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.
From Another Land
A Story From Another Land In The Time Of Visa Problems

From An-Other Land dives deep into the stories of NRI lives in the US, with immigration issues faced in modern-day US.

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4 Alpha Girls Who’re Trailblazers From Silicon Valley, And An Inspiration For All Career Woman
Alpha Girls review

Written brilliantly by the New York Times bestselling author Julian Guthrie, Alpha Girls is a compelling read for everyone, and a must-read for Indian women interested in a career.

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Here’s An Interesting Idea – What If Sita Hadn’t Married Ram? What Do You Think?

With Bhumika: a story of Sita, Aditya Iyengar presents an alternative history of Sita's life, offering food for thought about the nature of happiness, the question of choice, and the importance of finding solace in the past.

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The Radical Idea That An Indian Woman Could Happily Be Single By Choice

Marriage seems to be a given in Indian society, but here's a radical thought - could singlehood be an alternative way to be happily-ever-after; be single by choice?

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A Love Story Set In The Capital During The Emergency – This Promises To Be An Intriguing One!
Once Upon a Curfew

Srishti Chaudhary's Once Upon a Curfew promises a twist in the tale that is the stuff of Bollywood movies - does this deliver?

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10 Must-Read True Stories Of Women Unwilling To Bend To Their Circumstances

Priya Somaiya has almost 3 decades of social work behind her, and this can be seen in this anthology of true stories she has written.

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