Books
Our books section includes reviews of books by women writers in India, and/or with notable female characters. We also interview upcoming and well-known women writers in India on their work, and on life when writing in India.

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“I Write Therefore I Am” Rwituja Gomes Mookherjee, Author Of The Month, February 2018
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Rwituja Gomes Mookherjee's writing explores the various identities of a woman while she draws experience from her own life as well those of other women.

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“Writing, For Me… A Never Ending Journey Of Self-Discovery” Kalpana Manivannan, Author Of The Month, February 2018
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Kalpana Manivannan believes that gender inequality is the main reason for misogyny. Her writing explores these facets as a parent, and as a woman in India.

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“For Me, Writing Is As Basic As Breathing”: Vijayalakshmi Harish, Author Of The Month, February 2018
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A champion for 'diverse voices' and someone who loves writing stories where 'women win', Vijayalakshmi Harish can't envision a Universe where she isn't writing!

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Happiness Ki Khoj: Rachana Gupta Explores The Mystery Of What We All Want [#BookReview]
Happiness ki Khoj

Rachana Gupta's insightful book explores what truly makes us happy, and how a Happiness ki Khoj is not as difficult as it sounds.

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The Parrots Of Desire: The Irony And Ecstasy Of 3,000 Years of Indian Erotica [#BookReview]
Parrots of Desire

Parrots of Desire brings to us valuable sources, conversations, and insights into human sexuality as it is perceived and experienced by ancient and contemporary Indians.

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Anurag Tripathi’s Dera Sacha Sauda: An Exercise In Telling The Unvarnished Truth [#BookReview]
Dera Sacha Sauda

Dera Sacha Sauda by Anurag Tripathi is an expose of how organised patriarchy and crime cartels work hand in hand for exploitation of the gullible.

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