About the book
We'll meet on the last Saturday of every month,whenever our schedules permit. Just the five of us.Brunch. Either at our houses or breakfast joints orour clubs. Catch up with our lives. Meditate together a bit. Telleach other feel-good stories. How does that sound?'
Just the thing for a group of forty-something women who feel their lives need a pick-me-up. But even the most straightforward plan might lead to complex consequences. Adancing diva meditates herself into a torrid love affair with the thirty-year-old son of herbest friend. A son listens to his mother's babyhood trauma of molestation. The mightyGaruda has to fly down to impart sense to some troubled teens, and TV anchor Mirashakes hands with Narad, the heavenly minstrel. Weaving through this motley crowd isAlison Jordan, an Indophile with golden hair and green eyes filled with both humour andsorrow. She tells beautiful stories, has a penchant for quality tea and is in the pursuit ofsalvation.
Join the Kitty Party Sannyasins on their quest for a happier life.
About the author
Ananya Banerjee has been a media professional for more than three decades and has been associated with Doordarshan, India's national broadcaster, as producer, director, controller of programmes, channel manager (Kashmir). She has directed biopics on astronaut Kalpana Chawla and physicist C.V. Raman and the centenary film on industrialist J.R.D. Tata. She is working on a biopic on film legend Mrinal Sen and is a media consultant, heading the social media team at Doordarshan. She is also a Commonwealth Bursary Fellow; Satyajit Ray and Mrinal Sen were her referees for a Fulbright Scholarship.