Namita Gokhale’s own writing is reflective of her wide ranging interests and callings. From reviving classical Indian folklore and mythology for children, to writing about the hills of Kumaon, its people and peculiarities to amusing and shocking readers with her biting satire and sexually emancipated women of the Indian metros, her body of work has spawned academic study.


Women Relationships and Rebellion: A Study of Namita Gokhale’s FictionWomen Relationships and Rebellion

by Dr GA Ghanashyam

and Manishrai L Mukta

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Women in the novels of Bapsi Sidhwa and Namita Gokhale by Ms Seema R Gidda


Major themes in the fiction of Namita Gokhale by Nidhi Pande


The new woman in Indian English fiction : a Study of Kamala Markandaya, Anita Desai, Namita Gokhale & Shobha De by Sharad Shrivastava.

A Lacaniant Study of Namita Gokhale’s The Book of Shadows by Bijano Murry and N.D.R Chandra published in the Journal of Literature, Culture and Media Studies