Monthly Archives: November 2013

Hitching an Arranged Ride: Review

Novelist Amandeep Sandhu’s, whose latest book Roll of Honour has been short listed for The Hindu Prize 2013, reviews Hitched in The New Indian Express.   With her interviews-based non-fiction Hitched, Nandini Krishnan steps into what is perhaps India’s foremost sunshine industry: the arranged marriages.

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Time Out Delhi reviews Hitched

(Original post appeared here: http://www.timeoutdelhi.net/books/reviews/book-review-hitched-modern-woman-and-arranged-marriage) Book Review: Hitched: The Modern Woman and Arranged Marriage     An earnest study to understand the modern, well-educated women’s attitude towards arranged marriage           What would you do if your family

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Shruthi Padmanabhan’s review of Hitched

(Reproduced from here: http://shhpadywriting.blogspot.in/2013/11/in-which-book-is-reviewed.html) In which a book is reviewed   [[Uh, what? Two more followers? That's all kinds of awesome! Yay! And, welcome. And now, onto business  ]]   I'm in a book reviewing spree.   Why?   I have

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Interview with Femina

(Published in Femina, November 13, 2013 issue)   Tell us a little about yourself, your work and educational background. I grew up in Madras, as it was then called. I studied English Literature, and then worked part-time as an English

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Navigating the marriage minefield: Interview with The Ladies Finger

(A shorter version of this appeared in The Ladies Finger. This interview was done by Shruthi Padmanabhan, whose awesome blog can be found here.) Take us through the process of how you found the women to be featured in this

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