Praise for her upcoming book

The Temple Bar Woman is a unique exhibition of dedication and mental -firmness of women about the goals set for themselves.

Babita Singh, Dy superintendant of Police (Lucknow, U.P)

In The Temple Bar Woman, Sujata Parashar tells the story of a woman called Radhika Chowdhury with candour, empathy and richness.

Dr. Patrick Allington, Lecturer in English and Creative Writing, Flinders University (Australia)

Although, a work of fiction, the story brings out a range of strong emotions of a survivor who refuses to give up; and provides hope to countless victims that they’re not alone in their struggle.

Ms. Richa Mohan, Clinical psychologist, Founder Empowering Minds

The Temple Bar Woman explores realities of this world not often spoken about through an exhilarating tale of redemption and revenge. Read this book now before it becomes the next blockbuster movie.

Tosh Greenslade, Australian Actor

Praise for her Previous Books

Sujata Parashar targets Western as well as Indian Audience.

Yuva, the magazine for young India

That Woman You See,’ is a fine tapestry of stories that define women of India.

Priyanka Sinha Jha, editor, Screen Magazine and author Super traits of Superstars

Writer turned poet, Sujata pens down prose into verses.

The Hitvada

We recommend ‘In Pursuit of a lesser offence,’ to our members/readers.

Shaadi.com, the largest matchmaking site in the world

In Pursuit of Infidelity…a topic (that was) thought to be too spicy. We decided to be bold and did come out with it in 2009.

Kapish Mehra, Publisher Rupa & Co.

An easy read which makes you ponder about love, extra marital affairs and what true intimacy is all about.

Preeti Shenoy Bestselling author and blogger

With its exciting, unconventional story, this book probes contemporary marriages in a rather compelling way.

Tuhin A Sinha, Bestselling author, Scriptwriter and Columnist

Absorbing and authentic.

Milan Vohra, India's first Mills & Boon author of ‘‘The Love Asana’ and 'Tick-Tock we’re 30

With the consummate ease of a master storyteller, Sujata Parashar brings to life nine women, each striving for a life less ordinary. That Woman You See will make you cry, smile, and fall in love with the women in your life all over again.

Siddhartha Gigoo winner of the Commonwealth Short Story Prize 2015 (Asia)