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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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3 Best Books On Becoming Rich For Women Who Want It All!

Do you want to read books on becoming rich for women? These 3 books gives you the nitty-gritty of becoming a wealthy woman!

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When Women Speak About Their Desire To Rewrite Their Own Stories

All these stories have been selected from the prestigious monthly Muse of the Month contest, and out of 100 stories, 25 made the final cut.

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The Life & Times Of Usha Uthup, The Unconventional 80s Queen Of Indian Pop In A Saree

There was a conservative perception among Indian listeners that pop songs are just ‘hip hip hurray’ songs which make no sense. But Usha Uthup proved that pop is meaningful and powerful.

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Radhika Gupta, CEO Of Edelweiss, On How To Access The Limitless Possibilities As A Working Woman
Radhika Gupta

Radhika Gupta's memoir Limitless made me ask - how can we address the issue of the difficulty women have in breaking the glass ceiling, without addressing patriarchy and its stifling, death grip around women’s necks?

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Tagore Was A Great, ‘Progressive Man’, But Did This Extend To The Women In His Family?

7th May is the birthday of Rabindranath Tagore, the 'progressive' poet, thinker, and writer who pit India on the global literary map. How progressive were the Tagores towards their women?

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Rekha’s Story Is An Amazing Example Of A Life Lived Unapologetically
Rekha's story

What is glorious about Rekha’s story is the triumph of a woman who lives her life on her terms, in an industry that is so fiercely male dominated.

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