This section highlights books on India's science and technology history, and by Indian authors, who are thought leaders in the S & T arena. Please visit your favorite bookstore or check online for availability.


Homi Bhabha and the Computer Revolution, edited by R. K. Shyamsundar and M. A. Pai

Imagining India - Ideas for the New Century, by Nandan Nilekani

Prasant Chandra Mahanalobis – A Biography Paperback, by Ashok Rudra

Dreaming Big - My Journey to Connect India by Sam Pitroda with David Chanoff (Author)

The Life and Times of C.V. Raman, by Tejan Kumar Basu

Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis: A Biography

50 Years Of Green Revolution: An Anthology Of Research Papers (M.S. Swaminathan: The Quest For A World Without Hunger)

My Journey: Transforming Dreams into Action, by Abdul Kalam

The Man Who Knew Infinity: A Life of the Genius of Ramanujan, by Robert Kanigal

The IT Revolution in India, F.C. Kohli: Selected Speeches and Writings, by F. C. Kohli

Azim Premji: A Biography

Years of Pilgrimage: An Autobiography, by Raja Ramanna

I Too Had a Dream, by Verghese Kurien

Climbing the Limitless Ladder in Chemistry, by C. N. R. Rao

A Better India, by N. R. Narayana Murthy

Space Technology for Sustainable Development, by U. R. Rao

Vikram Sarabhai: A Life, by Amrita Shah

Innovation by India for India, the Need and the Challenge, by V. Ramaswami