|Author||R. K. Narayan|
|Illustrator||R. K. Laxman|
|Publisher||Indian Thought Publications|
|Preceded by||The World of Nagaraj|
Grandmother's Tale is a novella by R. K. Narayan with illustrations by his brother R. K. Laxman published in 1992 by Indian Thought Publications. It was subsequently released outside India as The Grandmother's Tale by Heinemann in 1993. This book, more than any others, exhibits Narayan's experimental tendencies. The book is about Narayan's great grandmother who is forced to travel far and wide in search of her husband, as narrated to him by his grandmother.:}
- Shashi Tharoor (11 September 1994). "Comedies of Suffering". NY Times. Retrieved 30 August 2009.
- Miller, Karl (11 July 1993). "BOOK REVIEW: The Grandmother's Tale' - R K Narayan: Heinemann, 9.99 pounds". London: The Independent. Retrieved 30 August 2009.
- Narayana, Chandra K. (22 September 1993). "Grandmother's Tale". Studies in Short Fiction. ISSN 0039-3789. Archived from the original on 26 October 2012.