Book Reviews
Unbiased reviews of books by women writers in India and/or stories revolving around strong female characters.
Scaachi Koul
Scaachi Koul’s Memoir Of Growing Up Brown In The West Has Many ROFL Moments For The Desi Reader [#BookReview]

One Day We’ll All Be Dead And None Of This Will Matter by Scaachi Koul is a funny take on a growing up brown in Canada, with all the baggage that comes along.

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Double Trouble, Double Fun Is A Rollicking Personal Story Of Parenting Twins [#BookReview]
Double Trouble, Double Fun

Double Trouble, Double Fun by Riti Prasad covers a twin mom's unique personal journey - a perspective not found in the usual books on parenting twins.

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5 Amazing, Lesser Known Indian Authors You Should Try Reading
Indian authors

Indian writing is often looked down upon, but if you dig a bit deeper, you'll find many gems. Here are 5 lesser known Indian authors you musn't miss!

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Read This Biography Of Sonal Mansingh For A Closer Look At The Life Of This Dancing Goddess
biography of Sonal Mansingh

Sujata Prasad's biography of Sonal Mansingh is a celebration of the multifaceted dancer, and can afford a peek into this otherwise reticent woman's life.

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Bijnis Woman By Tanuja Chandra Immerses You In The Unmistakable Flavour Of Uttar Pradesh [#BookReview]
Bijnis Woman

Bijnis Woman by Tanuja Chandra is a treasury of local tales told by the "mausis, buas, and chachas" of Uttar Pradesh, and reveal human beings in all their flawed glory.

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Sankhya Samhita Invokes Nostalgia Of Simpler Times With Revelations Of An Imperfect Life
Revelations of an Imperfect Life

Revelations of an Imperfect Life by Sankhya Samhita is a book that evokes memories of idyllic life, of growing up in simpler times, of roots, and of being home.

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