SHE by Dr Sarika Jain – Review

SHE is the debut work by author Dr Sarika Jain. I got to read and review this book the past week. And here I am sharing the review and my thoughts about this book which I won’t shy away from calling wonderful and a must-read outrightly! The full title of the book is SHE: A message for those who belittle girls and the book cover shows something different – SHE stands for acronym – Stop Hurting Me Every Day. Both,

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Not Without My Daughter

How does it feel like being in an Islamic Nation? How would you react if you happen to witness a Muslim husband physically abusing his wife in the public? Wait, before you make any hasty decision, Islamic Nations allow men to have full authority over their wife and daughter. (Betty Mahmoody’s Not Without My Daughter suggests the same) Not Without My Daughter by Betty Mahmoody is a 1987 novel which runs to 420 pages and has an entirely biographical surface.

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The Liberation of Sita

Women are conditioned for ages to belong to the world which includes their family members. They forget about themselves being individuals too. They don’t consider themselves worthy of the love which they give to others. This is, at least, the version of feminists. This time, I am looking into the book which re-tells the story of Ramayana, the great Hindu epic, through the alter ego – Sita. Much other than Sita, the book seems to speak the language of modern

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