It is going to be an erudite Friday at The Incredible Women Of India, as Koral Dasgupta, Kiran Manral and Mona Verma engage in a lively chat with Anupama Jain. There cannot be a better time to remind you of how awesome they are with their craft! Here is a short review of their most … Continue reading About our Panelists and the pen!
In 2016, British feminist advocate Caroline Criado Perez was on her morning jog when she noticed that there were no statues of women in Parliament Square, Westminster. She then launched a campaign demanding for them. This led the London Mayor to commission Gillian Wearing to create a statue of a suffragist, Millicent Fawcett. Fawcett became … Continue reading Invisible Women – A Review
“You should write about your first day in the US,” someone told me once. This person was someone who had Indian origins but had lived here and worked here for over thirty years. They had a Green Card, and a faraway look in their eyes, as they said, “I wish we could remember those days … Continue reading In From An-Other Land, Tanushree Ghosh Bears Witness To A Diversity of Truths
The Wildings and The Hundred Names of Darkness: A Two-Part Book Review by Mira Saraf [How a Two-Part Series about a Bunch of Cats Won This Reader’s Heart] Every so often, you come across a book so out of the box that you’re not quite sure what to make of it. The Wildings, by Nilanjana … Continue reading Book Review: The Wildings and The Hundred Names of Darkness
What are the fears and challenges when you travel solo? Popular travel blogger Shivya Nath, who has been traveling solo from the age of 23, shares her journey and experiences in her book The Shooting Star. Piyusha Vir reviews The Shooting Star by Shivya Nath for IWI. When I first heard of Shivya Nath as … Continue reading Book Review: The Shooting Star