In this book the author tried to understand the Feminist dialogue, which had been made by Nevedita Menon in her book “Seeing like a Feminist”. Niveditamenon,a feminist writer and she is Professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. She has written number of book on Feminism and politics. In this book she had put light on the issues and challenges faced by a women?s in the country like India. The author, divides the book into six main chapters that take on most of the issues in India: Family, Body, Desire, Sexual Violence, Feminists and Women, Victims or Agents. Each chapter is an allusion to patriarchy?s, subjugation of women, power dynamics in the family and society and different role of these disadvantages on women?s lives in India, A noteworthy feature of this book by Menon, that she cites numerous cases, their explanations and narratives while explaining each concept, to provide for a contextual and in-depth background of the issues. Each chapter is pierced with examples of social realities from around the country to give us a comprehensive picture of what it truly means to be feminist and broader understanding of feminism.