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As a woman, I had a sense of safety in Mumbai: Jayanti

Jun 21, 2017

Seasoned journalist Jayanti Ranganathan captures her expereince of Mumbai in a new book 'Bombay Meri Jaan'.

New Delhi: Seasoned journalist Jayanti Ranganathan capturing her expereince of Mumbai in a new book 'Bombay Meri Jaan', revealed how the city not only inspired her with it’s never-say-die spirit but it also filled her with a sense of safety, a feeling that generally eludes her in Delhi.

The book, 'Bombay Meri Jaan' written by , Jayanti  Ranganathan was launched in New Delhi on Sunday.

In 'Bombay Meri Jaan', the author has exposed her relationship with Mumbai. The author who belonged to a middle class family came to Mumbai for a birthday,when she was unaware of everything. But in a decade and a half, the writer made Mumbai her own city, her home. She established her relationship with Mumbai so deep that after coming to Delhi she continued to miss the speed, departure, professionalism and the noise for years.

Even today in her dreams, Mumbai awakens her, not only wakes her up, but calls her to itself. Even today, she has an innocent wish in her heart for Mumbai.

The author of 'Bombay Meri Jaan' is a journalist known as Jayanti Ranganathan. She studied for becoming a banker. After doing M.Com in Mumbai she got the opportunity to work in the Times of India's prestigious magazine "Dharmayuga", the writer felt that this was her passion as well as her profession. After ten years of work, she joined the Sony Entertainment Television for a few years. She came to Delhi to start the journal, 'Vanitha'. After being in 'Amar Ujala’, she is now working for, ‘Dainik Hindustan' for the last six years. In addition to the feature writer she is the editor for 'Nandan' .Apart from all this,  Jayanti Ranganathan four serials, three novels and a story collection have been published.

The book launch was followed by a panel discussion between Akanksha Pundir (life coach & trainer);  RJ Raunaq (Radio Jockey); Abhighyan Prakash (Anchor); Jayanti Rangnathan (Author) and moderated By: Aditi Maheshwari Goyal (Director, Vani Prakashan) & Chaired by the author herself.

RJ Ronak of 93.5 Red-FM-Delhi fame, is well known as Baua, and is a popular host of some of the popular radio programes.



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