In love with enchanting words, surreal images, aesthetics and good wine. I’m a serial entrepreneur, a new mum and filmmaker.
I treasure every day and even the smallest things mean much to me, like redecorating my living room or writing a poem that I’d never publish but keep for myself. All great achievements.
And many more.
Marie-Laure in All the Light We Cannot See.
Jorge Luis Borges
Dosteovsky’s Crime and Punishment, Somerset Maugham’s Of Human Bondage, Virginia Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway, Thackery’s Vanity Fair and Arundathi Roy’s God of Small Things.
Joan Didion’s Slouching Towards Bethlehem
Dekalog (Polish), Run Lola Run (German), Being John Malkovich (English), Oasis (Korean) and The Great Beauty (Italian)
I can write anywhere, under a tree, on a plane or in my bedroom.
Silence, there’s beauty in it.
Not really, with every piece, it’s different.
The fragrance of old books.
Believe in your own work.
Sindhu Rajasekaran is a twenty-three-year-old engineer-turned-writer and a Bharatnatyam dancer. This is her first novel.
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