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Aravind Adiga won the Man Booker Prize in 2008 for The White Tiger.

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Aravind Adiga won the Booker in 2008 for his book "The White Tiger" in 2008.

aravind adiga for white tiger.

The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga won the 2008 prize

Arundhati Roy won the Booker prize for her brilliant and poetic novel "The God of Small Things" in the year 1997 making her the first Indian & woman to receive the prestigious award.Kiran Desai followed her with " The Inheritance of Loss" in 2006.Aravinda Adiga received the Booker prize for "The White Tiger" in 2008 and became the first Indian male to receive the prize.

Which year?!Find a list here: - which includes the 2008 winner.The white tiger

Booker T. Washington's mother was a African slave, and his father was a white planter. So he is white and black!

Booker t Washington was invited to the white house october 16,1901

white tiger = weißer Tiger

white or the white tiger can be orange.

ARVIND ADIGA got Booker prize for the book called " White Tigers"

They aren't different the White Bengal Tiger is just white and the Bengal Tiger is orange.

A white tiger is a teritory consumer so no animal eats white tiger.

What do white tiger ears... what?

'The White Tiger' was written by Aravind Adiga and 'White tiger' was written by Rohini Chowdurry.

Well it is possible but usually they don't have it

a white tiger is white with black stripes

No. The white tiger is merely a gentic flaw of the Bengal tiger.

the white tiger is in the animal kingdom

The white tiger is not a different speicies

the white tiger hunts at night

White tiger enemies are gorillas

yes the white tiger can eat you

Golden tiger is rarer than the white tiger.Beacuse there are 200 white tiger are in the world.But there is only 30 golden tiger are in the world.So golden tiger is rare than the white tiger.

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