Emerging Creative Trends in The White Tiger and The Immortals of Meluha

Ashok Sachdeva, Tushar Jadhav


In the terms of creativity, the word ‘novel’ means new, and whatever is new, it has
to be understood as a medium for asserting one's freedom. Aravind Adiga’s The White
Tiger and Amish Tripathi’s The Immortals of Meluha show the growth and development
of the novel and the changing perspectives with regard to new creative trends and
techniques and me can identify and analyze the thematic and stylistic features which
are integral to an understanding of various trends as it develops in the novels. These
two novels are selected which seem to be path-breakers, which established their own
routes and which can rightly be called as trailblazers. Adiga and Tripathi are born in
India, write about India but have settled abroad which is a limiting factor and decides
the scope of the present research area.



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