Top 10 Successful Short Story Writers in India

Top 10 Successful Short Story Writers in India 

1.Rabindranath Tagore: Rabindranath Tagore (conceived May 7, 1861) was the first non-European laureate to win the Nobel Prize. Best known as a writer, he was a man with an extraordinary number of abilities. He was a patriot who surrendered his knighthood to fight British approaches in provincial India after the Jallianwala Bagh slaughter. He was a painter and a musician as well. One of these uncommon gifts was short stories as well. He kept in touch with them in Bengali, English, and Hindi. He even interpreted different well known English stories in Bengali and Hindi.

His well known short stories are: Sompotti Somorpon, Kabuliwallah (The Fruitseller from Kabul), Ghare Baire (The Home and the World), Jogajog (Relationships), Nastanirh (The Broken Nest), Shesher Kobita (The Last Poem or Farewell Song), Gora, Char Oddhay, Bou Thakuranir Haat, Malancha and Chokher Bali are a portion of his fantastic works in short stories.

2. Premchand: Munshi Premchand (brought into the world on July 31, 1880), is one of the most famous names in Hindi Literature. His unique name was Dhanpat Rai. He was an author, a producer and chiefly a short story essayist. His interpretations of Hindi are as yet important. Munshi Ji was an instructor by calling yet was all the while writing in Urdu language. He additionally composed modest stories. He was exceptionally energetic and his works in Urdu delineated the states of the patriot development going on in pilgrim India. His provocative short stories were practical on one hand and piercing on the other. His short stories consistently conveyed a type of social message while one next to the other engaging the perusers. His portrayal of the situation of young ladies and ladies in the nineteenth century is beautiful and hits the perusers to make mindfulness about the status of ladies. He was later chosen as Progressive Writers' Association in Lucknow.

His renowned short stories are: Adeeb Ki Izat, Duniya ka Sabse Anmol Ratan, Bade Bhai Sahab, Beti ka Dhan, Saut, Sajjanata ka dand, Panch Parameshvar and Pariksha.

His renowned short stories are: The immortal savage stories and different stories, From Heaven Lake: Travels Through Sinkiang and Tibet, Arion and the Dolphin (for kids)

3. R. K. Narayan: Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Narayanaswami (conceived October 10, 1906) was an Indian essayist who was prestigious as a man of effortlessness. His composing was as straightforward as his life might have been. He had been assigned for Nobel prize for writing a few times. The empathetic humanism of every one of his short and modest stories. Swami was probably the best character which was even adjusted as an arrangement on Doordarshan. Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Narayanaswami won different honors and praises for his works. These incorporate, Sahitya Akademi Award for The Guide in 1958 and Padma Bhushan in 1964.

His renowned short stories are Gods, Demons and Others, The Grandmother's Tale and Selected Stories, A Horse and Two Goats and Other Stories, Malgudi Days (book), Under the Banyan Tree and Other Stories and The World of Malgudi.

4. Ruskin Bond: Ruskin Bond (conceived May 19, 1934) is an extraordinary Indian author of British plummet. He has created numerous extraordinary kids' accounts and was granted the Sahitya Akademi grant to respect his work of writing. His well-known character is Rusty who was associated with different wicked exercises since his introduction to the world.

His popular short stories are: The sensualist, The night train at Deoli, The cherry tree, The tiger in the passage, Time stops at shame, Sussana's 7 spouses, Delhi isn't far, The room in the rooftop, Death of the trees, The blue umbrella, A trip of pigeons, When haziness falls.

5. Mahadevi Verma: Mahadevi Verma (Born March 26, 1907) was in evident sense the cutting edge Meera as Mahadevi Verma was incredibly affected by Buddhism and she was profoundly stylish. Her verse is set apart by a consistent agony, the torment of detachment from her adored the preeminent being. She took Chhayavaad's age back to its position when sentimentalism was at its pinnacle. She got Jnanpith grant in the year 1982.

Her celebrated short stories and exposition are: Ateet Ke chalchitra, Kshanda, Mera Parivaar, Path ke Saathi, Sahityakaar ki Asatha, Sambhashan, Sankalpita, Shrinkhla ki kadiya, Smriti Ki Rekhayen

6. Khushwant Singh: Khushwant Singh (Born Feb 02, 1915) was an Indian writer, a legal counselor, and a columnist. He was a man of uncommon keenness and had many concealed gifts. He was an alum of St. Stephen's College, Delhi and King's College London. He was the editorial manager of many rumored papers and magazines like The Illustrated Weekly of India, The National Herald and the Hindustan Times.

His acclaimed short stories' accumulations are The Mark of Vishnu and Other Stories, The Voice of God and Other Stories, A Bride for the Sahib and Other Stories, Black Jasmine, The Collected Stories.

7. Mulk Raj Anand: Mulk Raj Anand (Born Dec 12, 1905) was the principal Indian author in English to be in the light in the global scene. He can be viewed as a pioneer in somewhat English Indian fiction and the first to portray the majority and their predicament. He featured numerous social shades of malice winning in the general public of that time. He himself was conceived in a coppersmith family yet being an eager student, he went to Cambridge for higher investigations.

His popular short stories' accumulations are: The Lost Child and Other Stories, The Barber's Trade Union and Other Stories, The Tractor and the Corn Goddess and Other Stories, Reflections on the Golden Bed, The Power of Darkness and Other Stories Lajwanti and Other Stories, Between Tears and Laughter, Selected Short Stories of Mulk Raj Anand, Tales Told by an Idiot: Selected Short Stories.

8. Jhumpa Lahiri: Jhumpa Lahiri(Born July 11, 1967) is a Pulitzer prize-winning essayist known for works of fiction like Interpreter of ailments, The Namesake, Unaccustomed Earth, and The Lowland. She is celebrated for the considering thought she spends on every single character and the entrancing passionate association with them.

Her popular short stories' accumulations are: Interpreter of ailments, the namesake

9. Vikram Seth: Vikram Seth (Born June 20, 1952) is an Indian author, artist, travel essayist best known for his epic novel 'A Suitable Boy'. For over three decades he has been composing and getting the due gratefulness from pundits. He moved on from Corpus Christi College, Oxford and did his lord's in financial matters from Stanford University, U.S.A. The epic 'The Golden Gate' distributed in 1986 made him one of the most exceptionally acclaimed writers of his time and the book won him a lot of honor from perusers just as pundits.

10. Anita Desai: Anita Desai(Born June 24, 1937) is one of the most remarkable contemporary Indian fiction scholars in English. She was destined for a Bengali dad and a German mother. She experienced childhood in Delhi, accepting her training first at Queen Mary's School and later at Miranda House, one of Delhi University's most lofty universities. At the early age of seven, she distributed her first novel, Cry, the Peacock, in 1963. Desai from that point forward distributed books, short stories, and youngsters' writing.

Her well known short stories' accumulations are: Games at Twilight and Other Stories, Diamond Dust: Stories

Other remarkable short story essayists incorporate, Jayshankar Prasad, Rohinton Mistry, Kiran Desai, Amitav Ghosh, and Arundhati Roy.

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