Novels and Writers - Previous Questions 01

>>Who is the author of the book Ministry of Utmost Happiness ?
Ans: Arundhati Rai

>>The Novel 'Anandamath' was written by
Ans: Bankim Chandra Chatterji

>>Who among the following is the author of “Prince of the folly” ?
Ans: Erasmus

>>The Autobiography of India’s first female judge, Anna Chandy :
Ans: Atmakatha

>>‘Why I am an Atheist’ ? Is the autobiography of :
Ans: Bhagat Singh

>>“The Ministry of Utmost Happiness” written by__________.
Ans: Arundhathi Roy

>>Who is the only Keralite mention in the Auto-Biography of Mahathma Gandhi ?
Ans: Barister GP Pillai

>>Who is the author of the book ‘We the People’ ?
Ans: Nani Palkhivala

>>The book “The Ministry of utmost Happiness” is written by:
Ans: Arundhati Roy

>>‘India Wins Freedom’ is the autobiography of
Ans: Abdul Kalam Azad

>>Who is the author of the book ‘You Got Magic’ ?
Ans: Neel Madhav

>>Who was the author of ‘Poverty and Un British Rule in India’ ?
Ans: Dadabhai Navaroji

>>‘Collective Choice And Social Welfare’ is a famous book written by
Ans: Amarthya Sen

>>The first book printed by Guttenberg was __________.
Ans: Bible

>>Which one of the following is written by Jyothi Rao Phule ?
Ans: Sivaji’s Life

>>Who penned the memoir ‘Advice and Dissent; My Life in Public Service’ ?
Ans: Y.V. Reddy

>>Who is the author of the book India after Gandhi ?
Ans: Ramachandra Guha

>>Author of the work ‘The Other Side of Silence’, which deals with the atrocities during the partition of India.
Ans: Urvasi Butalia

>>“Father of Indian Unrest” is a book on B.G. Thilak was written by :
Ans: Valentine Shirol

>>The most prominent work on Partition is Freedom at Midnight was written by __________.
Ans: Dominigue Lapirre

>>Discovery of India was written by :
Ans: Jawaharlal Nehru

>>Who is the author of the book ‘Pakishtan : Beyond the Crisis States’?
Ans: Maleeha Lodhi

>>The Ministry of the Utmost Happiness is the novel written by
Ans: Arundathi Roy

>>Who was the authour of the book "poverty and unbritish rule in India" ?
Ans: Dadabai Noarojiee

>>The author of 'Hungry Stones'
Ans: Rabeendranath Tagore

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