In search of a seamless analogy between her destiny and her life, Inanna had witnessed human life was like every other course of nature. It also concluded in death. And so, if human life had its orbit, how could it be incomprehensible?Much influenced by the accounts written by her grandfather in ‘The Arcane Sophia’, and Klaus’s life narrated to her, Inanna was finally able to see the link between her thesis on immortality and the narration. What remained unresolved though was the mystery about the
Friday-born.An absorbing account of the anonymities that entangle human beings in a dual pursuit. The pursuit of eternal love as a pre-requisite to overcome the shackles of life and death and the pursuit of comprehending the soul’s immortality.
Born in India in 1974 to Abida and Khalid Kadri, Benazir spent her childhood with her grandparents Zaibunnisa S. Syed and S Samadali. Syed, a former Member of Parliament. Benazir’s schooling took place in different parts of Maharashtra state. After graduating from Fergusson College, Pune, she proceeded to study at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, finally receiving her PhD in Public Health Policy from Pune University.After working with many organizations in the past, Benazir founded and heads SCHOOL, an organization where she champions care for the elderly through an initiative called ‘Healthy Ageing’.