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 Quit! What Now? Is A Funny Look At An Indian Woman Quitting Work For The ‘Wrong’ Reasons
I Quit! Now What?

I Quit! Now What? by Zarreen Khan is a humorous story of a woman who takes a sabbatical not for maternity, not for higher studies, but just like that. Here is an intriguing extract from the book.

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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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KS Narendran Lost His Wife To The Malaysia Airlines Disaster. Life After MH370 Is His Personal Account
Life After MH370

KS Narendran lost his wife in the MH370 disaster. Here is an extract from Life After MH370: Journeying Through a Void, a riveting personal account of how it affected him and his family.

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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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