This Could Have Become Ramayan Chamar's Tale is a provocative and groundbreaking collection of two anti-novels by Subimal Misra. The books challenge conventional notions of storytelling and push the boundaries of what a novel can be. Through fragmented narratives, stream-of-consciousness prose, and subversive themes, Misra explores the dark underbelly of Indian society, including issues of caste, corruption, and violence. The writing is raw and unflinching, confronting readers with uncomfortable truths and unsettling imagery. This Could Have Become Ramayan Chamar's Tale is a must-read for anyone interested in innovative and daring literature.