Current Generation Famous Indian Women Novelists

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Current Generation Famous Indian Women Novelists

In the field of English novels, Indian female writers have given great contributions. The genre of Indian novels is very broad from fiction to nonfiction, sci-fi, romantic fairy tale love story, real-life experience, overall the maturity of the language, and the script have drastically changed. Our Indian female writers with their creative powers are not limited to writing only romantic love stories; they are masters in writing serious issues on the women without taking the fake liberty of feminism. 

Current generation Indian female novelists are not only taking the head to head with this male-dominated society but also they are leaving behind the legendary Indian female novelists. Their creative liberty not only attracts the Indian audience but it went abroad. Their work has enlightened the world of novels. It is surprising to know that India is the third-largest producer of novels after the UK and USA, in this third largest contribution Indian female novelists have a major role. We have culled out a list of top 5 current generation famous Indian Women novelists:

Preeti Shenoy

Preeti Shenoy

She has been constantly listed by Forbes India for the top 100 influential celebrities. With so many awards in her name no doubt she is the number one current-generation famous Indian female novelist. The writing career of Preeti Shenoy is very long and influential, with her first writing “34 Bubblegums and Candies” the world has seen her potential and there is no look back for her. She has now become India’s highest-selling author with so many titles that are very awesome to read. It is not surprising to know that Preeti Shenoy is among the top 5 highest selling authors and leading Indian women writers today.

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Her writing passion starts at the age of 7 at the time when kids love to play with the toys, Preeti wrote her first book. Her professional career started in the year 2006. Her first book was a huge success which was later re-published with a new cover and addition of some more interesting stories. Her second title “Life Is What You Make It” is dealing with bipolar disorder, a topic that was not anticipated and talked about at that time and had seen some rejection but after publication it topped the chart.

Nikita Singh

Nikita Singh

Bihar has given several best writers to the country, Nikita Singh is one of them. Her work in writing novels is impeccable that is why she is the country’s 2nd most famous current generation Indian women novelist. While studying pharmacy she had written her first novel and followed with the series of romantic novels to which in return from Huffpost called Nikita Singh “India’s Leading Romance Writer”. Currently, she is having 13 titles in the bag and we wish to see more from her. 

Savi Sharma

Savi Sharma

Author of the best selling novel, owner of a most visited motivational blog. Savi Sharma writes on meditation, spirituality, etc. She decided to self-publish her novel and surprisingly it became India’s best selling novel thus Savi became India’s first successful self-published female writer. Her novels are available in several languages and her second novel crossed 1.5 lakh copies and is still counting. Most of the time it becomes Amazon’s bestseller. 

Rosheena Zehra

Rosheena Zehra

Beauty with brains stands exactly true for Rosheena Zehra, not only she is beautiful but she has charming features. She is having several big brands in her bag like The Quint, Shorted, etc. Rosheena Zehra is a graduate from the Best university in India viz Jamia University.

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According to India’s Ministry of Education in August 2020:

Best universities in India

1. Jamia University

2. Rajiv Gandhi University (Arunachal)

3. Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)

4. Aligarh Muslim University (AMU)

It is today when we are now concerned about mental health after much media coverage of an Indian celebrity. But this mental health issue existed before that incident especially for the Indian females where most of them accept the decisions of the people who are governing their life without asking any question. Her novel “Dreamcatcher” will shed light on female mental health and also serious mental disorder schizophrenia. 

Mallika Nawal

Mallika Nawal

With her novel title “I Am A Women & I Am On Sale” is a real mirror that she is showing to our so-called civilized society. Mallika Nawal had penned down a story in which the antagonist Maya, a sharp and intelligent woman, has to face several hurdles. Praise to the writer Mallika Nawal who has introduced us to this hilariously well written boldly titled novel.

She is an advocate that practices criminal and civil law. Dr. Mallika Nawal is an awesome novelist and columnist for various national newspapers and magazines.