Ira Trivedi: Indian author, columnist, and yoga teacher renowned for her work on women's issues and gender in India.

Ira Trivedi first book, "Diary of a Could-Have-Been Beauty Queen," was inspired by her time trying as Miss India. MBA from Columbia; Wellesley graduate in economics.

The fiction book "India in Love" by Ira Trivedi explores how love, marriage, and sexuality have changed in India via in-depth research and interviews.

Ira Trivedi sheds light on Indian women's taboos and challenges. Her works include "Gumrah" and "Om the Yoga Dog" for young readers.

Ira Trivedi, founder of Namami Yoga, promotes yoga and wellness through her non-profit. She also created the Ira Yoga Wellness app for resources.

Ira Trivedi, renowned speaker, advocates for gender, women's empowerment, and youth. Recognized with awards like the Devi Award for innovation.

Ira Trivedi, honored as one of BBC's 100 influential women, explores film industry alongside her literary and yoga endeavors.

Author Ira Trivedi and producer Madhu Mantena tie the knot in a Mumbai wedding, celebrating their union with love and joy.

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