Women have been writing for a long time. Their voices have hitherto been silenced but there are repercussions of these throughout the history. We hear of rishikas of India, we talk about the phases of feministic movements but seldom come out with an Indianised theory about female writing to discuss whether it is gendered, typically feminine or rooted in Indian culture and ethos. To discuss this issue, I have selected two short stories and one biographical narrative. The first one is banishment by a Pakistani author JamilaHashmi, the second narrative is in the form of a sketch Lachhma by MahadeviVerma and the third one is a prose piece, an excerpt from MILA TEJ SE TEj composed by SudhaChauhan.