Literature and history and closely related. Literature may Present history without any exaggeration. The prejudices of the novelists, however, prompt them to change the events of history to some extent according to the convenience. Deviation from actual history loses the authenticity of those literary pieces that treat history. The modern Ideal writers writing in English richly present the historical incidents and events in their works. It is difficult for a writer now, to escape the major historical events. The partitions of the country and its after math attracted the attention of Indian writers. There has emerged a host of writers concentrating on history. Amount the writers of this genre, three important names figure prominently. These writers survey vigorously the important events in the history of India. I n this book an attempt has been make to examine comprehensively and carefully, the account of the historical events furnished by three novelists khushwant Singh, Manohar Malgonkar, and Chaman Nahal in their selected works.