In our blog titled “10 Best Female authors from India”, we embark on a literary journey through the works and worlds of ten remarkable women.
Acclaimed for her powerful prose and fearless exploration of social and political issues, this Indian author made a striking debut with “The God of Small Things”, which won the Booker Prize and became an international bestseller.
With a background in engineering and computer science, Sudha Murty brings a unique perspective to her stories. Her writing career is as varied as her philanthropic endeavors.
Renowned for her poignant exploration of the Indian diaspora, this Pulitzer Prize-winning author has captivated readers with her insightful portrayal of identity, displacement, and belonging.
Widely acclaimed for her vivid storytelling and magical realism, this Indian-American author has enchanted readers with her unique blend of myth and modernity.
Celebrated for her profound exploration of the human psyche, this eminent Indian author has been shortlisted for the Booker Prize three times, marking her as a significant figure in contemporary literature.
A luminary in contemporary literature, Kiran Desai, daughter of the renowned author Anita Desai, has carved a niche for herself with her unique narrative style and insightful storytelling.
Acclaimed for her insightful portrayal of the lives of Indian women, Shashi Deshpande’s narratives often focus on the inner worlds and struggles of her characters.
A literary icon who boldly explored the realms of female sexuality and marital issues, Kamala Das, also known as Madhavikutty, stands as a pioneering figure in Indian English literature.
A force to be reckoned with in contemporary Indian literature, Meena Kandasamy combines her activism with her artistry to address critical social issues.
Renowned for her intense storytelling and profound emotional depth, K.R. Meera has emerged as a significant voice in Malayalam literature.