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Khushwant's oeuvre

Posted on Mar 20 2014 | IANS

Regarded as one of India's noted authors and columnists, Khushwant Singh Thursday breathed his last at the age of 99 in New Delhi. We list the books penned by the writer, who lived a momentous life.


"How the Sikhs Lost their Kingdom"

"Train to Pakistan"

"Ranjit Singh: Maharajah Of The Punjab"

"More Malicious Gossip"

"Delhi: A Novel"

"India: An Introduction"

"Women and Men in my Life"

"The Company of Women"

"A History of the Sikhs"

"I Shall Not Hear the Nightingale"

"Truth, Love and a Little Malice: An Autobiography"

"Big Book of Malice"

"Khushwant Singh's View of India"

"The Vintage Sardar: The Very Best of Khushwant Singh"

"The End of India"

"Gods and Godmen of India"

"Paradise and Other Stories"

"Burial at Sea"

"The Illustrated History of the Sikhs"

"The Portrait of a Lady"

"The Sunset Club"

"Khushwantnama: The Lessons of my Life"

"The Good, the Bad and the Ridiculous (Co-authored with Humra Qureshi)"

Short Story Collections

"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 Portrait of a Lady"

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