Women that have been forgotten, marginalised or are re-imagined in Indian history or mythology.
The Book Avishi is a mythological fiction based on Queen Vishpala, the one with an iron leg and Vedic India's progress in science.
Ismat Chughtai (1915 - 1991) was one of the few female writers who gained visibility early on during the British Rule in India. She...
Power Women - Pushpa Kurup | Sita, Surpanakha, Ahalya and Sulochana ..Each have a role to play, a lesson to each and a story to tell.
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni talks about her different novels, especially her latest release ‘The Last Queen’,
Draupadi, Amba and Kunti are well settled into their modern day Kalyug. Completely out of the blue, the Pandavas brothers drop into their world.
What do we think about SITA? Do we misread her?
Lady Tata was a fierce and independent woman. From embracing her proud Parsi identity, to her stand against untouchability and child marriage, Lady Tata was a feminist icon.
A glimpse of an extraordinary woman and her remarkable story, obscured, and buried under myths and legends. The book explores Sarasvati's relationship with her Creator, Brahma, and their unusual marriage-a union of fiercely independent minds and the most non-conforming, unconventional of the Triumvirate couples.
Valmiki’s Women gives a new perspective .. whether it be Shanta, Manthara, Kaikeya .. Sita .. Meenakshi or Soorpnakha .. or Tataka