Cold, sunless first day at the Jaipur Litfest, lit up by Gloria’s session with Ruchira Gupta

Times of India

The weather might have been dull but Gloria Steinem stood out in her bright red shawl and pitch black trouser-top ensemble. Tall and slim, the fiery Gloria of the 60s and 70s is now calmer but as vocal and outspoken as ever before in upholding human rights. And she says she loves to be here in India, and it shows. “I got homesick for India when I saw an Indian cab driver in Manhattan light up a beedi,” she says, smiling. “I have a very close relationship with India, a permanent one”. Continue Reading.