Books and Author One Liner Quiz Question and Answer

Books and Author One Liner Quiz Question and Answer

QuestionsAnswer
1. A Gift of MonotheistsRam Mohan Roy
2. A House for Mr.BiswasV.S.Naipaul
3. A JourneyTony Blair
4. A Minister and his ResponsibilitiesMorarji Bhai Desai
5. A Nation is MakingSurendra Nath Bandhopadhye
6. A Pair of Blue EyesThomash Hardy
7. A Passage to IndiaE. M. Foster
8. A Revenue StampAmrita Pritam
9. A Strange and Sublime AddressAmit Choudhary
10. A Suitable BoyBikram Seth
11. A Tale of Two CitiesCharls Dikens
12. A Voice of FreedomNayantara Shehgal
13. A week with GandhiL. Fischer
14. Adventures of Sherlock HomesArther Canon Doel
15. All the Prime Minister’s MenJanardan Thakur
16. Allahabad PrasastiHarisen
17. Amitabh- the Making of the SuperstarSusmita Das Gupta
18. Amukta MalyadKrishna Deva Raya
19. An Unknown IndianNirod C. Choudhary
20. Anand MathBankim Chandra Chattopadhaye
21. Anna KareninaLeo Tolstoy
22. AparajitoBibhuti Bhushan Bandopadhyay
23. Apple CartG. B. Shaw
24. AranyakBibhuti Bhushan Bandopadhyay
25. ArogyaniketanTarashankar Bandopadhyay
26. AstyadhayePanini
27. Bakul KathaAshapurna Devi
28. Ban Palashir PadabaliRamapada Chowdhury
29. Bandit QueenMala Sen
30. Bela Obela KalbelaJibanananda Das
31. Bengali ZamindarNilmoni Mukherjee
32. BicramanchadevBilhon
33. Blind BeautyBoris Pasternak
34. BuddhacharitAsha Ghosh
35. Captive LadyMichel Madhusudan Dutta
36. Causes of the Indian MutinySir Syyed Ahmed Khan
37. CharitraheenSarat Chandra Chattopadhyay
38. ChidambaraS. N. Panth
39. Circle of the RegionAmitabha Ghosh
40. City of Job CharnakNisith Ranjan Roy
41. Commedy ErrorsShekhspear
42. Conversations with MyselfNelson Mandela
43. CoolieMulkraj Anand
44. Crisis of IndiaRonal Segal
45. Das CapitalKarl Marks
46. Death of PresidentW. Marchent
47. DecamarenBocachio
48. Desert VillageOliver Goldsmith
49. DevdasSarat Chandra Chattopadhyay
50. Development as FreedomAmartya Sen
51. Devi ChaudharaniBankim Chandra Chattopadhaye
52. Divine ComedyDante
53. Divine LifeSivanand
54. Economic History of IndiaRamesh Chandra Dutta
55. End and MeansHuxlay
56. FaustGoethe
57. Ferary QueenEdmond Spensar
58. Freedom at MidnightLapierre & Collins
59. Friend Not MasterAyub Khan
60. Far from the Madding CrowdThomas Hardy
61. ArthashastraKautilya
62. Ain-i-AkbariAbul Fazal
63. Akbar-NamaAbul Fazal
64. Adventures of Sherlock HolmesArthur Conan Doyle
65. Adventures of Tom SaweyerMark Twain
66. Agni VeenaKazi Nasrul Islam
67. Alice in WonderlandLewis Carrol
68. Ancient MarinerColeridge
69. Animal FarmGeorge Orwell
70. Antony and CleopatraShakespeare
71. Arms and the ManG.B.Shaw
72. Around the World in eighty daysJules Verne
73. BaburnamaBabur
74. Ben HurLewis Wallace
75. Bhagwat GitaVed Vyas
76. BisarjanR.N.Tagore
77. Canterbury TalesChaucer
78. ChitraR.N.Tagore
79. Count of Monte CristoAlexander Dumas
80. Crime and PunishmentDostoevsky
81. Das KapitalKarl Marx
82. Dr.Jekyll and Mr.HydeStevenson
83. Don QuixoteCervantes
84. Dr.ZhivagoBoris Pasternak
85. For whom the Bell TollsErnest Hemingway
86. Forsyte SagaJohn Galsworthy
87. Gathering StormWinston Churchill
88. Geet GovindJaya Dev
89. GoraR.N. Tagore
90. Avigyan SakuntalamKalidas
91. A Dangerous placeD.P. Moynihan
92. David CopperfieldCharles Dickens
93. GeetanjaliRabindra Nath Tagore
94. Gulliver’s TravelsJonathan Swift
95. Le Contract SocialJean Jacques Rousseau
96. One Day in the Life of Ivan DenisovitchAlexander Solzhenitsyn
97. The Merchant of veniceWilliam shakespeare
98. The Moon and Six penseSomerset Maughan
99. Pilgrim’s Progress from this world to that which is to comeJohn Bunyan
100. Origin of speciesCharles Darwin
101. The Vicar of WakefieldOliver Goldsmith
102. The Decline and Fall of the Roman EmpireEdward Gibbon
103. The Lady of the Last MinstrelSir Walter Scott
104. Time MachineH.G. Wells
105. ShakuntalaKalidas
106. RaghuvamsaKalidas
107. HamletShakespeare
108. Harsha CharitBana Bhatt
109. Hunchback of Notre DameVictor Hugo
110. IlliadHomer
111. Invisible ManH.G.Wells
112. IvanhoeWalter Scott
113. KadambariBana Bhatt
114. King LearShakespeare
115. Kumar SambhavKalidas
116. Last Days of PompeiiBulwar Lytton
117. Les MiserableVictor Hugo
118. MahabharataVyas
119. MeghdutKalidas
120. OdysseyHomer
121. Oliver TwistCharles Dickens
122. OthelloShakespeare
123. PanchatantraVishnu Sharma
124. Pickwick PapersCharles Dickens
125. PlagueAlbert Camus
126. The Post OfficeR.N.Tagore
127. PrincipiaIssac Newton
128. RamayanaValmiki
129. Robinson CrusoeDaniel Defoe
130. Shah NamaFirdausi
131. Three MusketeersAlexander Dumas
132. The TempestShakespeare
133. Tom SawyerMark Twain
134. UlyssesJames Joyce
135. Uncle Tom’s CabinMrs.Harriet Stowe
136. Waste LandT.S.Eliot
137. Nineteen Eighty-fourGeorge Orwell
138. Sunny DaysSunil Gavaskar
139. Arabian NightsSir Richard Burton
140. Silas MarnerGeorge Eliot
141. Bachelor of ArtsR.K.Narayan
142. China PassageJohn Kenneth Galbraith
143. A Voice For FreedomNayantara Saigal
144. A Woman’s LifeGuy de Maupassaut
145. Age of ReasonJean Paul Sartre
146. Asian DramaGunnar Myrdal
147. The BubbleMulk Raj Anand
148. The CastleFranz Kalka
149. ChandalikaRabindra Nath Tagore
150. The ClassErich Byron
151. The ClownHeinrich Boll
152. Comedy of ErrorsWilliam Shakespeare
153. Communist ManifestoKarl Marx
154. ConfessionsJean Jacques Rousseau
155. The Court DancerRabindra Nath Tagore
156. Death of a CityAmrita Pritam
157. Decline and Fall of the RomanEdward Gibbon Empire
158. Essays of GitaSir Aurobindo Ghosh
159. French RevolutionThomas Carlyle
160. GanadevataTara Shankar Bandopadhyaya
161. Glimpses of World HistoryJawaharlal Nehru
162. The GodfatherMario Puzo
163. Grammar of PoliticsHarold T.Laski
164. Hungry StonesRabindra Nath Tagore
165. Jurassik ParkMichael Crichton
166. Richard NixonLeaders
167. Mahatma GandhiRomain Rolland
168. The MastersC.P.Shaw
169. My TruthIndira Gandhi
170. Old Man and the SeaEarnest Hemingway
171. The Other Side of MidnightSindye Sheldon
172. Sons and LoversD.H.Lawrence
173. Treasure IslandR.L.Stevenson
174. Valley of DollsJacqueline Susann
175. Wealth of NationsAdam Smith
176. GanadebotaTarashankar Bandopadhyay
177. Gathering StromChurchil
178. GaurdbahoBakpatiraj
179. Ghulam GiriJyotiba Phule
180. Global Crisis Recession and Uneven RecoveryY.B. Reddy
181. Great Indian and Their Landmark SpeechesManohar and Sarita Prabhakar
182. GuideR. K. Narayanan
183. Half a lifeV. S. Naipaul
184. Hero of NymphAurobindo Ghosh
185. Hind SwarajM. K. Gandhi
186. Hindu View of LifeS. Radhakrishnan
187. HistoricaHerodotus
188. I follow the MahatmaK. M. Munshi
189. I Van HoWalter Scot
190. Ignited Minds – Unleashing the power within IndiaDR. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
191. In an Antique LandAmitabh Ghosh
192. India 2020 – A Vision for the New MillenniumDR. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
193. India DividedRajendra Prashad
194. India for A Billion ReasonsAmit Dasgupta
195. India Wins FreedomAbdul Kalam Azad
196. Indian EpigraphyD. C. Sircar
197. Indian VillageS. C. Dube
198. Indian war and IndependenceD. V. Savarkar
199. IndicaMegasthenis
200. Infinite JestDavid Foster Wallace
201. Inheritance of LossKiran Desai
202. JalsagharTarashankar Bandopadhyay
203. Jhara PalakJibanananda Das
204. Jinnah- India, Partition, IndependenceJaswant Singh
205. Jungle BookR. Kippling
206. Kanterbary TellsGeofray Chosar
207. KidnappedStevenson
208. Kubla KhanColeridge
209. Lalit BiharAshwa Ghosh
210. Life DivineAurobindo Ghosh
211. MahabhashyaPatanjali
212. Man and SupermanG. B. Shaw
213. Midnight ChildrenSalman Rushdi
214. MitaksharaVijnaneswara
215. Modernization of Indian TraditionYogendra Singh
216. MotherMaxim Gorkay
217. Mother IndiaKatharin Mayo
218. Murder in CathedralElliot
219. My Country My LifeLal Krishna Advani
220. My Experiments With TruthM. K. Gandhi
221. My Indian YearsLord Hardinge II
222. My JourneyDR. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
223. Myth of IndependenceZulfikar Ali Bhutto
224. Neel DarpanDinbandhu Mitra
225. Netaji Dead or AliveSamar Guha
226. New IndiaAnnie Besant
227. One Night at the Call CentreChetan Bhagat
228. Padma Nadir MajhiManik Bandopadhyay
229. PakhtoonKhan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
230. Palli SamajSarat Chandra Chattopadhyay
231. Paradise LostJohn Milton
232. ParineetaSarat Chandra Chattopadhyay
233. Pather PanchaliBibhuti Bhushan Bandopadhaye
234. Poverty & Un-British Rule in IndiaDadabhai Naoroji
235. Pratham PratisrutiAshapurna Devi
236. Precepts of JesusRam Mohan Roy
237. Pride and PrejudiceJane Austen
238. Principles of SociologyHerbert Spencer
239. Prison DiaryJay Prakash Narayan
240. Problems of the EastLord Curzon
241. Putul Nacher ItikathaManik Bandopadhyay
242. Races and Cultures of IndiaD. N. Majumdar
243. RajtaranginiKalhan
244. RamcharitS. K. Nandi
245. RashmirathiRamdhari Singh Dinkar
246. River of SmokeAmitav Ghosh
247. SaketMathili Saran Gupta
248. Satyarth PrakashSwami Dayanand
249. Shadow LineAmitabh Ghosh
250. Shadow of LadakhB. Bhattacharia
251. Shape of Things To ComeH. G. Wells
252. SitaramBankim Chandra Chattopadhaye
253. Social Structure of ValuesRadha Kamal Mukherjee
254. Straight from the HeartKapil Dev
255. SubarnalataAshapurna Devi
256. Tahakak – E – HindAlbiruni
257. TalismanWalter Scott
258. The Algebra of Infinite JusticeArundhati Roy
259. The Bandit QueenMala Sen
260. The City of JoyDhominic Lapier
261. The Discovery of IndiaJawahar Lal Nehru
262. The God of Small ThingsArundhuti Roy
263. The Harry Potter SeriesJ. K. Rowling
264. The Indian StruggleSubash Chandra Bose
265. The Indian War of IndependenceV. D. Savarkar
266. The Inheritance of LossKiran Desai
267. The JudgementKuldip Nayar
268. The Masque of AfricaV. S. Naipaul
269. The Miracle of Democracy: India’s Amazing JourneyMr. T. S. Krishnamurthy
270. The Nadars of Tamil NaduD. N. Dhanagre
271. The Nehrus; Motilal and JawaharlalB. R. Nanda
272. The PrinceMaciavaly
273. The Rediscovery of IndiaMeghnad Desai
274. The Satanic VerseSalman Rushdi
275. The Science of Bharat NatyamSaroja Vaidyanathan
276. The Sense of an EndingJulian Barnes
277. The Silent CryKenjaburo Ue
278. The Spirit of IslamSyyed Amir Ali
279. The Village By the SeaAnita Desai
280. The White TigerAravind Adiga
281. Theory of RelativityEinstein
282. Three MarketiarsAlexander Doma
283. To all fighters of freedom, Why Socialism?J. P. Narayan
284. Truth, Love and A Little MaliceKhushwant Singh
285. Two Leaves and a BudMulkraj Anand
286. Two LivesVikram Seth
287. Unhappy IndiaLala Lajpat Rai
288. UrbashiR. D. Dinkar
289. UtopiaThomas Moor
290. Vision of the PastMichel Madhusudan Dutta
291. Volga Se GangaRahul Sankritayan
292. War and PeaceTolstoy
293. What Congress and Gandhi have done to the untouchablesB. R. Ambedkar
294. Wings of FireDR. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
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