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...
Join us in conversation with Pamela Gale-Malhotra on her book "From the Heart of Nature." Pamela is an Author, Co-founder, and Trustee at SAI Sanctuary Trust. She was...
The Book Avishi is a mythological fiction based on Queen Vishpala, the one with an iron leg and Vedic India's progress in science.
Meghna Pant is a multiple award-winning author, feminist, speaker, journalist and columnist. She is known as one of India’s best writers. Her latest book...
Have you ever wondered about the story of Ramayana from the perspective of a woman character? The story has iconic women characters who do not get their due. But some Indian authors are challenging the patriarchal narrative of Ramayana and giving a voice to the women of Ramayana.
Why is education on Consent absent in India? Read about Top Books by Women about Consent. Indian women writers, feminists and activists have written these books. They expose a culture that normalises rape and help us understand consent.
What We Talk About When We Talk about Rape, written by Sohaila Abdulali, is an honest and hopeful examination of sexual assault and the discourse around it. She writes about rape culture and makes the reader question how we are raising young adults. This shifts the onus of the prevention of sexual assault onto men. She writes from the perspective of a survivor, writer, counsellor, and activist. Abdulali talks about affirmative consent. She emphasizes the need to respect your sexual partner. She also points to the lack of healthy sex education in India.
Indian Feminists have fought to secure the rights and freedoms of women for decades. Let's learn about them and who they are!
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni has mastered many forms of writing- poetry, mythological retellings, essays and stories. Her fiction explores history and magical realism with a strong undercurrent of feminism.
Ami Ganatra’sbook Mahabharata Unravelled: Lesser-Known Facets of a Well-Known History takes us through questions that still tend to mystify us
Let's Learn about Fantastic Creatures in Indian Mythology.