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What Women (Really) Want Today is a fun event in Bangalore, where we get together as a community, to talk about what we as women want, in relationship and love.
Indian women today are caught up in a period of unprecedented change. We’re creating our own destinies as never before, even as we come up against the constraints of what the world has in mind for us. The presence of a supportive community can make all the difference in how we forge ahead!
At this event, we will meet inspiring women and men, who talk of how they have navigated these changes, and what the woman of today wants (and needs) from her life. We will hear from them on the challenges of women today, at relationships, and spend some time talking on how the future looks for Indian women.
An open mic session will follow this panel discussion, where participants get the opportunity to share their own views too. In short – inspiration, sisterhood, fun and maybe some answers.
5 lucky Registered guests – who come to the event get to meet Ira for dinner on 4th February 2017!
What Women (Really) Want Today is a by-invite event, no charges apply. Simply register below to receive your invite!
4th February, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM (please note the date change).
Atta Galatta, Koramangala, Bangalore
Ira Trivedi is an Indian born Author, Columnist, and Yoga acharya.
Her works include India in Love: Marriage and Sexuality in the 21st century,What Would You Do to Save the World?, The Great Indian Love Story and There’s No Love on Wall Street . She writes both fiction and non fiction. Her non fiction and journalism focus on issues of women and gender in India.
Her new book Nikhil and Riya has recently been published with Harper Collins. You can buy a copy here.
HarperCollinsPublishers India Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of HarperCollins Worldwide. HarperCollins India has shown phenomenal growth in the past few years and publishes fiction, non-fiction and poetry by diverse writers like Kamala Das, Kunal Basu, Tarun Tejpal, Deepak Chopra and Anita Nair. It has also successfully built a list of talented first time writers. The latest release for Harper Collins is Ira Trivedi’s book Nikhil and Riya