“Somehow, I was very clear that it had to be women’s voices. It had to be the modern history of India through the woman’s eye.” – Manreet Sodhi Someshwar
A Bangalore-based writer, who has published nineteen novels, of which three are e-books, Andaleeb Wajid has written on diverse topics like food, relationships and weddings in a Muslim context.…
Payal Kapadia’s new book ‘Maidless in Mumbai’ is a hilarious take on a maidless mom who only wants one thing: a perfect maid to live happily ever after with. We speak to her about writing for children vs adults, and how one often finds the humour in truth.
Ira Mukhoty explores what it means for women to be heroic in her new book ‘Heroines’. She chronicles the stories of 8 women, historical and mythological, and highlights how they all have a strong belief which they are willing to fight for.