Arshia works with Sanskrit epics and the story telling traditions of the Indian sub-continent. Her translation of the ‘Valmiki Ramayana’ has stayed in print continuously for more than 25 years. Her recent publications include ‘Uttara: The Book of Answers’ and for children, ‘Garuda and the Serpents’. Her version of the Mahabharata for young readers will be published in 2020 as will ‘Treta: When Dharma stands on Three Legs’, a collection of essays on dharma in the Ramayana. Arshia teaches classical Indian literatures at various institutions around the country and abroad. She also runs an international writers’ residency programme.
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