A forty five minute power packed workshop cum discussion at the Da Milano store with experts to talk about wearing…
Words aren’t merely words on a page, they get performed, they go onto the screen, they bring about change. In…
“Whether you’re married or in a complicated relationship, the one constant relation we have is with food,” says Shivani Mohan at the Women Writers Fest 2019, Hyderabad Chapter.
“Don’t blame your health on your genes because that’s a very old school thought. Science of genes has changed. It says that you can change your gene expression. You can be the master of your biology.” – Dr Mickey Mehta.
Women Writers Fest Lucknow 2019, by SheThePeople.TV is a day-long festival that puts the spotlight on authors, writers, bloggers, and…
While women professionals are expected to fit into the gaps of male “intellect” dominated spaces of public discourse in literature, essentially women-centric discussions draw together the best that women offer to the world of words, writes Nandita Bose.
Authors Aruna Nambiar, Devi Yeshodharan, Sajita Nair and Rachna Singh sit down with moderator Nandita Bose to discuss the ‘Feminist’ Perspective in Fiction and Non-Fiction.
“When I eventually began writing everything within me, for all those years, came out through my writing,” reveals eminent author Shashi Deshpande at Bengaluru edition of Women Writers Fest.
Kubbra Sait says she appreciates Vidya Balan as an actor and is deeply enamoured by the fact that she took up a flawed character like Silk in the movie Dirty Picture.
Bengaluru showered loved and a packed house for the third edition of Women Writers’ Fest in the city.
Sadiqa Peerbhoy, Lakshmi Sankar, Vasanthi Hariprakash, Kirtana Kumar and Usha KR speak to Vani Mahesh on Bengaluru’s changing culture.
To have a discourse on women writing women characters at the Women Writer’s Fest in Bengaluru, authors Preeti Shenoy, Shinie Antony and Andaleeb Wajid sit down with SheThePeople.TV Ideas Editor Kiran Manral.