What Are Some Short Stories Written by Mulk Raj Anand?

Some of Mulk Raj Anand's short stories include "Persian Painting" (1930), "Curries and other Indian Dishes" (1932), "The Hindu View of Art" (1933) and "The Indian Theatre" (1950). He was a prolific writer who used his writings to make a social statement.

Anand was highly educated and received his PhD from Cambridge University in 1929. His literary career began after a personal family tragedy; his aunt committed suicide after being excommunicated by her family for sharing a meal with a Muslim woman. His work portrayed a realistic and sympathetic view of the poor in India, and he wrote these stories in English. As a result, he is considered the founder of the English-language Indian novel.