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Why India needs relatable role models, with Varsha Adusumilli
A scientist. A photographer. A rock climber. An artist. A neurosurgeon. An actress. And behind every success, a young woman chasing her dream. In her book, Wonder Girls, Varsha Adusumilli has collected stories that are unconventional, unusual and more than anything else, relatable. It’s these stories that she hopes will inspire countless young women from across the country, and find them their role models. In this episode, Varsha talks to author and columnist Aparna Piramal Raje about the need to find those role models and the change that it can inspire.
You can buy the book Varsha wrote here: https://amzn.to/2B9LejU
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