with grace.

Turning Points: A Journey Through Challenges by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam:

This book is a confession and unfurling of the unsung past of A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. The trials and tribulations he had to face and overcome to bask under the presidential glory are openly penned in pages of this novel.

This book is not just a book but an insight into the life of the greatest personality India has produced- A.P.J Abdul Kalam. 

Vivekananda: The Philosopher of Freedom (Aleph) by Govind Krishnan V.:

This book argues that the best antidote to the Sangh Parivar’s appropriation of Vivekananda is for more people to read his work. 

Pointing out that Vivekananda was not a Hindu supremacist nor a “facile glorifier of Hinduism”, as the Sangh Parivar portrays him to be, the writer says Vivekananda’s thought stands in direct opposition to all the fundamentalist tenets of Hindutva. As a liberal and an individualist, Vivekananda pushed for universal religious tolerance.

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Stay Hungry Stay Foolish book by Rashmi Bansal: 

Stay Hungry Stay Foolish is a 2008 book by the Indian non-fiction author Rashmi Bansal. Stay Hungry Stay Foolish is a famous quote of American business magnate Steve Jobs. Stay Hungry Stay Foolish created a new record in Indian publishing by selling over 300,000 copies and has been translated into eight languages. 

It is the story of 25 IIM Ahmedabad graduates who chose the rough road of entrepreneurship. They are diverse in age, in outlook and the industries they made a mark in. But they have one thing in common: they believed in the power of their dreams.

Let’s Talk Money by Monika Halan:

This book is truly a practical guide to our personal finance management. The book provides a rough map for one’s financial journey. 

India’s favourite financial planner, Monika Halan, offers you a feet-on-the-ground  system to build financial security. Not a get-rich-quick guide, this book helps you build a smart system to live your dream life, rather than stay worried about the right investment or perfect insurance.




Reavnth Goud

Reavnth Goud

Reavnth Goud is a Content writer who loves to write on Self-Improvement and nonfictional books. He enjoys more in Solitude And walking in nature.


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