R.K. Narayan Quiz: The most loved Indian writer

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R.K. Narayan Quiz: The most loved Indian writer

R.K. Narayan was an Indian writer who lived from 1906 to 2001. He was best known for writing about the fictional South Indian town of Malgudi. R.K. Narayan was nominated for several Nobel Prizes in Literature. R.K. Narayan was known for putting his thoughts into words sporadically via essays, some published in newspapers and journals, some not. Next Sunday (1960) was his first book, a collection of essays published as informal essays.

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When was 'The Man-Eater of Malgudi' published?
For which book did he win Sahitya Akademi Award?
What year did he write 'Malgudi Days'?
When was he elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters?
When did he receive the Padma Bhushan during the Republic Day honors?
When was he born?
What is the first novel by R.K. Narayan?
What was the name of Narayan's mentor?
What is the actual name of RK Narayan?
What is the title of his last novel?