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Historical fiction becomes richer when it resonates in the present too. Does The Queen's Last Salute by Moupia Basu deliver in those terms?
An impassioned Manikarnika movie review by Surbhi Rastogi that speaks of how she much she loved the movie, recommending this as a must watch.
"I wrote The Queen of Jasmine Country in six weeks," says Sharanya Manivannan, "unlike the five years, nine years, a dozen years that I labour over a manuscript."
Putting someone on a national postal stamp is a matter of great honour, and there are several Indian women on postal stamps, from historical to contemporary women.
From the widow of an ordinary official to the empress of a great empire, Nur Jahan was exactly that - the extraordinary woman who was the light of the world she ruled over.
Saraswathi Rajamani joined Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's Indian National Army at 16, as a spy, and has lived a sensational life that seems like fiction now. She passed away in January this year.
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