That Woman You See

The stories in the collection explore the heart and mind of the new – age Indian woman, who is bold, aspirational and expressive, through nine simple yet engaging tales. The unique part of this collection is that the title of each story is based on the name of the lead (female) protagonist of the particular story and brings out her essence or true nature through the story.

To give an example, in the story ‘Sheeba,’ (which means Promise in Hebrew), the principal character, Sheeba, promises herself to not only confront her scheming male colleague at the office and beat him at his own game but also regain her own self – confidence and self - respect. Similarly, in another story, Radhika (which means the successful one), the protagonist decides to avenge her humiliation at the hands of a powerful man by hook or crook.