Best non fiction book to read for UPSC

Guyz, i am looking for a list of ebooks which we can read now during the dull phase.. please chip in with your valuable inputs
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  • india after gandhi-guha
  • Pax Indica - Shashi Tharoor
    You talk when u cease to be at peace with your mind
  • IAS kaise bane :# :#
  • You can win - Shiv eda
    You talk when u cease to be at peace with your mind
  • Emerging India by Bimal Jalan.
    Read it and thank me later.
    Geography Optional.
  • Uncertain glory, argumentative indian, justice- what's the right thing to do, rediscovering india, indianomix
  • fooled by randomness
  • edited January 7
    Polity

    1. The State of the Nation by Fali S Nariman
    2. 10 judgements that changed india by Zia mody

    History
    1. An era of darkness tharoor
    2. abraham eralys 3 books me se koi bhi padh lo (ancient sultanate mughal)
    3. Open Veins of Latin America Eduardo Galeano
    4. Land of Seven Seas + Ocean of Churn by Sanjiv Sanyal
    5. Makers of Modern Asia/India by Guha

    Socio :
    Everybody loves a good drought by P Sainath

    Eco.
    India Uninc by Prof Vaidyanathan
    Everyday economics by Satish Deodhar
    Freakonomics
    Mood bohot kharab hai kya kare
    Prelims -3 Mains-3* Interview - 0*
  • Polity

    2. 10 judgements that changed india by Zia mody

    Just finished this. Nice and light read.
  • guyz thanks for response. any ebook version of these books available
  • Pirated ebook of all books will b available , but u should buy from amazon
  • Yes can buy but not all e versions are available
  • Emerging India by Bimal Jalan.
    Read it and thank me later.

    Thanks. Koi or book which unrecommend
  • Recommend
  • 1) Ncerts(various authors)- classes 9-12th
    2) spectrums modern india- history
    3 Laxmikanths Polity
    4) Indian Economy- Ramesh singh
    An Ounce of Action Is Worth a Ton of Theory
  • Hahaha@dragonborn
    One step,One Punch,One Round At a Time.
    How you do anything is how you do everything.

    PSIR Optional. Aspiring Diplomat.
  • Any book that focuses on Indian Society ?
    One step,One Punch,One Round At a Time.
    How you do anything is how you do everything.

    PSIR Optional. Aspiring Diplomat.
  • Kira said:

    Polity

    2. 10 judgements that changed india by Zia mody

    Just finished this. Nice and light read.
    It certainly is and it'll be very useful for Paper 2
    One step,One Punch,One Round At a Time.
    How you do anything is how you do everything.

    PSIR Optional. Aspiring Diplomat.
  • Any book that focuses on Indian Society ?

    Indian Society by S. C. Dube
    You raise me up to more than I can be...
  • India by John Key

    India by Shashi Tharoor

    India by V S Naipaul

    India by M J Akbar

    India by F Max Muller

    India by Patrick French

    India by Khushwant Singh

    India by Steve McCurry

    India by Diana L Eck

    India by Prof. R Vaidyanathan

    India by Jean Dreze and Amarty Sen

    Inme se agar ek hi padhan ho to kaun sa? Sen and dreze- contradictions wala to padh lia.. baaki ka batao please
  • India Grows at Night : Gurcharan Das
    India wins Freedom: Mualana Abul Kalam azad
    Imagining India : Nandan Nilkani
    You talk when u cease to be at peace with your mind
  • race said:

    Any book that focuses on Indian Society ?

    Indian Society by S. C. Dube
    By National Book Trust ?
    One step,One Punch,One Round At a Time.
    How you do anything is how you do everything.

    PSIR Optional. Aspiring Diplomat.
  • race said:

    Any book that focuses on Indian Society ?

    Indian Society by S. C. Dube
    By National Book Trust ?
    Yes NBT. :)
    You raise me up to more than I can be...
  • The contemporary India - Neera Chandhoke
    Start Unknown. Finish Unforgettable.
  • race said:

    race said:

    Any book that focuses on Indian Society ?

    Indian Society by S. C. Dube
    By National Book Trust ?
    Yes NBT. :)
    Thanks .
    One step,One Punch,One Round At a Time.
    How you do anything is how you do everything.

    PSIR Optional. Aspiring Diplomat.
  • has anyone read "discovery of india" .. is it worth investing time? ya should i refer to some \recent book tht tooks about India and related stuff
  • Aprox Half of the book stated above I have as Hardcopy. But read Guha only
  • Royksopp said:

    The contemporary India - Neera Chandhoke

    what topics does it cover? is it better than idea of india by sunil khilani
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