These are some noticeable works where Hindu Mythology is used in books written by foreign authors.
This horror-mythology novel is set in Calcutta, amidst the cult of warrior goddess Kali.
This title refers to our beloved Ganges, and the novel centres around it as well. The story goes as follows – India is approaching her centenary and ten people from different walks of live are soon to be united.
This is a set of seven fantasy tales which explore the folklore of India.
This wonderful fantasy follows Maya, whose horoscope foretells a disastrous marriage.
Reversing colonialism, Wilson sets his fantasy-historical fiction story in an England ruled by the Indian empire of Rajthana.
This book isn’t heavily influenced by Hindu mythology as some others on this list are. However, the portrayal is so accurate and wonderful that we had to put in on our list.
Set in an alternate world kingdom called Dharia, this novel follows Aniri who sneaks out of the palace to meet her lover.