Posts Tagged ‘Kiran Manral’

From the kings of the past to the celebrities of today, India has a rich history of everlasting real life love stories. Some are well known and some have been lost or forgotten in the sands of time. In her books, Kiran Manral brings to you some of India’s most intriguing true love stories. Salim and Anarkali The tragic...

Kiran Manral has published several novels. She is on the planning board of the Kumaon Literary Festival, Chair of the Women Unlimited Series of the Taj Colloquium, a mentor with Sheroes, Qween and Back 2 The Front, and is an advisor on the Board of Literature Studio, Delhi. Check out her True Love stories here. It...

We asked authors to name us the one book by a woman-author that has shaped their thinking. We got some brilliant responses!

Kiran Manral writes about the heartbreaking true story of Kadambari Devi, who committed suicide four months after Tagore got married.

Roses are red, violets are blue, don't worry, everyone (including writers) screws up Valentine's too.

This week's #HowWritersWrite features Kiran Manral, who uses only Calibri, keeps a bare desk, and writes every day.

Kiran Manral, author of the short story Switcheroo, chooses her favourite books of the year: Own It: Leadership Lessons from Women Who Do Aparna Jain This is a book that needed to be written, and a book that needs to be read. Distilling the experiences of the over 200 women she spoke with for her research for this...

From a superb novel about Kabul to a heartrending story of love, here are Nishant Kaushik's favourite books of 2016

What happens when your son begins to turn into a raging teenager full of hormones? Author Kiran Manral found out!