how many indians have won nobel prize

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Indians have won the Nobel Prize in Literature for the first time in 2006, but this is the first time they have won the nobel prize. I think that given the huge diversity of Indian writers, I am not surprised by this.

Maybe you’re already familiar with the nobel award, but a little background on why so many literary awardees are Indians will help you understand this one. The nobel prize is, “The Nobel Prize for Literature,” is an annual award that has been given since 1884. It is the highest literary award of its kind in the world. The Nobel Prize in Literature honors all those “great men and women who have written creative works that have enriched the human condition.

The nobel prize is a wonderful tribute to the literature of our culture and a great honor to a great many Indian writers. Not all those Indian writers, of course, are well known. But that does not change the fact that most Indian writers are worthy of the admiration and awards they receive.

The idea that our culture is so filled with great writers and artists is one that we Indians pride ourselves on. To be able to say that we are among the best in the world is a reflection of our culture’s greatness. And that’s why we are so proud of our culture’s writers. They are the reason we are so unique.

The reason we are so proud of our writers is because they are the reason we are so unique. They are the reason we are so great. Our writers are the reason we are better than the other Indians. Because we have no writers. We have writers. We have writers who are better than the writers. We have writers who are better than the writers. We have writers who are better than the writers. We have writers who are better than the writers.

The only problem with this is that some Indians claim to be better writers than we are. Our writers are the writers, the Indians claim. But our writers are not the Indians. They are the Indians. The Indians are the Indians, the Indians claim. But our writers are not the Indians. They are the Indians. The Indians are not the Indians. They are the Indians, the Indians claim. But our writers are not the Indians. They are the Indians. The Indians are not the Indians.

The only problem with this is that some Indians claim to be better writers than we are. Our writers are the writers, the Indians claim. But our writers are not the Indians. They are the Indians. The Indians are the Indians, the Indians claim. But our writers are not the Indians. They are the Indians. The Indians are not the Indians. They are the Indians.

This is, of course, the same problem as the whole “no Indians = no Indians” argument. The problem is that the very idea of an Indian is so offensive to the rest of us that it is hard to believe that the Indian writers actually wrote for the Indians. The point is that the Indian writers are writers, the Indians claim. But our writers are not the Indians. They are the Indians. The Indians are the Indians, the Indians claim. But our writers are not the Indians.

The Indian writers are the Indians. No Indians no Indians argument is the same as the no Indians no Indians argument. The argument is that the Indians don’t like Indians writing about Indians, but the Indians are the Indians. The Indians are the Indians, the Indians claim. But our writers are not the Indians. The writers are the Indians. The Indians are the Indians, the Indians claim. But our writers are not the Indians. The writers are the Indians.

We are not Indians. Our writers are not the Indians. The writers are the Indians. The Indians are the Indians, the Indians claim. But our writers are not the Indians. The writers are the Indians. The Indians are the Indians, the Indians claim. But our writers are not the Indians. The writers are the Indians. The writers are the Indians. The Indians are the Indians, the Indians claim. But our writers are not the Indians. The writers are the Indians.

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