Book Reviews
Unbiased reviews of books by women writers in India and/or stories revolving around strong female characters.
Indira by Devapriya Roy
A Treat For Readers Across Ages, INDIRA by Devapriya Roy & Priya Kurian Is Unlike The Usual Biography

INDIRA by Devapriya Roy and Priya Kurian promises to be a treat for kids with its fresh approach to a holistic view of History that can keep them engaged.

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9 Excellent Erotic Books By Women From The Indian Subcontinent That You Could Explore
Indian erotica

Good Indian erotica is hard to come by, even though the erotic was important in ancient India. Here are some excellent erotic books you can check out.

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As Indian Women We Mustn’t Stay ‘Chup’ About Our Open Secret: Internalised Sexism #BookReview
Chup by Deepa Narayan

Deepa Narayan's extraordinary book Chup should be the springboard for Indian women to introspect and break the silence around gender inequality.

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‘Status Single’ Is So Much More Than Just A Book By, For, And About Single Women [#BookReview]
Status Single

Status Single by Sreemoyee Piu Kundu, without being preachy, showcases the need for single women to own their decisions, and live life on their own terms without fear of judgment.

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Read ‘My Story’ By Kamala Das Before Watching The Movie Aami Based On This Feminist Classic [#BookReview]

Considered ahead of its times, Kamala Das's My Story is a feminist classic. The author's quest for love and fulfilment is relatable even today.

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Soha Ali Khan Wows Us With Witty Words In Her Memoir: The Perils Of Being Moderately Famous
Soha Ali Khan

The Perils Of Being Moderately Famous is an aptly named memoir by the very witty and down-to-earth Soha Ali Khan. Must read!

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