The Grand Master’s list shall at all times include the al-Kitab al-Aqdas of Bahaism, the Tripitaka of Buddhism, the Analects of Confucianism, the Vedas of Hinduism, the Koran of Islam, the Tanach of Judaism, the Koji-ki of Shintoism, the Adi Granth of Sikhism, the Tao-te Ching of Taoism and the Zend Avesta of Zoroastrianism.
I don't know if I've read all or just part of - al-Kitab and Tripitaka. A couple of weeks ago I finished a list of Buddhist legendary books but I don't know if all of the parts of the Tripitaka were included. I have more Ba'hai books in my queue so I might complete al-Kitab in the next year or so.
I've read all of - Analects, Koran, Tenach (Old Testament), Tao-Te Ching, Holy Bible (Old and New Testaments)
On my reading list - Vedas, Koji-ki, Adi Granth, Zend Avesta. And any other VSL I can find in English translation.
Interesting choice for Hindu. I've read Baghavat Gita and I'm currently going through the Ramanyana. I would have expected either Gita or Upanishads rather that the Vedas.