“Untutored Indian Faultless Famous Writers”
Spreading words, symbols, and emotions is a technique of writers through which they have become more influencing and huge personalities in their lives. A writer expresses the whole scenario while playing with words. It’s not necessarily written anywhere to be a trained writer.
The biggest fantasy of any writer is to spread emotions and link straight to a reader’s heart. Writing is not restricted to Degree; it’s quite creative and knowledgeable profession. While moving on, any writer is a soul which full of being so emotional. And with the remarkable thoughts, they have put themselves in a shelter of writing. It’s an individual who has that sparking feel in-depth of their hearts to become a successful and great skilled writer.
Some are professionals, some of the hobbies as a writer, and some are earners. So divergent reasons of being a writer, but it’s a pure stream which can just provide you a box of any language with perfectly organized phrases, poems, books, blogs, articles, and literature. So on the article a lot in the list we have some amazing Untutored and faultless writers as well. Whether these belong to any country but they are celebrated as the ‘GIANTS’.
Writers are not perfect, no seriously they are human beings and they do mistakes and what if everyone would be on the list “Untutored faultless writers.” But guess what we have some amazing gems in the house of India, where they got huge standards and set a tradition of being not the error writers without being tutored.
Let’s have those Untutored Indian Faultless Writers who made it to the list below:
1 R.K Narayan– The fame hits on when the achiever decides to make his only career in writing. Madras-born this writer was not trained but the avid reader in his childhood days. His fictional story based in and around the ‘Malgudi’ village was his life turning point, and the literature was written in such way that his names listed among the best writers.
He was the oldest among all of his brother and sister, and the reason of being entailed in frequent transfers, let him took away from his father and rest of the part of life he spent with his grandmother, Parvati.
His surroundings of friends respected and supported him of being selecting the unorthodox choice of career. From starting as a profession of the school teacher to work along with the newspapers and magazines, he quit the all jobs to continue his profession one on the only writer. He just decided to stay home and started writing. His very first novel was written by him was in 1930, “Swami and Friends” but unfortunately rejected by the publishers. His Writing style was quite manageable with the natural element of humor in it, and his style was often similar to William Faulkner.
2 Arundhati Roy- Indian diva writer Arundhati Roy born in Shillong, Meghalaya, and persuaded her studies in Architecture. Yes, you heard it right an architect just get down in the writer’s round, definitely, she wasn’t a skilled one but yes she does the job in her earlier days for the television and movies. She wrote and act in some of his screenplays.
After getting a limelight through all her works in entertainment stream, Roy began with her very first novel in 1992, the God of Small Things which she wind-up in 1996, and that novel creates an untutored writer in India. The writer success screaming at her door, and she never turns back despite from this entire she is also essayist and activist. She also achieved the Booker prize fiction which listed in New York Times Notable Books of the year 1997. Currently, she lives in Delhi and a cousin of a prominent media person Prannoy Roy, the head of Indian TV Media NDTV.
3 Chetan Bhagat- An undergraduate mechanical engineer in 1995 to achieve a Degree in MBA in 1997 wasn’t his only aim, although from all this he was able to clear about 27 interviews for an investment banking company Goldman Sachs, where he visits Hong Kong and for 5 decades he worked with the company during which he wrote his novel Five Point Someone. As results, he got fired and destiny takes him back towards the Mumbai way, where he started his writing career and devotes to full time.
This Unskilled writer has currently blown up minds in the Indian Entertainment and writing world with his some of the amazing novels which have been converted into the dramedies like Kai Po Che, Half Girlfriend, 2 States. “The New York Times” cited him as “the biggest seller of English novelist in Indian history.” It seems like the hunger gets you to the food itself which a writer was craving off.
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