Rich dad poor dad by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Letcher, the subtle art of not giving a fuck by Mark Manson, A god who hates women by Majid Rafizadeh, the Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, 'Mein Kampf' Adolf Hitler, think and grow Rich by Napoleon hill, love a little stronger by preeti Shenoy,
The boy in striped pyjamas
-1984 by George Orwell
-Looking for Alaska by John green
-A thousand splendid suns by Khaled hossieni
-train to Pakistan by khushwant singh
-the kite runner by Khaled Hossieni
You can start with harry Potter If you are a fan of Harry Potter series.
The Palace of Illusion by Chitra Banerjee is a great book as a beginner.
I would suggest you to read the Alchemist by Paul Coelho, it's a simple read but with hidden meanings, it would be easy for you to crack those. Then after that some reads are A train to Pakistan by Khushwant Singh, Malgudi days by R.K Narayan, the palace of illusions by Chitra Banerjee, these are some books by renowned Indian authors which are good to start.
THIS IS HOW IT ALWAYS IS
by Laurie Frankel
A truly contemporary family novel that follows Claude (who wants to be Poppy) and the family that does their best to support that decision in a world that doesn’t make it easy.
Woww.. thank you so much everyone for your great suggestions!!
You can read satyajit ray's work