"A Passage to India" is a novel by E. M. Forster, published in 1924. The novel is set in the British Raj in India and tells the story of the relationship between an Englishwoman, Mrs. Moore, and an Indian Muslim, Dr. Aziz.
The novel explores themes of colonialism, race, and cultural differences, as well as the complexities of human relationships. As Mrs. Moore and Dr. Aziz become friends and try to understand each other's cultures, they also encounter misunderstandings and conflicts that reveal the deep cultural divides that exist between them.
"A Passage to India" is a classic work of modernist literature that is known for its exploration of these themes and its portrayal of India and the British Raj. It has received widespread critical acclaim and is considered an important work of English literature.