deFacto Book Reading

deFacto Book Reading

Tuesday, April 16th at 6:00 pm

The Inaugural Issue of deFacto; the Definitive Women’s Directory is being launched at the Oxford Bookstore, at Leela Galleria, Leela Palace in Bangalore. Ms. Pushpanjali Reddy, the publisher and editor, will address the readers and the audience, sharing insightful details about the book and take in questions from readers. This will be followed by a brief book signing and press interaction session.

At the Event

Ms. Rohini Reddy (Executive Director SARRA), Ms. Soumya Aravind Sitaraman (Author), Ms. Manasi Prasad (Musician), Dr. R. Poornima (Editor – Udaya Vani) and various distinguished women will attend the launch. The concept and primer of the book was launched on 8th March 2010 in commemoration of the Women’s day at the Leela galleria and was a successful well received event.

About deFacto

Like most great ideas, this book has a simple thought – the concept that this book is based on – “It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness”. And that is precisely what Ms. Pushpanjali Reddy has set out to do. She will tell you of her plight in finding a woman surgeon when required to undergo a simple procedure. Women are everywhere in the professional and corporate world and yet as most will tell, they are mighty difficult to find when you set out to actually finding one. So does this book make women more accessible? No. Does it claim to catalog mail order brides? Most certainly not! It is the sentiment behind the book; that of service to women by women themselves and a celebration of womanhood.

Pushpanjali Reddy

Pushpanjali Reddy shares the empowering effect of the women profiled in the book and believes the true value of the book will be realized if it too has that same empowering effect on its readers. An architect by profession and also an industrialist and builder she exemplifies the spirit of entrepreneurship.

For Media Enquiries & Interview requests, please mail us at info@defactoindia.com or call +91 99020 56500

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