Nidhi Arora

Nidhi was born and raised in India, spent a decade in Singapore, now calls London home, but far prefers to inhabit the world of fiction. Her work has been featured in journals and anthologies including Muse India, Out of Print, Pluto, QLRS, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal and Popshot. She has also written two books for children. More at

Voice of Nidhi Arora

If ‘Raksha’ Must Come Into Rakshabandhan, Let’s Vow To Protect Each Other From Inequality!

I find the underlying premise of the ritual deeply troubling. A festival that represents a sister’s love for her brother is great, but the brother’s vow to protect her? Not so much.

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