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SHE: Draupadi and The Every Woman

Image source: mahabharata.wikia.com

I am a phenomenal woman.

I’ve let you drown in the chocolate sea of my visual beauty, 

In the mystic mystery of my lips, my cleavage, my deep dark tresses.  827 more words

The Wings Of Poesy

Durga: The Third Eye

Short Story

Shefali was looking, right, left, center, her distraught eyes scanning the zigzag contours of the silhouetted pandemonium of the festival. The lights flashed, brutal, blinding, in the mad city maze. 3,880 more words

Literary Musings

Defiant Dreams: Tales of Everyday Divas

Hello friends, sharing with you all the birth of a very special child of me and Rhiti Bose, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Incredible Women of India… 333 more words

Literary Musings

Abhaya by Sai Swaroopa Iyer : A book review

     Abhaya is a fantasy novel set in ancient India, in the era of Mahabharatha. While retaining a minimal number of characters from the epic, it introduces the reader to a whole new set of (fictional) people. 1,325 more words


In Conversation with Saiswaroopa Iyer, Author of Abhaya.

An IITian and a former analyst with a Venture Capital firm, Saiswaroopa Iyer’s interests include Startups, Economics, Carnatic Music, Philosophy, Politics, History and Literature of India. 1,705 more words


#My Favourite Book: The Shadow Lines

Books are one of my best friends. There are books of all shapes and languages that I love to read. A favourite book is like a treasured friend that entertains, inspires, guides and touches our innermost core in a way that few things do.  735 more words

Brutal by Uday Satpathy

The first book from Rashmi Bansal’s publishing house Bloody Good Book, Brutal by Uday Satpathy, is a gripping thriller. India’s first crowd-sourced novel, Brutal has a fast-paced story that weaves around multiple homicides, dangerous experiments, plotting of industrial war and men who have crossed all human boundaries to pursue their ambitions. 270 more words

Contemporary Fiction