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#womenwhoinspire: Bachendri Pal | First Indian Women to Reach the Summit of Mount Everest

#womenwhoinspire: Bachendri Pal is an Indian mountaineer, who in 1984 became the first Indian woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest.She is awarded...

#WomenWhoInspire Sushmita Sen The Unstoppable Spirit of Love

Grit and wit is what she is a mystical fusion of. Born as the eldest in the family, Sushmita Sen took life as it...

IPS Chhaya Sharma: The Woman who put Nirbhaya Convicts Behind Bars

IPS Chhaya Sharma is the Indian Police Officer who nabbed the accused in the 2012 Nirbhaya gang rape and murder case. Holding the record...

#Womenwhoinspire: Sarojini Naidu- An Eminent Freedom Fighter and Prolific Poetess

Fondly known as the Nightingale of India, Sarojini Naidu, is one of the most remembered multifaceted personalities of contemporary India. Her lyrical poems have...

Roshni Nadar Malhotra: Incredible Story Of Becoming India’s Richest Woman

Drifting apart from the norm is often challenging but doing that can sometimes be the most rewarding process ever. Roshni Nadar Malhotra is the...

#Womenwhoinspire: Helen Keller: Do Not be Defined By Your Disability: World Hearing Day

  March 3rd, is the World Hearing Day. This year's theme, "Don't let hearing loss limit you",  was spectacularly realized by the brilliant Helen Keller...

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A fresh Outlook on Life and Literature: Subversions by Shashi Deshpande

Join us in conversation with Nancy Ellen Batty and Dieter Riemenschneider on book “Subversions” by Shashi Deshpande.  Nancy Ellen Batty is a Canadian researcher who...

The Acrobat | Nandana Dev Sen

Feminism, poetry, language and love with Nandana Dev Sen. We will also discuss the translation of Acrobat

Avishi: Warrrior Queen in the Rig Veda | Queen Vishpala...

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: The Early Beginnings of Indian Feminism | Feminist Icon

Ismat Chughtai (1915 - 1991) was one of the few female writers who gained visibility early on during the British Rule in India. She...

The Top 10 Women Executive Coaches| Life Coaches | Corporate Trainers

When we say "coach" some people envision corny motivational speakers, a frigid conference room. However, business and life coaching may be the single most...

Top 10 Young Women Business Leaders

The word "entrepreneur" was linked to men and it was considered their domain only.  Now, the time has changed, to commence a business and...

Shashi Deshpande: Crafting female characters that reject cultural roles

Capturing the inner turmoil of women trapped in societal roles, Shashi Deshpande has redefined the role of women in society and literature.

Kiran Desai: Weaving narratives of despair and dislocation

Kiran Desai: Writer and Novelist. She was born in India in 1971 and grew up in India before moving to England at the age...

Arundhati Roy: Writing for Activism

Arundhati Roy: Writer and Activist. She dedicated herself to social causes and wrote her opinion about the political and social state, not only of...

Janice Pariat: Writing stories that shatter stereotypes

Crafting characters with empathy, Janice Pariat is shattering orthodox narratives about writings from the Northeast

Jhumpa Lahiri: Writing stories of women with objectivity and compassion

Jhumpa Lahiri: A short story writer, novelist, and translator. Lahiri was born in London to Bengali parents. She moved to Rhode Island as a young...

Anita Desai: Giving voice to women confined by domesticity and isolation

Anita Desai:   Novelist, short-story writer and children's author. She was born in 1937 in Mussoorie and graduated from Delhi University. She lives in the...

Phenomenal Woman – Kamala Harris | Biography | Chidanand Rajghatta

Let's Learn who is Kamala Harris, why she is a phenomenal woman and  what this means for the US and what this means for India.

Kamala Harris Top 9 Quotes

Kamala Harris is one of the most admired women in the world.  She broke the glass ceiling when she became the first women Vice...

Jayalalithaa: Woman who Inspires to Bring About a Change

Jayalalithaa was not just a talented actor, but also quite well read, witty and intelligent; and unlike many of us, she knew it.

Kamala Devi Harris: 11 Things That Shaped Her

Kamala Devi Harris - learn the 11 things that shaped this phenomenal women who is the 49th Vice President of the US.

Tishani Doshi – Writing in response to violence against women

From violence and abuse to the revulsion of ageing female bodies, Doshi is voicing the unheard tales of suffering.

India’s First Lady Doctors | Kavitha Rao

Delve Into Lady Doctors, the extraordinary stories of six women from the 1860s to the 1930s, who defied the idea that they were unfit for medicine by virtue of their gender