The Write Circle, Prabha Khaitan Foundation at Kochi
Kiran Manral | Indian Writer
by Kiran Manral
5M ago
“An insightful session with the author and imaginative Kiran Manral and Preeti Gill, Ehsaas Woman of Amritsar was held at Kochi for The Write Circle initiative. Welcome and Thank you address was given by Nazia Yusuf Izuddin, Ehsaas Woman of Kochi. The author was felicitated by Michael Dominic, MD, CGH Earth Experience Hotels.” The event was in association with @cghearth @davidhallartgallery_cghearth @kiranmanral @preetiatmajhahouse @naziaizuddin #thewritecircle @prabhakhaitan #ehsaaswomen #kochi ..read more
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All Those Who Wander-reviewed by Brinda S. Narayan
Kiran Manral | Indian Writer
by Kiran Manral
10M ago
The Seductive Perils of Time Travel Monday, August 14, 2023 In earlier eras, those who crossed oceans to ‘discover’ new continents or forge trade linkages were exalted as adventurers and risk-takers. It takes, however, a different kind of courage to journey into one’s own consciousness, to exhume the past and imagine the future, till the present assumes the surreal fleetingness of a dream. For a few who do this with a scalpel-like acuity and never-say-die persistence, they might as the scriptures promise, cross over: transcend the mundane tugs of time and space, encountering and re-encounterin ..read more
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Book Review: All Those Who Wander by Kiran Manral
Kiran Manral | Indian Writer
by Kiran Manral
1y ago
https://kavyajanani.wordpress.com/2023/03/12/book-review-all-those-who-wander-by-kiran-manral ..read more
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“A captivating tale of yesterday, today and everything in between.” All Those Who Wander reviewed in Kitaab.org
Kiran Manral | Indian Writer
by Kiran Manral
1y ago
“Manral’s writing at times sounds like a silent whisper that escapes one’s lips while on the threshold of anger and irritation. While at places it sounds like a loud guffaw, laughing at our quirks and eccentricities, looking at the world that is both shocked and bemused. All Those Who Wander is the story of Ana who is at a different age each time we meet her in the book. The whole novel is a discovery of who really is Ana. The story is pacy akin to a whodunnit. Conversely, it is a drama cum coming-of-age novel. By the end of the novel, you have befriended Ana who held your hand at the start of ..read more
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The Week: ‘All Those Who Wander’ review: Time travel and horror make a gripping tale
Kiran Manral | Indian Writer
by Kiran Manral
1y ago
This book carries Kiran Manral’s trademark enthrallment By Jairam N. Menon Updated: March 03, 2023 14:51 IST “A story,” said Jean-Luc Godard, “should have a beginning, a middle and an end, but not necessarily in that order.” Author Kiran Manral follows that bit of advice to the hilt. Her ‘All Those Who Wander’ is awash with beginnings, middles and ends, so entwined they could be a plate of noodles. It is not ‘once upon a time’ any more. It’s ‘once upon many times’ and all of them together. The book’s protagonist is sometimes Anna, sometimes Nayana, sometimes neither and sometimes Sue aka Suka ..read more
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What is ‘All Those Who Wander’ about?
Kiran Manral | Indian Writer
by Kiran Manral
1y ago
Here’s what kind folks have said about it on Amazon: “One of the first books of this genre that I have read. And loved it!! I am now a little wary of looking into the mirror, not sure if I am going to get sucked in into a different life stage. But wouldn’t that be fun?” “Time & space travel. Losing & finding yourself, bit by bit. A strange story, riveting right from the beginning up to the end. Recommend. Both for the story & the brilliant language.” Tempted? I’d always recommend hitting the bookstores to find it first before online sites. I have signed copies at WH Smith at T3 in ..read more
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Krishnajamol K et al / Eeriness of Human Psyche as represented in Kiran Manral’s Missing, Presumed Dead(2018).eISSN1303-5150 www.neuroquantology.com Eeriness of Human Psyche as represented inKiran Manral’s Missing, PresumedDead(2018)
Kiran Manral | Indian Writer
by Kiran Manral
1y ago
Eeriness of Human Psyche as represented in KiranManral’s Missing, Presumed Dead(2018). “I have found both freedom and safety in my madness; the freedom of loneliness and the safety from being understood, for those who understand us enslave something in us.”(34), says Kahlil Gibran .The human mind is a source of mystery for psychologists, psychiatrists, writers, and all those who deal with its structure and functioning. Since the human mind is a set of faculties like memory, thought, will, imagination and sensation, it plays a significant role in controlling human behaviour. Even though it is t ..read more
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Power Women Speaker Lounge
Kiran Manral | Indian Writer
by Kiran Manral
1y ago
Delighted to be part of the Power Women Speaker Lounge, an initiative of the Power Women group.  This is an online repository of expert women leaders from diverse sectors & functions. For any speaking engagements you would like to invite me to, please connect with them here. I will be directing all enquiries to them. https://powerwomenspeakers.in/ #WomenSpeakers #womenleaders #diversity #experts  https://lnkd.in/dw88geRF ..read more
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Goa, Bangalore, Gurgaon
Kiran Manral | Indian Writer
by Kiran Manral
2y ago
If you’re in these places, would love to meet you. May 14th and 15th, I’m so looking forward to the Goa edition of the Kumaon Literary Festival, Goa edition at Panjim. Do register here: kumaonliteraryfestival.org/registration On May 20th, I’m honoured to be part of the inaugural edition of the Alliance Literary Festival in Bangalore. Do register here. https://www.alliance.edu.in/admlp/alliance-literary-festival/pay/ https://www.allianceliteraryfestival.com/speakers.php June 2nd, I’m delighted to be back at Quill and Canvas, Gurgaon, where I had my first ever book event for The Reluctant Detec ..read more
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#Rising30 Airport signings
Kiran Manral | Indian Writer
by Kiran Manral
2y ago
Signed copies of Rising at WH Smith and Relay at T3 departures, Delhi airport. Delighted to see it at 6 on the airport edition charts, and at 44 on the non fiction charts at WH Smith. If you’re passing through, do pick one up ..read more
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