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WHY DO WOMEN IN INDIAN MYTHOLOGY CONTINUE TO FASCINATE US? IN CONVERSATION WITH AUTHOR TRISHA DAS

Posted: October 3, 2018

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Author Trisha Das is known for her feminist writing style. She writes mostly in the genre of Mythology. Trisha loves history and mythology and this is pretty much evident in her novels. However, Trisha Das makes it a point to present the past in a contemporary way. The plots and characters are full of twists and turns that keep the reader engaged.

Trisha is the author of Ms Draupadi Kuru: After the Pandavas, The Mahabharata Re-imagined, The Art of the Television Interview and the internationally acclaimed How to write a Documentary Script. She has written and directed over 40 documentaries in her filmmaking career. Her latest is a historical fiction called Kama’s Last Sutra. She has also won an Indian National Film Award (2005) and was UGA’s ‘International Artist of the year’ (2003).

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