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Vasudha Chandwani

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Vasudha Chandwani is a fourth year law student studying at ILS Law College, Pune. She loves reading and enquiring about new things while also finding out ways to keep the struggle against oppression alive. She considers herself an aficionado of tea and loves gardening and binging shows with female protagonists in her free time.

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Gender & The Shaping Of New Sensibilities In Malayalam Cinema

Gender & The Shaping Of New Sensibilities In Malayalam Cinema

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A few of the films in Malayalam cinema industry today are striking a strong blow against misogyny, which has otherwise been celebrated unapologetically for decades.
Book Review – Regretting Motherhood: A Study By Orna Donath

Book Review – Regretting Motherhood: A Study By Orna Donath

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Orna Donath in her controversial yet unapologetically candid book Regretting Motherhood: A Study explores a seldom talked about aspect of being a mother in a patriarchal society; regret.
20 Indian Songs That Are A Must For Your Feminist Playlist

20 Indian Songs That Are A Must For Your Feminist Playlist

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These are 20 Indian songs you need to listen to which will empower you and make you feel happy about being a woman.

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These Are The 15 Women Who Helped Draft The Indian Constitution/इन 15 महिलाओं ने भारतीय संविधान बनाने में दिया था अपना योगदान

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On this Republic Day, let us take a look at the fifteen powerful women who helped draft the Indian Constitution.
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Anaahat (2003): Niyog Pratha & Women’s Sexual Freedom In Amol Palekar’s Film

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Amol Palekar's movie Anaahat (2003), a Marathi film (Anaahat means Eternity), poses several questions about Niyog Pratha and emphasises on a woman's choice to explore her sexual freedom.