The idea could have easily floundered in execution, but the book more than lives up to its promising blurb. Das writes with great wit and imagination and the adventures of the feisty bunch will make you laugh out loud.â Hindustan Times
The book, though a lively romp, is also a commentary on how we perceive our role models in mythology. Draupadi serves as her own, and every diverse womanâs inner monologue. â India Today
A fun deviation from the serious for fans of mythology, Ms Draupadi Kuru is a refreshing take on the feisty queen.â The Telegraph
An electrifying, fast-paced narrative that truly entertains. â Hello! Magazine
Trisha Dasâ Draupadi is a defiant, courageous woman fully in control of her body and mind. â DailyO
One of the modern writers to consider who are questioning, portraying, and contributing a significant amount to the conversation about who is a strong woman and what can be construed as woman power. â Jaya Bhattacharji Rose
About the Author
Trisha Das is the author of The Mahabharata Re-imagined, The Art of the Television Interview and the internationally acclaimed How to Write a Documentary Script. She has written and directed over forty documentaries in her filmmaking career. Trisha has also won an Indian National Film Award (2005) and was UGAâs âInternational Artist of the yearâ (2003). Her films have been broadcast on the Discovery Channel, the STAR Network, NDTV, Doordarshan, and screened in Indian and international film festivals, university campuses and conferences all over the world. She lives in Singapore on the outside and on another planet on the inside.