Antara has never understood her mother Tara's decisions - walking out on her marriage to follow a guru, living on the streets like a beggar, shacking up with an unknown artist, rebelling against society's expectations ... But when Tara starts losing her memory, Antara searches for a way to make peace with their shared past, a past that haunts them both.

As she relives her childhood in Pune in the eighties, the time she spent at a Catholic boarding school in the hills of Maharashtra, and her years as a young artist in Bombay, Antara comes up against her own fears and neuroses, realizing she might not be so different from Tara after all.



Girl in White Cotton is a journey into shifting memories, altering identities, and the subjective nature of truth. Tracing the fragile line between familial devotion and deception.

'it feels unfair that she can put away the past from her mind while I’m brimming with it all the time.’

After hearing a lot about this book, I had to give it a read. It is a kind of book that stays with you for a long time even you are done reading it. The writing has been done exceptionally well by @avnidoshi, it is a masterpiece! And I know for sure that is going to be one of the books that re-read a lot.

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