‘I just love to see a girl go out and grab the world by the lapels’– Maya Angelou
We have begun women’s day celebration at Juggernaut & here’s a shout-out to our most loved women authors. Wishing everyone a Happy Women’s Day cause well, one can never be early to celebrate women right?!
1. Valentine’s Day- Debeshi Gooptu
Aditya’s parents didn’t approve of his friendship with Manjari. Would the teenager let them put an end to things or was he going to take a stand?
2. The 12 commandments of being a woman- Tahira Kashyap
In this funny, wise and outrageously frank book, Tahira Kashyap Khurrana talks of lying in school about getting her periods, falling in love at eighteen with her future husband, her obsession with having a triple D bra cup, going on the world’s craziest diets and accidentally getting pregnant because of a Chinese meal. And in doing so, she touches every woman’s secret heart.
3. Indira: India’s most powerful Prime Minister – Sagarika Ghose
This spellbinding biographical portrait of Indira Gandhi excavates both the iron lady and the flesh-and-blood woman. Sagarika Ghose looks for answers to lingering questions: from Indira’s religious politics to Sanjay Gandhi’s strange grip over her. This is the only book you need to read on Indira
4. The 12 week fitness project – Rujuta Diwekar
Want to get fit but don’t know how to start? Let India’s #1 nutritionist and health advocate Rujuta Diwekar help you. In this groundbreaking book, based on the ‘12-week fitness project’, one of the world’s largest and most successful public health projects, she will guide you step by step, giving you one simple guideline to follow each week. By the end of three months you will find you have lost inches and have better sleep and energy levels, lesser acidity, bloating and sweet cravings, and reduced PMS and period pain.
5. The Sickle- Anita Agnihotri
Anita Agnihotri has published over thirty books, and her literary oeuvre spans poetry, novels, short stories, writing for children and critiques of development. In her new book she takes the reader through the lives of farmers, migrant labourers and activists in Marathwada and western Maharashtra, Agnihotri illuminates a series of intersecting and overlapping crises: female foeticide, sexual assault, the violence of caste, feudal labour relations, farmers’ suicides and climate change in all its manifestations.
6. Money with Monika Mutual Fund Guide for Beginners- Monika Halan
Monika Halan, Consulting Editor of Mint and author of Let’s Talk Money, answers all your queries on personal finance and investment matters through a series of her books.