Nandita Bose writes fiction against the backdrop of dilemmas: individual, situational, cultural or patriarchal. Her works detail Indian women’s journeys to self-awareness despite being bound by social sanction and gender inequalities. Her books are: Everglow, Shadow & Soul, If Walls could Weep, The Perfume of Promise, and Tread Softly. Dewed is a book of poems. Nandita holds a PhD in Aesthetics and has worked as an academician and a performance management consultant. Her current work profile includes being an editor and a book reviewer.
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